Regulation Concerning Vocational Training To The Construction Materials Tester / To The Construction Materials Examiner

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Baustoffprüfer/zur Baustoffprüferin

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Regulation on vocational training for building materials examiner/building material examiner

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BauStoffPrAusbV 2005

Date of release: 24.03.2005

Full quote:

" Regulation on the Vocational training for building materials examiner (s) of 24. March 2005 (BGBl. I p. 971) "

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 8.2005 + + +)

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), which was last amended by Article 184 (1) of the Regulation of 25 June 2008. November 2003 (BGBl. 2304), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is responsible for: unofficial table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the training profession

The training profession building material examiner/building material examiner is recognized by the state. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

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

§ 3 Objective of vocational training

The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation shall be based on: Work and business processes are mediated. They are to be conveyed in such a way that the trainees are qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Vocational Training Act, which in particular is responsible for planning, carrying out and controlling self-employed persons , as well as the actions in the overall operational context. The qualification described in sentence 2 shall also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 9 and 10. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Vocational training in inhouse training centres

Vocational training is available in accordance with the Training framework plan (facility) to be supplemented and deepened during a period of eight weeks as follows in in-company training centres, provided that this cannot be done in the course of training:
1.
in the first 18 months of vocational training during three weeks of skills and knowledge Section I, current numbers 8, 11 and 12, and
2.
in the second 18 months of vocational training, during five weeks, skills and knowledge from Section I Number 12 and 14.
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§ 5 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following Skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the training company,
3.
Safety and Health at the Work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Apply information systems and Communication techniques,
6.
Planning, preparing, and controlling work processes, working in a team,
7.
Read and apply technical documentation,
8.
Apply work materials, building materials, Binding agents, mixtures and recycling materials,
9.
Performing sampling and rehearsals
10.
Apply Rule Sets,
11.
Lab Technology Apply,
12.
Perform Measurements and Checks,
13.
Control and Evaluate Work results,
14.
Processing, evaluating, editing, and documenting data,
15.
Business Management, Customer Orientation,
16.
Performing a Quality-assurance Action.
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§ 6 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge mentioned in § 5 are to be taken into consideration Geotechnics, mortar and concrete technology as well as asphalt technology are mediated according to the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in the plant. 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. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Training plan

The trainees have a training plan for the apprentices on the basis of the training framework plan. Create a training plan. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Report Sheft

