Regulation on the examination of the recognised qualification of waste water master/certified waste water master

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Prüfung zum anerkannten Abschluss Geprüfter Abwassermeister/Geprüfte Abwassermeisterin

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Regulation on the examination of the recognised qualification of waste water master/certified waste water master

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Date of completion: 23.02.2005

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" Regulation on the examination of the recognised qualification of waste water master/certified waste water master of 23 February 2005 (BGBl. 369), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 26 March 2014 (BGBl I). 274).

Status: Last amended by Art. 1 V v. 26.3.2014 I 274

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On the basis of Section 46 (2) of the Vocational Training Act of 14 August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), as last amended by Article 184 (1) of the Regulation of 25 November 2003 (BGBl). 2304), the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, after listening to the Standing Committee of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, is in agreement with the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nature Conservation and Reactor safety, the Federal Ministry of the Interior and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Labour: Unofficial table of contents

§ 1 Objective of the examination and designation of the financial statements

(1) In order to demonstrate the knowledge, skills and experience acquired through the vocational training course for the certified waste water master, the competent authority may carry out tests in accordance with § § 2 to 9 (2) The aim of the test is to prove the qualification of the certified waste water master and the certified waste water master and thus the qualification:
1.
in private and public enterprises of different sizes, as well as in various fields and fields of activity of a company, to carry out physical, organisational and managerial tasks, and
2.
to adapt flexibly to changing methods and systems, to changing structures of the organization of work and to new methods of organisational development, personnel management and development, as well as to the technical and organisational change in the company.
(3) The examination shall determine whether the qualification is in place to be able to carry out the following in the context of the following tasks of a certified waste water master/sewage master:
1.
Controlling and documenting the process sequences; detecting faults in the process sequence and initiating measures to eliminate faults; detecting hazards in the working process and initiating protective measures; planning and organizing of Operational tasks, taking into account technical, human, social, legal and economic conditions; planning and monitoring the use of equipment and equipment as well as the maintenance of machinery, equipment, piping systems and construction equipment;
2.
Monitoring and monitoring of operational and process sequences; monitoring and evaluating measurements and analytical determinates for process and quality control; collecting and evaluating data and benefits for process optimization; monitoring and documenting the Compliance with legal requirements; monitoring of costs and work performance; coordination of measures for cooperation with other operational units and third parties; taking into account and applying subject-specific legislation and the Occupational health and safety regulations;
3.
Lead the employees in the sense of the company's goals, taking into account their skills; encourage the employees to act independently and responsibly; plan the staffing needs and cooperate with the employees. Job vacancies; promoting communication between employees, with the managers and with the staff representatives; assessments of employees; promoting the willingness to innovate, the development of the development and the continuing training of employees; Responsible for training; implementation of measures to achieve the quality management objectives.
(4) The successfully completed test leads to the recognised qualification of certified waste water master/sewage master. Unofficial table of contents

§ 2 Scope of the Master Qualification and Structure of the Examination

(1) The qualification for the certified waste water master includes:
1.
Vocational and occupational pedagogical qualifications,
2.
Basic qualifications,
3.
Action-specific qualifications.
(2) The acquisition of vocational and employment pedagogical qualifications in accordance with the Trainers Suitability Regulation in accordance with the Vocational Training Act or on the basis of a different public service provision, if the proven knowledge meets the requirements in accordance with § § 2 to 4 of the German Ausbilder-Fitness-Ordinance (Ausbilder-suitability Regulation) is to be proved. The verification is to be carried out before the examination part "Action-specific qualifications". (3) The test for the certified waste water master is divided into the test parts:
1.
Basic qualifications and
2.
Action-specific qualifications.
(4) In the part of the examination referred to in paragraph 3, no. 1, it must be examined in writing in the form of application-related tasks in accordance with § 4. (5) In the examination section referred to in paragraph 3, no. 2, the examination section shall be written in writing and orally in the form of action-specific tasks in accordance with § 5 to be examined. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Admission requirements

