Regulation About The Profession Of The Master Craftsman's Examination And The Examination Requirements In Parts I And Ii Of The Master Craftsman In The Optician Craft

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Meisterprüfungsberufsbild und über die Prüfungsanforderungen in den Teilen I und II der Meisterprüfung im Augenoptiker-Handwerk

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Regulation on the Master Examination profession and the examination requirements in Parts I and II of the Ophthalmological Examination in the Optician-Craft Sector (Augenoptikermeisterverordnung-AugOptMstrV)

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AugOptMstrV

Date of delivery: 29.08.2005

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" Optics of the eye optician of 29 April 2005. August 2005 (BGBl. 2610), as defined in Article 20 of the Regulation of 17 June 2008. November 2011 (BGBl. I p. 2234) "

:as amended by Art. 20 V v. 17.11.2011 I 2234

For details, see the Notes

Footnote

(+ + + text evidence from: 1) menu. 1.2006 + + +)
(+ + + For application see § 9 + + +)

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Based on § 45 (1) of the Craft order in the version of the notice of 24. September 1998 (BGBI. 3074), as defined by Article 1 (39) of the Law of 24 December 2003 (BGBl. 2934), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is ordering following: href="index.html#BJNR261000005BJNE000200000"> unofficial table of contents

§ 1 outline and content of the master examination

The master examination in the eye optician craft subject to approval includes the following independent test pieces:
1.
checking the masterful execution of the essential activities (Part I),
2.
checking the required subject-theoretical knowledge (Part II),
3.
checking the required business, commercial and legal knowledge (Part III) and
4.
Examination of the necessary vocational and occupational pedagogical knowledge (Part III) IV).
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§ 2 Master Examination Professional Image

(1) The master examination determines that the test item is capable of being tested. is to carry out an operation independently, to carry out technical, commercial and personnel-economic management tasks, to carry out the training, to implement his professional competence in its own responsibility and to carry out new requirements in the to adapt these areas.(2) In the optician craft sector, the following skills and knowledge are to be considered as holistic qualifications for the purposes of the master's examination:
1.
Identify customer requests, advise customers, offer services, conduct contract negotiations and set order goals, calculate services and create offers, contracts ,
2.
perform tasks of technical, commercial and personnel management, in particular taking into account the Company organisation, in-company training and further training, quality management, the liability regulations of the labour protection law, data protection, environmental protection as well as information and communication technologies,
3.
Schedule, organize, run, and monitor order fulfillment processes
4.
Perform Work Orders, taking into account, in particular, manufacturing techniques, industry-standard software, professional legal provisions, guidelines and technical standards, personnel, materials and equipment, as well as possible uses of Apprentices,
5.
Apply knowledge of anatomy and physiology to the visual system when providing visual aids,
6.
Measuring and evaluating visual acuity,
7.
Measuring the visual performance and methods to detect Apply visual impairment, show results and justify further actions; detect abnormalities of the eye,
8.
Identify the missiles and assess,
9.
Refraction of the eyes with objective methods,
10.
Correction values identify with subjective measurement methods and determine the need for correction,
11.
Visual aids to solve visual problems in dependence on vision problems determining
12.
Identify the manufacturing parameters for the production of visual aids,
13.
Spectacle Lenses, especially special eyeglass lenses, select, measure, adjust and center,
14.
Select, customize and deliver contact lenses and eyeglasses for optical, anatomical, economic and aesthetic considerations
15.
Handle and store contact lenses and hygiene products, taking into account the requirement of professional legal regulations, and select hygienic agents and customers in the application ,
16.
Determine magnification requirements for visual impairment as well as select, modify, modify, and modify optical and electronically magnifying visual aids, and
17.
Control and assess the manufacturing accuracy of visual aids, instruct customers in their use, as well as follow-up care and functional controls
18.
compute services, create documentation.
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§ 3 outline of part I

Part I of the master's examination includes a master audit project and a related expert discussion as an examination area. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Master Audit Project

(1) The test item has a master audit project that has a customer order. . The order-related customer requirements are set by the Master Audit Committee. The master test project consists of planning, implementation and documentation work.(2) As a planning work in accordance with paragraph 1, the test subject shall draw up an implementation concept and a calculation. Both the individual vision task and the economic aspects must be taken into account and alternatives to be identified.(3) The following tasks are to be performed:
1.
An eye glass determination under Apply objective and subjective methods. Evaluate the results and determine the correction requirements according to the individual vision task,
2.
Inspection of the eye and measurements for a contact lens adjustment , as well as determine the parameters of the measuring lenses,
3.
Manufacture Glasses, adjust and assess manufacturing accuracy, or contact lens adjustment .
(4) The work referred to in paragraph 3 shall be documented.(5) The planning, calculation and documentation documents are weighted at 35 of the hundred and the work carried out at 65 of the hundred. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 expert discussion

After the master test project has been carried out, an expert discussion is to be conducted. In doing so, the examinee is to prove that he can demonstrate the professional relationships that underlie the master's examination project, justify the course of the master's examination project, and work related problems associated with the master audit project. and their solutions, and is in a position to take into account new developments. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Review duration and existence of Part I