The trainees have a report booklet in the form of a training certificate. They should be given the opportunity to carry out the report sheet during the training period. The trainers have a regular review of the report booklet. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out to determine the level of training. It is to take place before the end of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in the Annex for the first 18 months, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course in accordance with the framework curricula, insofar as it is applicable to the Vocational training is essential.(3) In the practical part of the examination, the test specimen shall carry out three work tasks in a total of no more than five hours. In particular, the work tasks are:
1.
Performing a sampling including Producing a sample
2.
Determining physical parameters of a sample
3.
Determining the sample chemical characteristics of a sample,
4.
Measuring and sketching a sample or
5.
Values of measurement results and creation of a result log.
(4) In the written part of the exam, the examinee is to perform a total of 180 minutes of tasks, which to relate to practice-related cases, from the following areas:
1.
Manufacturing, Properties and use of working materials, building materials and building materials as well as mixtures,
2.
Sample frame and sample preparation,
3.
Application of lab technology, technical documentation and rulebooks,
4.
chemical and physical Basic, exams and calculations.
(5) In the test, the test item is intended to show that it is used to determine work steps and equipment, to use technical documentation as well as to take measures on safety and health protection at work, on the Environmental protection and quality assurance can be taken into account. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in the asset, and Knowledge, 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) In part A of the examination, the test item shall carry out three work tasks in a total of not more than seven hours, and within that time, in a total of no more than 15 minutes, conduct an expert discussion, which may consist of a number of discussion phases. In particular, the work tasks are:
1.
Perform physical checks on a Sample including the assessment of the test results,
2.
Perform chemical tests on a sample including the evaluation of the test results. Test results,
3.
Performing a sampling and preparing and preparing a sample, including process analysis,
4.
computer-aided evaluation, preparation, and presentation of sample or
5.
Perform a recipe calculation and make a mixture.
When creating tasks, the focus of the training should be taken into account. In the course of the implementation, the examinee is to show that he is planning work processes independently of the economic, technical, organizational and temporal requirements, and that he can identify work relationships, control work results, and , as well as measures relating to safety and health protection at work, environmental protection and quality assurance can be taken. Through the expert discussion, the examinee is to show that he is presenting subject-related problems and their solutions, showing the technical background relevant to the work task, as well as justifying the course of action in the execution of the work task. can.(3) The test specimen shall be examined in writing in Part B of the examination in the examination areas of building material technology, testing technology and laboratory technology as well as economic and social studies. In the examination areas of building materials technology as well as testing technology and laboratory technology, practice-related tasks with linked information technology, technological and mathematical facts are to be analysed, evaluated and evaluated. solution. The aim of the test is to show that they take into account occupational safety, health and environmental protection regulations, plan the use of working and building materials, construction products, binders, mixtures and recycling materials, and also the Assign laboratory equipment, comply with regulations and manufacturer specifications, and include quality assurance measures. For this purpose, in particular:
1.
for the examination area Baustofftechnologie:
a)
Manufacture, properties, influencing factors, requirements, and use of work, construction raw and Building materials, construction products and mixtures,
b)
Chemical and physical properties and characteristics;
2.
for the Test Engineering and Laboratory Technology exam area:
a)
Laboratory technology, technical documentation and rulebooks,
b)
Testing Methods and Testing Devices,
c)
Prepare, perform, compute, and evaluate measurements and checks,
d)
subject-specific and economic calculations;
3.
for the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relationships of the profession
(4) For Part B of the review, the following time limits are to be assumed:
1.in the Examination area building materials technology90 minutes,
2.in the examination area testing technology and Lab technology150 minutes,
3.in the Business and Social Science exam area 60 minutes.
(5) Part B of the examination must be supplemented by an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual examination areas, if they are responsible for the existence of the Check the rash. When determining the results for the examination areas examined orally, the results obtained so far and the corresponding results of the oral supplementary examination in a ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within Part B of the examination, the examination areas are to be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Building materials technology35 percent,
2.Examination area testing technology and laboratory technology 45 percent,
3.Economic and social science exam area20 %.
(7) The test is passed if at least sufficient performance has been provided in the test part A and the test part B. In two of the examination areas of the examination part B, at least sufficient performance must be provided, in the further examination area of the test part B must not have been provided an insufficient performance. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Transitional rules

On vocational training conditions that exist at the time of entry into force of this Regulation, the , unless the Contracting Parties agree to the application of the provisions of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2005, in force. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 6)
Training framework for vocational training for building materials examiner