(1) To be examined in the "Basic Qualifications" examination part, the following shall be admitted:
1.
a successful final examination of the specialist for waste water technology, followed by an at least one-year professional practice or
2.
A final examination for the supply and disposal and disposal and the electrical qualification and thereafter an at least one-year professional practice, or
3.
a successful final examination in another recognised vocational training profession and the electrotechnical qualification followed by a professional practice of at least two years ' duration, or
4.
at least three years of professional practice and the electrotechnical qualification and thereafter at least two years of professional experience.
(2) To be examined in the "Action-specific Qualifications" examination part, the following shall be admitted:
1.
the laying down of the basic qualification test part, which is not more than five years ago, and
2.
the periods of practice included in paragraph 1 (1) (1) to (4) shall be at least one additional year of professional practice.
(3) The professional practice referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall have essential references to the tasks of a certified waste water master in accordance with § 1 (3). (4) The electrical qualification referred to in paragraph 1 (2) to (4) shall comprise: the following skills and knowledge:
1.
describe basic sizes and their correlations,
2.
Recognizing the dangers of electric current at fixed and changing jobs,
3.
take and arrange for protective measures to be taken to prevent risks from electricity;
4.
describe behaviour in the event of accidents caused by electric current and initiate initial measures;
5.
Select and handle measuring instruments and work equipment,
6.
read operational schematics,
7.
Check and exchange fuses, sensors, measuring devices, lighting equipment and signal lamps,
8.
Assess operational malfunctions, replace plant components, in particular pumps and motors, and reenter the plant,
9.
Directly disconnectable electrical components outside of switch cabinets,
10.
Use and operate substitute current generators,
11.
Use, test and maintain battery systems.
(5) By way of derogation from the conditions set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 (2), it may also be admitted for examination in the test parts who, by submitting certificates or in any other way, makes credible, knowledge, skills and experience. , which justify the admission to the examination. Unofficial table of contents

