Regulation Concerning Vocational Training In The Construction Industry

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung in der Bauwirtschaft

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Regulation on vocational training in the construction industry

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BauWiAusbV 1999

Date of completion: 02.06.1999

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" Regulation on vocational training in the Bauwirtschaft vom 2. June 1999 (BGBl. 1102), which was last amended by Article 1 of the Regulation of 20 December 2008. February 2009 (BGBl. I p. 399) "

:Last modified by Art. 1 V v. 20.2.2009 I 399

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Based on § 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 35 of the Regulation of 21 December 2008. September 1997 (BGBl. 2390), and section 25 (1) in conjunction with paragraph 2, first sentence, of the Craft Regulations, as amended by the notice of 24 March 2011. September 1998 (BGBl. 3074), each in conjunction with Article 56 of the Law on Jurisdiction Adjustment of 18. March 1975 (BGBl. 705) and the organisation of the organisation of the 27. October 1998 (BGBl. 3288), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, arranges: Non-official Table of Contents

Content Summary

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First Part
Common Rules
§ 1State Recognition of Training Professals
§ 2Training Duration
§ 3Basic education and objectives of the Vocational Training
§ 4 Vocational training in inhouse training centres
Part
Regulations on the training occupations Hochbaufachworker/Hochbaufacharbeiterin, Ausbaufachworker/Ausbaufacharbeiterin and Tiefbaufachworker/Tiefbaufacharbeiterin
1.section
 Hochbaufachworker/Hochbaufacharbeiterin
§ 5 Training professional image
§ 6Training Framework Plan
§ 7Training Plan
§ 8report_sheft
§ 9Intermediate Review
§ 10 Home Audit
2. Section
Expansion Worker/Expansion worker
§ 11Training professional image
 § 12Training Framework Plan
 § 13Training Plan
§ 14report_sheft
§ 15 Intermediate Review
§ 16final check
3. Section
Underground worker/lowland worker
§ 17training professional image
§ 18Training framework plan
§ 19Training Plan
§ 20 Reporting Sheepe
§ 21 Intermediate Review
§ 22final check
third part
Regulations for the training occupations based on § 1 (1) (2) to (4) and (2) nos. 1 and 2
1.section
Maurer/Maurerin
§ 23Training professional image
§ 24Training framework plan
§ 25 Training Plan
§ 26Report Sheepe
§ 27Auditing/journeyingexam
2.section
Concrete and reinforced concrete constructors/concrete and reinforced concrete builders
§ 28Training professional image
§ 29Training framework plan
§ 30 Training Plan
§ 31report_sheft
§ 32Auditing/journeyout audit
3.section
Fire and chimney builder/fire and chimney grower
§ 33Training professional image
§ 34Training framework plan
§ 35 Training Plan
§ 36report_sheft
§ 37Auditing/journeyingexam
3a.section
Construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology/construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology
§ 37aTraining professional image
§ 37b Training Framework Plan
§ 37cTraining Plan
§ 37dreport_sheft
§ 37efinal check
4.section
 Zimmerer/Zimmerin
§ 38Training professional image
§ 39Training Framework Schedule
§ 40 Training Plan
§ 41report_sheft
§ 42Auditing/journeyingexam
5.section
Stukkateur/Stukkateurin
 § 43Training professional image
 § 44Training Framework Plan
 § 45Training Plan
§ 46 Reporting Sheepe
§ 47 Auditing/journeyout
6. Section
Tiles, plates and mosaics/tiles, plates and mosaics
 § 48Training professional image
 § 49Training Framework Plan
 § 50Training Plan
§ 51 Reporting Sheepe
§ 52 Auditing/journeyout
7. Section
Ebark Lever
§ 53Training professional image
§ 54Training Framework Plan
§ 55Training Plan
§ 56 Reporting Sheepe
§ 57 Auditing/journeyout
8. Section
Heat, cold and sound insulation insulation/heat, cold and sound insulation insulation
§ 58Training professional image
§ 59Training Framework Schedule
§ 60 Training Plan
§ 61report_sheft
§ 62Auditing/journeyingexam
9.section
Dry construction engineer/dryer assembly technician
§ 63Training professional image
§ 64Training Framework Plan
§ 65 Training Plan
§ 66report_sheft
§ 67final check
10.section
 Road builder
§ 68Training professional image
§ 69Training framework plan
§ 70Training Plan
§ 71 Reporting Sheepe
§ 72 Auditing/journeyout
11. Section
Pipe grower/piping grower
§ 73Training professional image
§ 74Training Framework Plan
§ 75Training Plan
§ 76 Reporting Sheepe
§ 77 Auditing
12. Section
Channel Builder/Channel Builder
§ 78Training professional image
§ 79Training Framework Plan
§ 80Training Plan
§ 81report_sheft
§ 82 Home Audit
13. Section
Brunnenbauer/Brunnenbauerin
§ 83Training professional image
 § 84Training Framework Plan
 § 85Training Plan
§ 86report_sheft
§ 87 Auditing
14. Section
specialty deep grower
§ 88Training professional image
 § 89Training Framework Plan
 § 90Training Plan
§ 91report_sheft
§ 92 Auditing
15. Section
Track builder
§ 93Training professional image
§ 94Training Framework Plan
§ 95Training Plan
§ 96report_sheft
§ 97 Auditing
Fourth Part
Transition and Final rules
§ 98 Transitional Regulation
§ 99Entry into force, external force
Attachments
Appendix 1Training framework for high-level training workers/to high-level construction worker
 I. Professional Basic Education
 II.Professional Education
 A. Focus on masonry work
B.Focus on concrete and Reinforced concrete work
C.Focus on fireworks and chimney construction
Appendix 2Training framework for the training for the expansion worker/expansion worker
I. Occupational Basic Education
II.Professional Education
A.Room work focus
B.Focus Stukkateurworks
C.Focus on tile, tile, and mosaic work
D.Focus Ebar Work
E.Focus on heat, cold and sound protection works
F. Focus on dry construction work
Appendix 3Training Framework for Vocational Education and Training Low-level worker (s)
 I.Basic Vocational Training
 II.Professional Specials
A.Focus on Road Construction Work
  B.Focus on pipeline construction work
C. Focus on sewer construction work
D.Fountain-and Special Deep Construction
E.Focus on track construction
Annex 4Training framework for professional training as a mason
Appendix 5 Training framework for vocational training for concrete and reinforced concrete constructors/for concrete and reinforced concrete growers
Attachment 6 Training framework for vocational training for fire and chimney growers/fire and chimney growers
Installation 6aTraining framework plan for vocational training as a building mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology/to the construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology
Annex 7Training framework for carpentry training/carpentry
Asset 8Training framework plan for vocational training on the Stukkateur/Stukkateurin
Attachment 9 Training framework for vocational training for tiles, plates and mosaics/tiles, plates and mosaics
Appendix 10 Training Framework for Vocational Education and Training for the Ebar-publisher
Appendix 11 Training framework for professional training for the insulation of heat, cold and sound insulation/for the insulation of heat, cold and sound insulation
Appendix 12 Training framework for vocational training for the dry-building fitter/to the dry-building fitter
Attachment 13 Training Framework for Vocational Training for Road Builder
Attachment 14 Training framework for vocational education and training for piping constructors
Attachment 15 Training framework for the training of the sewer/sewer in the sewer
Annex 16Training framework for training vocational training as well as a well-grower
Appendix 17Training framework for vocational training for the Speciality deep grower
Annex 18Training framework for vocational training as a track builder/ Track

First Part
Common Rules

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§ 1 State Recognition of Vocational Training occupations

(1) According to § 25 of the Crafts Regulations for an apprenticeship in the commercial business No. 1 Maurer and Betonbauer, No. 3 Zimmerer, No. 5 road builder, No. 6 heat, cold and Silencer, No. 7 Brunnenbauer, No. 9 Stukkateure of Appendix A of the Crafts Order, No. 1 Tiles, Plates and Mosaics, No. 3 Ear feeder of Appendix B Section 1 of the Craft Regulations, as well as pursuant to Section 25 of the Vocational Training Act the following training occupations recognized by the state:
1.
the training occupations:
a)
high-growth worker/high-level worker,
b)
Expansion Worker/Expansion Worker,
c)
Deepebaed Worker/Construction Workers ' In;
2.
which is on the high-rise worker/on the Training occupation:
a)
Maurer/Maurerin,
b)
concrete and reinforced concrete builder/concrete and reinforced concrete builder,
c)
Fire and chimney constructors/fire bricks/fireworks and chimney maker;
3.
the training occupations built up on the building worker/on the expansion worker:
a)
carpenter/roomin,
b)
Stukkateur/Stukkateurin,
c)
Fliesen, Plate, Mosaic, Plate, and Mosaic Mosaic legend,
d)
Ebar publisher,
e)
Heat, cold, and cold Soundproof insulation/heat, cold and sound insulation insulation;
4.
which is based on the underground construction worker/on the civil engineering worker Training occupations:
a)
Roadbuilder/Road builder,
b)
Brunnenbauer/Brunnenbauerin.
2) According to § 25 of the Vocational Training Act, state-of-the-art in the field of industry is recognized as follows:
1.
the training profession based on the high-construction worker/high-building worker Construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology/construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology;
2.
of the construction worker on the expansion worker/on the expansion worker Construction-based training occupation of dry-building fitter/dry-building fitter;
3.
the training occupations based on the deep-building worker/on the deep-building worker:
a)
pipe builder/piping builder,
b)
Channel builder/channel builder,
c)
specialty deep grower,
d)
Gleisbauer/Gleisbauerin.
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§ 2 Duration of training

(1) A total of 36 months is required for the development of the stages in the construction industry.(2) The training in the first stage of the training occupations of the high-building worker/high-building worker, the extension worker/construction worker or the deep-building worker/deep-building worker lasts 24 months. In the training occupations of the second stage based on this, the training lasts another 12 months.(3) apprentices who are the first year to visit a school-based vocational training year introduced under national law in accordance with a regulation in accordance with § 29 (1) of the Vocational Training Act or in accordance with § 27a (1) of the Craft Code In the second year of training, in-company training is to be expected. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Basic Vocational Training and Vocational Training Objective

(1) The training in the first year of training provides a basic vocational training course if the company training in accordance with this Regulation and the training in the vocational school are carried out in accordance with the provisions of the national law on the vocational training year.(2) The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation shall be communicated in such a way as to enable the trainee to carry out a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Vocational Training Act, which shall: shall include, in particular, independent planning, implementation and control. This qualification must also be demonstrated in the intermediate examination and in the final examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Vocational training in inhouse training centres

(1) Vocational training is commensurate with the Training framework plans (Appendices 1 to 18) for a period of 32 to 37 weeks, as follows, to be supplemented and deepened in over-company training centres:
1.
in the first year of training: 17 to 20 weeks,
2.
in the second year of training: 11 to 13 Weeks,
3.
in the third year of training: 4 weeks.
(2) The competent body regulates the duration of vocational training in over-company training centres in the framework of the time constraints laid down in paragraph 1 (1) and (2). Where the competent authority does not have a rule, the definition shall be determined by the person responsible for the training.(3) A provision made in accordance with paragraph 2 shall be binding for the duration of the vocational training relationship.(4) The duration of the holiday is to be calculated on the basis of the duration of the vocational training in the company training centre.

Second part
Regulations for the training occupations Hochbaufachworker/Hochbaufacharbeiterin, Construction worker/Construction worker and underground worker/underground worker

1. Section
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§ 5 Training professional image

Subject of the Vocational training is at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work- and Tarifrecht,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Check, store and select building and construction materials,
8.
Read and apply drawings, Finished sketches,
9.
Perform measurements,
10.
Machining of wood and Manufacture of wooden joints,
11.
Production of concrete and reinforced concrete components,
12.
Manufactution of structures made of stones,
13.
Construction of insulation materials for the heat, cold, sound and Fire protection,
14.
Making Pushing,
15.
Making Screeds,
16.
Set and lay tiles and disks,
17.
Manufacch of tiles and disks
Components in dry construction,
18.
Production of excavations and ditches, Installation and water retention,
19.
Making traffic routes,
20.
Relaying and connecting connections and connections. Disposal lines,
21.
Quality-assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 6 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge mentioned in § 5 shall be taken into consideration in the focus "Maureruns", " Beton-und Reinforced concrete work "as well as" fire and chimney construction work " according to the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of vocational training contained in Appendix 1 for basic vocational training and for vocational training (training framework plan). An outline of the training content, which deviates from the training framework within the basic vocational training and within the vocational training course, is particularly permissible, insofar as the specific operating conditions are that require the deviation. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Training plan

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

§ 8 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

§ 9 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out to determine the level of training.(2) In the case of the vocational training relationship, the intermediate examination shall take place at the end of the first year of training for the first stage in accordance with § 1 (1) (1) (a).The intermediate examination referred to in paragraph 2 shall apply to the skills and knowledge referred to in Annex 1, Section I, under heading 1 to 20, and to the skills and knowledge referred to in Annex 1 to the Framework curriculum in the vocational education and training course. Teaching material, insofar as it is essential for vocational training.(4) The test item shall carry out a practical task in a maximum of six hours. In doing so, the test piece should show that it can plan the work steps, set building materials and tools, secure the workplace, be aware of health protection and can justify the execution of the task orally or in writing. In particular, the following areas are eligible for the practical task:
1.
Production of single-layer Wall plaster,
2.
Making a masonry body up to 24 centimetres wall thickness with a wall-binding wall,
3.
Making a board formwork for a rectangular reinforced concrete part as a foundation or support, including support and protection against displacement,
4.
Making a cross-section of rectangular reinforcing cage.
(5) The vocational training ratio provides training for the first and second stages according to § 1 para. 1 no. 1 Point (a) and (2) (1), the intermediate examination shall take place at the end of the second year of training.(6) The substantive requirements of the interim examination referred to in paragraph 5 arise from § 10 (1) to (4). Non-official table of contents

§ 10 final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in Appendix 1; 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. The aim of the test is to show that it is able to determine the working steps independently, to control the work product, and to take measures on safety and health protection at work and for the protection of the environment. In particular, the practical task is
1.
in the focus on masonry:
a)
Making a masonry body made of small or medium-sized stones in different sizes Cards,
b)
Making a masonry body with niche or opening and covering or
c)
Making a VerglendmauerwerkskBody in different tape types;
2.
in Focus on concrete and reinforced concrete:
a)
Making formable formwork for a rectangular in-situ concrete support with beam connection and reinforcement,
b)
shells of a straight staircase with a podium finish or
c)
Making concreted formwork for a reinforced concrete finish with reinforcement;
3.
in Focus on fire-fighting and chimney construction:
a)
Making a masonry body for fire-fighting or exhaust systems with movement joints and show hole,
b)
Manufacturing a multi-layer masonry body for combustion plants or
c)
Making a chimney shank section made of masonry.
3) The test piece is to be considered in the written part of the examination in the examination areas. Tasks, construction works in the construction industry as well as economic and social studies will be examined. In the examination areas Focus-related tasks and structures in building construction are to demonstrate that they are in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic content to practice-related cases can be solved. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Priority tasks:
a)
in the focus on masonry work:
aa)
Mauermörtel,
bb)
Verbandsarten für Mauerwerke,
cc)
Masonry for different building bodies,
dd)
enclosures, bullets, and Shafts,
Ee)
Openings and Overlappings;
b)
in the focus on concrete and reinforced concrete work:
aa)
Making concrete, concrete strength classes,
bb)
Processing, post-treat and review Concrete,
cc)
Sages for supports, walls, ceilings and straight stairs, including connectors,
dd)
reinforcements, built-in parts,
ee)
Design types for straight staircases and Subassembly ceilings,
ff)
Concrete processing equipment;
c)
Focus on fire and chimney construction:
aa)
Wall mortars as well as fireproof and fireproof and fireproof Insulation mortars,
bb)
Masonry for fire and exhaust systems,
cc)
exhaust systems and Chimneys;
2.
in the building test area:
a)
Construction and construction materials and finished parts,
b)
Work, protection and load-bearing scaffoldings,
c)
Formwork, reinforcements, concrete and reinforced concrete components,
d)
Steinen Building Body,
e)
Exhaust Systems and chimneys,
f)
Sealing against moisture and non-pressing Water,
g)
Heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
h)
adjacent work in the expansion: Components made of wood, plaster, screed,
i)
adjacent works in civil engineering: excavations and ditches, construction and open water retention, plaster ceilings and panel coverings, supply and Disposal lines;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social contexts of the professional and social sciences. Work World.
(4) The written part of the review does not take at most:
1.in the Examination area Focus-related Tasks100 minutes,
2.in the examination area Construction works in building 100 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies40 Minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination shall be supplemented, at the request of the test item or at the discretion of the examination board, in individual areas by an oral examination, if the examination board is responsible for the existence of the examination . In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Priority tasks40 of the Hundred,
2.Auditing area Construction works in building 40 of the Hundred,
3.Economic and social science exam area 20 of the hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if at least two examination areas at least in the written part of the examination as well as within the written part of the examination are at least have been provided with sufficient performance. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) The final examination in the training occupation Hochbaufachworker/Hochbaufacharbeiterin shall apply in the case of continuation of the vocational training in one of the building occupations according to § 1 (1) No. 2 and subsection 2 no. 1 as an intermediate examination in accordance with § 42 of the Vocational Training Act.

