Regulation On The Assessment To The Recognised Qualification Of Certified Construction Engineer

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Prüfung zum anerkannten Abschluß Geprüfter Baumaschinenmeister

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Regulation on the examination of the recognized certificate of certified construction machinery master

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BauMaschMeistPrV

Date of completion: 23.01.1985

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" Regulation on the Examination for the approved completion of the certified construction machine master of the 23. January 1985 (BGBl. 177), as last amended by Article 3 of the 26th Regulation. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 274) "

:Last modified by Art. 3 V v. 26.3.2014 I 274

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Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.8.1985 + + +)
(+ + + measures due to United Vtr. BauMaschMeistPrV Appendix EV + + +)

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Based on the first sentence of § 46 (2) of the Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), the most recent of which is Article 24 (2) of the Law of 24. August 1976 (BGBl. 2525), and pursuant to Article 42 (2), first sentence, of the Craft Code, as amended by the 28. December 1965 (BGBl. 1), which was last amended by Article 25 (2) of the Law of 24. August 1976 (BGBl. 2525), after consultation with the main committee of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training in accordance with Section 19 (1) of the Vocational Training Promotion Act (VET) Act of 23 June 2009, the following amendments shall be made to the following: December 1981 (BGBl. 1692), in agreement with the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs: Non-official contents of the table of contents

§ 1 Objective of the examination and designation of the Completion

(1) In order to prove the knowledge, skills and experience acquired through the professional training of the master builder, the competent authority may carry out exams in accordance with § § 2 to 9.(2) The examination shall determine whether the examination participant has the necessary knowledge, skills and experience, the following tasks of a construction machine master in the construction industry as a manager between planning and execution in which he/she is responsible.
1.
Co-act with the planning of machine-technical Devices;
2.
Setting up, monitoring, and maintenance of the machine-technical area, including maintenance, maintenance, and maintenance of the equipment and equipment; Maintain the necessary equipment; create machinery, workshop and construction site reports;
3.
Transfer the tasks, taking into account technical requirements, economic and social aspects on employees according to their performance, qualification and suitability; familiar-ing and guidance of the employees; seeking a partnership relationship with the employees; forwarding the suggestions and concerns of the employees with their own assessment; efforts to cooperate closely with the management and the works council; vocational training of employees;
4.
Monitor the development of costs and performance; create spare parts and materials, and ensure quality and quantity controls; influence the maintenance, including repair of equipment and equipment, to ensure trouble-free and timely work; to ensure smooth operation of operations; cooperation with other operational units; Contracting authorities, third parties and public authorities;
5.
Ensuring the necessary measures in the field of occupational safety and health and accident prevention, in coordination with those in operation with the Persons and bodies involved in work safety; attention to environmental protection provisions.
(3) The successfully completed examination leads to the recognised qualification of the master construction machine master. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Admissions requirements

(1) To be checked, the person who is
1.
a successfully completed final exam in a relevant recognized training profession and then a professional practice which is at least 5 years on the basis of the training period prescribed in the training regulations for the training occupation, or
2.
successfully completed final examination in another recognized industrial-technical or craft-related vocational training occupation, and thereafter at least three years of professional practice or
3.
a minimum of six years of work experience
. The professional practice referred to in the first sentence must be carried out in activities on construction sites or in repair workshops which are conducive to the professional training of the master of construction machinery.(2) By way of derogation from paragraph 1, it may also be permitted to examine who, by presenting certificates or in any other way, makes it credible that he has acquired knowledge, skills and experience that justify the admission to the examination. unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Outline and content of the review

(1) The qualification for the certified building machine master includes:
1.
the economic, legal, and social part according to § 4,
2.
the engineering part according to § § 4. 5,
3.
the vocational and occupational pedagogical part.
(2) The examination consists of the test parts referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 of paragraph 1. These can be checked in any order at different test dates, starting with the last test piece no later than two years after the first test day of the first test piece.(3) The acquisition of professional and occupational pedagogical aptitude is due to a successfully completed examination in accordance with § 4 of the Trainers Suitability Regulation or by another successfully completed comparable examination in front of a public or state-owned to establish a recognised educational institution or a state examination board. Proof of proof is to be provided before the last examination has been completed. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Economic, legal and social part

