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Vocational training as a merchant for audiovisual media regulation / clerk for audiovisual media AVMedKfAusbV Ausfertigung date: 15.05.1998 full quotation: "the vocational training as a merchant for audiovisual media regulation / clerk for audiovisual media by May 15, 1998 (BGBl. I p. 1030)" footnote (+++ text detection from: 1 8.1998 +++) this Decree is a training regulations within the meaning of section 25 of the Act on vocational education. The training regulations and the thus harmonised, adopted by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany outline curriculum for vocational school will be soon published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette.
Input formula on the basis of § 25 para 1 in conjunction with § 2 sentence 1 of the vocational training Act of August 14, 1969 (BGBl. I p. 1112), last in accordance with article 35 of the Decree of 21 September 1997 (BGBl. I p. 2390) is changed, ordered the Federal Ministry of economy in agreement with the Federal Ministry for education, science, research and technology: section 1 State recognition of the education profession the businessman training for audiovisual media manager for audiovisual media is State-recognized.
§ 2 duration of apprenticeship training takes three years.
Section 3 education profession at least the following skills and knowledge are the subject of the vocational training: 1 training company: 1.1 position, legal form and structure of the training company, 1.2 training, 1.3 HR, labour and labour legislation, 1.4 safety and health protection at work, 1.5 environment protection;
2. production and services: 2.1 planning, 2.2 implementation, 2.3 repertoire and rights acquisition;
3. marketing and sales: 3.1 market observation, 3.2 marketing conception, 3.3 advertising and public relations, 3.4 distribution;
4. commercial management and control: 4.1 accounting, 4.2 cost - and performance accounting, controlling, 4.3 investment and financial accounts, 4.4 fee and royalty settlement;
5. communication and cooperation: 5.1 team and project work, 5.2 communications, 5.3 apply foreign languages for professional tasks, 5.4 information and communication systems.
§ 4 training curriculum (1) the skills and knowledge according to § 3 should be taught according to the contained instructions for the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training curriculum) in annexes I and II. A deviating from the training curriculum factual and temporal structure of the training content is specifically allowed, as far as practical operating characteristics require the deviation.
(2) the knowledge and skills referred to in this regulation to be acquired so that the trainees to engage a qualified professional activity within the meaning of § 1 para 2 of the vocational training Act is empowered, includes in particular independent planning, performing, and controlling. This qualification is to prove in the tests according to paragraphs 7 and 8.
§ 5 training plan the training employer has to draw up a training plan on the basis of the education masterplan for the trainees.
§ 6 record book the trainee has to do a report portfolio in the form of a training certificate. He is to give opportunity to lead the record book during the training period. The trainers has regularly look through the record book.
§ 7 midterm (1) to determine of the level of training is making a midterm. She will take place in the middle of the second year of training.
(2) the intermediate stretches on the skills listed in the annexes I and II for the first year of training and knowledge, as well as on the material to be conveyed in the vocational education according to the curriculum, unless it is essential for vocational training.
(3) the midterm is making in writing based on practical cases or tasks in a maximum of 180 minutes in the following test areas: 1. products and services, 2 accounting and procurement, 3. operating and work organization, 4. Economic and social studies.
§ 8 final examination (1) the audit extends on the knowledge and skills listed in the annex I, as well as on the curriculum taught in the vocational school, as far as it is essential for the training.
(2) the examination is in test production and service organization, verbally making marketing as well as economic and social studies in writing and practical in the testing field exercises.
(3) the requirements in the areas of examination are: 1 test range production and service organization: less than 180 minutes to candidate three complex real-world tasks edit and here show that he understands technical contexts, independently plan work processes, coordinate and perform, analyze facts and develop possible solutions, taking into account criteria of commercial management and control, as well as legal framework and represent can. For this purpose come in particular the following areas into consideration: a) media products and services, b) procurement, c) rights and licenses, d) distribution;
2. test area marketing: in less than 90 minutes, the examinee should edit real world tasks or cases and here show that he understands technical contexts, work processes independently plan, coordinate and perform, analyze facts and taking into account of criteria of commercial management and control market - and customer-oriented solutions develop and represent can. For this purpose come in particular the following areas into consideration: a) marketing concept and project organization, b) advertising and public relations;
3. audit scope of economic and social studies: in less than 90 minutes, the examinee should edit real world tasks or cases from the professional and working world and here show that he can represent economic and social contexts of professional and working world and judge
4. test range practical exercises: In terms of examination of practical exercises the DUT to edit any products and services, sales and communication two practical tasks made him the choice of the areas A period of no more than 20 minutes is to allow for processing. The task should be the starting point for the following discussion. The examinee should can here show that he understands operational contexts, overlooks the operational services, solve specific problems and systematically prepare talks and lead. The interview should take less than 20 minutes for the individual test specimen.
(4) have been evaluated in the written exam the examination results in up to two test areas with 'poor' and the other test areas with at least 'sufficient' is so at the request of the DUT or discretion of the Audit Committee in a 'poor' weighted test areas the written exam by an oral examination lasting about 15 minutes to add, if this can be decisive for the exam. The test area is to determine from the DUT. In determining the result for this test range, the results of the written work and the oral exam in a ratio of 2:1 are weighted.