§ 4 Basic qualifications

(1) In the examination section "Basic Qualifications" it is necessary to examine in the following examination areas:
1.
Legal action;
2.
Economic activities;
3.
Apply methods of information, communication and planning;
4.
Cooperation in operation;
5.
Take into account natural scientific and technical laws.
(2) In the "Legal Action" examination area, it is intended to demonstrate the ability to take into account relevant legislation in the context of application-related actions. This includes designing the working conditions of employees in labour law aspects, as well as ensuring occupational safety, health protection and environmental protection in accordance with legal principles, and the To ensure cooperation with the relevant institutions. Within this framework, the following qualification levels can be considered:
1.
Taking into account labour law provisions and regulations in the design of individual employment relationships and in the event of misconduct by employees, in particular taking into account the employment contract law, the Collective agreements law and operational agreements;
2.
Take into account the provisions of the Works Constitution Act and the Staff Representation Law;
3.
Take into account legal provisions relating to social security, remuneration and employment promotion;
4.
Take into account occupational health and safety regulations and provisions in coordination with operational and non-operational institutions;
5.
Take into account the provisions of environmental law, in particular as regards water and soil protection, the cycle and waste management, air pollution control and noise control, radiation protection and protection against hazardous substances;
6.
Take into account economic regulations and regulations as well as data protection.
(3) In the examination area "Business Management" the ability to take account of economic aspects in the context of application-related actions and to be able to establish economic relations is to be demonstrated. It is intended to represent company forms and to analyse and assess their impact on their own task perception. Furthermore, it is intended to demonstrate the ability to plan, assess and influence operational processes according to economic aspects. Within this framework, the following qualification levels can be considered:
1.
Taking into account economic principles of action, including economic interrelations and social effects;
2.
Take into account the principles of operational structure and organisation of the organisation;
3.
Take advantage of the possibilities of organisational development;
4.
Apply methods of compensation and continuous operational improvement;
5.
Carry out cost-based, cost-account and cost-support calculations as well as calculation methods.
(4) In the examination area "Applying methods of information, communication and planning" the ability to analyse, plan and make transparent projects and processes is to be demonstrated. This includes preparing data, creating technical documentation, using appropriate planning techniques, and applying appropriate presentation techniques. Within this framework, the following qualification levels can be considered:
1.
Collect, analyze and process operating, product and process data by means of computer systems and evaluating visualized data;
2.
Evaluate planning techniques and analytical methods as well as their applications;
3.
Apply presentation techniques;
4.
Create technical documentation, drafts, statistics, tables and diagrams;
5.
Apply project management methods;
6.
Select and apply information and communication forms, including the use of appropriate information and communication tools.
(5) In the examination area "Cooperation in operation", the ability to demonstrate the ability to identify relationships of social behaviour in the context of application-related actions, assess their impact on cooperation, and through appropriate measures To be able to work towards a goal-oriented and efficient cooperation. This includes promoting the willingness of employees to perform, solving operational problems and social conflicts, taking account of leadership principles and applying appropriate management techniques. Within this framework, the following qualification levels can be considered:
1.
Assess and promote the professional development of individuals in accordance with the previous career path and taking into account personal and social circumstances;
2.
Assess and take into account the influence of work organisation and workplace on social behaviour and the operating climate, as well as taking measures to improve them;
3.
Evaluate the influences of the group structure on the group behavior and the cooperation as well as develop and implement alternatives;
4.
Dealing with their own and foreign leadership, implementing guiding principles;
5.
Apply management methods and techniques, including agreements of appropriate scope for action, in order to promote the willingness of employees to perform and work together;
6.
Promote communication and cooperation through the use of methods to solve operational problems and social conflicts.
(6) In the examination area "Taking into account natural scientific and technical laws" the ability to incorporate relevant scientific and technical laws to solve technical problems should be demonstrated. and to be able to apply mathematical, physical, chemical and technical knowledge and skills to solve tasks arising from operational practice. Within this framework, the following qualification levels can be considered:
1.
Take into account the effects of natural scientific and technical laws on materials, machines and processes as well as on humans and the environment, in particular in the case of oxidation and reduction processes, thermal influences, galvanic processes Processes, mechanical movement processes, electrotechnical, hydraulic and pneumatic drive and control processes;
2.
Use different forms of energy during operation, as well as the related impacts on humans and the environment;
3.
Calculation of operational and processing parameters for loads and movements;
4.
Apply statistical methods and carry out simple statistical calculations as well as their graphical representation.
(7) The duration of the written tasks in the examination areas referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (5) shall not exceed eight hours, for each examination area referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (4) shall be at least 90 minutes, in the examination area, Paragraph 1 (5) shall be at least 60 minutes. (8) Where there are no more than two written examination achievements in the examination areas referred to in points 1 to 5 of paragraph 1, there shall be an oral examination in these areas of examination. To offer a supplementary test. In the case of one or more inaccurate written examination achievements, this possibility does not exist. As a rule, the supplementary examination should not take more than 20 minutes. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination are combined to form a note. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5 Action-specific qualifications