2. Section
Construction worker/expansion worker

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§ 11 Training professional image

Subject of the Vocational training is at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work- and Tarifrecht,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Check, store and select building and construction materials,
8.
Read and apply drawings, Finished sketches,
9.
Perform measurements,
10.
Machining of wood and Manufacture of wooden components,
11.
Construction of concrete and reinforced concrete components,
12.
Making building bodies from stones,
13.
Checking and preparing subsets,
14.
Einconstructing insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
15.
Manufactution of plaster and Stuck,
16.
Production of screeds,
17.
Set and move tiles and Plates,
18.
Manufacching components in drywall construction,
19.
Quality-assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 12 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 11 are to be found under Taking into account the main areas of work, "room work", "stucco work", "tile work, plate and mosaic work", "painting work", "thermal, cold and sound protection works" and "dry construction work" according to the in Appendix 2 for vocational training Basic education and guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in the vocational training. An outline of the training content, which deviates from the training framework within the basic vocational training and within the vocational training course, is particularly permissible, insofar as the specific operating conditions are that require the deviation. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 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

§ 14 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

§ 15 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out to determine the level of training.(2) The vocational training ratio shall include a training for the first stage in accordance with § 1 (1) (1) (b), the intermediate examination shall take place at the end of the first year of training.The intermediate examination referred to in paragraph 2 shall apply to the skills and knowledge referred to in Annex 2, Section I, under heading Nos 1 to 17, as well as to the skills and knowledge required in the vocational education and training course in accordance with the framework curriculum. Teaching material, insofar as it is essential for vocational training.(4) The test item shall carry out a practical task in a maximum of six hours. The test piece is intended to show that it is able to plan the working steps, to fix building materials and tools, to secure the workplace, to respect the health protection and to justify the execution of the task orally or in writing. In particular, the following areas are eligible for the practical task:
1.
Production of Wall-dry plaster,
2.
Making a wooden component with at least two different wood joints,
3.
Making a straight stucco profile,
4.
Making a substructure including Planking,
5.
Manufacture of a composite,
6.
Making an insulation with Jacket,
7.
Set tiles in thick-bed or thin-bed procedures,
8.
Verlay of floor tiles in the thick-bed process.
(5) The vocational training ratio provides training for the first and second stages according to § 1 (1) (1) (b) and (3) or (2) no. 2, so the intermediate examination shall be carried out at the end of the second Training year.(6) The substantive requirements of the interim examination referred to in paragraph 5 arise from § 16 (1) to (4). Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in Appendix 2 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the test piece is intended to show that it is able to determine the working steps independently, to control the work product, and to take measures on safety and health protection at work and for the protection of the environment. In particular, the practical task is to:
1.
in the main room work:
a)
Manufacture of a roof construction part for a saddle roof or walmroof,
b)
Making a bar layer with replacement or
c)
Making a bar layer with a replacement or a
c)
Partition wall;
2.
in the main area of stucco work: manufacture of a wall or ceiling surface from a combination of stucco, plaster and Drywork;
3.
focusing on tile, plate, and mosaic work:
a)
Place floor tiles or sheets in the thick-bed process, including preparing the base tile and setting the base tile,
b)
Place wall tiles or sheets in the thick-bed process, including injection-molding and joints, or
c)
Application of wall tiles and laying of floor tiles in thin-bed process and joints;
4.
in the Epaint work focus:
a)
Making a balancing richs with different inclinations,
b)
Making a composite with a different inclination A groove or a wall connection made of screed or
c)
Verlaying a floor covering made of webs or plates;
5.
in the focus heat, cold and sound insulation work: attaching insulation materials to piping as well as making and assembling a jacket with two Unwinding;
6.
in the main focus on dry construction work: manufacture of a wall and ceiling construction with spatula work.
(3) The test piece is to be written in the written part The examination in the examination areas focuses on tasks related to the focus, construction works in the expansion as well as economic and social studies. In the examination areas Focus-related tasks and structures in the expansion shall be shown by the examinee that he/she in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic content practice-related cases can be solved. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Focus-related tasks:
a)
in the focus on room work:
aa)
Hölzer and Wood Materials,
bb)
Protect wood surfaces,
cc)
woodworking machines,
dd)
Wooden constructions for ceilings, roofs, timberwork and timber frame construction,
ee)
Doors, gates, sashes, and straight stairs;
b)
in the focus on stuccoater work:
aa)
Putzmörtel und Kunstharzputze,
bb)
Application of inner and outer plasters,
cc)
wire plaster constructions,
dd)
dragging and setting stucco profiles,
ee)
Manufacturing walls in dry construction,
ff)
Sanieren and repair of plaster and Stuck;
c)
in the focus on tile, plate, and mosaic work:
aa)
tiles, tiles, mosaics, shaped pieces, and profiles,
bb)
mortar groups, slide and Thin-bed mortar,
cc)
Review and prepare for reasons,
dd)
Clothing and coverings for split, vertical, horizontal, and sloped surfaces,
ee)
motion joints,
ff)
Sealing Against Soil Moisture and Non-pressing Water,
gg)
Clothing in conjunction with Clothing and coverings;
d)
in focus work:
aa)
mortar groups, Ebar mortar,
bb)
Check and Prepare Undergrounds,
cc)
Divide and balance sheets, composite sheets, separating layers, floating screeds and ready-to-use pains,
dd)
Spotlight, Edge, Moves,
ee)
Plates, Railways, and laminates;
e)
in the focus of heat, cold and sound protection work:
aa)
Insulation materials, materials for coverings and substructures, surface protection materials,
bb)
Tools, Devices and Machines,
cc)
Substructures,
dd)
ee
Making dusks and dusks,
Sheaths,
ff)
Calc Protection;
f)
in the focus on dry construction work:
aa)
Dry plaster, gypsum plasterboard, gypsum fibreboard,
bb)
walls made from gypsum wall panels,
cc)
mounting walls,
dd)
Undercover and Ceiling coverings, scoops and aprons,
ee)
Wall dry plaster and Attachment shells;
2.
in the construction audit area:
a)
Construction and Construction Aids and finished parts,
b)
Reviews of Undergrounds,
c)
Heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
d)
Wood and drywall constructions,
e)
Coating and Clothing of Surfaces,
f)
Sealing against moisture and non-pressing Water,
g)
adjacent work in building construction;
3.
in the audit area of Economic and Social and social studies: general economic and social contexts of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.Focus-related tasks in the Examination Area100 minutes,
2. in the Auditing section Bauwerke im Expansion100 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies40 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination is, at the request of the test item or at the discretion of the examination board, in individual areas by a to supplement the oral examination if it can give a rash for the existence of the test. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Priority tasks40 of the Hundred,
2.Auditing scope of buildings in expansion 40 of the Hundred,
3.Economic and social science exam area 20 of the hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if at least two examination areas at least in the written part of the examination as well as within the written part of the examination are at least have been provided with sufficient performance. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) The final examination in the training occupation of the working-age worker shall be considered as an intermediate examination in accordance with § 1 (1) (3) or (2) (2) as an intermediate examination in accordance with § 42 of the German Occupation: Occupation of the Skilled Worker Vocational Training Act.

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§ 17 Training professional image

Vocational training is at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work- and Tarifrecht,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Check, store and select building and construction materials,
8.
Read and apply drawings, Finished sketches,
9.
Perform measurements,
10.
Machining of wood and Manufacture of wooden joints,
11.
Production of concrete and reinforced concrete components,
12.
Manufactution of bricks from stones,
13.
Manufactution of excavations and ditches, Verbuilders and Water retention,
14.
Production of traffic routes,
15.
Assembly and connection of connections and disposal systems,
16.
Quality-assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 18 training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 17 are to be taken into consideration in the areas of "road construction work", "pipeline construction work", "canal construction work", "well construction and special civil engineering works" as well as "track construction work" according to the guidance on factual and professional training contained in Appendix 3 for basic vocational training and for vocational training the chronological breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan). An outline of the training content, which deviates from the training framework within the basic vocational training and within the vocational training course, is particularly permissible, insofar as the specific operating conditions are that require the deviation. Non-official table of contents

§ 19 Training plan

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

§ 20 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

§ 21 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out to determine the level of training.(2) The vocational training ratio shall include a training for the first stage in accordance with Article 1 (1) (1) (c), the intermediate examination shall take place at the end of the first training year.(3) The intermediate examination referred to in paragraph 2 shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in Annex 3, Section I, under heading Nos 1 to 15, as well as to those referred to in the vocational education and training course according to the framework curriculum. Teaching material, insofar as it is essential for vocational training.(4) The test item shall carry out a practical task in a maximum of six hours. The test piece is intended to show that it is able to plan the working steps, to fix building materials and tools, to secure the workplace, to respect the health protection and to justify the execution of the task orally or in writing. In particular, the following areas are eligible for the practical task:
1.
plugging a Component,
2.
Making an unbound load-bearing layer,
3.
Making Paving ceilings and sheet coverings made of artificial stones,
4.
Movement of small precast concrete parts,
5.
Verconstructing and Saving a Line Graben,
6.
Build pipes and fittings or from Profiles,
7.
Making a masonry body.
(5) The vocational training ratio includes a training for the first and second stages according to § 1 (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1) (1)) Point (c) and (4) or (2) (3), the intermediate examination shall take place at the end of the second year of training.(6) The substantive requirements of the interim examination referred to in paragraph 5 arise from § 22 (1) to (4). Non-official table of contents

§ 22 Final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in Appendix 3 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the test piece is intended to show that it is able to determine the working steps independently, to control the work product, and to take measures on safety and health protection at work and for the protection of the environment. In particular, the practical task can be:
1.
in the focus Road construction work: manufacture of a plaster ceiling and a panel covering with longitudinal and transverse inclination and enclosure;
2.
in the centre of gravity pipeline construction: manufacturing a pressure pipe line using different materials, assigning different shaped pieces and performing a pressure test;
3.
in the center of gravity Channel construction:
a)
Making a masonry bottom part, fitting joint pieces, and Manufacture of berms and cloves or
b)
Making a free-spout line using different materials as well as installation of branches and Shaped pieces;
4.
in focus on well construction and special engineering work:
a)
Making a hole and running a layer directory,
b)
Making a wiring section including installation of a pipeline or
c)
Installing a pressurized tank system including the production of a workpiece component;
5.
in the main track construction work:
a)
Making a track joke, including a Notlasch connection, or
b)
Making a Bahndammes.
(3) In the written part of the examination, the examinee is to be examined in the examination areas of focus-related tasks, construction works in civil engineering as well as economic and social studies. In the examination areas Focus-related tasks and structures in civil engineering should be shown to the examinee that he/she, in particular, by linking work organisation, technological, mathematical and graphic content, practical cases can be solved. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Focus-related tasks:
a)
in the focus on road construction:
aa)
road construction surveying,
bb)
drainage,
cc)
backing for blankets and coverings,
dd)
Paving blankets and plate coverings,
ee)
Asphalt blankets;
b)
in focus piping work:
aa)
Measurements in pipeline construction,
bb)
Tubes, fittings and moldings,
cc)
insertion of pressure piping,
dd)
laying and securing cables,
ee)
Chess builder;
c)
in the main channel construction work:
aa)
Measurements in sewer construction,
bb)
Pipes, fittings and shaft components,
cc)
installation of waste water pipes as
dd)
Cable and back-up cables,
ee)
Chess builders;
d)
in the focus on well construction and special engineering work:
aa)
Brunnenbau and Spezialtiefbau measurements,
bb)
Edit workpieces,
cc)
Building piping,
dd)
Building ground holes,
ee)
Making and expanding holes Groundwater reporting points,
ff)
Final structures and water supply systems;
e)
in the main track construction work:
aa)
Traffic-securing measures,
bb)
track-building measurements,
cc)
dehydrating a web body,
dd)
substructure,
ee)
Oberbau,
ff)
Tools and machines for laying tracks;
2.
in civil engineering examination area:
a)
Hazards and security measures in excavations and trenches,
b)
Construction and construction materials as well as finished parts,
c)
soil types and floor classes,
d)
Construction pits and Trenches,
e)
Devices and Machines,
f)
open water retention,
g)
traffic routes and traffic areas,
h)
supply and disposal systems,
i)
adjacent work in building construction;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general the economic and social context of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not take place at most:
1. Priority-related tasks in the exam area100 minutes,
2.in the Construction works in the civil engineering sector100 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and Social studies40 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination is due to an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual areas. , if they can give a rash for the passing of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Focus-related tasks40 of the hundred,
2.Construction works in civil engineering 40 of the Hundred,
3.Economic and social science exam area 20 of the hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if at least two examination areas at least in the written part of the examination as well as within the written part of the examination are at least have been provided with sufficient performance. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) The final examination in the training occupation of the civil engineering worker is considered to be an intermediate examination in accordance with § 1 (1) (4) or (2) (3) as an intermediate examination in accordance with § 42 of the German law. Law on Vocational Training.

Third Part
Regulations for the training occupations based on § 1 (1) (2) to (4) and (2) no. 1 to 3

1. Section
Maurer/Maurer

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§ 23 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete,
8.
Manufactution of structural elements Stones,
9.
Building insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
10.
Manufacturing Putzen,
11.
Sanieren, Maintenance, and Backup of Baubodies,
12.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 24 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 23 shall be taught in accordance with the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in Appendix 4. 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

§ 25 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

§ 26 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

§ 27 Final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination extends to those listed in annexes 1 and 4. Skills 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is:
1.
Making a masonry body with Stops and with openings or niches, including an overlap as a bow, and with a pillar or a template with a bulge in the ornamentine,
2.
Manufacturing a two-shell masonry with air layer and thermal insulation or
3.
Making a formwork including the reinforcement for a beam or a support in connection with a masonry body.
(3) In the written part of the examination, the test specimen is to be examined in the examination areas of buildings made of stones, buildings in the building construction as well as economic and social studies. In the examination areas Building bodies made of stones and structures in building construction, the test piece is intended to show that it will solve practical cases, in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic content. can. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Building Stones:
a)
Wall mortars,
b)
Masonry types for masonry,
c)
single-and two-shell masonry, pillar and templates,
d)
natural stone masonry,
e)
staircases,
f)
Constitutions and Exchanges,
g)
Skull,
h)
Openings and Overlappings,
i)
Exhaust Systems;
2.
in the building review area:
a)
Heat, cold, sound and fire protection, thermal insulation composite systems,
b)
manufacture of concrete, Concrete strength classes,
c)
Brett formwork, formwork panels, composite panels and system formwork, visible concrete formwork,
d)
reinforcements,
e)
concrete and reinforced concrete building body,
f)
Sealing against non-pressing and pressing water,
g)
Sanating, repairing, and saving Building bodies,
h)
adjacent works in the expansion: components made of wood, thermal insulation and special plasters, screeds,
i)
Adjacent work in civil engineering: excavations and ditches, construction and open water retention, paving ceilings and plate coverings, supply and disposal lines;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies are particularly suitable: general economic and social relationships of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the check does not last at most:
1.in the test area Building Body of Steinen 150 minutes,
2.in the field of testing in building construction150 Minutes,
3.in the Economic and Social Science Examination Area60 minutes.
(5) The The written part of the examination shall be supplemented by an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination committee in individual areas, if the examination may give a rash for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Building body made of stones40 of the Hundred,
2.Auditing area Construction works in the building 40 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he fulfilled the requirements of § 10 in that examination, so that he reached the conclusion of the construction work of the construction of the high-building construction worker. The requirements laid down in § 10 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, an insufficient performance may not have been provided in any of the subject-related examination areas.