(1) In the economic, legal and social and social and social part, the following is available: checking the following subjects:
1.
Basics for cost-conscious action,
2.
Basics for legal action,
3.
Basics for collaboration on the Workplace.
(2) In the examination subject "Basics for cost-conscious action", the examiner is to prove that he possesses basic economic knowledge and can identify and assess economic relationships. In addition, he is to prove in particular that he can assess organisational problems of the workplace in their importance as cost factors and can use the necessary organisational techniques in the hands of examples from practice. Within this framework, you can check:
1.
From the economics:
a)
Production forms,
b)
Economic Systems,
c)
National and international corporate and organizational forms and their Mergers,
d)
national and international organizations and federations of the economy;
2.
from business administration:
a)
Operational Organization and Construction Management:
aa)
Building Organization,
bb)
Work Planning,
cc)
Work Control,
dd)
Work Control,
ee)
cost accounting,
b)
Organization and information techniques.
(3) The examination subject "Basics for legal action" is intended to provide evidence of basic legal knowledge of the participants in the examination. In particular, it should demonstrate, on the basis of operational and practical cases, that it can identify and assess the importance of the legislation for its functional area. You can check in this frame:
1.
From the Basic Law:
a)
Fundamental Rights,
b)
legislation,
c)
jurisprudence;
2.
from labor law and social law:
a)
labor contract right,
b)
labor rights, including labor security right,
c)
Operational Constitutional Law, Co-Determination Law,
d)
Collectional Contract Law,
e)
Social Security Law;
3.
Public and Private Construction Law and Environmental law.
(4) In the examination subject "Basics for cooperation at the workplace", the examiner is to prove that he has a basic sociological knowledge and that he/she has sociological relationships at the workplace. can recognize and judge. In this context, you can check:
1.
The basics of people's social behavior:
a)
single development process,
b)
Group behavior;
2.
The influences of the enterprise and the construction site on the social behavior:
a)
Work organization and social measures,
b)
Design of worktop and construction site facilities,
c)
Leadership basics
3.
Construction machine master influences on operation and on the construction site:
a)
The role of the construction machine master,
b)
Co-operation and Communication,
c)
Guide techniques and leadership behavior.
(5) Examination in the examination subjects referred to in paragraph 1 shall also be conducted orally in writing and in the examination subject referred to in paragraph 1 (3).(6) The written examination shall not take more than 7 hours. It consists of a period of at least 1.5 hours per examination subject from a work to be carried out under supervision.(7) In the oral examination in the examination subject referred to in paragraph 1 (3), the examination subject shall demonstrate that he is able to identify certain situations of occupation, clarify its causes and propose appropriate solutions to the problem. . It is to be assumed from a practice-oriented, operational situation task. The test should not take longer than 30 minutes per test participant.(8) If a lack of examination performance has been provided in no more than one of the subjects mentioned in paragraph 1 (1) and (2), an oral supplementary examination shall be offered in the subject. If there is insufficient examination performance, this possibility does not exist. As a rule, the supplementary examination should not take more than 20 minutes. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination are combined to form a note. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Construction machinery part

