Regulation Concerning Vocational Training To The Optometrist And The Mba

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Augenoptiker und zur Augenoptikerin

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Regulation on vocational training for opticians and opticians (ophthalmological training regulation-AugenoptAusbV)

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AugenoptAusbV

Date of issue: 26.04.2011

Full quote:

" Eye optician training ordinance of 26. April 2011 (BGBl. I p. 698) "

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This regulation is a training order within the meaning of Section 25 of the Craft Code. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for vocational schools, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will shortly be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette published.

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.8.2011 + + +)

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The first sentence of Article 25 (1) of the Craft Regulations, which was last amended by Article 146 of the Regulation of 31 December 2008. October 2006 (BGBl. 2407), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is responsible for: unofficial table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the vocational training profession

The training profession of the optician and the optician will be trained in accordance with § 25 of the Craft Code for the trade number 33 of Appendix A of the Craft Regulations state. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Duration of vocational training

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

§ 3 Training framework plan, training professional image

(1) The subject of vocational training shall be at least the subject of the Training framework (Appendix) skills, knowledge and skills (professional capacity to act). An organization of the training which deviates from the training framework plan is particularly permissible, insofar as special operational features require the deviation.(2) Vocational training for opticians and opticians is broken down as follows (training professional image):

Section A

Professional skills, knowledge and skills:
1.
Edit and capture eyeglass lenses,
2.
Maintaining Tools and Machines,
3.
Modify and instate glasses,
4.
assessing eyeglass lenses, contact lenses and enlarging visual aids for optical properties and effects,
5.
Identify customer-specific visual requirements and advise customers:
5.1
Determine the need for correction,
5.2
advising customers and services offering
6.
Adjust Glasses visually and anatomically,
7.
Visual aids
8.
sell goods,
9.
Accounting and calculation
Section B

Integrative skills, knowledge, and abilities:
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Safety and health at work,
4.
Environmental protection and rational use of energy,
5.
Planning work flows; technical Communication,
6.
Apply professional regulations and standards.
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§ 4 Implementation of vocational training

(1) The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in this regulation should be taught in such a way as to ensure that the To be qualified for the exercise of a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (3) of the Vocational Training Act, which includes, in particular, independent planning, carrying out and controlling. This qualification must also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 5 to 7.(2) On the basis of the training framework plan, the trainees have to draw up a training plan for the trainees.(3) The apprentices must have a written proof of training. 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

§ 5 journeyman review

(1) The journeyman check consists of the two parts 1 and 2 that fall apart in time. By means of the journeyman's examination, it is possible to determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional capacity to act within the meaning of Section 1 (3) of the Vocational Training Act. In the journeyman's examination, the examinee is to prove that he has the skills required for this purpose, possessing the necessary professional knowledge and skills, and with the skills required in the vocational education and training course, for which he/she is responsible for the Vocational training is familiar to essential teaching materials. The training regulations should be based on. In this context, qualifications already covered by Part 1 of the Journeyman Examination should be included in Part 2 of the journeyman's examination only to the extent necessary for the identification of the professional qualification.(2) In determining the overall result, Part 1 of the journeyman's examination is weighted with 30 per cent and Part 2 of the journeyman's examination at 70 per cent. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Part 1 of the journeyman's examination

(1) Part 1 of the journeyman's examination is scheduled to take place before the end of the second year of training.(2) Part 1 of the journeyman's examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the Annex for the first three years of training, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the course of vocational education, to the extent that he/she is responsible for the Vocational training is essential.(3) Part 1 of the journeyman's examination consists of the examination area maintenance of visual aids.(4) The audit scope has the following specifications:
1.
The test object should demonstrate that it is capable
a)
select and apply different form and joining techniques,
b)
Facing parts by template
c)
To test, measure, center, manually edit spherical and toric monofocal spectacle lenses, to measure, to center, to center, to center, to center, to center, to center, to center, to center, to center, to center, and to edit to work,
d)
assess work results;
2.
are the exam area to base the following activities:
a)
The repair of a spectacle frame and
b)
Reworking a pair of glasses by hand to a metal finish;
3.
the test piece shall carry out a work task and process tasks in writing which relate to the content of the work to be carried out. The repair of a spectacle frame with 30 percent, the reworking of a pair of glasses with 40 percent and the processing of the written tasks with 30 percent are to be weighted;
4.
the exam time is 330 minutes; within this time, the processing of the written tasks should be carried out in 90 minutes.
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§ 7 Part 2 of the journeyman's examination