(1) The "Action-specific Qualifications" section of the examination comprises the "Technology", "Organization" and "Leadership and personnel" areas of action. The areas of action include the following main areas of qualification:
1.
Area of action "Technology": a)
operation,
b)
monitoring,
c)
maintenance;
2.
Organisation of action "Organisation": a)
Cost,
b)
Operational management, operational monitoring and customer orientation,
c)
occupational health, environmental and health protection,
d)
Right;
3.
Action Area "Leadership and personnel": a)
human resources management;
b)
Personnel development,
c)
Management systems.
(2) Three situation tasks, which integrate the areas of action, shall be made in accordance with paragraphs 3 to 5, taking into account the "basic qualifications". Two of the situation tasks are to be solved in writing, a situation task is the subject of the situation-related expert discussion in accordance with paragraph 6. The situation tasks are to be designed in such a way that all areas of competence of the areas of action are addressed at least once. The examination duration of the written situation tasks is at least three hours each, but not more than eight hours. (3) In the situation task from the "Technology" area of action, its focus areas are to focus on the core . In addition, the situation task is to take into account qualification content from the main focus areas of the "Organisation" and "Leadership and personnel" areas of action. In detail, the situation task may include the following skill levels from the "Technology" area of action with the main qualification points as set out in points 1 to 3:
1.
In the "Operation" qualification centre, the aim is to demonstrate the ability to plan, control and optimise the process engineering processes of wastewater technology. In addition, the ability to work together with the employees in accordance with the standards and regulations is to be demonstrated in and out of service, as well as measures to prevent and eliminate interference. of interference. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Apply physical, biological and chemical methods and processes of waste water removal and purification and sludge treatment,
b)
Control and optimize process engineering,
c)
Identify incident causes, assess faults and initiate measures to prevent and eliminate them,
d)
Plan and monitor the in-and out-of-operation of plant parts,
e)
Ensure the operation of machinery and electrical equipment, while respecting responsibilities;
2.
In the "Monitoring" qualification centre, the ability to monitor compliance with water and waste requirements and process optimisation together with the employees is to be demonstrated. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Carry out self-monitoring for the operation of the canal and wastewater treatment plant,
b)
Carry out the Indirect Director Monitoring using the Indirect Conductor Katasters,
c)
Initiate and monitor emission control procedures in the course of sewage sludge disposal and recycling, and residual disposal,
d)
Apply statistical methods and create documentation of the operational process and its monitoring;
3.
In the field of qualification "Maintenance" the ability to plan, organize and monitor the maintenance of the technical equipment and facilities together with the staff members. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Plan and initiate, monitor and document maintenance and maintenance work; evaluate and document damage events; lead damage statistics;
b)
Set up and continue inspection and maintenance plans,
c)
Monitor the maintenance of machine facilities of structures and pipelines on the basis of inspection and maintenance plans,
d)
Monitoring of electro-technical work within the scope of responsibilities.
(4) In the situation task from the "Organization" area of action, its focus areas are to form the core. In addition, the situation task is to take into account qualification content from the skill areas of the areas of action "Technology" as well as "Leadership and personnel" integratively. In detail, the situation task may include the following skill levels from the "Organization" area of action with the qualification priorities as set out in points 1 to 4:
1.
In the "Cost Management" qualification centre, the aim is to demonstrate the ability to capture and assess business-related interrelationships and cost-relevant influencing factors. The ability to identify ways of influencing the costs and to plan, organize, initiate and monitor measures for cost-conscious action. It is also intended to demonstrate the ability to use calculation methods and to be able to assess and take into account organizational and personnel measures in their importance as cost factors. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Plan, collect, analyze and evaluate costs,
b)
Monitor and maintain the budget,
c)
Impact on costs, in particular taking into account alternative approaches,
d)
Influence the cost consciousness of the employees,
e)
Apply calculation methods,
f)
Apply instruments of time management,
g)
Unwinding orders for deliveries and services;
2.
In the "Operations Management, Operational Monitoring and Customer Orientation" qualification centre, the ability to demonstrate the ability to conduct operations and operational supervision together with the employees in accordance with the standards and To master regulations and to advise customers and to promote customer satisfaction. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Participate in the design of the operational organisation,
b)
Create preparedness and contingency plans,
c)
Plan, control and optimise operations, operating facilities and material flows,
d)
Disposing of equipment, equipment, vehicles and operating equipment,
e)
Use of operating and auxiliary equipment as well as communication techniques,
f)
Carry out customer service and customer order processing measures
g)
Apply tools for planning and scheduling;
3.