(1) In the engineering part of the building, check in the following subjects:
1.
Machine-engineering basics,
2.
Construction machines and construction equipment,
3.
Maintenance and repair technology,
4.
Construction Engineering.
(2) In the "Machine Engineering Basics" examination subject, the examiner is to prove that he has knowledge of mathematical and natural sciences. Solution of technical tasks can also be used with the help of computing devices and table books. In addition, he is to prove that he uses technical drawings and sketches as the basis for working instructions, as well as the materials commonly used in the field of construction machinery with regard to the technological properties and possible uses. can be described. In this frame, you can check:
1.
Calculate with size equations, numerical values, and Device equations;
2.
Calculating technical sizes, in particular:
a)
powers and moments,
b)
work, performance, and efficiency,
c)
uniform and evenly accelerated motion,
d)
simple Strength calculations,
e)
Current, Voltage, and Resistance;
3.
finished Production-oriented sketches, taking into account the drawing standards;
4.
Properties and use of metallic materials as well as the modification of material properties Heat treatment;
5.
Properties and requirements for plastics when used in construction machines;
6.
Properties and requirements for gasoline and diesel fuels as well as their storage;
7.
Properties and Application areas of lubricants.
(3) In the examination subject "Construction machinery and construction equipment", the test participant is to demonstrate that he/she is responsible for the design, function and operating conditions of the machines to be used in the various construction areas. Equipment knows and can derive from their characteristic quantities assignments of the machines and devices to one another. In addition, he is to prove that he knows the fundamentals of control and control technology and can explain their significance in construction machines and construction equipment. In this context, you can check:
1.
Machines and devices for concrete production and processing, especially concrete mixers, concrete mixing plants, dosing and dispatching systems, scale systems for binders and aggregates, concrete pumps and auxiliary equipment, concrete conveying lines with tube arches and hoses, concrete inside and outside vibrators;
2.
Transport and conveying equipment, in particular construction elevators, series and small-scale hoists, tower cranes, mobile and car cranes, load-bearing facilities, Personnel receiving means;
3.
Ground construction machinery, in particular rope and hydraulic excavators, leveling and loading equipment on wheels and chains, ram and drawing equipment, tamper, Vibratory plates and rollers;
4.
Machinery and equipment for groundwater lowering and water supply, in particular water pumps on construction sites, water pumping with pumps, Pumps and their accessories for open and closed groundwater lowering;
5.
Machinery and equipment for basic construction, in particular drilling methods for rotary and/or rotary drilling and drilling operations. Rotary percussion drills, single-and multi-rope grippers, drilling grippers, trench wall grippers;
6.
Machinery and equipment for road construction, in particular floor-mounted pavers on caterpillars and wheels, Paving screed and their components, heating possibilities of the screed, manual and automatic levelling devices, ground stabilization machines;
7.
Compressed air and tunnelling equipment, in particular pressure air operated hand tools and machinery, ventilation systems and their piping systems, compressed air generators.
(4) In the examination subject "Maintenance and repair technology", the test participant is to be demonstrate that, by measuring and checking the condition and wear of the machinery and equipment, it will detect disturbances and determine the replacement parts necessary for the repair of the damage during repair, and the necessary Assess and select machining and connection techniques. It should also demonstrate that it knows the structure and function of combustion engines and can assess and select appropriate measures for their maintenance and repair in construction machinery. It should also demonstrate that it is aware of the effects and dangers of electric power and that it can lead to the elimination of defects in the detection of defects. In this context, you can check:
1.
Measuring and processing methods, in particular, measuring and measuring equipment, and Measurement methods, tolerances in accordance with DIN, methods of non-cutting and machining production, including the associated processing machines and tools;
2.
Connection techniques, especially screws, pins, splines, wedges, presses, welding and brazing;
3.
Machine elements and assemblies, in particular axes, shafts, pegs, bearings, gears, seals, chains and cables, clutches, gears and brakes;
4.
Basics of hydraulics and pneumatics, in particular basic elements for hydraulic and pneumatic systems as well as circuit signs, application areas of hydraulic and pneumatic systems, Characteristics and conditions of use for hydraulic fluids, elimination of faults in hydraulic and pneumatic circuits;
5.
The basics of electrical engineering, in particular, construction machinery and motor vehicle electrics, electrical drive, supply, protection and protection systems, regulations and instructions for intervention in electrical installations, basic electronic terms;
6.
Energy Conversion and Economic Energy Use in Combustion Engines;
7.
Maintenance and Recruitment work on internal combustion engines.
(5) In the "Construction Technology" examination subject, the test participant is to prove that he/she is involved in situation descriptions and drawings with the help of relevant documents. Solve a construction-technical task and justify the solution steps. In this engineering task the task is to set up, guide and dissolve a workplace in terms of construction machinery, including technical and personnel equipment, taking into account the work preparation, the Time planning as well as occupational safety and environmental protection provisions are developed and presented. You can check in this frame:
1.
Setting up a worksite:
a)
Devices and Machines,
b)
Energy and Water Supply,
c)
Labor Deployment,
d)
Operating materials and spare parts;
2.
Leading a worksite:
a)
Monitoring and controlling device state,
b)
detecting operational malfunctions,
c)
maintenance of construction equipment and Construction assets;
3.
Resolving a worksite:
a)
Solving and removing machine-based devices, and restoring the original state of the utilities,
b)
Creating Device Health Reports,
c)
Capture of Operating Materials and Spare parts.
(6) The written exam consists of a work to be done under supervision and should not take more than 12 hours in total. The minimum times are in the test subject:
1.Machine engineering basics: 2 hours,
2.Construction machines and construction equipment:2 hours,
3.Maintenance and repair technology:3 hours,
4. Construction Technology:3 hours.
(7) A lack of audit performance has been performed in no more than one of the subjects mentioned in paragraph 1. to offer an oral supplementary examination in this. If there is insufficient examination performance, this possibility does not exist. As a rule, the supplementary examination should not take more than 20 minutes. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination are combined to form a note. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Invoice of other audit services