(5) in determining the overall result, the testing area of production and service organization has the double weight of each of the remaining test areas.
(6) to the final exam, at least sufficient audit services must be provided in the aggregate and in three of the four test areas. The audit services in a test area with "insufficient" evaluated, the exam is not passed.
§ 9 the existing regulations continue to apply transitional vocational training relationships that exist in the entry into force of this regulation, are, unless the parties agree on the application of the provisions of this regulation.
Article 10 entry into force this regulation enters into force on 1 August 1998.
Annex I (to 4) training curriculum for vocational training as a merchant for audiovisual media / organization material clerk for audiovisual media - - (site: BGBl. I, 1998, p. 1032-1035) skills to conveyed item No. No. part of the education profession and knowledge 1 2 3 1 training company (§ 3 No. 1) 1.1 position, legal form and structure of the training company (§ 3 No. 1.1) a) type and legal form of the training company represent b) objective , Fields of activity and activities of the training company as well as its position on the market explain c) represent organizational and decision-making structures of the training company d) represent the cooperation of the training company with business organisations, professional organisations, trade unions and authorities 1.2 vocational training (§ 3 No. 1.2) a) compare the operational training plan with the training regulations and b contribute to its implementation) the rights and obligations of the training ratio to determine and describe the respective contribution of the participants in the two-tier system in practical examples c) vocational training opportunities and their benefits for the personal and 1.3 discuss professional development
Personalwirtschaft, labour and labour legislation (§ 3 No. 1.3) a) empowerment of employees b represent as essential for customer value, business success and personal development examples) for the training company important labour and social law and tariff regulations explain c) co-determination and participation rights of operating constitutional or legal personal representative organs of the training company explain d) operational working arrangements and models apply e) for employment important evidence explain f) operational principles of personnel planning , G describe recruitment and labour required) the normal training contracts for staff use, taking into account the labor, tax and social security implications apply h) perform a payroll 1.4 safety and health at work (§ 3 No. 1.4) a) determine risk to health and safety at the workplace and take measures to avoid b) occupational health and safety and accident prevention regulations apply c) describe behaviour in accidents and initiate the first measures d) apply the provisions of the fire prevention; Describe Verhaltensweisen in fires and fire-fighting measures 1.5 environment protection (§ 3 No. 1.5) in particular: a contribute to the prevention of operational pollution within the professional sphere of influence,) possible environmental impacts by the training company and his contribution to the environmental protection examples explain b) for the training operation, applicable regulations of environmental protection apply c) ways the economic and environmentally-friendly energy and material use to use d) avoid waste; Materials and environmentally friendly waste disposal lead to 2 production and services (§ 3 No. 2) 2.1 Planning (§ 3 No. 2.1) a) evaluate information about manufacturing processes as well as products and services in the media sector for planning purposes b) planning processes in the training operation, taking into account the cooperation of the functional areas make c) set tasks, in particular human resources planning, thing means planning, scheduling and budgeting perform 2.2 implementation (§ 3 No. 2.2) a) procurement opportunities economically rate b) c obtain material and technical equipment) d contribute to the recruitment) determine risks and conclusion of Insurance lead s) workflows coordinate f) quality assurance measures for the purchase of products and services carry out g) perform the calculations for products and services to operational costing h) participate in the costing of productions, prepare and evaluate 2.3 repertoire and rights acquisition data for controlling purposes (§ 3 No. 2.3) a) apply the provisions of the national and international media and press law b) apply the regulations to the copyright, recovery and use of c) d involved in the procurement of rights) to safeguard rights and to prevent abuse contribute e) contracts manage, archive rights and products store 3 marketing and sales (§ 3 No. 3) 3.1 market observation (§ 3 No. 3.1) a) instruments of market monitoring and market research describe b) evaluate information about competitors and market trends c) prepare 3.2 marketing design market and customer information for planning (§ 3 No. 3.2) a) b contribute to the development of marketing ideas) applications of marketing instruments assess c) possibilities of advertising cooperation , Sponsorship and merchandising for the marketing conception rate d) apply the criteria for the selection of merchandising products and e contribute to the procurement) organize the sale of merchandising products, in particular distribution channels select 3.3 advertising and public relations (§ 3 No. 3.3) a) function of advertising, promotion and public relations for the training company justify b) legal provisions relating to competition and advertising account c) participate in advertising and promotional measures, and determine their effectiveness d) Insert the instruments to customer loyalty 3.4 distribution (§ 3 No. 3.4) a) sales and marketing forms use of products and services as well as possibilities of exploitation of rights b) customer data and information for marketing and distribution use 4 commercial management and control (§ 3 No. 4) 4.1 accounting (§ 3 No. 4.1) a) justify accounting as a tool of business management and control on examples of the training company and b explain the outline of accounting) legal and operational regulations accounting apply c) collect evidence and prepare for bookings of different business cases d) accounts cause e) perform preparatory degree f) g lead a Fund) payment transactions editing, due to General operating measures for late payment take 4.2 cost and performance accounting, controlling (§ 3 No. 4.2) a) purpose and structure of cost and performance accounting of the training company explain b) c processing cost accounting operations) statistical data determine, prepare and evaluate d) e explain function of controlling information and control instrument on examples of the training company) f evaluate results of the accounting system for controlling purposes) 4.3 investment and financial accounts involved in the income statement (§ 3 No. 4.3) a) show flow and impact of investment and programme planning processes examples of the training company