In the focus of the qualification "occupational, environmental and health protection", the ability to identify the relevant laws, regulations and regulations in their importance and to ensure compliance with them is to be demonstrated. The ability to prevent, detect and analyse hazards, to initiate measures to prevent or eliminate them, and to ensure that employees and employees work, environment and behave in a health-conscious manner and act accordingly. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Assess, review and guarantee occupational safety, health and safety, health and environmental protection,
b)
Promote employee awareness of occupational safety, work, environment and health protection,
c)
Plan and carry out assignments in occupational safety, occupational health and safety, environmental protection and health protection,
d)
Monitoring the storage of and handling of substances and resources which are polluting and hazardous to the environment,
e)
Plan, propose, initiate and review measures to improve safety at work and to reduce and prevent accidents and environmental and health burdens;
4.
In the "Law" qualification centre, the trust is to be proved with the legislation relevant to the waste water technology and the ability to take it into account in the course of the activity. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Take into account the water right,
b)
Taking into account the right of recycling and waste management to be taken into account, and the federal immission protection law,
c)
Taking into account the technical standards and regulations,
d)
Take into account the municipal statutes.
(5) In the situation task from the area of action "Leadership and personnel", its focus areas are to form the core. In addition, the situation task is to take into account qualification content from the skill areas of the "Technology" and "Organisation" areas of action. In detail, the situation task may include the following skill levels from the "Leadership and personnel" area of action with the main qualification points as set out in points 1 to 3:
1.
In the "Personnel Management" qualification focus, the ability to identify the staffing requirements and to be able to ensure the personnel deployment in accordance with the operational requirements is to be demonstrated. This includes the ability to lead the employees and their employees to responsible action through the application of appropriate methods. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Identify and determine the qualitative and quantitative staffing needs, taking into account technical and organisational changes,
b)
Select and insert the employees, taking into account the operational requirements as well as their personal suitability and competence,
c)
Taking into account the legal framework conditions for the use of foreign personnel and foreign companies,
d)
Create requirement profiles, job planning, and function and job descriptions
e)
Delegate tasks and the responsibilities associated with them,
f)
Promote communication and cooperation,
g)
Apply management methods and instruments,
h)
Participation of employees in improvement processes,
i)
Setting up, moderating and controlling working groups and project groups;
2.
In the "Personnel Development" qualification programme, the ability to carry out systematic personnel development on the basis of a qualitative and quantitative personnel planning is to be demonstrated. This includes assessing human resources development potential and defining human resources development and qualification goals. Appropriate measures are to be planned, implemented, their results checked and the implementation in operation can be promoted. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Set the goals for continuous and innovation-oriented personnel development as well as the success criteria, identify the need for personnel development,
b)
Carry out potential assessments according to predetermined criteria,
c)
Arrange for and review personnel development measures for qualification,
d)
Advise, promote, assess and support employees in their professional development;
3.
In the "Management Systems" qualification focus, the ability to participate in the realization, improvement and development of management systems is to be demonstrated. The ability to achieve the goals of the management systems through the application of appropriate methods and management of the employees. Within this framework, the following qualification contents can be checked in the situation tasks:
a)
Take into account the influence of management systems on the company,
b)
Promote the awareness of the employees regarding the system goals,
c)
Apply methods to secure, improve and develop management systems,
d)
Continuous implementation of appropriate measures to achieve management objectives.
(6) In the situation-related expert discussion the ability to analyze, structure and provide a well-founded solution is to be demonstrated. This includes explaining and discussing proposed solutions by including presentation techniques. The situational expert discussion has the same structure as a written situation task. It focuses on the area of action, which is not the core of a written situation task, and integrates, in particular, the priority areas of qualification, which are not examined in writing. The expert discussion will take at least 45 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes for each examination participant or examination participant. (7) A lack of examination performance has been provided in a written situation task. This is the case in this case. Situation task to offer an oral supplementary examination. In the case of one or more inaccurate written examination achievements, this possibility does not exist. As a rule, the supplementary examination should not take more than 20 minutes. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination are combined to form a note. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Unofficial table of contents