2. Section
Concrete and reinforced concrete constructors/concrete and reinforced concrete builders

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§ 28 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Safety and health at work,
4.
Environment,
5.
Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Making concrete and concrete components Reinforced concrete,
8.
Building insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
9.
Maintenance and refurbishing of concrete and reinforced concrete components,
10.
Quality-assurance measures and Reporting.
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§ 29 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 28 are to be based on the Annex 5 provides guidance on the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training framework plan). 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

§ 30 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

§ 31 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

§ 32 Final examination/journeyman test

(1) The final examination extends to those listed in Appendixes 1 and 5. Skills 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is
1.
Making a formwork with reinforcement for falls, undercuts, supports and cantilever panels with ceiling connectors or
2.
Making a formwork with reinforcement for a staircase, including pedestal.
(3) The test piece is to be examined in the written part of the examination in the examination areas of components made of concrete and reinforced concrete, structural elements of stones as well as economic and social studies. In the test areas of components made of concrete and reinforced concrete as well as building structures made of stones, the test specimen is intended to show that it is practical in particular by linking work organisation, technological, mathematical and graphic content. can resolve cases. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the Components Examination Area Concrete and reinforced concrete:
a)
manufacture of concrete, concrete strength classes,
b)
processing, post-treating, and checking concrete,
c)
Betone with special Properties,
d)
Brett formwork, formwork panels, frame and large-surface formwork, special formwork,
e)
Spannbeton,
f)
Built-in Parts,
g)
Sealing,
h)
Concrete and remediation of concrete and reinforced concrete components,
i)
Heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
k)
exposed concrete,
l)
Unterfangungen;
2.
in the test area Building bodies of stones:
a)
Mauermörtel,
b)
and two-shell masonry,
c)
exhaust systems,
d)
Working, protection and Scaffolders,
e)
adjacent works in civil engineering: excavations and ditches, construction and open water retention, plaster ceilings and panel coverings, and Disposal lines;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social contexts of the professional and social sciences. The working world.
(4) The written part of the check does not last at most:
1.in the test area, parts made of concrete and Steel concrete180 minutes,
2.in the test area Building body made of stones 120 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies60 Minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination shall be supplemented, at the request of the test item or at the discretion of the examination board, in individual areas by an oral examination, if the examination board is responsible for the existence of the examination . In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete50 of the hundred,
2.Auditing area of building blocks of stones 30 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he fulfilled the requirements of § 10 in that examination, so that he reached the conclusion of the construction work of the construction of the high-building construction worker. The requirements laid down in § 10 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

3. Section
Fire and chimney builder/Fire and chimney maker

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§ 33 Vocational training

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Safety and health at work,
4.
Environment,
5.
Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Making chimneys and Exhaust systems,
8.
Making fireproof constructions,
9.
Building insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
10.
Erjudging lightning protection systems for external lightning protection,
11.
refurbishing, repairing and securing building bodies,
12.
Quality-saving measures and Reporting.
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§ 34 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 33 shall be defined in accordance with the Annex 6 provides guidance on the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training framework plan). 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

§ 35 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

§ 36 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

§ 37 Final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination extends to those listed in annexes 1 and 6. Skills 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is
1.
Chimney shank section made of brickwork including chimney lining and thermal insulation,
2.
Manufacturing a masonry body for combustion plants with Movement joints and entry opening, or
3.
Making a shaped stone arch made of refractory materials.
(3) The test piece shall be in the written part of the Examination in the examination areas refractory constructions, exhaust systems and chimneys as well as economic and social studies are examined. In the examination areas refractory constructions as well as exhaust systems and chimneys the test specimen shall show that it is in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic contents practical can resolve cases. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered, in particular, from the following areas:
1.
in the audit area Fireproof Constructions:
a)
Fireproof and insulating mortars, tamping, shaking and splashmasses,
b)
firing systems,
c)
brickwork for fireproof constructions,
d)
refurbishing and repairing fireproof constructions;
2.
in the exhaust systems and chimneys:
a)
exhaust systems as well as single-and multi-shell chimneys,
b)
Schornsteingründungen,
c)
refurbishing and repairing exhaust systems,
d)
lightning protection systems for external lightning protection,
e)
adjacent works in building construction: construction of Bricks, concrete and reinforced concrete, seals,
f)
adjacent work in expansion: plaster, screed,
g)
Adjacent work in civil engineering: excavations and ditches, construction and open water retention, paving ceilings and plate coverings, supply and disposal lines;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relationships of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.in the fireproof constructions examination area150 Minutes,
2.in the Exhaust Systems and Chimney Test Area150 minutes,
3.in the examination area economic and social studies60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the exam is on request the test item or, at the discretion of the examination board, in individual areas, by means of an oral examination, if it can give the test for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Fireproof constructions40 of the Hundred,
2.Exhaust Systems and Chimneys Testing Area 40 of the Hundred,
3.Economic and social science exam area 20 of the hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if at least two examination areas at least in the written part of the examination as well as within the written part of the examination are at least have been provided with sufficient performance. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he fulfilled the requirements of § 10 in that examination, so that he reached the conclusion of the construction work of the construction of the high-building construction worker. The requirements laid down in § 10 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, an insufficient performance may not have been provided in any of the subject-related examination areas.

Section 3a
Building mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology/construction mechanic for demolition and demolition. Concrete Separation Technology

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§ 37a Training professional image

The subject of the vocational training is at least the 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.
Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and Flow plan,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Running Bohr-and Separation process with construction machinery and equipment,
8.
Running demolition processes with construction machines and equipment,
9.
Maintain and maintain construction machinery, equipment and vehicles,
10.
Split and interim storage of Demolition materials,
11.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 37b Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 37a shall be subject to the guidance provided in Annex 6a to the objective and the chronological breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan). An outline of the training content, which deviates from the training framework within the basic vocational training and within the vocational training course, is particularly permissible, insofar as the specific operating conditions are that require the deviation. Non-official table of contents

§ 37c 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

§ 37d 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

§ 37e final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the items listed in Appendixes 1 and 6a of the Regulation. Skills 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) The test specimen shall carry out a practical task in the practical part of the test in a maximum of eight hours in total. In particular, the practical task can be:
1.
Cancel a component under Use of construction machinery and equipment,
2.
Performing holes in a building part including cutting of a joint using construction machinery and -devices or
3.
Backup and disconnect a component using construction machines and devices.
The test item should show that it is working Plan and implement the results of the work in a target-oriented way with due regard to economic, technical, organisational and time constraints, monitor and document the results of the work, and measures on safety and health protection of work as well as environmental protection.(3) The examinee shall be examined in the written part of the examination in the examination areas of demolition technology, drilling and separation technology as well as economic and social studies. In the fields of demolition technology as well as drilling and separation technology, technical problems are to be analysed, evaluated and suitable solution paths in particular by linking information technology, technological and mathematical knowledge . The purpose of the test is to show that it takes into account occupational safety, health and environmental protection regulations, to assign the use of tools, equipment, machinery and equipment, to produce planning documents and documentation, Comply with the manufacturer's specifications and include quality assurance measures. Tasks related to practice-related cases, in particular from the following areas, are eligible:
1.
in the demolition area Abort Technology: Describe the procedure for the preparation and execution of demolition work of structures and components made of masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete, steel and wood as well as for the separation, storage and disposal of demolition materials;
2.
in the examination area Bohr and separation technology: Describe the procedure for preparation and perform drilling and separation work on masonry and reinforced concrete structures as well as for cutting joints;
3.
in the examination area Economic and Social studies: general economic and social interrelations of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination must be based on the following time limits:
1.in the demolition area150 minutes,
2. in the Bohr and Separation Auditing area150 minutes,
3.in the Examination area Economic and social studies60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination is in individual cases at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board. To supplement areas by means of an oral examination, if they can give the test for the passing of the examination. In the determination of the results for the test areas examined orally, the current results and the corresponding results of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Demolition technology40 percent,
2.Bohr and parting technique examination area 40 percent,
3.Economic and social science exam area20 %.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he shall, however, in this examination meet the requirements of § 10, he shall have reached the conclusion of the Hochbaufacharbeiter/Hochbaufacharbeiterin (Hochbaufachworker/Hochbaufacharbeiterin). The requirements laid down in § 10 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, an insufficient performance may not have been provided in any of the subject-related examination areas.

4. Section
Zimmerer/Zimmerin

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§ 38 Training professional image

are the subject of vocational training at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Making wooden constructions,
8.
Construction of insulation materials for the heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
9.
Making substructures and garments,
10.
Making, Installation and mounting of components,
11.
Use and maintenance of woodworking machines and tools,
12.
Get and repair timber constructions,
13.
Quality-assurance measures and Reporting.
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§ 39 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 38 are to be based on the Annex 7 provides guidance on the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training framework plan). 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

§ 40 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

§ 41 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

§ 42 Final examination/journeyman test

(1) The final examination extends to those listed in annexes 2 and 7. Skills 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is
1.
tearing up and making a Roof construction, in particular with engraving, throat and Schiftersparren,
2.
tearing up and making nodal points on roof structures, in particular on slopes and Demolitions, with struts, headbands, wrenches and missiles,
3.
Making a roof dormer or
4.
tearing up and making a part of a staircase.
(3) The test piece is to be tested in the written part of the examination in the wooden constructions, components and Economic and social studies will be examined. In the test areas of timber constructions and components, the test piece is intended to show that it can solve practical cases, in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic content. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Wooden constructions:
a)
Tying roofs with gravel and throat rafters,
b)
roof constructions including attachments and roof dormers in different versions,
c)
Designing wooden staircases;
2.
in the Components test area:
a)
Mounting walls and ceiling coverings,
b)
Wood framing parts,
c)
Clothing of wooden constructions and facades,
d)
Get and repair timber constructions;
3.
in the Auditing area Economic and Social studies: general economic and social contexts of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1in the Wooden Constructions Examination Area180 minutes,
2. in the Components Examination Area120 minutes,
3.in the Economic and Economic Auditing Area Social studies60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination is due to an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual areas. , if they can give a rash for the passing of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Wooden Constructions50 of the Hundred,
2.Test Area Components 30 of the Hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, however, in that examination he fulfils the requirements of § 16, he has reached the conclusion of the construction worker/expansion worker. The requirements laid down in § 16 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, an insufficient performance may not have been provided in any of the subject-related examination areas.

5. Section
Stukkateur/Stukkateurin

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§ 43 Training professional image

Subject of vocational training are at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Making Putzen,
8.
Making wire plaster work,
9.
Manufactution and build-in of finished parts,
10.
Manufactution of Dry building constructions,
11.
Running stucco work,
12.
Sanieren and Maintenance of stucco and plaster,
13.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 44 training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 43 are to be used in accordance with the instructions contained in Appendix 8 on the factual and temporal The breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan) is 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. Non-official table of contents

§ 45 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

§ 46 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

§ 47 Final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination/journeyman's examination extends to those in Appendixes 2 and 8 , as well as the teaching material provided in the course of vocational education and training, provided that it is essential for vocational training.(2) In the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task in a maximum of 14 hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. [0050] For the practical task, in particular, the production of a wall and ceiling plaster surface in connection with a dry construction construction as well as with the stucco or stucco drawn on the site is suitable.(3) The examinee shall be examined in the written part of the examination in the examination areas of stucco and plaster, dry construction as well as economic and social studies. In the examination areas of stucco and plaster as well as dry construction, the test specimen is intended to show that it can solve practical cases, in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic contents. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Stuck and Putz:
a)
Composite thermal insulation systems,
b)
Stuckwork,
c)
Sanieren and repair of stucco and plaster,
d)
Estrokes,
e)
Special plaster,
f)
wire plaster constructions;
2.
in the dry building review area:
a)
finished pasta,
b)
Dry construction constructions;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general the economic and social context of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not take place at most:
1. in Stuck and Putz examination area180 minutes,
2.in the examination area Drywall120 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies 60 minutes.
(5) The written part 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 areas, if the examination board is responsible for the The test may be the result of the test. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Stuck and Putz50 of the Hundred,
2.Dry construction exam area 30 of the Hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, however, in that examination he fulfils the requirements of § 16, he has reached the conclusion of the construction worker/expansion worker. The requirements laid down in § 16 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

6.
Tile, Tile, Mosaic, Tile, Tile, Mosaic

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§ 48 Vocational training

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Safety and health at work,
4.
Environment,
5.
Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Construction of insulation materials for heat, cold, and cold, Sound and Fire Protection,
8.
Set and move tiles, plates and mosaics,
9.
refurbishing and repairing garments and coverings from tiles, plates and mosaics,
10.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 49 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge mentioned in § 48 are to be taught according to the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in Appendix 9. 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

§ 50 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

§ 51 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

§ 52 final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination/journeyman's examination extends to those in Appendixes 2 and 9 , as well as the teaching material provided in the course of vocational education and training, provided that it is essential for vocational training.(2) The test specimen shall carry out a practical task in the practical part of the test for a maximum of ten hours in total. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is:
1.
Clothing of a pillar or pillar with tiles, plates or mosaics,
2.
Clothing of parts of a bathroom with wall and floor tiles, or mosaic in the thickness or thin-bed process,
3.
Making a dazzling floor covering made of tiles, plates or mosaics including pedestal,
4.
Making a wall and step covering for a staircase made of tiles, plates or mosaics, or
5.
Making a wall or floor covering made of natural stones.
(3) The test piece is to be examined in the written part of the examination in the wall coverings, floor coverings, and Economic and social studies will be examined. In the examination areas of wall coverings and floor coverings, the test specimen is intended to show that it can solve practical cases, in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic contents. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the wall coverings examination area:
a)
laying plans,
b)
Templates,
c)
Tiles, tiles, mosaics, and wall surfaces Natural stones,
d)
Putze,
e)
Insulation layers and seals,
f)
Monting of disks and finished parts,
g)
Clothing and repairing apparel and Wall coverings;
2.
in the floor coverings inspection area:
a)
Laying Plans,
b)
Templates
Templates,
c)
Floors from tiles, plates, mosaics and natural stones,
d)
Estrokes,
e)
Insulation layers and seals,
f)
Monting of disks and finished parts,
g)
refurbishing and repairing floor coverings;
3.
in the Economic and Social Examination Area Social studies: general economic and social contexts of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1in wall coverings150 minutes,
2. in floor coverings150 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and Social studies60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination is due to an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual areas. , if they can give a rash for the passing of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Wall coverings40 of the Hundred,
2.Floor Coverings 40 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, however, in that examination he fulfils the requirements of § 16, he has reached the conclusion of the construction worker/expansion worker. The requirements laid down in § 16 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

7. Section
Ebar publisher

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§ 53 Training professional image

Subject matter of vocational training are at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Einconstructing insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
8.
Manufactution of Screeds,
9.
Slaying of panels, sheets, sheets, and laminates
10.
Application of Synthetic Resin Layers,
11.
Manufacturing concrete floors,
12.
Sanating and Repairing of screeds and coverings,
13.
Quality assurance and reporting.
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§ 54 training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 53 are to be used in accordance with the instructions contained in Appendix 10 on the factual and temporal The breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan) is 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. Non-official table of contents

§ 55 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

§ 56 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

§ 57 Final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination/journeyman's examination extends to those in Appendixes 2 and 10 skills 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) The test specimen shall carry out two practical tasks in the practical part of the test in a total of eight hours at most. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical tasks are considered:
1.
Manufacn of composite or composite floating screed as underfloor for flooring,
2.
Manufacch of composite stroke or floating screed as a payload,
3.
fabricating single-layer or multi-layer industrial esteel,
4.
applying Synthetic resins,
5.
Verlaying and welding of sheet or plate lining with base system or
6.
Build-up of finished parts.
(3) The test piece is to be tested in the written part of the examination in the examination areas Epaints, floor coverings as well as economic and social studies. . In the test areas of screeds and floor coverings, the test specimen is intended to show that it can solve practical cases, in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic content. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Estrokes:
a)
cavity and double floors,
b)
Manufactution of Estrokes,
c)
Concrete floors,
d)
Insulation Layers and Seals,
e)
Saning and Repairing Screeds;
2.
in the floor coverings audit area:
a)
Laying Plans,
b)
Application of synthetic resin layers,
c)
Plates, Railways and Laminates,
d)
Insulation layers and seals,
e)
refurbishing and repairing coverings;
3.
in the audit area Economic and Social studies: general economic and social contexts of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.in review area Edents150 minutes,
2. in floor coverings150 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and Social studies60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination is due to an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual areas. , if they can give a rash for the passing of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Screeds40 of the hundred,
2.floor coverings 40 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance is not sufficiently evaluated in one of the practical tasks or in one of the examination areas, the examination shall not be passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, however, in that examination he fulfils the requirements of § 16, he has reached the conclusion of the construction worker/expansion worker. The requirements laid down in § 16 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, in none of the practical tasks and in any of the subject-related examination areas an insufficient performance may have been provided.

8. Section
Heat, cold and soundproof insulating/heat, cold and sound insulation insulation

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§ 58 Vocational training

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Safety and health at work,
4.
Environment,
5.
Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Preparing materials of the Surface Protection,
8.
Mounting Substructures,
9.
Measuring, tearing up, Unwinding, dressing and mounting of fittings,
10.
Manufacture of insulation for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
11.
Manufacturing components in drywall construction,
12.
Sanating and repairing insulation for the heat, Cold, sound and fire protection,
13.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 59 training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 58 are to be used in accordance with the instructions contained in Appendix 11 on the factual and temporal The breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan) is provided. An outline of the training content, which deviates from the training framework within the basic vocational training and within the vocational training course, is particularly permissible, insofar as the specific operating conditions are that require the deviation. Non-official table of contents

§ 60 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

§ 61 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

§ 62 Final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination shall cover the list of items listed in annexes 2 and 11. Skills 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) The test specimen shall carry out two practical tasks in the practical part of the test in a total of eight hours at most. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical tasks can be considered:
1.
Fertigen of a shaped piece with at least three different windings, in particular pipe bend, branch, transition piece, mould cap, trouser piece and flattening and
2.
dams of a pipe bend and a pipe branch with mineral wool mats and non-metallic sheathing.
(3) The test piece is to be examined in the written part of the examination in the examination areas of twilight, sheathing and clothing as well as economic and social studies . In the examination areas of twilight and sheathing and garments, the examinee is to show that he/she will solve practical cases, in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic contents. can. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Duscifications:
a)
Materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
b)
Basics of heat, cold and sound technology as well as fire protection,
c)
Requirements at twilight for heat, cold, sound and fire protection,
d)
Load-bearing structures,
e)
Steam brakes,
f)
Cooling cells and cooling spaces,
g)
refurbishing and repairing insulation for heat, cold, sound and fire protection;
2.
in the Rejackings and Clothing Examination Area:
a)
Materials for sheathing and support structures and garments,
b)
Support constructions,
c)
Cracks and unwinding of templates for shaped pieces,
d)
isometric representations,
e)
twists of twists,
f)
Steam brakes,
g)
Cooling cells and cooling spaces,
h)
Drying,
i)
Sealing against moisture and non-pressing water;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relationships of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.in the twilight examination area150 Minutes,
2.in the Rejackings and Clothing section150 minutes,
3.in the examination area economic and social studies60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the exam shall be supplemented, at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the Audit Committee, in individual areas by an oral examination, where such examination may give a rash for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Twilight40 of the Hundred,
2.Auditing and Clothing Auditing Area 40 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance is not sufficiently evaluated in one of the practical tasks or in one of the examination areas, the examination shall not be passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, however, in that examination he fulfils the requirements of § 16, he has reached the conclusion of the construction worker/expansion worker. The requirements laid down in § 16 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, in none of the practical tasks and in any of the subject-related examination areas an insufficient performance may have been provided.

