Regulation Concerning Vocational Training For The Automobile Businessman / Car Clerk

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Automobilkaufmann/zur Automobilkauffrau

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Regulation on vocational training for the automobile clerk/automobile industry

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Date of issue: 26.05.1998

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" Regulation on the Vocational training for the automobile clerk/to the automobile industry of the 26. May 1998 (BGBl. 1145) "

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 8.1998 + + +)
This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of Section 25 of the Vocational Training Act. 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

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Based on Section 25 (1) in conjunction with Section 2, sentence 1, of the Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), most recently in accordance with Article 35 of the Regulation of 21 December 2008. September 1997 (BGBl. 2390), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology is in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Technology: href="index.html#BJNR114500998BJNE000200305"> unofficial table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the training profession

The training occupation of automobile clerk/automobile clerk is recognized by the state. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

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

§ 3 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
the training operation:
1.1
Position, legal form and structure of the training company,
1.2
Vocational Training,
1.3
Operational Organization,
1.4
Labor Economy,
1.5
Work Safety and Health at Work,
1.6
Environmental Protection;
2.
Work Organization, Information and Communication:
2.1
Work Organization,
2.2
Office Economic Processes,
2.3
Information and Communication,
2.4
Applying foreign languages in specialist tasks,
2.5
Information and communication systems of the Automotive industry,
2.6
Data protection and data security;
3.
Commercial control and Control:
3.1
Operating and Industry Measures,
3.2
Accounting,
3.3
cost accounting,
3.4
calculation,
3.5
Statistics;
4.
Market and Sales:
4.1
Sales relationships,
4.2
Vehicles,
4.3
Purchasing and Procurement,
4.4
Storage Management,
4.5
Marketing,
4.6
Sales;
5.
Financial Services:
5.1
Financing,
5.2
Insurance,
5.3
additionally employable warranty;
6.
Services:
6.1
Customer Service,
6.2
warranties,
6.3
official vehicle monitoring,
6.4
technical customer service, workshop,
6.5
parts and accessories,
6.6
Operational Tasks of Environmental Protection;
7.
Operational Services.
(2) the teaching of the skills and knowledge referred to in paragraph 1 (7) shall be based on one of the following areas of application:
1.
Fleet Management,
2.
Communication Devices,
3.
Vehicle Rental.
The field of application is determined by the training establishment. Another area of application may also be used if, in terms of breadth and depth, it allows the skills and knowledge referred to in paragraph 1 (7) to be taught. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Training framework plan

(1) The skills and knowledge referred to in § 3 shall be based on those contained in Annexes I and II. Instructions on the factual and chronological breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan) are provided. 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.(2) The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation shall be communicated in such a way as to enable the trainee to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Vocational Training Act, which shall, in particular: Self-planning, carrying out and controlling. This qualification must also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 7 and 8. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Training plan

The trainee has a training plan for the trainee on the basis of the training framework plan Create a training plan. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Report Sheft