(find site: BGBl. I 2005, 974-982)
I. Common skills and knowledge
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with self-sufficient planning, implementation and control Timely guide values in weeks in
1. -18. Month 19. -36. Month
1 2 3 4
1Vocational Training, Work and Tarifrecht
(§ 5 No. 1)
a)
Significance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
name mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c)
Possibilities of professional
d)
essential parts of the employment contract
e)
essential parts of the contract
Provisions of the collective agreements applicable to the establishment of the
throughout the training taught
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 5 No. 2)
a)
Exacting the structure and tasks of the forming enterprise
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise such as offer, procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the training company and its employees to economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation legal
3 Safety and Health At work
(§ 5 No. 3)
a)
endanger health and safety at work and take action to avoid it
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
accidents behaviors Describe as well as initial measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to improve the safety of fire Fighting fire-fighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 5 No. 4)
In order to avoid operational environmental pressures in the occupational exposure area contribute, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures due to the training operation and its contribution Explain how to protect the environment
b)
apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; feed fabrics and materials to environmentally friendly disposal
5 Apply information systems and communication techniques
(§ 5 No. 5)
a)
Edit Work Tasks with Information and Communication Systems
b)
Information Obtain and evaluate
c)
Use data systems, observe data protection rules
d)
Applying foreign language technical terms
3 *)
e)
Create conversation logs
f)
Preparing and performing the
3 *)
6 Schedule, prepare and control work processes, work on team
(§ 5 No. 6)
a)
Collect work order and translate preferences for feasibility Check
b)
Planning work processes taking ergonomic, ecological, economic and safety aspects into account, setting up work equipment; Consider the performance directories
c)
work in a team, structure and schedule work tasks in terms of content and time
d)
Setting up, securing, maintaining, and clearing work places, taking ergonomic considerations into account
e)
Ensuring Energy Supply
f)
Separate, store, and dispose of waste materials
g)
Apply regulations for handling hazardous substances
h)
personal Apply work protection and work hygiene measures
5 *)
i)
recognize work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
j)
Votes with those involved in the building; detect disruptions in the workflow and take action
k)
represent facts
l)
Estimate time and personnel support, time spent documenting
4 *)
7 Read and Apply technical documentation
(§ 5 No. 7)
a)
technical documentation, especially sketches, drawings, standards sheets, parts lists, tables and operating instructions, read and apply
b)
sketch out the test body and sketch the outline sketch, enter measurement points
c)
standardized units of measurement, Apply coordinate systems and scales
d)
Read maps and plans, determine areas of investigation, and points in the field and on buildings
e)
Hand sketches and scale-appropriate drawings with standard dimensions and hatchings
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8 Apply work materials, building materials, binders, mixtures and recycling materials
(§ 5 no. 8)
Working materials
a)
labeling and storing working materials, respecting regulations
b)
homogeneous and heterogeneous materials, especially lye, acids and solvents, distinguish and use
c)
Use indicators by use
d)
Energy sources, in particular electrical energy, gas and water, use according to technical requirements, consider hazards
Building raw materials
e)
Assign building raw materials to rule sets, determine requirements
f)
Building raw materials according to species, origin and purpose of use, in particular rock formations, water and additives, distinguishing
Binder
g)
Map binders to rule sets, determine requirements
h)
Binders based on species, origin and purpose
Mixtures
i)
convert lab mixture creation details
j)
laboratory mixes by rule set
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Building raw materials
k)
Impact of raw material properties on product quality
l)
Test procedure at the Input control of building raw materials
m)
Additives and additives are distinguished on the basis of their labelling and taking into account their effect applying
n)
distinguishing recycled materials and assigning them to the intended use
Binder
o)
The influence of the binder properties on product
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9 Perform sampling and production from samples
(§ 5 No. 9)
a)
Create sample plans
b)
Sample liquids and solids sampling
c)
Close samples, make mixing samples, homogenize samples
d)
Samples label, create sampling logs
e)
packing, storing, and preparing samples for transport
f)
Select devices to remove samples, handle, maintain, and hold in
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g)
Sample Body, especially by sawing, grinding and matching,