(1) The master inspection project should not be carried out any longer than two Working days and the expert discussion will last no longer than 30 minutes.(2) The Master examination project and the expert discussion will be evaluated separately. The examination achievements in the Master examination project and in the expert discussion are weighted in a ratio of 2: 1. This will form an overall evaluation.(3) Minimum requirement for the existence of Part I of the Master examination is a sufficient overall examination performance, whereby the examination must not have been assessed either in the master examination project or in the expert discussion with less than 30 points. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 outline, duration and passing of part II

(1) The test in Part II is intended to include the test in the in the (2) provide evidence of his competence to act as a means of analysing and evaluating problems and identifying and documenting solutions and taking into account current developments.(2) Fields of action are:
1.
Physiology of seeing,
2.
Supply of visual aids,
3.
Order fulfillment,
4.
Operations Management and Operational Organization.
(3) At least one task must be edited in each of the fields of action, which must be case-oriented:
1.
Physiology of the visionary is to prove that it is capable of eye-optical, anatomical, to assess and describe physiological and measurements obtained from measurements, and to apply the knowledge of pharmacology and human biology to the physiological and visual optics. For each task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (f) are to be linked:
a)
visualisation and function of the visual system,
b)
Effects of various visual aids on the visual system,
c)
represent methods for objective and subjective refraction determination and justify their application,
d)
Refraction determination requirements for refraction determination and reasons
e)
Methods to measure, assess and optimize visual functions and justify their application,
f)
Methods for the recognition of visual impairment
2.
A vision of the test specimen is intended to demonstrate that it is capable of performing eye-visual tasks and problems economic, ecological and chemical aspects in an eye optician operation. In doing so, he is to analyse and evaluate occupational situations. For each task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (h) are to be linked:
a)
Explaining the structure and function of different correctors,
b)
Application possibilities different correction means, taking into account the imaging properties, and reasons,
c)
Requirements of optical spectacle fitting under Considering and assessing anatomical, economic and aesthetic aspects,
d)
Possibilities of individual customer advice
e)
Describe the measurement procedure for contact lens correction and justify case-related application,
f)
Visualisation of contact lenses, taking into account different materials and geometries, and application reasons,
g)
visualize contact lens hygiene and create hygiene requirements,
h)
Composition and mode of action describe and justify use of contact lens hygiene emitters;
3.
The test piece is intended to demonstrate that it is capable of Order processing processes, also using industry-standard software, to plan success-, customer-and quality-oriented, to control their implementation and to complete them. For each task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (i) are to be linked:
a)
Procurement Opportunities,
b)
Create Offer Documents and Offers evaluate, offer costing,
c)
Methods and methods of planning and organization of work, taking into account measurement, production and Assess repair techniques, design aspects as well as the use of materials, equipment and personnel, thereby depicting quality assurance aspects and taking into account interfaces between workspaces,
d)
Apply professional legal regulations, guidelines and technical standards as well as recognized rules of technology, in particular liability in the production and maintenance as well as in the case of services,
e)
explain the meaning of audit and submission protocols,
f)
Order-related use of materials and devices to determine and justify
g)
Suborders awarded and control,
h)
represent damage intake to visual aids, suggest repair methods, and set the required resolution,
i)
Performing pre- and post-costing;
4.
Operational management and organization of the audit shall demonstrate that it is in a position to carry out tasks of management and organisation of operations, taking into account the legal provisions, including the use of information and communication systems. For each task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (h) are to be linked:
a)
Determining Operational Costs, taking into account business-related issues,
b)
Check operational cost structure; identify operational metrics,
c)
Marketing measures for Develop customer care and the acquisition of new customers against the background of technical and economic developments,
d)
Plan operational quality management and
e)
Human Resources Management tasks; the relationship between human resources management and personnel management and development;
f)
Develop operational measures to comply with labour protection regulations and environmental protection as well as to develop workplace design; Assess risk potential and set risk prevention and removal measures,
g)
Schedule and represent operating and storage equipment,
h)
The opportunities and risks of operational cooperation are and are judged
(4) The examination in Part II must be carried out in writing. It should not last longer than three hours in each field of action. It is not allowed to exceed a duration of six hours per day.(5) The overall assessment of Part II shall be made up of the arithmetic mean of the individual evaluations of the fields of action referred to in paragraph 2.(6) Where at most two of the areas of action referred to in paragraph 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 it is to pass the existence of Part II of the master's examination.(7) The minimum requirement for the existence of Part II of the Master examination is a sufficient overall examination performance. Part II validation is not passed if
1.
has a field of action rated less than 30 points or
2.
after completed Complementary Examination two fields of action have been evaluated with less than 50 points each.

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(+ + + § 7 paragraph 6 and below)

Footnote

7: For use, see § 9 + + +) Non-official table of contents

§ 8 General examination and procedural regulations, further regulations for the master examination

(1) The provisions of the Regulations of the Master Examination Regulations of 17. December 2001 (BGBl. 4154) in the current version remain unaffected.(2) The examination in parts III and IV of the Master Examination is determined in accordance with the General Master Examination Regulations of 26. October 2011 (BGBl. 2149), as amended. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Transitional provision

The provisions of § 7 (6) and (7) do not apply to those up to the 31. The audit procedure started in December 2011. These will be brought to an end in accordance with the previous regulations. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. January 2006, in force.