The trainee has a report booklet in the form of a training certificate. It is the opportunity to give him the opportunity to carry out the report during the training period. The training course has to be reviewed regularly by the report booklet. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out in order to determine the level of training. It is to take place in the middle of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills and knowledge referred to in Annexes I and II for the first year of training, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course, in accordance with the framework curriculum, to the extent that: vocational training is essential.(3) The intermediate examination must be carried out in writing on the basis of practice-related tasks or cases in a maximum of 180 minutes in the following examination areas:
1.
work organization, office economy,
2.
inventory management,
3.
technical service representative,
4.
economic and social studies.
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§ 8 final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills and knowledge listed in Appendix I as well as on the teaching material taught in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) The examination must be carried out in writing in the examination areas of sales and services, financial services as well as economic and social studies, and orally in the examination area Practical exercises.(3) The requirements in the examination areas are:
1.
Sales and Sales Examination Area Services: In a maximum of 180 minutes, the examinee will work on two complex practice-related tasks, showing that he understands professional relationships, as well as working processes in a market-oriented and target-oriented manner, with due regard for technical aspects. autonomously planning, coordinating and implementing organizational and temporal requirements. In doing so, it should take into account dispositive and economic requirements. In particular, the following areas are eligible for this:
a)
Market and Sales,
b)
Services,
c)
Commercial Control and Control;
2.
Examination area Financial Services: In a maximum of 90 minutes, the examinee is to process a complex practice-related task, showing that he understands professional relationships, Analyse the facts, compare financial services and work out possible solutions. In particular, the following areas are eligible for this:
a)
Financing,
b)
Insurance,
c)
additionally available warranty services;
3.
Examination area Economic and social studies: In a maximum of 90 minutes, the examinee will work on practice-related tasks or cases from the professional and working world, showing that " 4.
Practical exercises: In the examination area, it is possible to assess the economic and social context of the working and working world.
4.
Practical exercises are to be carried out by the examinee, one of two practice-oriented tasks in the fields of customer-oriented communication, products and services. A period of not more than 15 minutes shall be provided for processing. The task is to be the starting point for the following examination interview. In this connection, the area of application must be based on § 3 (2). The purpose of the test is to show that it can conduct discussions with customer-oriented and situation-related services and offer operational services. The examination interview is to last for a maximum of 20 minutes for the individual test specimen.
(4) In the written examination, the examination performance in up to two examination areas with "deficient" and in the other examination areas with at least In the event of a "sufficient" assessment, the written examination by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes shall be supplemented, at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board, in one of the examination areas rated "deficient"; if it can give a rash for the passing of the test. The examination area shall be determined by the examinee. In the determination of the result for this examination area, the results of the written work and the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 shall be weighted.(5) In determining the overall result, the examination areas have double the weight of sales and services as well as practical exercises over each of the other examination areas.(6) In order to pass the final examination, at least sufficient services must be provided in the overall result and in three of the four examination areas. If the examination results are rated "insufficient" in an examination area, the examination has not been passed. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. This is due to be in force. Non-official table of contents

Annex I (to § 4)
Training framework for vocational training for the automobile clerk
car purchase
- Factual outline-

