Regulation Concerning Vocational Training To The Changing Cutter / To The Tailor

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Änderungsschneider/zur Änderungsschneiderin

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Regulation on vocational training for change cutters/modifier

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date of release: 09.05.2005

Full quote:

" Regulation on the Vocational training for change cutters/cutters in 9. May 2005 (BGBl. I p. 1292) "

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 8.2005 + + +)

The V was defined as Article 1 of the V v. 9.5.2005 I 1292 of the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs and Labour, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research. It occurs gem. Art. 4 of this V in force on 1 August 2005.
This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of § 4 of the Vocational Training Act and § 25 of the Craft Code. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for the vocational school, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will soon be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette. Non-official table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the vocational training profession

The training occupation change cutter/change cutters becomes
1.
according to § 4 of the Vocational Training Act as well as
2.
according to § 25 of the Craft Regulations for the training for commercial number 37, change cutters, the Appendix B of the Crafts Order
state-recognized. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

The training lasts two years. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Objective of vocational training

The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in this Regulation shall be: in terms of work and business processes. They are to be conveyed in such a way that the trainees are qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (3) of the Vocational Training Act, which in particular is responsible for planning, carrying out and controlling self-employed persons , as well as the actions in the overall operational context. The qualification described in sentence 2 shall also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 8 and 9. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills, knowledge and Capabilities:
1.
Vocational Training, Work and Taric Law,
2.
Construction and organization of the training company,
3.
Safety and Health at the Work,
4.
Environment,
5.
Schedule and Prepare Work flows,
6.
Customer Berates,
7.
Maintenance of devices, machines, and Additional facilities,
8.
Small pieces and auxiliaries,
9.
Zurichten Large pieces and excipients,
10.
Running sewing work,
11.
Changing the Home Textiles,
12.
Run ironing work,
13.
Perform quality assurance Measures.
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§ 5 Training framework plan

The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in § 4 shall be based on: the guidance contained in the annex on the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training framework plan). A material and time breakdown of the content of the training which deviates from the training framework plan is particularly permissible, insofar as special operational features require the deviation. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Training plan

The trainees have a training plan for the apprentices on the basis of the training framework plan. Create a training plan. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Written evidence of formal training

The trainees have a written proof of education. They should be given the opportunity to carry out the written evidence of formal qualifications during the training period. The trainees have to check the written proof of training on a regular basis. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out in order to determine the level of training. It is to take place at the beginning of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the Annex for the first year of training and the teaching material to be provided in the course of vocational education, in accordance with the framework curriculum, to the extent that: is essential for vocational training.(3) In a total of four hours, the examinee shall carry out two work tasks which correspond to customer orders and document them using documents that are customary in the company's business. Work tasks include:
1.
Changing the length of a small piece Bumper tape,
2.
Change the width of a small piece with a zipper.
When performing the work tasks and documentation, the Testing shows that it is possible to plan work steps, to define work equipment, to take account of principles of customer orientation and aspects of safety and health protection at work, environmental protection and economic efficiency. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Journeyman Exam/Final Examination

(1) The Journeyman Exam/Auditing extends to the in the asset the skills, knowledge and skills mentioned in the course of vocational education and training, insofar as it is essential to vocational training.(2) In the practical part of the examination, the examinee shall carry out a work task corresponding to a customer order in the course of a total of seven hours, documenting the work with the usual documents as well as during this time in total. For a maximum of 15 minutes, an expert discussion can be held, which may consist of several phases of discussion. In particular, the task of the task is to:
perform modification work on one or more lined large pieces with slots and buttons, taking into account the following individual work:
Change of length, change of the length of the feed, and the change of the length of the feed. The length of the arm in front of the hand, the width of the side seams, the replacement of a pull-out zipper as well as the necessary ironing work are performed.
When carrying out the task, the documentation and the expert discussion, the examinee is to show that he is planning work processes independently and in a customer-oriented way, while respecting economic, technical and organizational requirements. and carry out and document work results, take action on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection, and identify the technical background relevant to the work task, and the procedure can be justified in the execution of the work task.(3) In the written part of the examination, the examinee shall deal with changes, order processing as well as economic and social studies in the examination areas. Tasks are considered, in particular, from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Changes:
a)
Work, excipients, and accessories, as well as material properties,
b)
sewing and ironing techniques,
c)
Performance and material-related calculations,
d)
devices, machines, and optional devices,
e)
Quality assurance;
2.
in the Work Order Handling field:
a)
Customer Consulting,
b)
Change Options,
c)
job planning,
d)
calculation and billing;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relationships of the working and working world.
(4) The written examination takes At most:
1.in the review area changes120 minutes,
2.in order processing examination area60 minutes,
3.Economic and social studies60 minutes
(5) The written part of the examination is at the request of the If the examination committee has the right to give an oral examination, the examination committee may, at the discretion of the Examining Committee, be supplemented by an oral examination in individual examination areas. When determining the results for the examination areas examined orally, the results obtained so far and the corresponding results of the oral supplementary examination in a ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Changes50 percent,
2.Review Scope Order Edition 30 percent,
3.Economic and social science exam area20 Percent.
(7) The check is passed if
1.
in the practical part of the review and
2.
in the written part of the review
at least sufficient performance has been provided. In two of the examination areas of the written part of the examination, at least sufficient benefits must be provided, in the further examination area of the written part of the examination, no insufficient benefits may have been provided. Non-tampering table of contents

