Regulation On The Master Exam In Parts Iii And Iv In The Craft And Craft-Like Crafts

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Meisterprüfung in den Teilen III und IV im Handwerk und in handwerksähnlichen Gewerben

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Decree on the Master Examination in Parts III and IV in the Craft and Craft trades (General Master Examination Regulation-AMVO)

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Date of delivery: 26.10.2011

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" General Master Examination Ordinance of 26. October 2011 (BGBl. I p. 2149) "

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Based on the § 45 (1) and 51a (2) of the Craft Regulations, the most recent of which is Article 3 of the Act of 11. July 2011 (BGBl. 1341), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is ordering: href="index.html#BJNR214900011BJNE000200000"> unofficial table of contents

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The master review consists of four self-employed test parts. This Regulation regulates the commercial, commercial and legal examination (Part III) as well as the vocational and occupational pedagogical examination (Part IV) in the master examination in the craft sector and in craft-like trades. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Objective, outline, and content of part III

(1) The test in Part III has the test item in the number referred to in paragraph 2 1 to 3 of these fields of activity to prove his professional competence by analysing and evaluating business, commercial and legal problems as a farmer, holder of business or manager, and Show and document solution paths, taking into account current developments.(2) At least one complex case-related task is to be edited in each of the following fields of action.
1.
The competitiveness of the company has been proven by the examinee to prove that he is in business, commercial and legal conditions for competitiveness of a company and professional development potential in the craft sector, as well as the need for decision-making needs. The task is to associate more than one of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (f):
a)
Analytic Enterprise Targets and Into A Corporate Target System,
b)
The Important Of The
c)
Analyze the situation of a company in the market, and create a company culture and the corporate image for the performance and competitiveness of the company.
d)
Information from the accounting system, in particular from the balance sheet and profit and loss account, for the analysis of strengths and weaknesses of an accounting system. Enterprise use
e)
Use internal and external accounting information to prepare for decision-making
f)
Legislation, in particular commercial and craft law, as well as commercial and competition law in the analysis of corporate objectives and concepts applying;
2.
Preparing, conducting, and evaluating green and failover activities

The audit team has to prove that it is capable of To prepare, carry out and evaluate tasks in the context of setting up and taking over a company, taking into account personal, legal and business conditions and objectives, as well as their importance for a company The company concept must be justified. The task is to associate more than one of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (j):
a)
Significance of personal prerequisites for the success of professional independence reasons,
b)
Economic, social and cultural importance of the craft as well as the benefits of memberships in the craftwork organizations, and assess,
c)
Possibilities to use consulting services as well as support and support services when setting up and taking over a company, and assess,
d)
Decisions on location, size, staffing requirements, and organization and equipment of a company, and reasons,
e)
Developing and evaluating marketing concept for market launch,
f)
Investment Plan and Create and justify a financing concept; create a profitability preview and perform liquidity planning;
g)
derive legal form from a corporate concept and
h)
legislation, in particular civil law and corporate and tax law, in connection with the establishment or acquisition of
i)
Reasons for the need for private risk and retirement provision, showing opportunities,
j)
The importance of personal aspects as well as the business and legal components of a company's concept in the context and Reasons;
3.
Developing business management strategies

The audit team has to prove that it is capable of taking into account company-related strengths and weaknesses, as well as market-related opportunities and risks, to lead a company, to identify operational growth potential and to develop corporate strategies. The task is to associate more than one of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (k):
a)
assessing the importance of setup and process organization for the development of a company; making adjustments,
b)
Developments in product and service innovation as well as market conditions, including in the international context, and from this, growth strategies
c)
justifying the use of marketing tools for sales and procurement of products and services,
d)
derive changes in capital requirements from investment, financial and liquidity planning; represent alternatives to raising capital,
e)
Developing and evaluating human resource planning, recruitment and qualification concepts and tools for personnel management and development,
f)
Terms of labor and social security law take into account in developing a corporate strategy,
g)
Opportunities and risks of intercompany collaborations,
h)
Development Controlling, Use tracking, enforcement and modification of business goals,
i)
Visualisation and use tools
j)
The need to plan a succession of companies, also taking into account the law of succession and family law as well as tax law provisions,
k)
The need to initiate insolvency proceedings on the basis of company data; insolvency-legal consequences for the Show the continuing or liquidation of a company.
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§ 3 Examination period and existence of the part III

(1) The examination in Part III shall be carried out in writing and shall take two hours in each field of action.(2) The overall assessment of Part III shall be made up of the arithmetic mean of the individual evaluations of the fields of action in accordance with § 2 (2).(3) Where at most two of the areas of action referred to in Article 2 (2) have been reached at least 30 and less than 50 points, an oral supplementary examination may be carried out in one of these fields of action if they are to pass on the existence of the Part III of the Master examination made possible.(4) A minimum requirement for the existence of Part III of the Master Examination is a sufficient overall examination performance. The Part III validation is not passed if
1.
has a field of action rated less than 30 points or
2.
after the additional review has been performed, two fields of action have been evaluated with fewer than 50 points each.
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§ 4 Objective, outline and content of Part IV

(1) The examination in Part IV shows that the examinee has to prove his or her professional and occupational pedagogical knowledge and is that it has the skills required for the proper training of apprentices (apprentices) to plan, carry out and control vocational training in an independent way.(2) The examination in Part IV shall consist of a written part and a practical part.(3) In the written part of the examination, case-related tasks are to be processed in each of the following fields of action:
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Check the training requirements and plan your training