9. Section
Drier installer/Dry assembly technician

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§ 63 Training professional image

Subject matter of the Vocational training is at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work- and Tarifrecht,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Construction of precast floor constructions,
8.
Manufactution of Drywall constructions,
9.
Sanieren and repair of dry building constructions,
10.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 64 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 63 are to be taught in accordance with the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in Annex 12. 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

§ 65 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

§ 66 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

§ 67 Final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in annexes 2 and 12 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. [0050] For the practical task, in particular, the production of a mounting wall in connection with a ceiling construction is contemplated.(3) The examinee shall be examined in the written part of the examination in the examination areas of dry building constructions, remediation and repair of buildings as well as economic and social studies. In the test areas of dry building constructions as well as refurbishing and repair of buildings, the test specimen is intended to show that it is particularly linked to work organization, technological, mathematical and graphic content. can solve practice-related cases. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Dry building constructions:
a)
Mounting walls,
b)
Undercover and ceiling coverings,
c)
Wall-Dry plaster and front shells,
d)
fire protection constructions,
e)
prefabricated floor constructions,
f)
Manufacturing special drywall constructions;
2.
in the Sanieren and Maintenance of structures:
a)
subsequent installation of a bathroom,
b)
post-roof construction,
c)
Saning and repairing Dry building constructions,
d)
Saning and repairing prefabricated floor constructions;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relationships of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.in the Dry-building Design Examination Area180 minutes,
2.in the testing area for refurbishing and repair of buildings120 Minutes,
3.in the Economic and Social Science Examination Area60 minutes.
(5) The The written part of the examination shall be supplemented by an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination committee in individual areas, if the examination may give a rash for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Drywall constructions50 of the hundred,
2.Examination area for repairing and repairing Construction works30 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science exam area 20 of the hundred
(7) The exam is passed if in both the practical and in the written part of the examination as well as within the written part of the examination in at least two examination areas have at least sufficient performance. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, however, in that examination he fulfils the requirements of § 16, he has reached the conclusion of the construction worker/expansion worker. The requirements laid down in § 16 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient service has been provided in the practical part of the examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

10. Section
Road builder/street builder

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§ 68 Training professional image

Subject matter of vocational training are at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Manufactution of stones from stones,
8.
Making the drainage of Traffic surfaces,
9.
Production of the base for blankets and coverings,
10.
Manufacging Paving blankets and panel coverings,
11.
Making asphalt ceilings,
12.
Manufacch of asphalt covers Concrete ceilings,
13.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 69 training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 68 are to be used according to the instructions contained in Appendix 13 on the factual and temporal The breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan) is 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. Non-official table of contents

§ 70 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

§ 71 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

§ 72 Final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination/journeyman's examination extends to those in the annexes 3 and 3. 13 skills 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is:
1.
Making a traffic area natural stones in different types of bandages and patterns with different inclinations and edge attachments, or
2.
Manufactures of a traffic area artificial stones in different types of bandages and patterns with different inclinations and edge fixtures.
(3) The test specimen is to be examined in the written part of the examination in the examination areas of road construction, earthworks and water retention as well as Economic and social studies will be examined. In the examination areas of road construction, as well as in the field of earthworks and water conservation, the test specimen is intended to show that it can solve practical cases, in particular by linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic contents. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Road construction:
a)
pad for blankets and coverings,
b)
captures and edge fixtures,
c)
Paths and sheets made of artificial and natural
d)
Asphalt and concrete ceilings,
e)
Fugen and Potting masses,
f)
Review and repair deck layers,
g)
Restore Top layers after excavations,
h)
adjacent work in building construction;
2.
in Testing area Ground construction and water retention:
a)
Hazards and security measures in excavation sites and Trenches,
b)
Ground types and floor classes,
c)
Manufacch of Earthworks,
d)
Devices and Machines,
e)
Construction pits and Trenches,
f)
Water retention,
g)
open and closed drainage,
h)
Surface dewatering for transverse and longitudinal inclination,
i)
Build and compress floors;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social contexts of the professional and social sciences. Work World.
(4) The written part of the check does not take at most:
1.in the street building examination area 180 minutes,
2.in the excavation area Ground and Water Management120 Minutes,
3.in the Economic and Social Science Examination Area60 minutes.
(5) The The written part of the examination shall be supplemented by an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination committee in individual areas, if the examination may give a rash for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Road construction50 of the hundred,
2.Ground construction and water control examination area 30 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he shall, however, comply with the requirements laid down in § 22 in that examination, so that he has reached the conclusion of the deep-building construction worker/civil engineering worker. The requirements laid down in § 22 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient performance has been provided in the practical part of this examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

11. Section
Pipe builder/pipeline builder

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§ 73 Training professional image

Subject of the Vocational training is at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work- and Tarifrecht,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Manufactution of shaft structures,
8.
Manufactution of excavations and trenches, Verbauen and Water retention,
9.
Making traffic routes,
10.
Build-up of Pressure pipes,
11.
Rebing and Repairing Printed Pipe Lines,
12.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 74 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 73 are to be taught in accordance with the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in Annex 14. 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

§ 75 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

§ 76 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

§ 77 Final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in annexes 3 and 14 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is:
1.
Build a supply line and Manufacture of a house connection for water taking into account the corrosion protection including drilling and leak testing,
2.
manufacture of a House connection for gas, taking into account the corrosion protection including pressure testing or
3.
binding of a connection line into an existing line under Consideration of corrosion protection by drilling the main line and setting of shut-off bubbles.
(3) In the written part of the test, the test specimen is to be tested in the test areas pipeline construction, excavation and water retention as well as Economic and social studies will be examined. In the examination areas piping construction as well as building pits and water retention, the test specimen is intended to show that in particular by linking work organization, technological, mathematical and graphic content, it will solve practical cases. can. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the examination area Pipeline construction:
a)
Machining of pipes made of different materials,
b)
Pressure pipes and home connectors,
c)
Saning and repairing Pressure pipes,
d)
Chess structures,
e)
Sealing of buildings against Soil moisture and water;
2.
in the excavation area excavation and water retention:
a)
Hazards and Backup Measures in excavations and trenches,
b)
Ground types and floor classes,
c)
Construction pits and trenches,
d)
Water retention,
e)
open and closed design,
f)
Engraving and compacting floors,
g)
adjacent work: Making paving ceilings, Plate coverings and asphalt ceilings;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relations of the profession- and work environment.
(4) The written part of the check does not last at most:
1.in the examination area Pipeline construction180 minutes,
2.in the excavation area of excavations and water retention 120 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies60 Minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination shall be supplemented, at the request of the test item or at the discretion of the examination board, in individual areas by an oral examination, if the examination board is responsible for the existence of the examination . In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Pipeline construction50 of the hundred,
2.Construction pits and water retention test area 30 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he shall, however, comply with the requirements laid down in § 22 in that examination, so that he has reached the conclusion of the deep-building construction worker/civil engineering worker. The requirements laid down in § 22 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient performance has been provided in the practical part of this examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

12. Section
Channel Builder/Channel Builder

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§ 78 Training professional image

Subject of vocational training are at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Manufactution of shaft structures,
8.
Manufactution of excavations and trenches, Verbauen and Water retention,
9.
Production of traffic routes,
10.
installation of waste water lines as Free-view mirror and pressure pipe,
11.
Saning and repairing channels,
12.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 79 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 78 are to be taught in accordance with the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in Appendix 15. 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

§ 80 Training plan

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

§ 81 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

§ 82 final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in annexes 3 and 15 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task for a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task can be:
1.
Making a shaft bottom Masonry and installation of joint pieces as well as the associated relief arches, installation of a clot as well as the manufacture of the berms or
2.
Measuring of a single piece of joint Sewerage system according to location, direction, slope and connections as well as laying down and installation of drainage pipes, including the production of a connection by means of branch and further fittings.
(3) The test specimen shall be in the Examination in the examination areas of sewer construction, excavation and water retention as well as economic and social studies are examined. In the examination areas of sewer construction as well as excavation and water retention, the test specimen is intended to show that it can solve practical cases, in particular by combining work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic contents. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered, in particular, from the following areas:
1.
in the Channel Construction Examination Area:
a)
Machining of tubes made of different materials,
b)
Sewer lines as free-mirror and pressure piping, and home connectors,
c)
Sanieren and Maintenance of channels,
d)
Chess structures,
e)
Sealing of buildings against Soil moisture and water;
2.
in the excavation area excavation and water retention:
a)
Hazards and Backup Measures in excavations and trenches,
b)
Ground types and floor classes,
c)
Construction pits and trenches,
d)
Water retention,
e)
open and closed design,
f)
Engraving and compacting floors,
g)
adjacent work: Making paving ceilings, Plate coverings and asphalt ceilings;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relations of the profession- and work environment.
(4) The written part of the check does not exceed:
1.in the Channel Construction Examination Area 150 minutes,
2.in the building pit and water control exam area 150 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies60 Minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination shall be supplemented, at the request of the test item or at the discretion of the examination board, in individual areas by an oral examination, if the examination board is responsible for the existence of the examination . In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Channel construction40 of the hundred,
2.Auditing area and water retention test area 40 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he shall, however, comply with the requirements laid down in § 22 in that examination, so that he has reached the conclusion of the deep-building construction worker/civil engineering worker. The requirements laid down in § 22 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient performance has been provided in the practical part of this examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

13. Section
Brunnenbauer/Brunnenbauerin

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§ 83 Training professional image

Subject of vocational training are at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Machining of Metals and Plastics,
8.
Reserving and Maintenance of Devices, Assets, and Machines,
9.
Making vertical holes
10.
Making horizontal Holes,
11.
Extension of holes to wells,
12.
Manufacenter Closing structures,
13.
Installing water supply and water treatment plants,
14.
Maintenance and remediation of wells,
15.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 84 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 83 are to be found in accordance with the Guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) will be 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. Non-official table of contents

§ 85 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

§ 86 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

§ 87 Final examination/journeyman examination

(1) The final examination/journeyman's examination extends to those in the annexes 3 and 3. 16 skills 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task in a maximum of 14 hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. In particular, the practical task is
1.
Expansion of a hole to a well including commissioning and documentation,
2.
manufacturing of a termination structure,
3.
Perform an intensification sanding, including documentation and production of a corresponding tool or
4.
Performing a Brunnensanierung including Documentation.
(3) In the written part of the examination, the examiner is to drill holes and wells in the examination areas, Water supply systems as well as economic and social studies will be examined. In the test areas of drilling and wells as well as water supply systems, the test specimen is intended to show that it is particularly concerned with linking work-organizational, technological, mathematical and graphic content. can be solved. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered, in particular, from the following areas:
1.
in the Drill Holes and Well:
a)
Build holes,
b)
Developing Fountain,
c)
Final buildings,
d)
Regenerating Fountain,
e)
Maintenance and refurbishing of wells,
f)
Maintenance and maintenance of equipment, machines, and attachments;
2.
in the examination area Water supply systems:
a)
Pump Systems,
b)
Mean and Rule Facilities,
c)
Water Treatment Plants,
d)
Maintenance and maintenance of water supply systems;
3.
in the Economic and Social Examination Area Social studies: general economic and social contexts of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.in the Holes And Wells Examination Area180 minutes,
2. in Water Supply Equipment Examination Area120 minutes,
3.in the Examination area Economic and social studies60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination is at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual areas shall be supplemented by an oral examination, if the examination can give the result for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Boreholes and wells50 of the Hundred,
2.Water Supply Test Area 30 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he shall, however, comply with the requirements laid down in § 22 in that examination, so that he has reached the conclusion of the deep-building construction worker/civil engineering worker. The requirements laid down in § 22 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient performance has been provided in the practical part of this examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

14. Section
Specialised deep-grower/speciality deepbuilder

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§ 88 Training professional image

Subject of the Vocational training is at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work- and Tarifrecht,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Check, store, and select construction and construction materials,
8.
Perform Measurements,
9.
Machining of Metals and Plastics,
10.
Beserve and Maintenance of equipment, machines, and equipment,
11.
Making holes,
12.
Making Piles and anchorage systems,
13.
Manufacch of excavation and slope fuses,
14.
Perform Injection Work,
15.
Perform Ramm, Rüttel, and Vibratory work,
16.
Production of slot and seal walls,
17.
Quality assurance Measures and reporting.
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§ 89 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 88 should be mediated according to the guidance on the factual and temporal structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in Annex 17. 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

§ 90 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

§ 91 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

§ 92 final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in annexes 3 and 17 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 the practical part of the test, the test specimen shall carry out a practical task in a maximum of 14 hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. The practical task is, in particular,
1.
Making a small drill bit. including documentation,
2.
Production of a suspension-supported cavity including grippers, and mixing and pumping of the Support suspension,
3.
Manufacturing a back anchorage of a building pit wall including bore, mounting of the anchoring element and clamping, as well as documentation or
4.
Making a drill series with expansion for injection procedures and performing a pore injection, mixing and compression of an injection device.
(3) The examinee is to be examined in the written part of the examination in the examination areas of start-ups and construction, special civil engineering equipment as well as economic and social studies. In the examination areas Gründungen and Verbau as well as special civil engineering equipment, the test piece is intended to show that it will solve practical cases, in particular by linking work organization, technological, mathematical and graphic content. can. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the audit area of the founding and Verbau:
a)
Making holes,
b)
Making piles,
c)
Making anchor systems,
d)
creating slot and poet walls,
e)
press-fit,
f)
Water retention,
g)
Building Basic improvements;
2.
in the Special Deep Building Equipment Examination Area:
a)
Append devices, machines, and equipment,
b)
Drill and drill bits, and Injection components,
c)
Ramm, Rüttel and Vibration Device function,
d)
Beware and maintenance of equipment, machinery and equipment
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social Relations between the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.in the Exam area Gründungen and Verbau180 minutes,
2.in the Special Deep Equipment Examination Area 120 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies 60 minutes.
(5) The written part of the examination must be supplemented, at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board, in individual areas by an oral examination, if these are for the existence of the Check the rash. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Greenings and Verbau50 of the Hundred,
2.Special Deep Equipment Examination Area 30 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science examination area20 of the A hundred.
(7) The examination has been passed if, in the practical and in the written part of the examination, as well as within the written part of the examination, at least sufficient performances in at least two examination areas are provided. If the performance in one of the examination areas is insufficiently evaluated, the test has not been passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he shall, however, comply with the requirements laid down in § 22 in that examination, so that he has reached the conclusion of the deep-building construction worker/civil engineering worker. The requirements laid down in § 22 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient performance has been provided in the practical part of this examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, none of the subject-related examination areas may have provided an insufficient performance.

15. Section
Gleisbauer/Gleisbauerin

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§ 93 Training professional image

Subject of vocational training are at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, work and Collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of training operations,
3.
Security and Health at work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Order inheritance, Performance collection, job plan, and schedule,
6.
Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites,
7.
Read and apply drawings, sketches,
8.
Manufactution of Rail crossings,
9.
Slaying of tracks and switches,
10.
Maintenance of tracks and tracks Soft,
11.
Quality assurance measures and reporting.
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§ 94 Training framework plan

The skills and knowledge referred to in § 93 shall be based on the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of vocational training contained in Appendix 18 (training framework plan) will be mediated. 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

§ 95 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

§ 96 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

§ 97 Final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in annexes 3 and 18 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 the practical part of the examination, the examinee shall carry out three practical tasks in the course of a total of eight hours. In doing so, the examinee should show that he can independently plan the workflow, identify working relationships, control the work product, and take measures on safety and health protection at work and on environmental protection. For practical purposes, consider in particular:
1.
Performing a sliding Measurements,
2.
Manufacture of a shin,
3.
Monting a Soft or
4.
Making a track arc with a ramp.
(3) The test piece shall be part of the examination in the Construction and Maintenance Examination Areas of Tracks, construction and maintenance of switches as well as economic and social studies will be examined. In the areas of construction and maintenance of railway tracks and the construction and maintenance of switches, the test report is intended to show that it is particularly linked to work organisation, technological, mathematical and graphic content. can solve practice-related cases. The aim is to include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures. Tasks may be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the Construction and Examination Area Track maintenance:
a)
Construction and operating rules,
b)
Oberbau,
c)
Fixed carriageway,
d)
railroad transitions,
e)
forces on track,
f)
Welding process,
g)
Sliding,
h)
track marketing;
2.
in the construction and maintenance testing area of Weichen:
a)
Construction and operational rules,
b)
Oberbau,
c)
Weichen design,
d)
Marking Soft,
e)
Weichen maintenance;
3.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: general economic and social relationships of the working and working world.
(4) The written part of the examination does not last at most:
1.in the Construction and Maintenance Examination area of tracks 150 minutes,
2.in the construction and maintenance testing area for switches150 Minutes,
3.in the Economic and Social Science Examination Area60 minutes.
(5) The The written part of the examination shall be supplemented by an oral examination at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination committee in individual areas, if the examination may give a rash for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the result for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted.(6) Within the written part of the examination, the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area Construction and Track maintenance40 of the hundred,
2.Construction and maintenance testing area Soft40 of the hundred,
3.Economic and social science exam area 20 of the hundred.
(7) The exam is passed if in both the practical and in the written part of the examination as well as within the written part of the examination in at least two examination areas have at least sufficient performance. If the performance is not sufficiently evaluated in one of the practical tasks or in one of the examination areas, the examination shall not be passed.(8) If the examinee did not pass the examination in accordance with paragraph 7, he shall, however, comply with the requirements laid down in § 22 in that examination, so that he has reached the conclusion of the deep-building construction worker/civil engineering worker. The requirements laid down in § 22 shall be deemed to be fulfilled if at least one sufficient performance has been provided in the practical part of this examination and in one of the subject-related examination areas in the written part (paragraphs 3 (1) and (2)). In addition, in none of the practical tasks and in any of the subject-related examination areas, an insufficient performance may have been provided.