§ 6 Invoice of other exams

The examination participant or the examination participant must, upon request, be exempted from the filing of individual test components by the competent authority if another comparable test is carried out before a public or state-approved Educational institution or before a state examination board has been successfully filed and the registration for the training examination takes place within five years after the announcement of the existence of the other examination. Unofficial table of contents

§ 7 Evaluating the parts of the test and passing the examination

(1) The examination parts "Basic qualifications" and "Action-specific qualifications" shall be assessed separately on points. (2) For the examination part "Basic qualifications", a note from the arithmetic mean of the (3) In the "Action-Specific Qualifications" section of the examination section, each written situation task and the situation-related expert discussion are each made up of the following points: (4) The test has been passed if the test is Participants in the examination section "Basic Qualifications" in all examination areas at least sufficient performance and in the examination section "Action-specific qualifications" in the written (5) On the existence of the examination, a certificate according to Appendix 1 as well as a certificate according to Appendix 2 must be issued. In the certificate according to Appendix 2, the grade achieved in the examination section "Basic Qualifications" and the points scored in the examination areas as well as those achieved in the written situation tasks and the situation-related expert discussion Record sheet music. In the case of the exemption pursuant to § 6, the place and date and the name of the Examination Body of the other consideration shall be given. Proof of the acquisition of the professional and occupational pedagogical knowledge in accordance with § 2 para. 2 shall be entered in the certificate. Unofficial table of contents

Section 8 Repeal of the examination

(1) Any unpassed part of the examination may be repeated twice. (2) Who participates in a repeat examination and within two years, calculated from the date of termination of the non-passed examination part, for the re-examination , the examination in individual examination areas, the written situation tasks and the situation-related expert discussion must be exempted if the services provided in a previous examination are submitted to the examination in a previous examination. . The application may also be aimed at repeating the examination achievements. If a passed examination performance is re-examined, the last result for the existence must be taken into account. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Transitional provision

The examination procedures initiated by the end of 31 August 2009 may be completed in accordance with the provisions of the previous rules. Unofficial table of contents

Section 10 Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 March 2005. Unofficial table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 7 (5))

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 376;
with regard to of the individual amendments. Footnote)
Pattern
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(name of the competent authority)
Certificate
on the
Validation of the recognized degree
Certified waste water master/certified waste water master
Mr/woman .....................................................................
born on .......................... in .....................................
has the following ........................... the examination for the approved conclusion
Certified waste water master/certified waste water master
According to the Regulation on the examination of the approved waste water master/certified waste water master of 23 February 2005 (BGBl. 369), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 26 March 2014 (BGBl I). 274),
passed.
This qualification is assigned to level 6 in the German and European Qualifications Framework; the same notice is published on 1 August 2013 (BAnz AT 20.11.2013 B2).
Date ..........................................
Signature (s) ...............................
(Siegel of the competent authority)
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Annex 2 (to section 7 (5))

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 377-378;
with regard to of the individual amendments. Footnote)
  
M u s t e r

...............................................................................
(name of the competent authority)

Z e u g n i s
on the
Validation of the recognized degree
Certified waste water master/certified waste water master

Mr/woman .....................................................................
born on .......................... in .....................................
has the following ........................... the examination for the approved conclusion

Certified waste water master/certified waste water master

in accordance with the Regulation on the assessment of the recognised degree of armor
Wastewater Master/Certified Waste Water Master of 23 February 2005
(BGBl. 369), as last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 26 March 2014
(BGBl. 274),
with the following results 1):

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1) The ratings are based on the following point key: ................

Note
I. Basic qualifications ..........
Examination Areas: Points
Legal action ..........
Business operations ..........
Apply methods of information
Communication and Planning ..........
Cooperation in operation ..........
Taking into account natural science
and technical regularities ..........

(In the case of § 6: " The examination participant/
The examination participant was in accordance with § 6 of the
With regard to the on .......... in ..........
before .......... filed examination of
Part of the examination .......... set free. ")

Note
II. Action-specific qualifications
Integrative written situational tasks in the
Area of action Technology ..........
Action Area Organization ..........
Action Area Leadership and personnel ..........
Situation-related expert discussion in the
Area of action .............................. ..........

(In the case of § 6: " The examination participant/
The examination participant was in accordance with § 6 of the
With regard to the on .......... in ..........
before .......... filed examination of
Part of the examination .......... set free. ")

III. Vocational and occupational pedagogical qualifications

The examination participant has the following information in accordance with § 2 (2) (2)
Proof of the acquisition of vocational and occupational pedagogic
Knowledge of the examination on .............. in ..............
before ...............

This conclusion is in the German and European Qualifications Framework
assigned to level 6; same notice as of 1 August 2013
(BAnz AT 20.11.2013 B2).

Date ..........................................
Signature (s) ...............................
(Siegel of the competent authority)