The examiner has to prove that he is able to provide training conditions on the basis of the company, to assess and evaluate occupational and legal provisions and to plan the training, also taking into account extra-occupational training periods. The task is to associate more than one of the qualifications listed under (a) to (g):
a)
Benefits and Benefits of Operational Training, and justify,
b)
Operational Plan training needs on the basis of legal, tariff-contractual and operational framework conditions and prepare and make decisions for this purpose,
c)
The structures of the VET system and its interfaces are,
d)
Training occupations for the Select the operation and justify selection,
e)
Check the suitability of the company for the training in the desired training occupations, in particular taking into account Training in association, in-company and out-of-business training,
f)
Review possibilities for the use of vocational training preparatory measures; and assess,
g)
intra-company task distribution for training, taking into account the functions and qualifications of those involved in training coordinating;
2.
Preparing for training and setting up trainees

The audit has to prove that it is capable of To carry out the tasks of the training preparation, to set the selection criteria for settings and to carry out recruitment procedures, also taking into account operational work and business processes as well as legal aspects. The task is to associate more than one of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (f):
a)
On the basis of a training order, create an operational training plan that is particularly suitable for working and business processes typical of the profession
b)
Possibilities of participation and participation of the company's stakeholders in vocational education and training (VET), and reasons,
c)
Identify and coordinate cooperation requirements with cooperation partners, in particular the vocational school,
d)
Applying criteria and procedures for selecting apprentices also taking into account their differences,
e)
Preparing for and completing the vocational training contract and registering with the competent authority,
f)
Check out ways to perform parts of vocational training abroad;
3.
Perform training

The examinee has to prove that he is able to plan and control learning processes in a way that is easy to use and to learn independent learning . In this context, the vocational and business processes as well as the possible application and learning requirements of the trainees must be taken into account. The task is to associate more than one of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (j):
a)
Creating learning conditions and motivating learning culture, giving back and receiving feedback,
b)
Organizing, shaping and evaluating sampling time,
c)
from the company's training plan and the Develop and design professional work and business processes in-company learning and work tasks,
d)
Training methods and media target-group-oriented select
e)
Support apprentices in learning difficulties through individual training and learning guidance,
f)
additional training opportunities for apprentices, , in particular, to examine and propose additional qualifications; to consider ways of shortening the duration of training and early admission to completion or journeymen's examination,
g)
Promoting social and personal development of trainees; identifying problems and conflicts in good time and acting on solutions;
h)
Developing learning and working in a team,
i)
Discover and evaluate the performance of trainees, Evaluate performance assessments of third parties and test results, conduct assessment interviews, draw conclusions for the further course of training,
j)
intercultural Promoting skills in operation
4.
Complete the training

The examiner has to prove that he is able to complete the training to successfully conclude and to identify prospects for further learning and qualification paths. The task is to associate more than one of the qualifications listed under (a) to (d):
a)
Preparing for completion or journeyman examination in consideration of the exam dates and leading the training to a successful completion,
b)
To register the trainees for exams at the competent authority, and to point them out for performance-related particularities,
c)
Create written certificates based on performance assessments,
d)
apprentices over (
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practical part of the examination consists of
1.
a presentation or a practical implementation of a training situation and
2.
a Expert discussion.
For the presentation or the practical implementation, the examinee will select a vocational training situation. The selection and design of the training situation will be explained in the expert discussion. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Examination period and existence of Part IV

(1) The written part of the examination takes three hours. The practical part of the test shall take a maximum of 30 minutes, with the presentation or the practical implementation of a training situation not to exceed 15 minutes.(2) The evaluation of the written part of the examination shall be made up of the arithmetic mean of the individual evaluations of the fields of action to be weighted. The written and practical part of the examination shall be equally weighted in the overall assessment.(3) If at most two of the fields of action referred to in Article 4 (3) have been reached at least 30 and less than 50 points, an oral supplementary examination may be carried out in one of these fields of action if the following are the existence of the written examination of Part IV of the Master's examination.(4) The prerequisite for the existence of Part IV of the Master Examination is the evaluation of the written and practical part of the examination, each with at least 50 points. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 General examination and procedural regulations, further regulations for master examination

(1) The rules of the Ordinance of the Master Examination Procedure of 17. December 2001 (BGBl. 4154) in the current version remain unaffected.(2) The examination in Parts I and II of the Master Examination shall be determined in accordance with the legal regulations issued for the individual trades of Annexes A and B to the Craft Regulations or in accordance with the provisions of Section 119 (5) and § 122 of the Craft Regulations. the rules to be applied. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Transitional rules

(1) The up to the 31. The audit procedures started in December 2011 will be completed in accordance with the previous rules. If the application is to be registered for the examination up to the end of the 31. At the request of the test item, the previous provisions shall apply at the request of the test item.(2) Test specimens, which shall be tested in accordance with the requirements of 31. Until 31 December 2011, the Commission has failed to comply with the provisions of this Directive. In December 2014, a repeat examination can be carried out at the request of the German-language version. December 2011. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Entry into force, expiry

This regulation occurs on the 1. January 2012 will be in force. At the same time, the Regulation on common requirements in the master test in the craft sector and in craft-related trades of 18. July 2000 (BGBl. 1078), which was last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 10 June 2008. December 2009 (BGBl. 3858), has been amended.