Part Four
Transient and Final Provisions

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§ 98 Transitional regulation

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

§ 99 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 1999, in force. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 6)
Training framework for the high-construction work-building worker training

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1132-1145;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
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I. Basic vocational training-1. Training Year-
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 1. Training year
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
to mediate throughout the training
2 Construction and organization of the Training operations
(§ 5 No. 2)
a)
The structure and tasks of the forming enterprise explain
b)
Basic functions of the training company such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to economic organizations, Professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the executive bodies of the training or personnel representation of the training Describe
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 5 No. 3)
a)
Threat to safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe accidents and initiate first actions
d)
Rules of the Apply preventive fire protection; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 5 No. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts by the training company and its contribution to environmental protection by examples
b)
apply environmental protection rules
c)
Possibilities of the economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of an environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 5 No. 5)
a)
recognize the target of the work order
b)
Work Items, Backup Measures and Use of Work Items
c)
Construction and Construction Aids set
d)
Set construction aids and tools
e)
work performed on the basis of Review Preferences
f)
Create Work
6 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 5 No. 6)
Workplace on the construction site:
a)
Set up, entertain, and clear workspace, ergonomic aspects taking into account
b)
Securing the workplace
Work and protective scaffolds:
c)
Build, entertain and remove work and protective scaffolds according to specifications
d)
in the review of the Operational safety of work and protective scaffold
Tools and equipment:
e)
Delivering tools and devices
f)
detect faults on devices and Report
g)
Wait
7 Checking, storing and selecting construction and construction materials
(§ 5 No. 7)
a)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts, single and add-on parts Check for usability
b)
Check the precast parts and parts for shape accuracy and dimensional accuracy
c)
Get construction and construction aids, finished parts and parts by default, transport and store them on
8 Read and apply drawings, ready-to-use Sketches
(§ 5 No. 8)
a)
Read and apply drawings and sketches
b)
prepare execution sketches
c)
Identify quantities by drawings and sketches
9 Perform Measurements
(§ 5 Nr. 9)
a)
Measure with tape measure and link scale carry out
b)
heights, especially with a spirit level and a hose scale, transfer
c)
Curved
d)
Create and save measurement points
e)
Apply right angles and check
f)
plug
10 Edit wood and manufacture Wood connections
(§ 5 No. 10)
a)
distinguish wood from the intended use
b)
Measure wood for workpieces and wrists
c)
Wood with tools, especially by sawing, stamping, planing, reeling, grinding and drilling, editing
d)
Wooden connections with leaf, offset and pin as well as by nailing and screwing
e)
Underground Check and clean the seal for flatness, dryness and firmness, view defects
f)
Protect timber components from
20
11 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 5 No. 11)
Schalungen:
a)
Brettschalungen for rectangular foundations, supports, walls, beams and Make cutouts, treat them with release agents and build up concrete
b)
dismantles, remove, clean and store board formwork
reinforcements:
c)
Make reinforcements through cutting, bending, and binding of concrete bar
d)
Cutting concrete steel mats
e)
Installing reinforcements with spacers
Components:
f)
Connect Betone by Recipe and Check for processability
g)
Concrete concrete by hand, compacting, retreating, and retreating
h)
Surfaces rework
i)
transport and install small concrete and reinforced concrete precast parts
k)
Check the Underground for flatness, dryness and firmness, clean up, and display defects
l)
Components made of concrete and reinforced concrete against moisture
12 Production of building bodies from stones
(§ 5 No. 12)
a)
Connect mortars according to specified mixing ratios and check for processability
b)
Connect masonry from small or medium-sized stones
c)
Openings in the masonry with plumes of small-sized stones and with finished parts
d)
Check the Underground for flatness, dryness and firmness, clean up, and display defects
e)
Stones to seal against moisture
f)
Masonry with various coverings
13 Building insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 5 No. 13)
a)
distinguish and prepare insulation materials for the intended use
b)
Cutting and replacing insulating
18
14 Production of plaster
(§ 5 No. 14)
a)
Underground
b)
Use built-in parts and put plaster profiles, move joints
c)
Apply injection by hand
d)
single-layer plaster create
e)
drag straight stucco profile
15 Production of spreads
(§ 5 No. 15)
a)
assess the subsurface, clean it, and balance
b)
Install separation and insulation layers
c)
height gauges aligning
d)
Connect and insert right-angled recesses
e)
rails and Install the frame
f)
Apply sham, edge, and motion joints according to preferences
g)
tabling, compacting, dragling, and smoothing
h)
Estrich retreating
16 Installing And Laying Tiles and Disks
(§ 5 No. 16)
a)
assess, clean, and balance the background
b)
Cutting tiles and sheets, and making cutouts and holes
c)
tiles and plates in the Using thick-bed techniques, laying and grouting
d)
Set up tiles and sheets in a thin-bed process
e)
Creating, preparing, and
Production of components in drywall
(§ 5 No. 17)
a)
Underground on prison-and Assessing the carrying capacity and dimensional accuracy
b)
pre-treating subsoil to improve detention and load-bearing capacity
c)
Anrender Gipsmörtel
d)
Wall-dry plaster
e)
Fugen verspachteln
18 Production of excavation pits and trenches, building and water retention
(§ 5 No. 18)
a)
remove, transport and store top of the top
b)
Checking the excavations and ditches with respect to the work space width
c)
Construction pits and ditches by hand
d)
Perform open water retention
e)
excavation and excavation angles
Securing trenches through horizontal and vertical verging
f)
Fabricating planum, compacting excavation and grainy soles
g)
Construction pits and trenches step back
h)
Graves and trenches fill in layers and compacted
19 Production of traffic routes
(§ 5 No. 19)
a)
Improve Underground
b)
Connect unbound supporting layers
c)
Planum by compacting while taking into account the altitude and height of the Create a planar
d)
Connect into straight lines
e)
Pavers and Plate coverings made from artificial
20 Verlaying and connecting supply and disposal lines
(§ 5 No. 20)
a)
Connecting and sealing piping in foundations, ceilings, and walls
b)
Tubes and profiles made of different materials, especially of metal and plastic, sawing, filing, drilling and sanding
c)
Tubes and fittings from different materials, align, align, connect, put, and subplug
d)
Producing control slots
e)
Install the Drenung
21 To continue vocational training, skills and knowledge from current numbers 11, 12 or 14, taking into account business-related priorities and the individual learning progress. 8
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In conjunction with other training contents.
In incompany training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 10 to 20 are to be added and added to deepen.
II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
A. Focus on masonry work
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 2. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 5 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
Review work order with respect to preferences
b)
Applying technical rulebooks, building regulations and general technical terms and conditions for construction work
c)
Check forward performance of other trades on view
Work and flow schedule:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
consider weather conditions for performing
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 5 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Provision of supply and disposal facilities as well as accommodation and sanitary facilities
b)
create and maintain light sources and barriers
Safety and health at construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic working tools and aids, apply ergonomic workings
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines from damage
e)
endangering Note
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
Ventilation of work spaces
h)
Use protective equipment and measures to protect Take people on construction sites
i)
Take emergency measures to supply injured people in the event of accidents at work, secure the accident site
and scaffolders:
k)
Working, protecting and supporting scaffolders on and off
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 5 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, ready to use sketches
(§ 5 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 5 Nr. 9)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
6 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 5 No. 11)
Schalungen:
a)
Sages for foundations, rectangular supports and bars, and for flat Create, build, stiffen, and brace walls and ceilings made of formwork panels, composite panels and system formwork
b)
Forming the formwork for recesses and mounting
c)
Removing, cleaning, and storing formwork
reinforcements:
d)
Assemble and install reinforcements from concrete bar steel and concrete steel mats for rectangular building blocks
e)
Installation parts, in particular joint tapes, joint sheets and anchor rails
Concrete:
f)
Select concrete strength class
g)
Select binder and surcharge
h)
Promote and contribute concrete with construction machinery
i)
Machinery and equipment for sealing the concrete deploy
k)
Edit the surface of the fresh concrete by pulling it off and smoothing hand
l)
transporting, storing, mounting, securing, and supporting reinforced concrete
10
7 Manufactution of building bodies from stones
(§ 5 No. 12)
a)
Select mortar group
b)
Select binder and surcharge for masonry
c)
single-and multi-shell walls with small-and medium-sized stones in different types of bandage
d)
Fabricate masonry with large-format stones
e)
Create, add, and add anchorages in different types of bandage
f)
Create and close clearances and slots in the masonry
g)
Motion joints creating
h)
stages, enclosures, bays, and shafts
i)
openings in the Brickwork with artificial stones
k)
Use and attach finished parts as well as attachments and attachments
l)
Building bodies made of stones against non-pressing water
m)
Openings and holes with the help of Creating and closing supports and captions
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8 Building of insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 5 No. 13)
a)
Checking dams
b)
Select insulating materials, store according to manufacturer's specifications, and
10
9 Production of plaster
(§ 5 No. 14)
a)
Preparing the plaster
b)
Insert Putzreinforcements, mount PutzCarrier
c)
Snap and align cleaning
d)
Select, create and apply plaster
e)
post-plaster
f)
Close the wall slots and make pipe claddings
10 Production of spreads
(§ 5 No. 15)
a)
Connect Ebar mortar
b)
Fabricator
c)
The composite line, the screed on the separation layers, and the floating Insert, compress, and pull out
d)
Install reinforcements
11 Production of components in drywall
(§ 5 No. 17)
a)
substructures for Create single walls
b)
Beplanking, especially with plasterboard and gypsum fibreboards
12 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 5 No. 21)
a)
checking executed work for failed execution
b)
creating a daily report
c)
performed work to protect against
2 *)
In-company training centres are designed to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 6 to 11.
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*)
In To communicate with other training contents
yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
B. Focus on concrete and reinforced concrete work
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 5 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
Review work order in terms of preferences
b)
technical rulebooks, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 5 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 5 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, ready to use sketches
(§ 5 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 5 Nr. 9)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
6 Production of concrete and reinforced concrete components
(§ 5 No. 11)
Schalungen:
a)
Sages for foundations, rectangular supports and bars, and for flat walls and ceilings made of formwork panels, composite panels and system formwork, build, build, stiffen and clamp down
b)
create formwork for recesses and install
c)
Podeste formwork and straight staircases,
d)
Build and build formwork for conical shapes
e)
Scots for support heads in different types and shapes
f)
Connect visible concrete formwork
g)
dismantles, clean and store formwork
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reinforcements:
h)
reinforcements Made of concrete bar steel and concrete steel mats for rectangular building structures
i)
prefabricated reinforcement units and in particular in accordance with the Install the concrete cover
k)
Install the installation parts, in particular joint tapes, joint sheets, and anchor rails
l)
Installing and anchoring supply and disposal lines from different
8
Concrete:
m)
Select concrete strength class
n)
Select binder and surcharge
o)
Perform fresh concrete checks
p)
Promote and contribute concrete with construction machinery
q)
Machines and devices used to compel the concrete
r)
Surface of the fresh concrete by peeling off and smoothing by hand
s)
Edit the surface of the fresh concrete with construction equipment and construction machines
t)
Perform fixed concrete checks
u)
Edit fixed concrete, in particular joints, and holes and Create and close breakthroughs
v)
Manufacturing, transport, store, mount, secure, and support reinforced concrete
w)
The concrete and reinforced concrete structures are sealed against non-pressing water by
8
7 Manufactution of building bodies from stones
(§ 5 No. 12)
a)
Select mortar group
b)
Select binder and surcharge for wall mortars
c)
External and inner walls with medium and Large-format stones in different types of bandage
d)
Sealing Body of Steinen against Non-pressing Water
e)
Move exhaust systems and shafts from finished parts
f)
insert finished parts as well as input and attachment parts and attach, in particular, carrying and retaining structures and frames
g)
Produce breakthroughs and drillings with the help of supports and interceptions; and close
13
8 Building of insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 5 No. 13)
a)
Prerequisites for Check dams
b)
Select insulation materials, store and process according to manufacturer's
9 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 5 No. 21)
a)
check executed work for error-free execution
b)
create daily report
c)
performed work to protect against
2 *)
In-company training centres are designed to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 6 to 8.
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*)
In To communicate with other training contents
yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
C. Focus on Fire and Chimney Construction Work
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 5 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 5 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 5 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, ready to use sketches
(§ 5 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 5 Nr. 9)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
6 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 5 No. 11)
Schalungen:
a)
Sages for foundations, rectangular supports and bars, and for flat Create, build, stiffen, and brace walls and ceilings from formwork panels, composite panels and system formwork
b)
Forming the formwork for recesses and mounting
c)
Removing, cleaning, and storing formwork
reinforcements:
d)
Assemble and install reinforcements from concrete bar steel and concrete steel mats for rectangular building blocks
e)
Installation parts, in particular joint tapes, joint sheets and anchor rails
Concrete:
f)
Select concrete strength class
g)
Select binder and supplement for concrete
h)
Promote and contribute concrete with construction machinery
i)
Machinery and equipment for sealing the concrete deploy
k)
Edit the surface of the fresh concrete by pulling it off and smoothing hand
l)
transporting, storing, mounting, securing, and supporting reinforced concrete
10
7 Production of building bodies from stones
(§ 5 No. 12)
a)
Select mortar group
b)
Select binder and surcharge for masonry mortar
c)
Fireproof and insulating mortar ready
d)
Process refractory bricks and insulation
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e)
manufacture single-and multi-layer masonry for combustion plants and masonry for exhaust systems
f)
Producing moving, separating and sliding joints
g)
Building a brickwork chimney
h)
Moving exhaust systems and shafts from finished parts
i)
Feed for chimneys with thermal insulation
k)
insert and attach finished parts as well as parts and attachments, in particular chimney strips, chimney head coverings, crampons,
l)
Bring the obstacle moistening
22
8 Building insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 5 No. 13)
a)
Check the requirements for the tribe
b)
Select insulating materials, store and process them according to manufacturer's
2
9 Quality assurance measures and Reporting
(§ 5 No. 21)
a)
checking executed work for failed execution
b)
creating a daily report
c)
performed work to protect against
2 *)
In-company training centres are designed to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 6 to 8.
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In To communicate with other training contents.
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Appendix 2 (to § 12)
Training Framework for Vocational Training for the Skilled Worker (BGBl)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1146-1168)
I. Basic vocational training-1. Training Year-
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in weeks 1. Training year
1 2 3 4
1Vocational Training, Work and Tarifrecht
(§ 11 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
to mediate throughout the training
2 Construction and organization of the Training operations
(§ 11 No. 2)
a)
The structure and tasks of the forming enterprise explain
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to economic organizations, Professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the executive bodies of the training or personnel representation of the training Describe
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 11 No. 3)
a)
Threat to safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe accidents and initiate first actions
d)
Rules of the Apply preventive fire protection; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 11 No. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts by the training company and its contribution to environmental protection by examples
b)
apply environmental protection rules
c)
Possibilities of the economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of an environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 11 No. 5)
a)
recognize the target of the work order
b)
Work Items, Backup Measures and Use of Work Items
c)
Construction and Construction Aids set
d)
Set construction aids and tools
e)
work performed on the basis of Review Preferences
f)
Create Work
6 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 11 No. 6)
Workplace on the construction site:
a)
Set up, entertain, and clear workspace, ergonomic aspects taking into account
b)
Securing the workplace
Work and protective scaffolds:
c)
Build, entertain and remove work and protective scaffolds according to specifications
d)
in the review of the Operational safety of work and protective scaffold
Tools and equipment:
e)
Delivering tools and devices
f)
detect faults on devices and Report
g)
Wait
7 Checking, storing and selecting construction and construction materials
(§ 11 No. 7)
a)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts, single and add-on parts Check for usability
b)
Check the precast parts and parts for shape accuracy and dimensional accuracy
c)
Get construction and construction aids, finished parts and parts by default, transport and store them on
8 Read and apply drawings, ready-to-use Sketches
(§ 11 Nr. 8)
a)
Read and apply drawings and sketches
b)
prepare execution sketches
c)
Identify quantities by drawings and sketches
9 Perform Measurements
(§ 11 Nr. 9)
a)
Measure with tape measure and link scale carry out
b)
heights, especially with a spirit level and a hose scale, transfer
c)
Curved
d)
Apply and back up measurement points
e)
Apply right angles and check
f)
plug
10 Edit wood and manufacture Timber components
(§ 11 No. 10)
a)
distinguish wood from the intended use
b)
Measure wood for workpieces and wrists
c)
Wood with tools, especially by sawing, stamping, planing, reeling, grinding and drilling, editing
d)
Wood connections by sheet, offset, and pin, and by nailing and screwing
e)
Check the Underground for flatness, dryness and firmness, clean up, and view defects
f)
Protect wooden parts from
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11 Production of components Concrete and steel concrete
(§ 11 No. 11)
Schalungen:
a)
Brettschalungen for rectangular bases, supports, walls, beams and cutouts, treat with release agents and build up concretiy
b)
remove, remove, remove, clean and store board formwork
reinforcements:
c)
Reinforcement by cutting, bending and binding of concrete bar steel
d)
Concrete steel mats trimming
e)
Install reinforcements with spacers
concrete:
f)
Manufacture Concrete by Recipe and Check for processability
g)
bring in concrete by hand, condense,
h)
rework surfaces
i)
small concrete-and Transport and installation of reinforced concrete parts
k)
Check the surface for flatness, dryness and firmness, clean and clean the floor viewing
l)
Components made of concrete and reinforced concrete against humidity
12 Production of building bodies from stones
(§ 11 No. 12)
a)
mortar by default Make mixing ratios and check for processability
b)
Connect masonry from small or medium-sized stones
c)
Openings in the masonry with plumes of small-sized stones and with finished parts
d)
Check the Underground for flatness, dryness and firmness, clean up, and display defects
e)
Stones to seal against moisture
f)
Masonry with various coverings
13 Building insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 11 No. 14)
a)
distinguish and prepare insulation materials for the intended use
b)
Cutting and replacing insulating materials
c)
Preparing surface protection for twilight and insulation
18
14 Production of plaster and stucco
(§ 11 No. 15)
a)
assess subsurface
b)
Use the built-in parts and set plaster profiles, create motion joints