(1) Part 2 of the journeyman's examination extends to the list of the Skills, knowledge and skills, as well as the teaching material to be taught in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) Part 2 of the journeyman check consists of the examination areas:
1.
Manufacture of a rimless correction eyewear,
2.
Eye Optical Supply,
3.
Eye and Visual Help,
4.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the exam area, you have the following specifications:
1.
The test piece is intended to prove that it is capable
a)
multifocal spectacle lenses according to pre-set Measure and center data, edit it with an automatic edge grinding machine and mount it in a rimless version,
b)
The glasses are capable of delivering. align,
c)
assess and document the work product;
2.
The test piece is intended to produce a test piece and document the work product with the usual documents;
3.
the exam time is 150 minutes.
(4) For the eye-optical-care examination area, there are the following specifications:
1.
The test object is to prove that it is able
a)
determine customer requests,
b)
Customers about glasses type, material, finishing and colouring taking into account the individual vision requirement,
c)
pre-customize eyeglasses,
d)
determine centring data,
e)
To incorporate eyeglass lenses into the pre-adjusted version after determined centering data,
f)
the To perform an end-to-end fit and to assign customers to use;
2.
The test item should perform a work sample;
3.
the exam time is 120 minutes.
(5) For the eye and visual aid examination area, the following preferences are:
1.
The test object is to prove that it is able
a)
Impacting vision-reducing effects To describe influences and diseases in the selection of visual aids,
b)
Impacts of correction agents on anatomical, physiological and optical conditions
c)
To explain properties and applications of materials for contact lenses, eyeglass lenses and eyeglass frames,
d)
differentiating the impact of contact lens care products,
e)
optical calculations and explain the properties of visual aids, including mapping errors and applications;
2.
The test item is intended to be practical Edit tasks in writing;
3.
The exam time is 180 minutes.
(6) For the examination area Economic and social studies there are the following requirements:
1.
The examinee is to prove that he is presenting and assessing the general economic and social relationships of the working and working world ;
2.
The test item is intended to handle practice-related tasks in writing;
3.
Review time is 60 minutes.
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§ 8 Rules of Weight and Bestee Control

(1) The examination areas are as follows: to weights:

1.Auditing area Maintenance
of visual aids
30 percent
2.Test area Manufacture of a
rimless correction goggles
20 Percent
3.Auditing Area Eye Optical
Supply
20 Percent
4.Eye and Visual Help Examination Area20 percent
5.Examination area Economic-
and social studies
10%.
(2) The journeyman's examination has been passed if the services are
1.
at least "sufficient" in the overall result of Parts 1 and 2 of the journeyman check,
2.
as a result of Part 2 of the journeyman check with at least "sufficient",
3.
in the Review Area " Eye and Visual aid "of the journeyman's examination with at least" sufficient ",
4.
in at least two examination areas of Part 2 of the journeyman's examination with at least" sufficient " and
5.
have not been rated "insufficient"
any examination area of Part 2.(3) At the request of the examinee, the examination in one of the examination areas "eye and visual aid" or "economic and social studies" which have been assessed to be less than sufficient is to be supplemented by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes if this is for the The test may be the result of the test. In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Existing vocational education and training conditions

Vocational training conditions which, when this Regulation enters into force, , may be continued in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, provided that the Contracting Parties agree to do so and have not yet filed an intermediate examination, in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2011 in force. At the same time, the regulation on vocational training becomes an optometrist/optician of the 4th. March 1997 (BGBl. I p. 436). Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 3, paragraph 1, sentence 1)
Training framework for vocational training for the optician and the optician