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1998, p. 1148-1155)
Lfd. Nr.Part of the skills and knowledge to be provided in the training profession123
1 The training operation (§ 3 No. 1)
1.1 Position, legal form and structure of the training business (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1.1) a)Art and legal form of training enterprise
b)Objective, Business Fields and activities of the training company
c)the cooperation of the training company with economic organizations, Professional representatives, trade unions and public authorities
d)Basics, tasks and working methods of the institutions ' constitutional bodies describe
e)Evaluate the basic economic data in relation to the automotive industry
f) Current Branchentrends
g) assess the social, cultural and environmental significance of the automobile and make the reference to historical development
1.2 Vocational training (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1.2)a) Compare the company training plan with the training regulations and contribute to its implementation
b)the rights and Explain the obligations arising from the training relationship and describe the contribution of the participants in the dual system
c) Training as a prerequisite for professional and personal development reasons; identify industry-related training opportunities
1.3 Operating organization (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1.3) a)represent the organization and decision-making structures of the enterprise
b) distinguish typical business processes of the enterprise
c)to collaborate on the business fields with regard to optimal Contribute Customer Orientation
d)assessing the impact of organizational development on your own workspace
e)represent economic interconnections in the automotive industry
f) Show cooperation forms in the automotive industry and their pros and cons
1.4 Personnel management (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1.4)a) Employees ' ability to act as an essential prerequisite for customer benefits, corporate success and personal development to examples
(b)
c)c) declaring co-determination and participation in training operations
d)Operational objectives and principles describing personnel planning
e)Apply operational requirements for personnel deployment and working time control
f)Edit labor management tasks
g) Identify and calculate charges, rewards and commissions according to specified schemes
1.5 Safety and health protection at work (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1.5) a)To identify health and safety hazards at work and to take action to avoid them
b) Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)accidents behaviors Describe as well as initiate first actions
d) Apply rules of preventive fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take action to combat fires
1.6 Environmental protection (§ 3 para. 1 no. 1.6)To avoid operation-related Contribute to environmental pressures in the field of occupational impact, in particular
a)Possible environmental pressures caused by the training operation and its Explain how to contribute to environmental protection
b)Apply environmental protection regulations to the training company
c)Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d) Avoiding waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
2. Work organization, Information and communication (§ 3 para. 1 no. 2)
2.1 Labor organization (§ 3 para. 1 no. 2.1)a) Operational work and organization means task-oriented use
b)Work tasks in terms of content and time structure
c)Task-oriented learning and work techniques
d) Possibilities of functional and ergonomic workplace and work space design
e)Measures for Propose improvements in work organization and workplace design
f) Quality-conscious action on the example of the training operation and contribute to quality assurance
2.2 Office business processes (§ 3 para. 1 no. 2.2)a) Perform inbox and post distribution
b)Organize a post-exit from an economic point of view
c)Set up filing systems, perform registry and archive work while respecting retention periods
d)Apply word processing system
e)Maintenance and repair of office machines and -prompt
f)Perform operational correspondence taking into account ergonomic tachographs
g)Schedule, coordinate and monitor appointments, initiate business-usual actions on schedule deviations
h) Preparing meetings and events, creating templates, reports, and logs
2.3 Information and Communication (§ 3 para. 1 no. 2.3) a)assess the business relationships of information and data flows
b) The importance of information and communication for operating climate, work performance, and business success
c) Apply Communication Forms situationrelated
d) Information and communication disorders detect and contribute to their avoidance
2.4 Applying foreign languages in specialist tasks (§ 3 para. 1 no. 2.4)a)foreign language Apply technical terms
b)Evaluate the usual foreign language information in the training mode
c) Grant information and obtain information, even in a foreign language
2.5 Information and Communication Systems of the Automotive Industry (§ 3 para. 1 no. 2.5)a)Use information and communication systems efficiently
b) Apply operating license number systems
c)Avoid input and transmission errors, error risks, and
d)
industry-specific information and communication systems to handle different business processes, especially in the areas of new and used cars, customer service and spare parts, financing and insurance,