c)
Injection by hand. Apply
d)
create single-layer plaster
e)
straight stucco profile
15 Production of Estrokes
(§ 11 No. 16)
a)
assess, clean, and balance the background
b)
Replace
c)
align high-height
d)
Connecting and tabling rectangular cutouts
e)
Installing the rails and frames
f)
Add headlines to preferences
g)
Add paint mortar, compaction,
h)
post-treat
16 Set and move tiles and disks
(§ 11 No. 17)
a)
assess the subsurface, clean it, and balance
b)
Cut tiles and plates, and make cutouts and holes
c)
Place the tiles and plates in the thick-bed process
d)
Tiles and plates in the Using thin-bed processes, laying and grouting
e)
Apply the joints to the building and installation parts as well as to the pipe joints, and prepare them for the production of the joints. close
17 Production of components in drywall
(§ 11 No. 18)
a)
assess subsoil on detention and load-bearing capacity, and dimensional accuracy
b)
pre-treating subsoil to improve detention and carrying capacity
c)
Gipsmörtel
d)
Make substructures for single-stand walls
e)
Beplanking, in particular with plasterboard and gypsum fibreboard
f)
Wall-dry plaster set
g)
Fugen verspachteln
18 To continue vocational training Skills and knowledge from current numbers 10, 11 or 13-17 will be taught in greater depth, taking into account operational priorities and the individual learning progress. 8
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In conjunction with other training content to mediate.
In-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 10 to 17 are to be supplemented and deepened.
II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
A. Priority Room Work
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 2. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 11 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
Review work order with respect to preferences
b)
Applying technical rulebooks, building regulations and general technical terms and conditions for construction work
c)
Check forward performance of other trades on view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
consider weather conditions for performing
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 11 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Provision of supply and disposal facilities as well as accommodation and sanitary facilities
b)
create and maintain light sources and barriers
Safety and health at construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic working tools and aids, apply ergonomic workings
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines from damage
e)
endangering Note
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
Ventilation of work spaces
h)
Use protective equipment and measures to protect Take people on construction sites
i)
Take emergency measures to supply injured people in the event of accidents at work, secure the accident site
and scaffolders:
k)
Working, protecting and supporting scaffolders on and off
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 11 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy verifying
d)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts taking into account the local static conditions and according to the manufacturer's specifications
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, Drawing up sketches
(§ 11 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 11 Nr. 9)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
6 Checking and preparing subreasons
(§ 11 No. 13)
a)
Check flatness, elevation, and dimensional accuracy
b)
Check moisture subgrounds
c)
prepare the
2 *)
7 Edit wood and manufacture wooden components
(§ 11 No. 10)
Wooden constructions:
a)
Check wood and wood-based materials, select and
b)
Select and deploy connecting means
c)
tear, work out, and Assemble, in particular, node points
d)
Build a waistband, especially considering the constructive wood protection
e)
rooftop panels with square and rectangular floor plans
f)
wooden structures, in particular of solid wood, solid construction timber and laminated timber, for ceilings, roofs, timbers and timber frame construction,
g)
roof constructions, the discharge and Shipyards require, with the same inclination, to be produced in different
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Substructures and Clothing:
h)
Constructing substructures, inside garments, and stiffening slices
i)
making floors,
k)
The roof of the trunks and the villages, especially from
,
3
Edit and shooter of wood surfaces:
l)
Edit the wooden surfaces with hand-held machines
m)
Impregnating, lazing and sealing wood
2
Making, mounting, and attaching components:
n)
Install and install doors, gates, and slashes
o)
straight stairs and
4
Insert and Wait Woodworking machines and tools:
p)
sharpen and maintain hand tools
q)
Hand machines insert and wait, machine tools switch
r)
Stationary woodworking machines deploying and
2
Schalungen:
s)
Forming formwork for straight
2
8 Build insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 11 No. 14)
a)
Check requirements to install insulation materials
b)
Select insulating materials and process them according to manufacturer's specifications
c)
Install insulating materials and
2
9 Production of components in drywall
(§ 11 No. 18)
a)
Mounting walls, undercover, ceiling and wall coverings, especially under Respect for windproofness and ventilation, manufacture
b)
Preset shells on wooden structures
c)
Connect corners, wall, floor, and ceiling connectors
d)
Straps And Supports
e)
educate movement joints
f)
Install ground systems including substructure
4
10 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 11 No. 19)
a)
validate executed work on error-free execution
b)
Create daily report
c)
work performed until it is removed from damage
2 *)
In-company training places are skills and knowledge to complement and deepen current numbers 7 to 9.
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In conjunction with other training contents.
yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
B. Focus on Stukkateurworks
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 11 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 11 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 11 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, dimensional accuracy, and expiration date verifying
d)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts taking into account the local static conditions and according to the manufacturer's specifications
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, Drawing up sketches
(§ 11 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished
c)
ready to open, to create spaces, taking into account design Add viewpoints
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 11 Nr. 9)
a)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
b)
Measuring the structures and parts by
6 Checking and preparing subreasons
(§ 11 No. 13)
a)
Undergrounds check, in particular for detention and Load-bearing capacity, damage, contamination, flatness, slope, height and absorbency
b)
Check the background to moisture
c)
Preparing the Underground
2 *)
7 Einconstructing insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and Fire protection
(§ 11 No. 14)
a)
Check insulation materials
b)
Select insulating materials and use the manufacturer's specifications Process
c)
Install and attach insulation
2
8 Production of plaster and stucco
(§ 11 No. 15)
Putze:
a)
mount plaster armor, attach plaster support
b)
Snap and align
c)
Select, make, and apply cleaning mortar
d)
Select and apply synthetic resin plaster
e)
post-plaster
f)
close the wall slots and make pipe claddings
8
wire cleaning work:
g)
Wire plaster walls, wire plaster ceilings, and wire plaster
3
Stuckwork:
h)
select profile shapes, make templates
i)
pull stucco profiles at the table
k)
Cutting, moving, and plastering stucco profiles
l)
shapes by model and casts off
15
Sanieren and Repair of plaster and stucco:
m)
detect damage, determine causes
n)
take action to limit
o)
remove old substance
2
9 Production of components in drywall
(§ 11 No. 18)
a)
Rules of fire, sound, humidity, heat and radiation protection applying
walls made of gypsum wall panels:
b)
Set walls made of gypsum wall panels
c)
Connect corners, wall, floor, and ceiling connectors
d)
create openings and slots, and close
e)
Install prefabricated components
f)
Close
12
Dry construction:
g)
Surface with wall-dry plaster for different requirements
h)
Assembly walls, especially from plasterboard and gypsum fibreboards,
i)
Preset shells,
k)
mount
10 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 11 No. 19)
a)
executed Checking work for error-free execution
b)
Create daily report
c)
running Work until the removal from
2 *)
In over-operational Training centres are to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 9.
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In the context of other training content broker.
II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
C. Focus on tile, plate and mosaic work
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 2. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 11 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
Review work order with respect to preferences
b)
Applying technical rulebooks, building regulations and general technical terms and conditions for construction work
c)
Check forward performance of other trades on view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
consider weather conditions for performing
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 11 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Provision of supply and disposal facilities as well as accommodation and sanitary facilities
b)
create and maintain light sources and barriers
Safety and health at construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic working tools and aids, apply ergonomic workings
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines from damage
e)
endangering Note
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
Ventilation of work spaces
h)
Use protective equipment and measures to protect Take people on construction sites
i)
Take emergency measures to supply injured people in the event of accidents at work, secure the accident site
and scaffolders:
k)
Working, protecting and supporting scaffolders on and off
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 11 No. 7)
a)
Select building and construction materials and finished parts
b)
tiles, plates and mosaics with regard to the Select the design of surfaces
c)
Identify and request and provide building and construction materials as well as finished parts
d)
Checking construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage and dimensional
4 Read and apply drawings, ready to use sketches
(§ 11 No. 8)
a)
Check the drawings to match the conditions on the site
b)
Scale sketches ready
c)
to divide wall and floor surfaces, taking into account design aspects
d)
sketching and applying the installation
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 11 Nr. 9)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
6 Checking and preparing subreasons
(§ 11 No. 13)
a)
Check the condition of the surface, in particular for damage, contamination, Evenness, slope, altitude and absorbency
b)
Check the background to moisture
c)
Preparing the Underground
3 *)
7 Einconstructing insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and Fire protection
(§ 11 No. 14)
a)
Check insulation materials
b)
Select insulating materials and use the manufacturer's specifications Process
c)
Install and attach insulation
4
8 Making plasters and Stuck
(§ 11 No. 15)
a)
Insert Putzreinforcements, mount PutzCarrier
b)
Snap and align cleaning
c)
Select Putzmörtel, create and apply
d)
post-plaster
e)
Close the wall slots and make pipe claddings
f)
Composite thermal insulation systems to hold Tiles, plates, and mosaics
4
9 Production of spreads
(§ 11 No. 16)
a)
apply adhesive bridges
b)
Select optional
c)
Connect mortar with different binding agents
d)
Fabricator
e)
Estrokes to accommodate tiles, plates, mosaics, Insert shaped pieces and profiles as well as of natural and working stones by hand and by machine with due regard to the minimum thickness, compaction and retract
f)
reinforcements
g)
Install ready-to-use pawns
h)
Recesses for different Create and insert geometric shapes
i)
Cutting, reshaping, installing, and attaching the rails and frames
k)
Ghost, edge and motion joints with and without profile create and close
l)
Swining joints by hand and machine-cutting
m)
retreat
n)
soil moisture components and sealing against non-pressing
4
10 Installing And Laying Tiles and Disks
(§ 11 No. 17)
a)
Tiles, disks, mosaics, Hand and machine shaped pieces and profiles
b)
Select mortar group
c)
Select binder, surcharge and add-on agent for mortar
d)
Dick and thin-bed mortar
e)
To create garments and coverings for split, vertical, horizontal, and inclined surfaces
f)
Tiles, plates and mosaics with hydraulic mortars and resins
g)
Apply motion joints, Closing joints with elastic fillers
h)
Components using different systems against soil moisture and against non-pressing water sealing
i)
Sealing in combination with garments and coverings made of tiles, plates and mosaics
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11 Production of components in drywall
(§ 11 No. 18)
a)
Mounting walls and subsets to accommodate tiles, plates and mosaics manufacturing
b)
prefabricated components, in particular sanitary system components, load-bearing structures and installation parts, mounting
c)
Producing and mounting coverings and garments
d)
Openings for plumbing, electrical, heating, and heating and air conditioning installations and connections
e)
Connect corners and connectors
f)
Removing and removing
5
12 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 11 No. 19)
a)
check executed work for error-free execution
b)
create daily report
c)
performed work to protect against
2 *)
In-company training centres are designed to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 11.
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In To communicate with other training contents
yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
D. Focus Estrel works
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 11 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 11 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 11 No. 7)
a)
Select Construction and Construction Aids and finished parts
b)
Plates, webs and laminates for floor coverings in the Select the design of surfaces
c)
Identify the need for construction and construction materials as well as the finished parts, request them, and provision
d)
Check construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional
4 Read and apply drawings, ready-to-use Sketches
(§ 11 Nr. 8)
a)
Check the drawings to match the conditions on the site
b)
Scale sketches ready
c)
to divide wall and floor surfaces, taking into account design aspects
d)
sketching and applying the installation
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 11 Nr. 9)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
6 Checking and preparing subreasons
(§ 11 No. 13)
a)
Check the condition of the surface, in particular for damage, contamination, Evenness, slope, altitude and absorbency
b)
Check the background to moisture
c)
Preparing the Underground
4 *)
7 Einconstructing insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and Fire protection
(§ 11 No. 14)
a)
Check insulation materials
b)
Select insulating materials and use the manufacturer's specifications Process
c)
Install and attach insulation
6
8 Production of Estrokes
(§ 11 No. 16)
Estrokes:
a)
apply adhesive bridges
b)
Select optional
c)
Connect mortar with different binding agents
d)
Fabricator
e)
Coating, splashes on separation layers, and floating screeds by hand and by machine, taking into account the minimum thickness, compacting and retraction
f)
Installing reinforcements
g)
Recesses for different geometric shapes and input
h)
rails and frames crop, reshape, install, and attach
i)
Create and close shingles, edges, and motion joints with and without profile
k)
Hand and machine-clipping
l)
post-treat
m)
ready-to-use slashes of different systems
20
Panels, Lanes and Laminates coverings:
n)
Select Adhesive
o)
Cutting and gluing coverings
p)
Coverings, welds and joints
r)
Base made of different materials
10
9 Production of components in drywall
(§ 11 No. 18)
a)
Special constructions for floors with different build heights manufacturing
b)
forming movement joints
c)
Removing and removing
4
10 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 11 No. 19)
a)
validate executed work on error-free execution
b)
Create daily report
c)
work performed until it is removed from damage
2 *)
In-company training centres are skills and knowledge from the current numbers 7 to 9.
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In conjunction with other training contents.
yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
E. Focus heat, cold and sound protection work
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration schedule
(§ 11 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 11 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 11 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, Drawing up sketches
(§ 11 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 11 Nr. 9)
Measuring components with different measuring instruments
6 Checking and preparing subreasons
(§ 11 No. 13)
a)
Check the background, especially on damage and impurities
b)
Check out moisture and existing corrosion protection
c)
Underground
2 *)
7 Building insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 11 No. 14)
Tools, Devices and Machines:
a)
tools, devices and machines maintenance, repair
2
Surface protection materials:
b)
Plastics select
c)
Edit and connect plastic hoses
d)
Select steel and non-ferrous metals, Assess corrosion behavior
e)
tear and edit steel sheets and non-ferrous metals, in particular cutting, punching, drilling, edges, sicken, round, Flanging, folding, digging, and enforcing
f)
Metal parts, especially screws, pins and rivets
10
Substructures:
g)
Producing support and support structures, especially webs, rails, and
2
Stencils and fittings:
h)
i
i)
Dimensions for molded parts on technical equipment and in building technology
k)
Models for Rip and unwind shaped pieces
l)
mount pre-assembled parts and
7
Dusk:
m)
Check the requirements for the dams, in particular the benefits of other trades, according to the relevant rules, and arrange appropriate measures
n)
Select insulating materials, store and process
o)
insulating materials in particular Pipes, containers, ceilings and walls, as well as fittings, in particular on bends, branches and transitions,
6
Sheaths:
p)
Select materials for sheathings, process and store by manufacturer's specifications
q)
Select wrap fasteners
r)
mount pre-fabricated metal sheets
s)
Cut and attach slides and webs
t)
Wrapping insulation materials with bandages
u)
fitting, aligning, and mounting pre-fabricated parts
v)
tapes and coatings for To prevent contact
6
Cold Protection:
w)
Connect and mount interiors for cooling spaces
x)
Preparing the ground for applying the vapor brake, manufacture steam brakes, and
4
Sealing:
y)
Impact of weather conditions on execution as well as the result of work
z)
Parts by different sealing methods against moisture and non-pressing water
2
8 Production of components in drywall
(§ 11 No. 18)
a)
Apply rules of fire, sound, humidity, heat, and radiation protection
b)
c)
shells made of gypsum plasterboard and gypsum fibreboard
c)
Resheaths, especially from Gipskarton and gypsum fibreboards, manufacturing
d)
Removing and removing
3
9 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 11 No. 19)
a)
validate executed work on error-free execution
b)
Create daily report
c)
work performed until it is removed from damage
2 *)
In-company training centres are skills and knowledge to supplement and deepen the current numbers 7 and 8.
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In conjunction with other training contents.
yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
F. Focus on dry construction work
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 11 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 11 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction aids
(§ 11 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Determine the need for construction and construction materials, Request and provide
c)
Check construction and construction materials as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, dimensional accuracy and expiration date
d)
Construction and construction materials as well as finished parts are stored under consideration of local static conditions and according to manufacturer's
4 Read and apply drawings, ready-to-use Sketches
(§ 11 Nr. 8)
a)
Check the drawings to match the conditions on the site
b)
Scale sketches and
c)
create cracks, divide areas into consideration of design
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 11 Nr. 9)
a)
Measuring structures and components with different measuring instruments
b)
Construction works and components after Measure Coordinates
c)
detect and document deviations from target
6 Checking and preparing subreasons
(§ 11 No. 13)
a)
Check the subreasons, especially for adhesive and load-bearing capacity, damage, contamination, flatness, slope, height and absorbency
b)
Underground to moisture verifying
c)
Preparing the subgrounds
2 *)
7 Building insulation materials for the Heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 11 No. 14)
a)
Review insulation requirements
b)
Select insulating materials and process them according to manufacturer's specifications
c)
Install insulating materials and
4
8 Production of components in drywall
(§ 11 No. 18)
a)
Rules of Brand, Schall, Apply humidity, heat and radiation protection
walls made of plaster wall panels:
b)
walls Set gypsum wall panels
c)
Connect corners, wall, floor, and ceiling connectors
d)
Connecting and closing openings and slots
e)
Installing pre-fabricated components
f)
Close Fugen
8
Dry building constructions:
g)
Surfaces with Wall-dry plaster for different requirements.
h)
Mounting walls made of different materials and systems, especially from plasterboard and plasterboard. Gypsum fibreboards, manufacturing
i)
Undercovering and ceiling coverings made of gypsum plasterboard and gypsum fibreboard
k)
Preset shells made of different materials and systems, especially from plasterboard and gypsum fibreboard
l)
Connect outer wall coverings
m)
Selling and aprons, and
n)
Openings, especially for sanitary, electrical, heating and air-conditioning installations, manufacture and connections
o)
Connect corners, wall, bottom, and ceiling connectors
p)
mount frames
q)
Producing seals against non-pressing water
r)
finished parts, in particular Dry stucco profile strips and components in folding technology, mounting
s)
train joints
t)
Close Hand
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refurbishing and maintenance of dry building constructions:
u)
Determine Damage, determine causes
v)
Take action to limit damage
w)
remove old substance
4
9 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 11 No. 19)
a)
check executed work for error-free execution
b)
create daily report
c)
performed work to protect against
2 *)
In-company training centres are designed to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 and 8.
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In To communicate with other training contents.
unofficial table of contents