2
10 Apply Rule Sets
(§ 5 No. 10)
a)
Assigning and applying rule sets for construction products, building materials, floors, contaminated sites and recycling materials
b)
Assigning and applying audit standards, instructions and rules
c)
Identify measurement tolerances and set
d)
Apply rules when dealing with units of measure and curves
e)
Rule Sets Apply occupational safety measures in field investigation work on waste and contaminated sites
f)
Rules for the handling of hazardous substances in the case of hazardous substances. Applying sample removal, packaging and
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g)
Review and determine normal
3
11 Apply Laboratory Technology
(§ 5 No. 11)
a)
Testing devices for the manual and automatic detection of physical and chemical characteristics Select and deploy
b)
Laboratory equipment and equipment, in particular mixers and compaction equipment, for use in preparing, operating, and in the state of the art
c)
Working safety devices, in particular ventilation and ventilation, taking into account laboratory
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d)
Disability of devices and devices and measures to fix
e)
calibrate and adjust laboratory
3
12 Perform measurements and checks
(§ 5 No. 12)
Physical Methods
a)
Messwitnesses To measure and test lengths, angles, surfaces and bodies according to the required measurement accuracy and handle
b)
grain size distribution determining
c)
densities of solids and liquids
d)
dimensions and Measure the evenness of construction products
e)
Use electrical measuring devices
f)
Temperature, Measurement of air pressure and humidity
g)
Determine the moisture content of substances
Chemical methods
h)
distinguish and use indicators by use
i)
determine pH values
j)
Calculate mass fractions, mass and substance concentrations
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Physical Methods
k)
determining the strength and deformation characteristics
l)
Measuring conductance
m)
Validate Colors
n)
Determine the solids content of solutions and suspensions
o)
Check the hardness of fabrics
p)
External nature, in particular by visual inspection, assess
q)
Check weathering resistance
r)
Material behavior toward water and Check gases
s)
Perform a transmittance check
Chemical methods
t)
determine ash content and loss of glow
u)
detect cations and anions
v)
perform gravimetric and volumetric determinations; represent
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13 Control and evaluation of work products
(§ 5 No. 13)
a)
detect and document test and production dispersion, Consider correlations
b)
visualize correlations of different characteristics
c)
Calculate mean values, standard deviations and coefficients of variation, statistically evaluate measurement series
d)
Evaluate test results according to rules from rule sets, take action in case of deviations, and initiate
e)
Distinction Security Concepts
5
14Processing, evaluating, editing, and documenting data
(§ 5 No. 14)
a)
Audit reports and result logs creating
b)
maintaining and backing up
3
c)
computational methods to create investigation results, tables, databases, and graphics apply
d)
Note retention periods for data from laboratory tests and production controls
e)
graphically prepare audit data
f)
apply subject-specific software
g)
Photographic images for documentation production and
5
15 Business Management, Customer Orientation
(§ 5 No. 15)
a)
Perform work in a customer-oriented
2
b)
Performance directories under How to take account of business processes and cost planning
c)
Talking to the situation
d)
Test methods and results to explain to customers
e)
Complaints and forward
f)
Collect and compute
3
16 Perform quality-assurance measures
(§ 5 No. 16)
a)
Preferences for production control and task handling apply
b)
Perform production, transport, processing, and storage controls
c)
Control of measuring tolerances
d)
Results for plausibility
6 *)
e)
Tasks and goals of quality assurance measures based on operational examples and contributing to the improvement of work in one's own workspace
f)
Observe maintenance intervals on devices and perform control measurements
2 *)
*)
Are related to other training contents listed in the Education Framework Plan broker.
II. Skills and knowledge in the emphases
A. Geotechnics
1 Apply working materials, building materials, binders, mixtures and recycling materials
(§ 5 No. 8)
a)
Check the floors and recycling materials for earth and water structures for usability
b)
Load capacity testing of floors and rock
c)
Water influences on the use of soils
d)
Methods and modes of action of soil improvers and solidification differ
e)
Installation and Select the soil compaction
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2 Apply Rule Sets
(§ 5 No. 10)
a)
Applying standards-compliant shorts for soils and rock rock as well as labeling by side components
b)
Determine the ground groups and classes by standards
c)
Determine the rock by rule
2
3 Perform measurements and checks
(§ 5 No. 12)
Field Investigations
a)
Perform holes and sondiations, perform layer directories and probe logs
b)
assessing drill holes from digestion holes and setting up ground water measuring points
c)
Measuring ground water levels
d)
Measuring gases
e)
Include peculiarities in terrain surfaces and carts
f)
compaction control procedure Select and perform
g)
Perform filling, sicker, and pump tests