(b) principles of budget planning take into account c) preparatory work for liquidity and credit security measures perform d) e evaluate advantages and disadvantages of different types of financing and forms) perform a cost benefit analysis for an investment and a capital Bill 4.4 fee and royalty settlement (§ 3 No. 4.4) a) contractual and legal rights of natural and legal persons, as well as collecting societies consider b) fees and licenses account 5 communication and cooperation (§ 3 No. 5) 5.1 team and project work (§ 3 No. 5.1) a) uses of different forms of team and project work for b evaluate the trainees) consider possibilities of cooperation of the functional areas of the training company c) define project objective, tasks in the team plan and distribute in accordance with individual skills and edit d) project planning tools apply e) dates organize, coordinate and monitor f) vote results, evaluate and document g) quality assurance measures accompanying the project apply h) target/actual comparison, cost variances determine 5.2 communication (§ 3 No. 5.2) a) facts, taking into account rules of communication situations - and target group present b) detect communication errors and solutions exhibit c) methods of settlement of the conflict in the interest of a relevant result apply d) 5.3 use of foreign languages for professional tasks make communication taking into account operational principles (§ 3 No. 5.3) a) foreign language information sources whom evaluate b) foreign language terms apply c) technical information in a foreign language can be obtained 5.4 information and communication systems (§ 3 No. 5.4) a) information and communication systems assisted b apply) c comply with regulations on data protection) data maintenance and data backup and backup data justify d) evaluate information sources whom , Select and disclose information Appendix II (to 4) training curriculum for vocational training as a merchant for audiovisual media / time as a clerk for audiovisual media - outline - (site: BGBl. I, 1998, p. 1036-1037) 1 year of training (1) in a period of total four to six months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are 1.1 position, legal form and structure of the training company, 1.2 vocational training, 1.3 human resources focused on , labour and labour legislation, objectives a to e, 1.4 safety and health at work, 1.5 environmental protection in connection with the skills and knowledge of the profession items 2.1 planning, objective a, 5.1 team and project work, objective a, to mediate.
(2) in a period of total three to six months the skills and knowledge of the profession position 4.1 are focusing on accounting in connection with the skills and knowledge of the profession position 5.4 information and communication systems, learning a to c, to mediate.
(3) in a period of total two to three months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are 2.2 implementation, learning outcomes a and b, 5.3 apply foreign languages for professional tasks, learning outcomes a and b focuses on, to mediate and to continue providing the skills and knowledge of the profession position 2.1 in connection with planning, objective a.
2nd in a period of total four to six months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are training year (1) 1.3 human resources, labour and labour legislation, objectives focused on f to h, 2.1 planning, objective b, 2.2 implementation, objective c,
in conjunction with the skills and knowledge of professional image positions 5.1 team and project work, learning b to f, 5.2 communications, learning a to c, to convey and in connection with the skills and knowledge of the profession items 1.1 position, legal form and structure of the training company, objective c, 1.3 HR, work and labour regulations, objective d, to continue 5.4 information and communication systems, objective a,.
(2) in a period of total two to three months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are 2.3 repertoire and rights acquisition focuses on, to convey 4.4 fee and royalty settlement, objective a, and in connection therewith use of foreign languages for professional tasks, objectives a and b, 5.4 information and communication systems, learning b and c, to continue providing the skills and knowledge of the profession items 5.3.
(3) in a period of total three to six months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are 4.2 cost and performance accounting, controlling focus on d, 5.4 information and communication systems, objective d, to give learning a.
3rd training year (1) in a period of total three to five months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are 3. marketing and sales, 5.3 apply foreign languages for professional tasks, objective c, to convey and relating mainly to providing the skills and knowledge of the profession items 1.5 environmental protection, applied foreign languages for professional tasks, learning outcomes a and b, 5.3 5.4 information and communication systems , Learning outcomes a and d to continue.
(2) in a period of total three to five months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are mainly 2.1 planning, objective c, 2.2 implementation, learning d to h, 4.4 fee and royalty accounting, objective b, in conjunction with the skills and knowledge of the job positions 5.1 team and project work, to give learning of g and h, 5.2 communication, objective d, and related to providing the skills and knowledge of the job positions 2.3 repertoire and rights acquisition , 5.3 apply foreign languages for professional tasks to continue.
(3) in a period of total three to five months, the skills and knowledge of the job positions are focusing on 4.2 cost - and performance accounting, controlling, learning e and f, 4.3 investment and financial accounts, to convey and related to providing the skills and knowledge of the profession items 2.1 planning, objective a, 2.2 implementation, learning outcomes a and b, 5.4 information and communication systems, learning a , to continue.
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