e)The possibilities of Using data transfer and information gathering, as well as comparing offers of information and communication services
f)System and Note program updates
g) Technical literature, documentation, handbooks and other tools
2.6 Data protection and data security (§ 3 para. 1 no. 2.6)a)Apply data protection regulations
b) maintaining and backing up data
3. Commercial control and control (§ 3 para. 1 no. 3)
3.1 Business and industry figures (§ 3 para. 1 no. 3.1)a)Business performance indicators of the Training operations, in particular profitability, liquidity, turnover, gross income, trade margin, margin, rate of stock turnover during planning and calculation, applying and comparing with industry average values
b)Compare cost centers based on agreed targets and industry-typical metrics; prepare results for decisions
c) Evaluate the business performance indicators in the period comparison and trends ; derive results for decisions
3.2 Bookkeeping (§ 3 para. 1 no. 3.2)a)distinguish industry-specific account plans
(b)to account for business account plan business operations
c)Payment receipts monitoring
d) the operational Apply mahnsystem
3.3 cost accounting (§ 3 para. 1 No. 3.3)a)explain the structure and structure of the cost and performance accounting of the training company
b)The use of full and partial cost accounting in business practice reasons
c) The cost of business units based on the system used in the training establishment
d)on the planning invoice for Co-operate different business fields
e)assess the possibilities of incompany risk insurance; compare insurance offers and assess
f)Controlling the function of controlling as an information and control instrument for examples of training operations
g) in the creation of success calculations for individual business units and the overall operation
3.4 Costing (§ 3 para. 1 no. 3.4)a)Include elements of performance-based margin systems in operational calculation schemes
b)Perform a workshop load calculations
c) How to determine the hourly rates
d)Apply calculator for the range of accessories
e)Apply calculation schemes for the new and used range of cars
f) Determine the price range and limits as well as assess the consequences and risks for the company's success
3.5 statistic (§ 3 para. 1 no. 3.5) a)Collect sales data; participate in control and evaluation
b)Inventory statistics of new, pre-owned and used vehicles, in particular by brands and types,
c)Target-actual comparisons and degrees of achievement
d)Use statistics as planning and forecasting help
e) Prepare statistical data for presentations
4. Market and sales (§ 3 para. 1 no. 4)
4.1 Sales relationships (§ 3 para. 1 no. 4.1)a)Distinguish distribution systems and sales levels in the automotive industry
(b)assess the impact of different sales contracts, in particular merchants and agency contracts on the training establishment,
c)assess the legal and economic relationship of merchants to manufacturers and importers
d)The influence of sales policies on the business units of the training enterprise
e) describe the legal and economic relationships between the training company and its contracting partners
f) The impact of the EU internal market on examples of training operations is described
4.2 Vehicles (§ 3 para. 1 no. 4.2)a) differentiate vehicle types and types according to regulations and typologies
b)describe the current vehicle range and with the Compare Competitors
c)Work with in-house and customer-related media and specialized publications
d)assessing technical innovations for their benefit to customers, transport and the environment
e) Performance and product features, in particular material, workmanship, equipment, quality, lifespan and design, rated in terms of customer claims
f) Compare the price performance ratio of vehicles
4.3 Purchasing and procurement (§ 3 para. 1 no. 4.3) a)Use of accessories, tyres, operational and auxiliary materials
b)for the Training of significant sales and procurement markets
c)participate in assortment formation and changes in assortments
d)Apply order systems for vehicles and parts, in particular status queries and change options customer-oriented
e)Dispositions for vehicle purchase due to customer orders
f) Seasonal Influences on the sale of vehicles, parts and accessories
g)different Use the procurement options of used vehicles
h)Identify and observe financing margins for purchasing
i)participate in the annual planning of the new car sale
k) The relationship between ordering systems and manufacturing systems as well as order changes and production control
4.4 warehouse management (§ 3 para. 1 no. 4.4)a)show the possibilities of warehouse management with regard to the different business areas of the training establishment; different Create inventory organizations
b)Include deliveries, by type and quantity, and on open defects; in case of complaints, normal operations initiating
c)Compare invoices and delivery notes with the order and receipt records; clarify differences
d)Check invoices for correctness; clarify inconsistencies
e) Apply Storage Control Systems; Use options to correct order proposals
f)Store goods, movement of goods
g)The importance of the spare part warehouse for customer benefit
h) InventoryPerform
4.5 Marketing (§ 3 para. 1 No. 4.5)a) Regional Competitors observe and position the training company on the market
b)Registration data and Operating comparisons, in particular market data and customer satisfaction studies, decision-based evaluation
c)Target groups of the training company distinguish; obtain, evaluate, and manage addresses