h)
Include rock caps and measure the interface fabric
i)
Materials and soils on pollutants
j)
Determine consistency limits
k)
Perform Grain Density, Density and Cavity Determinations
l)
Determine lime content
m)
Perform Proctor Attempts
n)
locksest and densest storage of non-binding floors determining
o)
Perform printing attempts
p)
Determine shear strengths
q)
Perform source attempts
r)
Determine the water permeability of soils
s)
determining the water absorption capacity of floors
Measurements
t)
Length and height measurements, especially straight lines, season and angle measurements, perform
u)
Measuring instruments, especially for location and height measurement, calibrating, setting up, operating and keeping in
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B. Mortar and concrete technology
1 Apply work materials, building materials, binders, mixtures and recycling materials
(§ 5 No. 8)
a)
screed, plaster, mortar and concrement by species
b)
Create recipes by rule set and check for standard
4
2 Performing sample frames and making samples
(§ 5 No. 9)
a)
Preparing measuring points for tests on buildings or products
b)
Material samples, in particular Drill cores, construction works or products
c)
Measure, sketch, and describe drill cores
d)
Rules used for the sampling of concrete, plaster, screed, mortar and its starting materials
e)
remove water and residual water and check variable parameters
f)
Sample body made of fresh mortar and -emphasize
4
3 Applying rule sets
(§ 5 No. 10)
a)
Control the production of construction products by rulebook
b)
Auditing scope and limits from the specifications of the Control production control
c)
Log production controls
d)
Concrete varieties of a concrete family and determine their normal conformity
e)
Betone depending on the environmental conditions, the exposure classes
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4 Perform measurements and Audits
(§ 5 No. 12)
a)
The bending tensile, splitting, adhesive and compressive strength of concrete, mortar and construction products are determined
b)
consistency, air pore content and bulk density of concretes and mortar
c)
binder, water content and grain composition of concrete or mortars
d)
Determine the content of harmful components in the rock and in water samples
e)
determining chemical compositions of binding agents
f)
Deforming behavior of concrete, mortar and Measuring construction products
g)
Measuring the setting behavior of concrete, mortar and binding agents
h)
Check the grain composition, raw, shaking and clean density of rock basins
i)
Funits and Determine grain distributions of binders and fillers
j)
Check Frost and Thousand Resistance of Construction Products
k)
Water claim of binders, fillings and rock formations
l)
Damage to buildings and Capture construction products
m)
Determine the optimal water content for the compression of humid concrete
n)
Review Concrete and Reinforcement Distances
o)
Water retention of concrete and mortar
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C. Asphalt technology
1 Apply working materials, building materials, binders, mixtures and recycling materials
(§ 5 No. 8)
a)
Excercting asphalts and building materials with tar-and pech-containing ingredients according to environmental compatibility, determine re-usability
b)
Distinguish additions by properties and assign them to use
c)
bitumen-containing binder according to varieties and processibility, and assigned to the intended use
d)
Calculating the composition of test mixes for audit purposes
4
2 Perform sampling and production of samples
(§ 5 No. 9)
a)
Sample frames in the production of asphalt in mixing plants
b)
Sample frame during installation of Perform asphalt
c)
Perform sampling of asphalt fasteners, in particular drill core sampling
d)
Select the sampling method for bituminous binders
e)
Test samples for asphalt manufacturing
f)
Separating Asphalt Layers, especially by sawing
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3 Apply Rule Sets
(§ 5 No. 10)
a)
Applying the system of quality assurance in asphalt technology
b)
The design of the asphalt construction differs, apply rules
c)
Asphaltartes and varieties Distinguish rules, apply rules
2
4 Perform measurements and checks
(§ 5 No. 12)
a)
Determine the binder content of asphalt by extraction, regain binding agent by vacuum distillation in a rotary evaporator
b)
Check recovered rock formations from asphalt
c)
Space density of asphalt probebodies, in particular by hydrostatic processes and by measuring the volume, determining
d)
volumetric characteristics and compaction level of asphalt determining
e)
Checking resistance to mechanical stress, especially Marshall testing and intrusion test
f)
Test methods for the use behavior of asphalt
g)
Effectiveness of additives check
h)
Measure layer thicknesses, check layer composite
i)
Surface properties of Check asphalt surfaces
j)
Determine the grain shape and rupture surface of rock baskets
k)
Check the needle penetration, softening, breaking point, and elastic return of bituminous binders
l)
The use properties of bitumen-containing binders are different, assign test methods
m)
weathering resistance of rock formations, in particular water absorption, frost and frost-thousand-salt resistance, check
n)
Apply test method for shattering and polishing resistance of rock
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