Appendix 3 (to § 18)
Training Framework for Vocational Training for the Construction Workers ' Working Group (BGBl)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1169-1189)
I. Basic vocational training-1. Training year
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 1. Training year
1 2 3 4
1Vocational Training, Work and Tarifrecht
(§ 17 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
to mediate throughout the training
2 Construction and organization of the Training operations
(§ 17 No. 2)
a)
The structure and tasks of the forming enterprise explain
b)
Basic functions of the training company such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to economic organizations, Professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the executive bodies of the training or personnel representation of the training Describe
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 17 No. 3)
a)
Threat to safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe accidents and initiate first actions
d)
Rules of the Apply preventive fire protection; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 17 No. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts by the training company and its contribution to environmental protection by examples
b)
apply environmental protection rules
c)
Possibilities of the economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of an environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 17 No. 5)
a)
recognize the target of the work order
b)
Work Items, Backup Measures and Use of Work Items
c)
Construction and Construction Aids set
d)
Set construction aids and tools
e)
work performed on the basis of Review Preferences
f)
Create Work
6 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 17 No. 6)
Workplace on the construction site:
a)
Set up, entertain, and clear workspace, ergonomic aspects taking into account
b)
Securing the workplace
Work and protective scaffolds:
c)
Build, entertain and remove work and protective scaffolds according to specifications
d)
in the review of the Operational safety of work and protective scaffold
Tools and equipment:
e)
Delivering tools and devices
f)
detect faults on devices and Report
g)
Wait
7 Checking, storing and selecting construction and construction materials
(§ 17 No. 7)
a)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts, single and add-on parts Check for usability
b)
Check the precast parts and parts for shape accuracy and dimensional accuracy
c)
Get construction and construction aids, finished parts and parts by default, transport and store them on
8 Read and apply drawings, ready-to-use Sketches
(§ 17 No. 8)
a)
Read and apply drawings and sketches
b)
prepare execution sketches
c)
Identify quantities by drawings and sketches
9 Perform Measurements
(§ 17 Nr. 9)
a)
Measure with tape measure and link scale carry out
b)
heights, especially with a spirit level and a hose scale, transfer
c)
Curved
d)
Apply and back up measurement points
e)
Apply right angles and check
f)
plug
10 Edit wood and manufacture Wood connections
(§ 17 No. 10)
a)
distinguish wood from the intended use
b)
Measure wood for workpieces and wrists
c)
Wood with tools, especially by sawing, stamping, planing, reeling, grinding and drilling, editing
d)
Wooden connections with leaf, offset and pin as well as by nailing and screwing
e)
Underground Check for flatness, dryness and firmness sealing, clean up and display defects
f)
Protect timber components from
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11 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 17 No. 11)
Schalungen:
a)
Brettschalungen for rectangular foundations, supports, walls, beams and Make cutouts, treat them with release agents and build up concrete
b)
dismantles, remove, clean and store board formwork
reinforcements:
c)
Make reinforcements through cutting, bending, and binding of concrete bar
d)
Cutting concrete steel mats
e)
Installing reinforcements with spacers
Concrete:
f)
Connect Betone by Recipe and Check for processability
g)
Concrete concrete by hand, compacting, retreating, and retreating
h)
Surfaces rework
i)
transport and install small concrete and reinforced concrete precast parts
k)
Check the Underground for flatness, dryness and firmness, clean up, and display defects
l)
Components made of concrete and reinforced concrete against moisture
12 Production of building bodies from stones
(§ 17 No. 12)
a)
mortar according to given mixing ratios
b)
Connect masonry from small or medium-sized stones
c)
Openings in the masonry with plumes of small-sized stones and with finished parts
d)
Check the Underground for flatness, dryness and firmness, clean up, and display defects
e)
Building body made of stones against
13 Production of excavation pits and trenches, building and water retention
(§ 17 No. 13)
a)
top down, transport and store
b)
Construction pits and trenches assess the need for a verb
c)
Checking excavations and ditches with respect to working space width
d)
Construction pits and trenches by hand
e)
Perform open water retention
f)
excavation and excavation angles
f)
Securing trenches through horizontal and vertical structure
g)
estimating the construction of excavations and trenches for safety
h)
Planum manufacturing, building pit and trench soles
i)
digging excavations and trenches step by step
k)
excavations and trenches are filled and compacted in
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14 Production of traffic routes
(§ 17 No. 14)
a)
remove traffic routes, store fabrics separately
b)
Underground
c)
Connect unbound support layers
d)
Planum by compacting while respecting the elevation and flatness
e)
Ends in Make Straight
f)
Connect paving and disk coverings from artificial stones
g)
Profiles made of different materials, especially metals and plastics, sawing, filing, drilling and sanding
15 Einconstructing and connecting supply and disposal systems
(§ 17 No. 15)
a)
Producing and sealing piping in foundations and walls
b)
Tubes and profiles Different materials, in particular of metal and plastic, sawing, filing, drilling and grinding
c)
Tubes, fittings and profiles from different materials Relocate, align, connect, join, and plug materials
d)
Connect control shafts
e)
Installing the Dränung
16 To continue vocational training Skills and knowledge from current numbers 12, 13, 14 or 15, taking into account operational priorities as well as the individual learning progress, are mediated in greater depth. 8
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In conjunction with other training content to mediate.
In-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 10 to 15 are to be supplemented and deepened.
II. Vocational training-2. Training year
A. Emphasis on road construction work
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 2. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 17 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
Review work order with respect to preferences
b)
Applying technical rulebooks, building regulations and general technical terms and conditions for construction work
c)
Check forward performance of other trades on view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
consider weather conditions for performing
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 17 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Provision of supply and disposal facilities as well as accommodation and sanitary facilities
b)
create and maintain light sources and barriers
Safety and health at construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic working tools and aids, apply ergonomic workings
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines from damage
e)
endangering Note
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
Ventilation of work spaces
h)
Use protective equipment and measures to protect Take people on construction sites
i)
Take emergency measures to supply injured people in the event of accidents at work, secure the accident site
and scaffolders:
k)
Working, protecting and supporting scaffolders on and off
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction materials
(§ 17 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, Drawing up sketches
(§ 17 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 17 Nr. 9)
a)
Perform height measurements, especially with levelling device and laser
b)
Perform length measurements, direction measurements, and angle measurements with different measurement instruments
c)
plugging along the longitudinal and cross profiles
d)
plugging
6 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 17 No. 11)
a)
frame formwork, build, stiffen and span
b)
dismantles frame formwork, clean
c)
Installing the built-in parts, in particular joint tapes, joint sheets, and anchoring rails
d)
Distinguish Betone with special properties
e)
Concrete strength classes by use distinguish, select concrete strength class by consistency
f)
Select binder and surcharge
g)
Promote concrete with construction machinery
h)
Machinery and equipment to compel the concrete deploy
i)
Edit the surface of the fresh concrete by pulling it off and smoothing hand
k)
Steel concrete parts manufacture, transport, store and
6
7 Manufactution of building bodies from stones
(§ 17 No. 12)
a)
Select mortar group
b)
Select binder and surcharge for masonry
c)
Verbandsart for chess masonry set
d)
Make special parts with stones and finished parts, in particular enclosures, bullets, and
8 Production of excavation pits and ditches, verbuild and Water retention
(§ 17 No. 13)
a)
distinguish soil types and soil classes, assess soils
b)
recognize contamination and contaminated sites, backing up and reporting
c)
assessing and considering the impact of weather conditions on the ground condition and the structure of the structure
d)
Growing obstacles in the ground, performing actions to find supply and disposal lines, in particular creating search slots
e)
Back up existing lines
f)
deploy devices to remove, install, and compress soils.
g)
Load, load, promote, store, store, check, build, and compress soils
h)
h)
building pits and ditches
i)
open water retention for layers and groundwater
k)
Review installation materials for suitability and useability
l)
Creating embankments corresponding to the floor class
6
9 Create Traffic routes
(§ 17 No. 14)
Dehydration:
a)
Surface dewatering with respect to cross-and longitudinal
8
Base for blankets and coverings:
b)
Include attachment, review material for reuse, and store separately
c)
Check the altitude, flatness and compaction plan
d)
Ground improvement and soil compaction
e)
Check, install and condense bulk material for quality and use
f)
Installing and compacting the load-bearing layers with respect to thickness, flatness, and the profile-appropriate location
g)
4
Paving blankets and panel coverings:
h)
Betting
i)
Paths and sheets with artificial and natural stones in different associations:
k)
Paving, ramming, and shaking
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Asphalt blankets:
l)
prepare a pad
m)
Check the workability of the material
n)
Install the top layer by hand and with machines
o)
Check the top layer on flatness
p)
Connections, seams, joints, and edges
4
10 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 17 No. 16)
a)
executed work on error-free execution verifying
b)
Create daily report
c)
work performed pending acceptance Protect damage
2 *)
In incompany training centres, skills are and knowledge of current numbers 6 to 9.
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In conjunction with other training contents.
yet II. Vocational training-2. Training year
B. Main axis piping works
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 17 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 17 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction materials
(§ 17 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, Drawing up sketches
(§ 17 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished installation kizzes using standard-meaning images
c)
scale sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 17 No. 9)
a)
Perform height measurements, especially with levelling device and laser
b)
Length measurements, direction measurements, and angle measurements with different measurement
6 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 17 No. 11)
a)
Brettschalungen for up and down abutments as well as for foundations and build
b)
Brettschalungen Remove, clean and store
c)
Build and install reinforcements for up and down abutments as well as for foundations
d)
Installing the built-in parts, especially joint tapes, joint sheets and anchoring elements
e)
Distinguish Concrete Strength Classes By Purpose
f)
Binder and Supplement select
g)
Perform fresh concrete test
h)
Up and down and fixed points
i)
sealing structures against non-pressing and pressing water by
3
7 Manufactution of building bodies from stones
(§ 17 No. 12)
a)
Select mortar group
b)
Select binder and surcharge for masonry
c)
Insole manufacture and outer gaskets
d)
Manufacturing shaft structures made of stones, precast parts, and in-situ concrete
e)
Install Parts by Different Procedures
f)
Connect and Drill Holes and close
g)
Install chess covers made of different materials
2
8 Production of excavations and ditches, building and water retention
(§ 17 No. 13)
a)
Include street booms and store fabrics separately
b)
distinguish soil types and soil classes, assess soils
c)
recognize contamination and contaminated sites, backing up and reporting
d)
assessing and considering the impact of weather conditions on the ground condition and the structure of the structure
e)
Growing obstacles in the ground, performing actions to find supply and disposal lines, in particular creating search slots
f)
Back up existing lines
g)
Equipment for excavation, installation and compaction of floors, and
h)
Load, load, promote, compaction, store, install, and compress soils
i)
building pits and ditches
k)
open water retention for layers and groundwater
l)
Review installation materials for suitability and useability
m)
Creating embankments corresponding to the floor class
12
9 Production of traffic routes
(§ 17 No. 14)
Base for blankets and coverings:
a)
Check the altitude, flatness and compaction plan
b)
bulk material on condition and Check, install, and compress
c)
Thickness, flatness, and profile-appropriate location of the load-bearing layers, and compacted
d)
produce enclosures
Pavers and disk coverings:
e)
Betting
f)
Paths and sheets with artificial and natural stone restore
4
10 Installing and connecting supply and disposal systems
(§ 17 No. 15)
Transporting and storing pipes, fittings and fittings:
a)
Check pipes, fittings and fittings on condition and perfect condition
b)
transporting and storing piping components
installation of pressure pipes:
c)
Edit and connect metallic materials, in particular by cutting, cutting and shaping, and by means of ticks, screws, soldering, welding
d)
Edit and connect pressure pipes made of thermosetting and thermoplastic plastics, especially by clamping, cutting and shaping, and by means of ticks, screws, gluing and Welding
e)
Connecting tube bed from different materials
f)
Edit and install the pressure pipes and fittings and fittings made of different materials for the transport of liquid and gaseous media
g)
Detachable fixed and removable non-tensile connections
h)
Water piping Check tightness, check pipe lines with air for tightness
i)
Rinse and disinfect piping according to different methods
k)
Line trenches fill and condense, especially taking into account the line zone
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Laying Cables, Manufacturing and Moving Cable Skulls:
l)
lay out and cover cables
m)
Place cable protection tubes made of different materials and fill interstices
n)
Cable in Pull cable protection
2
11 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 17 No. 16)
a)
executed work on error-free Verify execution
b)
Create daily report
c)
work performed pending acceptance Protect damage
2 *)
In incompany training centres, skills are and knowledge of current numbers 6 to 10.
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In conjunction with other training contents.
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still II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
C. Focus channel construction work
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 2. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 17 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
Review work order with respect to preferences
b)
Applying technical rulebooks, building regulations and general technical terms and conditions for construction work
c)
Check forward performance of other trades on view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
consider weather conditions for performing
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 17 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Provision of supply and disposal facilities as well as accommodation and sanitary facilities
b)
create and maintain light sources and barriers
Safety and health at construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic working tools and aids, apply ergonomic workings
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines from damage
e)
endangering Note
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
Ventilation of work spaces
h)
Use protective equipment and measures to protect Take people on construction sites
i)
Take emergency measures to supply injured people in the event of accidents at work, secure the accident site
and scaffolders:
k)
Working, protecting and supporting scaffolders on and off
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction materials
(§ 17 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Identify, request and provide finished parts
c)
Construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage, and dimensional accuracy
4 Reading and Applying Drawings, Drawing up sketches
(§ 17 No. 8)
a)
Check drawings to match the circumstances on the site
b)
finished installation kizzes using standard-meaning images
c)
scale sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 17 No. 9)
a)
Perform height measurements, especially with levelling device and laser
b)
Length measurements, direction measurements, and angle measurements with different measurement
6 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 17 No. 11)
a)
frame formwork, build, stiffen and span
b)
dismantles frame formwork, clean and store
c)
Assemble and install reinforcements for soles, walls and ceilings
d)
Built-in parts, especially joint tapes, joint sheets and anchoring elements,
e)
Distinguish Concrete Strength Classes By Purpose
f)
Binder and Supplement select
g)
Perform fresh concrete test
h)
Up and down and fixed points
i)
sealing structures against non-pressing and pressing water by
4
7 Manufactution of building bodies from stones
(§ 17 No. 12)
a)
Select mortar group
b)
Select binder and surcharge for masonry
c)
Insole manufacture and outer gaskets
d)
Manufacturing shaft structures made of stones, precast parts, and in-situ concrete
e)
Install Parts by Different Procedures
f)
Connect and Drill Holes and close
g)
Federate and secure piping by using joint pieces
h)
Install chess coverings from different materials
i)
sole and berms with different
4
8 Production of excavation pits and trenches, building and water retention
(§ 17 No. 13)
a)
Include street coverings and Store fabrics separately
b)
distinguish soil types and soil classes, assess soil
c)
Detect, secure and report contamination and legacy loads
d)
Effects of weather conditions on the condition of the soil as well as on the structure and the structure of the structure
e)
Obstacles in the ground, measures for finding supply and disposal lines
f)
back up existing lines
g)
Append and load the floors
h)
Load, load, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, remove, or remove any soil. Support, store, check for compaction, install and compress
i)
excavation and trenches
k)
Perform open water retention for layer and ground water
l)
Fitting materials for the filling check for suitability and applicability
m)
Apply embankments according to the floor class
16
9 Production of traffic routes
(§ 17 No. 14)
Base for blankets and coverings:
a)
Check the plan at elevation, flatness, and compaction
b)
Check, install and compel
c)
Bulk bulk materials for quality and useability
Install and condense
d)
manufacture enclosures
paving and panel coverings, taking into account the thickness, flatness and profile-appropriate location:
e)
Betting
f)
Plaster ceilings and plate coverings with artificial and natural
4
10 installation and connection of supply and disposal systems
(§ 17 No. 15)
Transporting and storing pipes, Shaped pieces and shaft components:
a)
Tubes, fittings and shaft components on condition and
b)
transporting and storing channel components
installation of waste water pipes as a free-spout line:
c)
Verify site strength of the building ground
d)
Tube bed with different materials
e)
Tubes for non-walkable Install the free-spit lines from different materials after different alloying methods
f)
Install the branches and fittings, and measure them. log
g)
Connect home ports
h)
fill and compress line trenches, especially taking into account the line
14
Laying Cables, Manufacturing and Moving Cable Skulls:
i)
Cable Design and cover
k)
Cable protection tubes made of different materials and fill spaces
l)
pulling cables into cable protection
2
11 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 17 No. 16)
a)
check executed work for error-free execution
b)
create daily report
c)
performed work to protect against
2 *)
In-company training centres are designed to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 6 to 10.
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yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
D. Focus on Brunnenbau-und Spezialtiefbau works
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration schedule
(§ 17 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
6 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 17 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and deploy tools and small devices
n)
Devices and machines for soil contamination avoid
o)
Use conveyor and transport equipment, load bearing and stop means to protect and protect construction sites from the effects of weather and damage Save theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Disconnect waste at the site in a clean way and for the Prepare for removal
Spaces:
r)
Construction materials, equipment and machinery for transport
3 Checking, storing and selecting construction and construction materials
(§ 17 No. 7)
a)
Select building and construction aids and finished parts
b)
Determine the need for construction and construction materials as well as the finished parts, request and provide them
c)
Checking construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage and dimensional
4 Read and apply drawings, ready to use sketches
(§ 17 No. 8)
a)
Check the drawings to match the conditions on the site
b)
built-in kizzes Make
c)
Layer profiles and well development plans
d)
c)
Perform Measurements
(§ 17 Nr. 9)
a)
Perform height measurements, especially with levelling device and laser
b)
Perform length measurements, direction measurements, and angle measurements with different measurement instruments
c)
Perform water mirror measurements and depth holes in holes and
6 Production of excavation pits and trenches, building and water retention
(§ 17 No. 13)
a)
Ground types and Distinguish soil classes, assess soils
b)
detect, secure and report contamination and legacy loads
c)
Impact of weather conditions on the soil properties as well as the structure of the structure and consider it
d)
Growing obstacles in the ground, performing actions to find supply and disposal lines, in particular creating search slots
e)
Back up existing lines
f)
solve, load, promote, store, store, store, load, load, load, load, load, load, load, load, load, store, load, store, load, Installation and compaction
g)
Construction pits and ditches
h)
Closed Water Retention carry out and monitor, in particular according to the vacuum and gravity procedure
i)
Installation materials for the filling of suitability and useability
6
7 Einconstructing and connecting supply and disposal systems
(§ 17 No. 15)
installation of piping:
a)
pressure piping Install, align and connect to different processes
b)
Reconnections into existing pressure pipes
c)
Connect water and waste water house connectors
d)
Piping on Check tightness
e)
Rinse and disinfect piping
f)
above-ground piping
g)
Hide and hide the
9
Machining of metals and plastics:
h)
Select and edit materials, in particular tearing, grain, separation, joining and thread
3
Making Drilling:
i)
Drilling holes in dry and flushing drilling techniques, in particular to investigate the Building ground, for water extraction and introduction of water, for lowering of the groundwater and for the decommissioning of wells
k)
Producing well wells
l)
pick up, address, and guide the soil samples
m)
Select the drilling fluid, Dosing and controlling the drilling fluid during drilling
n)
Use and maintain drilling equipment and accessories
o)
Perform Ramm and slot sonications
14
Expansion of holes:
p)
Remove holes in different techniques to wells
q)
holes, especially to Ground water measuring points, remove
r)
Prepare and install expansion materials, in particular filter and full-wall pipes and jacket pipes or locking tubes
s)
Filling filter and filling kiese by different
6
Manufactution of closure structures:
t)
Flooding and subflur ground water measuring
3
Monting of water conveyor systems:
u)
Select pumps, mount, and operate
v)
Install pressure boiler
3
8 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 17 No. 16)
a)
validate executed work on error-free execution
b)
Create daily report
c)
work performed until it is removed from damage
2 *)
In-company training places are skills and knowledge to complement and deepen current numbers 6 and 7.
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yet II. Vocational training-2. Training Year-
E. Focus track construction work
1Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 17 No. 5)
Order failover, performance collection:
a)
examining work order in terms of preferences
b)
Technical rules, building regulations, and general Apply Technical Terms and Conditions for Construction Services
c)
Review achievements of other trades in view
Job plan and flow plan:
d)
Estimate time and personnel support
e)
Set work items
f)
The weather conditions for performing work
4 *)
2 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 17 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
Deploy the and
b)
set up and maintain light sources and barriers
Security and safety and security, and Health at the construction site:
c)
Use ergonomic tools and tools, ergonomic Apply working methods
d)
detect and protect the supply and disposal lines
e)
Hazard due to overhead lines and operating machines on site
f)
detect hazardous materials, take protective measures
g)
ventilation of work spaces Ensure
h)
Use protective equipment and take measures to protect people on construction sites
i)
In the event of accidents at work, take immediate care of injured persons, secure the accident site
Work, protection and support frameworks:
k)
Working, protecting, and supporting scaffolders set up and down
l)
Assessing the operational reliability of scaffold
Devices and Machines:
m)
Select and use tools and small devices
n)
Check devices and machines for tightness, Avoid soil contamination
o)
operate conveyor and transport equipment, use load-bearing and stop means
p)
Protect devices and machines on construction sites from weathering and damage, as well as secure against theft
Environmental protection:
q)
Separate trash on the site and prepare it for transport
Spaces:
r)
Preparing building materials, devices, and machines for
3 Check, store, and select Construction and construction materials
(§ 17 No. 7)
a)
Select construction and construction aids as well as finished parts
b)
Demand for construction and construction materials as well as on Determine the finished parts, request and deploy them
c)
Load and store the rails and sleepers
d)
Checking construction and construction aids as well as finished parts for completeness, damage and dimensional
4 Read and apply drawings, ready to use sketches
(§ 17 No. 8)
a)
Check the drawings to match the conditions on the site
b)
Scale sketches
5 Perform Measurements
(§ 17 No. 9)
a)
Perform height measurements, especially with levelling device and laser
b)
Perform length measurements, direction measurements, and angle measurements with different measurement instruments
c)
Measuring the track, groove, width and height of each
4 *)
6 Production of components Concrete and steel concrete
(§ 17 No. 11)
a)
Building, building, stiffening, and bracing frames for foundations and sketches
b)
Installing and replacing cutouts
c)
Removing, cleaning and removing formwork.
d)
distinguish concrete strength classes by intended use
e)
Binders and Select a supplement
f)
Check fresh concrete for consistency
g)
Concrete with construction machines promote and bring in
h)
Use machines and devices to seal the concrete
i)
Editing and smoothing the surface of the fresh concrete by peeling and smoothing
k)
transporting, storing, and replacing reinforced concrete
4
7 Production of excavation pits and Trenches, Verbuilds and Water Preservation
(§ 17 No. 13)
a)
distinguish soil types and soil classes, assess soils
b)
recognize contamination and contaminated sites, backing up and reporting
c)
assessing and considering the impact of weather conditions on the ground condition
d)
Growing obstacles in the ground, performing actions to find supply and disposal lines, in particular creating search slots
e)
Back up existing lines
f)
deploy devices to remove, install, and compress soils.
g)
Load, load, promote, store, store, check, build, and compress soils
h)
h)
Create a slope according to the floor class
i)
Dewatering of a web body
8
8 Create traffic routes
(§ 17 No. 14)
Paving blankets and panel coverings:
a)
Betting
b)
Manufacture Paving and Plate Coverings with Artificial And Natural Stones in Different Associations
c)
Plaster and disk coverings, snug and shatch
Asphalt blankets:
d)
Preparing the mat
e)
Installing the load and cover layer by hand and with machines and
f)
Check the top layer on flatness
g)
Connections, seams, joints, and Create edges
9
Verlocate Tracks:
i)
Planum for ground, earth body, and gravel, and check
k)
sleepers on and around
l)
slew and align sleepers
m)
rails on sleepers, especially with the help of rail pliers, transfer bows, and a two-way excavator, laying and fixing
n)
Gleisjoch
o)
Laschen connections with return flow guidance, in particular bumper connections,
p)
locking, lifting, aligning and plugging
9 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 17 No. 16)
a)
validate executed work on error-free execution
b)
Create daily report
c)
work performed until it is removed from damage
2 *)
In-company training places are skills and knowledge to complement and deepen the current numbers 6 to 8.
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Annex 4 (to § 24)
Training Framework for Vocational Education and Training for the Maurer/Maurer