The examination participant is at the request of the dissection of individual examinations. If another comparable test has been successfully taken in front of a public or state-approved educational institution or before a state examination board, and if the relevant body has successfully completed a similar examination, the competent authority must free the examination components from the competent body. Registration for the training examination takes place within five years from the date of notification of the existence of the other examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Existence of the examination

(1) The test parts according to § 3 (1) No. 1 and 2 are to be assessed separately. For each of these parts of the examination, a note is to be considered as an arithmetic mean of the assessments of the performances in the individual examination subjects. The grades of written and oral examinations in an examination subject are to be summed up to form a note; the note of the oral examination performance in accordance with § 4 (7) has the double weight.(2) The examination has been passed if the examination participant in the economic, legal and social and social and social test section in all subjects of the construction engineering examination part, as well as in the written and practical part of the profession and at least sufficient benefits have been provided for the work-based educational examination.(3) On the existence of the test, a certificate shall be issued in accordance with the Annex, page 1, and a certificate according to the Annex, pages 1 and 2. In the case of the exemption pursuant to § 6, the place, date and name of the examination board of the other consideration shall be given in place of the notes on the notes. Unofficial table of contents

§ 8 retry of the review

(1) A check that has not passed can be repeated twice.(2) With the request for a repetition of the examination, the examination participant shall be exempted from individual examination subjects and examination subjects if he has performed at least sufficient performance in a previous examination and he is within the two years, calculated from the date of completion of the examination not passed, for the reexamination of the test. The examination participant may apply for the examination to be carried out again. In this case, the last result will be taken into account. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Transitional rule

The up to the end of the 31. The audit procedures started in August 2009 can be completed in accordance with the previous rules. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 1985, in force. Non-Official Table of Contents

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(site: BGBl. I 1985, 183-184;
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(label of competent authority)



through the
Approved completion check
Certified construction machine master

Herr/Frau .....................................................................
born on ............................ in ........................................
has ................................ The approved completion test

Certified construction machine master

according to the regulation on the approved completion of the

construction machine master of the 23. January 1985 (BGBl. 177),
, the most recent of which is Article 3 of the Regulation of 26 June 2009. March 2014
(BGBl. I p. 274) has been changed,

.

This degree is assigned to level 6 in the German and European Qualifications Framework
; see Notice from 1. August 2013
(BAnz AT 20.11.2013 B2).

Date ............................................................
Signature ............................................................

(Seal of the responsible Location)





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Results of Review

Note
I. Economic, legal and socio-economic part ..........
1. Fundamentals for cost-conscious actions ..........
2. Foundations for right-wing action ..........
3. Basis for the cooperation on the workplace ..........
(In the case of § 6: " The examination participant was according to § 6
with regard to the ...... in ...... prior to ......
audit component
...... ")

II. Construction Machine Part ..........
1. Machine-technical basics ..........
2. Construction machinery and construction equipment ..........
3. Maintenance and repair technology ..........
4. Construction operating technology ..........
(In the case of § 6: " The test participant
has been referred to in accordance with § 6 in respect of the ......
in ...... before ...... completed examination of the test component ......
. ")

III. Professional and occupational pedagogic suitability
According to § 3 paragraph 3, the examination participant has the proof
of the acquisition of the professional and occupational pedagogical
suitability by the examination on the ...... in ...... before ..........