Asset (to § 5)
Training Framework for Vocational Training for Change Cedder/Change Cedder

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2005, 1295-1298)
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills to be mediated, Knowledge and skills Time guidelines in weeks in the training year
1 2
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, working and collective bargaining
(§ 4 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training
2 Construction and organization of the training company
(§ 4 No. 2)
a)
Construction and tasks of the training company explain
b)
explain the basic functions of the training company such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to economic organizations, Professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
describe the basics, tasks and working methods of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training company
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 4 no. 3)
a)
detect health and safety hazards at work and take action to avoid them
b)
occupational Apply occupational safety and accident prevention regulations
c)
describe behaviour in the event of accidents and initiate initial measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; conduct in fires Describe and take action to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 4 no. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental pressures in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible Explaining the environmental impact of the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection by means of examples
b)
applying environmental protection regulations for the training establishment
c)
Possibilities of economic development and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Schedule and prepare work sequences
(§ 4 no. 5)
a)
Set work flows taking into account dates and business aspects
b)
Set up workplace ergonomically
c)
plant and excipients, as well as Select and deploy accessories and work equipment, identify material requirements
d)
differentiate, select and set up devices, machines and options
e)
Team work flows vote
f)
Order and stock change parts, tools and excipients, and
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g)
assess product information, product properties of plant and auxiliary materials take into account
h)
detect changes in large pieces, propose alternatives, taking into account model design and compliance with model fidelity
i)
Inputs of plant and auxiliary materials, as well as Check and document accessories for completeness and defects
j)
Check stocks, make reorders
4
6 Beraten Customer
(§ 4 No. 6)
a)
Identify Customer Requests
b)
Accept Change Orders, Delivery State of Reviewing and documenting change parts
c)
plugging and marking changes, in particular lengths and
5
d)
Review and accept change orders on feasibility
e)
Customers over
f)
reconcile work orders and dates
g)
accept and handle complaints and complaints, inform participants
h)
Payment transactions, in particular Cash payments, unwinding
5
7 Maintenance of devices, machines and options
(§ 4 No. 7)
a)
observe maintenance and maintenance intervals, maintain devices, machines and optional devices, check functions
b)
Devices, machines and optional devices to detect and remove
2
c)
detect failures, eliminate errors, and cause recovery
d)
ironing devices, especially steam generators, ready for use
2
8 Finishing small pieces and auxiliaries
(§ 4 No. 8)
a)
distinguish sections of changes, adjust changes to the cut
b)
mark changes, make seam type-specific separation, smooth ironing, and sign
c)
Small parts and excipients trimming
5
9 Lashing large pieces and auxiliary materials
(§ 4 No. 9)
a)
distinguish model slices
b)
create and apply cutting templates
c)
remove cuts, especially when refeeding
d)
uncover areas of large pieces, by tag Draw and
6
10 Run sewing work
(§ 4 No. 10)
a)
Needle-and multi-needle sewing machines, in particular overlock, blind-stitch or chain stitch machines, differ and handle after their use
b)
Garne and needles by type and Select thickness
c)
Change the top and bottom thread and check and regulate thread tension and stitch length
d)
Run hand stitches, in particular booklet stitches, hem and staffier stitches
e)
Small pieces close-by-side. and continue, shorten and prolong
f)
Perform repairs on small pieces, in particular in slots, cuffs, cuffs, spreads and buttonholes
g)
Open and hidden zippers in small pieces exchange
h)
ready stitching, especially hem, stitching, zigzag and capped stitching
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i)
Set processing techniques, in particular stitching and stitching
j)
Accessories, in particular buttons, bristles, hooks, and Eyelets, stitches, push buttons
k)
Open, hidden and cupable zippers on large pieces
l)
Cutting and putting together inclined strips
m)
Suspension and button loops ready
n)
Change parts with lining
o)
tighten, shorten, extend and modernize large pieces
p)
Perform repairs on large pieces, in particular in slots, Cuffs, cuffs and surcharges
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11 Change home textiles
(§ 4 No. 11)
a)
Change curtains and blankets, in particular shorten and extend
b)
Modify Begs
4
12 Run ironing work
(§ 4 No. 12)
a)
Effects of temperature, steam, time and pressure on plant and auxiliary materials Check
b)
adjust, monitor, and regulate temperature, steam, treatment duration, and pressure
c)
handle ironing devices and devices
d)
ironing and stitching
e)
work-and Ironing aids
f)
ironing and fixing inserts to change parts
g)
Checking and correcting the fixing effects and strength of
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h)
Sensitive substances, especially velvet, and ironing
i)
ironing of changes taking into account shape and
4
13 Perform quality-assurance measures
(§ 4 No. 13)
a)
distinguish objectives, tasks and meaning of quality assurance measures
b)
Intermediate checks
c)
comply with quality specifications
d)
Prepare change parts for
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e)
Perform final control, document work dates and times
f)
determine the causes of quality defects, solutions to the Set error recovery, perform corrective and preventive actions
g)
contribute to the continuous improvement of work
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