d)Use market monitoring sources
e)insert customer contact programs
f)Design advertising media; advertising media and media deploy
g)Apply competition law rules
h) Business and market-typical product range policy and the importance of assortment parts or groups in the overall assortment
i) the development and implementation of operational marketing concepts
k)the need for cooperation between the business units of new cars, Used cars, spare parts, customer service as a prerequisite for successful marketing reasons
l)the ratio of price to value as argument using
m) Participate in promotional activities, in particular plan, carry out special operations, and participate in the monitoring of success
4.6 Sales (§ 3 para. 1 no. 4.6)a)Sales conversations and advice for Perform Parts and Accessories
b)Pre-prepare and postpone sales talks for new and used vehicles
c)Operating manuals for customer advice
d)Company customer data Evaluate and prepare the targeted acquisition
e)observe general terms and conditions for the different business fields
f)document customer orders
g)Vehicle approval and -Prepare and perform logout
h)Prepare the vehicle submission
i) Ask and document information and data about vehicle delivery quality for customers
5. Financial Services (§ 3 para. 1 No. 5)
5.1 Funding (§ 3 para. 1 no. 5.1)a)Finance programs from manufacturers-banks and others Explain and compare financial institutions with respect to essential characteristics, in particular the down payment, effective annual rate, maturity and redemption,
b) Preparing finance contracts
c)Leasing programs of different providers in relation to essential characteristics, in particular: Down payment, rate, maturity, balance and purchase option, compare
d)Prepare leasing contracts
e)Economic impact of financing and leasing from an operational point of view
f) Customers explain financing and leasing differences
g)Use information systems for financing and leasing
h)explain the inpayment of used vehicles as part of vehicle financing
i) Control the run times of contracts and initiate connection actions
5.2 Insurance (§ 3 para. 1 no. 5.2) a)Customers about the ability to cover risk coverage by insurance companies
b) Customers on terms and conditions of vehicle insurance advice
c)inform customers about the insurance offer of the training company, Offering insurance
d) Preparing insurance applications and insurance policies
5.3 additionally available warranty services (§ 3 para. 1 no. 5.3)a)Customers about essential characteristics of Notify new car connection guarantees and used vehicle guarantees
b)Prepare and mediate warranty applications
c)Control the terms of the contracts and initiate connection measures
d) Use mobility insurance as a customer binding instrument
6. Services (§ 3 paragraph 1 No. 6)
6.1 Customer Service (§ 3 1 (1) (6.1)a)Customer service contribution to customer benefit and economic success reasons
b)formulate orders in interaction with the customer and encode factory-appropriate encoding
c) Creating cost estimates
d)Schedule and monitor work order orders
e)assist in workshop utilization
f)repair-and Create sales invoices and explain to the customer
g)offer additional services
h) offer time-value repair prices, reference options for used parts determining
6.2 Warranty (§ 3 para. 1 no. 6.2)a)informabout differences between warranty and warranty
b) Warranty warranty claims from suppliers guarantee
c)Warranty orders editing
d) Kulanzrequests after Edit Preferences
6.3 Amable Vehicle monitoring (§ 3 para. 1 no. 6.3)a)the periodic technical vehicle monitoring by the training establishment as a special service
b)Note time limits for vehicle monitoring; coordinate test dates
c) Terms and conditions of general type-approval, especially for special accessories, special one-and-rebuildings, note
d) documenting the audit
6.4Technical customer service, workshop (§ 3 para. 1 no. 6.4)a) formulating workshop orders, taking into account data from technical documentation and vehicle documents
b)Transport and Operational safety of vehicles by visual inspection
c)Mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical and electronic systems identify in vehicles and distinguish their function
d)participate in diagnostic, maintenance, and repair work
e)Check temperatures and fill levels in systems, correct fill levels
f) In case of damage exposure to vehicles involved
g) participate in the creation of cost estimates for body and paint work
6.5 Parts and accessories (§ 3 para. 1 no. 6.5)a)type-specific parts and Collect, assign and manage accessories
b)Orders for spare parts in compliance with conditions, order costs and time limits
c)Describe performance and product characteristics and evaluate it in terms of manufacturer and customer claims; price-performance ratio compare
d) different Limits the criteria for the product range policy for parts and accessories
6.6 Operational tasks of environmental protection (§ 3 para. 1 no. 6.6)a)Customers the environmental competence of the training company and the
b)Apply regulations and guidelines for the recycling of vehicles and their parts
c) Withdrawal Policies of the Manufacturers and Apply suppliers
7.Service-specific services (§ 3 para. 1 no. 7) a)Limits and evaluate your interactions with core offering
b) Offer operational service packages
c)Customer-specific contract design options for consulting
d)Calculate and calculate operating
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Annex II (to § 4)
Training Framework for Vocational Training to become an automotive clerk
-Time breakdown-