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Annex EV Excerpt from EinigVtr Asset I Chapter XVI, Area C, Section III,
(BGBl. II 1990, 889, 1135)

Federal law shall enter into force in the area referred to in Article 3 of the Treaty with the following measures:
1.
Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), as last amended by § 19 of the Law of 23. December 1981 (BGBl. 1 and 2, § § 25, 29 (1), § 43 (1) and (2), § 46 (2), § 76 (2), § 77 (5), § 80 (2), § 81 (4), § 82 (2), § § 93, 95 (4), § 96 (2), issued on the following legal regulations Measures:
a)
Legal regulations according to § 21 paragraph 1 of the law require separate entry into force by the Federal Minister of Education and Science by means of a regulation which does not require the approval of the Federal Council. Legal regulations according to § 29 (1) and § 43 of the Act require the separate entry into force by the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs or the otherwise responsible Minister of Trade in agreement with the Federal Minister of Education and Science by Legal Regulation, which does not require the consent of the Federal Council.
b)
The competent authority may take up to 31 years of age. 1 December 1995 derogations from the training regulations according to § 25 of the Act, if the requirements imposed by technical regulations cannot yet be met. The exceptions are temporary. In agreement with the Federal Minister of Education and Science, the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs or the Minister for Economic Affairs may, in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science, not require the approval of the Bundesrat, the power of the Federal Minister for Education and Science Limit or cancel.
c)
The regulations in training regulations according to § 25 of the law on training in incompany training centres (§ 27 of the Law) shall not be applied if the competent authority determines that such training is not possible.
d)
On the entry into force of the law on the Entry into force of the Vocational Training Act of the Federal Republic of Germany in the German Democratic Republic-IGBBiG-of 19. July 1990 (GBl. 907), existing training conditions are to be completed under the new rules, unless training under the new rules is not possible or the apprentice is a continuation under the previous rules expressly wishes. If the termination of the apprenticeship according to the new training regulations is not possible in the previous establishment, the responsible employment office and the responsible body are obliged to support the apprentice, a new training establishment , which continues training under the new training regulations.
e)
The training period is to be extended in accordance with Section 29 (3) of the Act, to the extent that a
f)
The application of § § 76, 77, 80 to 82, 86, 88, 90, 92 to 96 of the Act and of the provisions of these provisions. Regulations issued by the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs or the Minister for Education and Science, in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science, shall be governed by a decree law which does not give the consent of the Federal Council
g)
Companies are obliged to maintain practical vocational training appropriately, as far as this is necessary for the fulfilment of teaching contracts. , which before the entry into force of the law on the entry into force of the Vocational Training Act of the Federal Republic of Germany in the German Democratic Republic-JGBBiG-of 19. July 1990 (GBl. I n ° 50 p. 907). For business academies and other vocational education and training institutions, this shall be at least up to 31. December 1990. At the request of the Chambers of Craftwork and the Chambers of Commerce and Industry, it is necessary to examine the extent to which existing capacities of practical vocational training (in particular training workshops) are used as training centres for over-the-job training. or as a trusteeship to the above-mentioned chambers for use.
h)
As long as the competent authority referred to in § § 79, 87, 89 and 91 of the Act If they do not exist, the country determines the competent authority.
i)
Apprentices trained according to the classification of skilled workers will be appointed according to the following: , unless the Federal Minister of Economics or the Minister for Economic Affairs of the Federal Republic of Germany, in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science, has not, in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science, examined by means of a regulation which does not Federal Council needs to adopt transitional rules on procedures and responsibilities.
k)
The examination procedure in the course of the accession of the European Union in the Vocational training and vocational retraining will be completed according to the previous rules