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2011, 701-704)
Section A: Professional skills, knowledge and skills Lfd.
No.Part of the
Training profession education
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
1 Edit and capture eyeglass lenses
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section A number 1)
a)
distinguishing the type and execution of eyeglass lenses
b)
Delivery quality Check out rough eyeglass lenses
c)
Measure the optical effects of eyeglass lenses and determine reference points, determine centering dimensions for single-strength lenses, center glasses and prepare for edge editing
d)
Edit the eyeglass lenses manually and mechanically, and insert them into full-edge brills
e)
Checking and aligning single-strength glasses after production for compliance with the given parameters and
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f)
Determine centring dimensions for multi-strength lenses, center glasses and prepare for edge processing
g)
Spectacle Lenses, drilling, drilling, filing, milling, polishing and in rimless eyewear
h)
Optical Measure the effects of multi-strength and special glasses and mark the point of reference
i)
Multi-strength and special glasses after production to meet the requirements of the specified Check and align parameters and
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2 Tools and Machines
(§ 3 Paragraph 2
Section A Number 2)
a)
Clean tools, meters, and machine tools
b)
Measuring devices and measuring devices Processing machines detect and initiate measures for the elimination of faults
c)
Operating materials, in particular lubricants, coolants, grinding and cleaning agents
3
3 Modify and repair glasses
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section A number 3)
a)
assess damage to eyeglasses, determine repair costs and costs
b)
Machining processes and Select tools, taking into account materials
c)
Manually and mechanically manufacture, modify, repair, and replace
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4 Eyeglass lenses, contact lenses and enlarging visual aids according to optical properties and effects assess
(§ 3 paragraph 2
section A, point 4)
a)
Select one-strength glasses for optical properties
b)
Coatings and others Surface finishing of eyeglass lenses with respect to their effects
c)
The difference in imaging errors in single-strength lenses and their effects consider
d)
Determine the main effects of toric spectacle lenses
e)
object- Measure
f)
Convert spherical-cylindrical
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g)
Select multicentre and special glasses by optical properties
h)
distinguish multi-strength and special glass mapping errors and consider their impact
i)
Measuring Spectacle Lenses
j)
Filter and Protective Glasses for Use assigning
k)
distinguishing contact lenses by material properties and assessing the impact of contact lens correction
l)
Building and Properties enlarging visual
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5 Identify customer-specific visual requirements and advise customers
(§ 3 paragraph 2
section A number 5)
5.1 Determining the need for correction
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section A
number 5.1)
a)
The need for correction in consideration of visual acuity, anatomy and physiology, in particular myopia, hyperopia, astigmatism and presbyopia analyzing
b)
considering visual aids for vision-reducing eye diseases
c)
explain undisturbed binocular view and distinguish discrepanties
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5.2 Offer customers and services
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section A, point 5.2)
a)
Customer wishes and use of visual aid in the Determine sales talk
b)
Eye glass determination services, contact lens adjustment, and other visual tests
c)
Choose customer requests with professional requirements, choose eyeglass frames and eyeglass lenses with aesthetic and anatomical aspects
d)
Customers over glass type, material, surface finishing and coloration of eyeglass lenses
e)
Information media, especially for glass and socket consulting
f)
Customer data at Documenting privacy
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g)
Application areas and
h)
The properties of materials and care products for contact lenses, which can be used for the production of eyeglass lenses, contact lenses and magnifying lenses
h)
i)
reasons for the need for contact lens care; care products and their properties explain
j)
Identify prices and explain to the
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6 Adjust Glasses visually and anatomically
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section A number 6)
a)
Edit and pre-customize eyeglass frames for anatomical
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b)
Optical and physiologically conditional effects of corrective agents estimating
c)
Determine centring data and center eyeglass lenses after different centring requirements
d)
centring
6
7 hand in visual aids
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section A number 7)
a)
Make the end fitting of eyewear
b)
Customers in handling, How to use and maintain visual aids
c)
point to the need for regular
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d)
indicate the possible effects of visual aid, in particular the visual impression, the importance of which is an assessment and the measures required
4
8 Goods sell
(§ 3 paragraph 2
section A number 8)
a)
Collect receipts and check for quality, type, quantity, and price according to order
b)
Store, maintain and present goods in an appropriate way
c)
Exposed and applications of goods and Goods
2
d)
Prepare and execute orders
e)
Collating, assessing, documenting and reclamenting
f)
accepting customer complaints and edit
4
9 Perform accounting and calculation
(§ 3 Paragraph 2
Section A Number 9)
a)
respecting operational cost factors and cost-conscious action
b)
Perform calculations according to preferences
c)
Unwinding payment transactions
d)
Prepare reminders
6
B: Integrative Skills, Knowledge and Skills Lfd.
No.Part of the
Training profession education
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
1 Vocational Training, Work and Tariffy
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section B, paragraph 1)
a)
Significance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration, and termination
b)
name mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c)
Possibilities of professional
d)
essential parts of the employment contract
e)
essential parts of the contract
Terms and conditions of the collective agreements applicable to the training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section B, point 2)
a)
Construction and tasks of the training company Explain
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales, and administration
c)
The relationships of the training company and its employees to economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation legal
while
to convey the entire
training
3 Safety and Health Protection
at work
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section B, point 3)
a)
Endanger health and safety at work and take action on its Avoid
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe accidents and initiate first actions
d)
Rules of the Apply preventive fire protection; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
and rational energy use
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section B, point 4)
To avoid operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts by the training company and its contribution to environmental protection by examples
b)
apply environmental protection rules
c)
Possibilities of the economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of an environmentally friendly disposal
5 Planning work processes
; Technical communication
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section B, point 5)
a)
Setting up a workspace
b)
Planning work items, assessing results, and Document
c)
Use internal and external information to purchase goods
d)
Applying communication technologies
e)
Font traffic with word processing systems unwind
6 Applying occupational regulations and standards
(§ 3 paragraph 2
Section B, point 6)
a)
subject-specific standards
b)
Apply legislation
c)
Apply subject-time
d)
Applying the work and quality guidelines of the optician's