(find: BGBl. I 1998, p. 1156-1158)
1. Training year
(1) In a period of three to four months, the focus is on the skills and knowledge of the vocational training positions
1.1
Position, legal form and structure of the training enterprise, learning objectives a to d,
1.2
Vocational Training, Learning Objectives a and b,
1.3
Operational Organization, Learning Target a,
1.5
Health and Safety at Work,
1.6
Environmental protection
2.1
Work organization, learning goals a to d,
2.2
office business processes, learning goals a to e,
2.5
Automotive information and communication systems, learning objectives a and b,
2.6
Data protection and data security,
4.1
Sales relationships, learning goals a to c,
.(2) In a total period of four to six months, the skills and knowledge of the vocational training position are focused on
6.4
technical customer service, workshop
in combination with the skills and knowledge of professional image position
4.2
Vehicles, Learning Objectives a and b,
to convey and in connection with the placement of the Skills and knowledge of vocational training positions
1.5
Safety and health at the work,
1.6
Environmental protection
.(3) In a total period of three to four months, the skills and knowledge of the vocational training position are focused on
6.5
Parts and accessories
in conjunction with the skills and knowledge of professional image positions
4.3
Purchasing and Procurement, Learning Target a,
4.4
Storage Management,
4.6
Sales, Learning Target a,
, and related to the Transfer of skills and knowledge of the vocational training position
2.5
Information and Automotive communication systems, learning objectives a and b,
to continue.
2. Training year
(1) In a period of one to two months, the focus is on the skills and knowledge of the vocational training positions
1.2
Vocational Training, Learning Target c,
1.4
Personalwirtschaft
in combination with the skills and knowledge of the vocational education and training position
2.3
Information and Communication, Learning Objectives a to c,
.(2) In a total period of three to five months, the skills and knowledge of vocational training positions are focused on
6.1
Customer Service,
6.2
Warranties,
6.3
official vehicle monitoring,
6.6
operational tasks of environmental protection
in conjunction With the skills and knowledge of professional image positions
2.1
Work organization, learning objectives e and f,
2.2
office business processes, learning objective g,
2.3
information and communication, Learning objective d,
2.4
Applying foreign languages to technical tasks, learning objectives a and b,
, and in connection with this the teaching of skills and skills. Continue knowledge of the job image location
1.6
Environment
.(3) In a period of a total of two to three months, the skills and knowledge of vocational training positions shall be focused on
4.1
Sales relationships, learning goals d through f,
4.2
Vehicles, Learning Goal c,
4.3
Purchasing and Procurement, Learning Goals b to h,
4.5
Marketing, Learning Objectives a to g,
in conjunction with The skills and knowledge of vocational training positions
2.2
Office business processes, learning objective f and h,
2.4
Applying foreign languages to technical tasks, learning objective c,
, and in connection with the teaching of the skills and knowledge of Vocational training position
2.5
Automotive information and communication systems, learning objectives a and b,
.(4) In a total period of three to five months, the skills and knowledge of vocational training positions are focused on
3.2
Accounting,
3.3
Cost Accounting, Learning Objectives a to c,
3.4
Costing, Learning Goals a to d,
3.5
Statistics
in conjunction with the skills and Knowledge of vocational training positions
1.1
Position, legal form and structure of training operations, Learning objectives e and f,
2.5
Information and communication systems of the automotive industry, learning objectives c to g,
, and in connection with this the placement of
2.6
Data protection and knowledge of the profession's position Data security
to continue.
3. Training year
(1) In a total of three to four months, the focus is on skills and knowledge of the vocational education and training position
4.6
Sales, Learning Goals b to i,
in conjunction with the skills and knowledge of the Vocational training positions
1.1
Position, legal form and structure of the training establishment, learning objective g,
3.4
calculation, learning target e,
4.2
vehicles, learning goals d to f,
4.3
Purchasing and Procurement, learning goals i and k,
4.5
Marketing, learning goals h to m,
in the context of the teaching of skills and knowledge of vocational training positions
2.3
Information and Communication,
2.4
Applying foreign languages to technical tasks,
2.5
Information and communication systems of the automotive industry
to continue.(2) In a total period of three to five months, the skills and knowledge of the professional image position are focused on
5.
Financial Services
to convey and communicate the skills and knowledge of vocational education and training positions
2.3
Information and Communication,
2.5
Information and communication systems of the automotive industry
to continue.(3) In a period of a total of two to four months, the skills and knowledge of the vocational training position are focused on
7.
service-specific services
to convey and communicate the skills and knowledge of the vocational education and training position
4.5
Marketing, learning goals g to m,
to continue.(4) In a period of one to two months, the skills and knowledge of vocational training positions shall be focused on
1.3
Operational Organization, Learning Goals b to f,
3.1
Operating and Industry Measures,
3.3
cost accounting, learning goals d to g,
3.4
calculation, learning target f,
, and in Related to the teaching of skills and knowledge of vocational training positions
2.5
automobile industry information and communication systems,
3.4
Calculation, learning objectives a to e,
3.5
Statistics
to continue.