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1190-1192)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 23 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular, completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Call for vocational training opportunities
d)
essential parts of the training contract. Employment contracts
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training taught
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 23 No. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to business organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, Describe the tasks and procedures of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 23 No. 3)
a)
Endanger safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
Occupational health and accident prevention regulations apply
c)
describe behaviour in case of accidents and initiate first measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviour in fires and measures to combat firefighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 23 No. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the Training company and its contribution to environmental protection explain
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmental protection Use energy and material usage
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 23 No. 5)
a)
Take action to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
with the build-up Take the participating votes, take measures to eliminate performance problems
d)
identify the building substance that is worth
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of Construction sites
(§ 23 no.6)
Set up:
a)
assess traffic routes, take measures to use
b)
Traffic guidance devices according to specified Set up and maintain a traffic sign plan
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take hedging and repair work
d)
Storage of hazardous materials Ensure
Devices and Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
cleared site
7 Making parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 23 No. 7)
a)
Podeste formwork and straight staircases build and build
b)
Concrete formwork for visible concrete manufacture
c)
Connect exposed concrete components
d)
Prefabrice reinforcement units and, in particular, install
e)
Install the stairs from the finished
8
8 Making building bodies made of stones
(§ 23 No. 8)
a)
Set the type of bandage for different masonry bodies, especially for pillars and Templates
b)
produce masonry with pillars and templates
c)
Connect natural stone walls
d)
Hide openings in the masonry with natural stones
e)
Bows manufacture
f)
Connect stairs
g)
Manufacturing exhaust systems from prefabricated parts, especially one-and-built chimneys
h)
Wall surfaces against environmental influences
i)
The body of stones against crushing water by coatings
26
9 installation of insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 23 No. 9)
a)
Insulating materials in and on walls, ceilings, shafts, and supports
b)
Installing fire protection panels
c)
Fire safety statements
2
10 Making plasters
(§ 23 No. 10)
a)
Thermal insulation and special plaster
b)
Make thermal insulation composite systems
c)
Select and apply synthetic resin plaster
d)
Design plaster surfaces by different methods
5
11 Sanieren, repair and save of building bodies
(§ 23 No. 11)
a)
Identify damage, determine causes
b)
Take measures to limit damage
c)
Type
d)
Supporting parts of the building in the production of breakthroughs
e)
Repairing and repairing the building, especially masonry and plaster
5
12 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 23 No. 12)
a)
Quality assurance measures within the scope of the work order, Determine and document work results
b)
Finn offset, compute performance
2 *)
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Appendix 5 (to § 29)
Training framework for the Vocational training for concrete and reinforced concrete constructors for concrete and reinforced concrete

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1193-1195)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 28 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular, completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Call for vocational training opportunities
d)
essential parts of the training contract. Employment contracts
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training taught
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 28 No. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to business organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, Describe the tasks and procedures of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 28 No. 3)
a)
Endanger safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
Occupational health and accident prevention regulations apply
c)
describe behaviour in case of accidents and initiate first measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviour in fires and measures to combat firefighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 28 no. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the Training company and its contribution to environmental protection explain
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmental protection Use energy and material usage
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 28 No. 5)
a)
Take action to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
with the build-up Take the participating votes, take measures to eliminate performance problems
d)
identify the building substance that is worth
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of Construction sites
(§ 28 no.6)
Set up:
a)
assess traffic routes, take measures to use
b)
Traffic guidance devices according to specified Set up and maintain a traffic sign plan
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take hedging and repair work
d)
Storage of hazardous materials Ensure
Devices and Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
cleared site
7 Create parts made of concrete and reinforced concrete
(§ 28 No. 7)
formwork:
a)
Frame, large-area and special formwork for structured components as well as for curved walls
b)
Build and build formwork for spiral staircases
c)
Sages for brackets with consoles, bar connectors, ceiling and cantilever panels creating and
18
reinforcements:
d)
reinforcements made of concrete bar and Concrete steel mats for split components and curved walls and ceilings
e)
Installing the clamping steels with anchoring
11
Parts:
f)
Edit concrete surface after design considerations
g)
Connect concrete with special properties
h)
Building parts intercept
11
8 installation of insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 28 No. 8)
Insulation materials in and on walls, ceilings, shafts and support columns and supports 2
9 Maintenance and remediation of concrete and reinforced concrete components
(§ 28 no. 9)
a)
concrete surface through Check for damage and mark defects
b)
Preparing the ground, roasting reinforcements
c)
apply corrosion protection
d)
apply adhesive bridges
e)
repair mortar processing
f)
Restore surfaces
4
10 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 28 No. 10)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures as part of the work order, determine and document work products
b)
Finalise the thickness, compute the
2 *)
In over-company training sites, skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 9 are to be supplemented and deepened.
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Appendix 6 (to § 34)
Training framework for vocational training for fire and chimney grower/fire and chimney grower

(find: BGBl. I 1999, 1196-1198)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 33 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular, completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Call for vocational training opportunities
d)
essential parts of the training contract. Employment contracts
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training taught
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 33 no. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to business organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, Describe the tasks and procedures of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 33 no. 3)
a)
Endanger safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
Occupational health and accident prevention regulations apply
c)
describe behaviour in case of accidents and initiate first measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviour in fires and measures to combat firefighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 33 no. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the Training company and its contribution to environmental protection explain
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmental protection Use energy and material usage
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 33 no.5)
a)
Take action to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
with the build-up Take the participating votes, take measures to eliminate performance problems
d)
identify the building substance that is worth
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of Construction sites
(§ 33 no. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess traffic routes, arrange for measures to be used
b)
Traffic control devices according to specified conditions. Set up and maintain a traffic sign plan
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take hedging and repair work
d)
Storage of hazardous materials Ensure
Devices and Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
cleared site
7 Making chimneys and Exhaust systems
(§ 33 no. 7)
a)
Set the type of association for different masonry bodies, especially for chimneys
b)
Surfaces
c)
Exhaust Systems, in particular freestanding chimneys, made of prefabricated parts
d)
Exhaust Systems, in particular freestanding chimneys, made of reinforced concrete
12
8 Making fireproof constructions
(§ 33 No. 8)
a)
Preparing Stampf, Shake and Spray Masses, and
b)
Refractory brick vaults, hanging ceilings, and walls held by steel
24
9 installation of insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 33 no. 9)
a)
insulating materials in and on walls, ceilings, shafts, and supports
b)
Fire protection panels
c)
Connect fire protection
2
10 Erjudging lightning protection systems for external lightning protection
(§ 33 No. 10)
a)
Determine the grounding resistance of common ground shapes, set and document dimensions of surface and low-voltage sources
b)
Erder, taking into account the ground of cables and pipes
c)
Build potential balancing, mount potential balancing rail, connect existing earth lines
d)
Build lightning protection systems for external lightning protection in accordance with technical rules, in particular Arrangement of fishing gear and derivations, taking into account the proximity of electrical equipment, setting and documenting
e)
Measuring, assessing and documenting resistors of earth and lightning protection
4
11 refurbishing, repairing and securing of buildings
(§ 33 no. 11)
a)
Identify damage, determine causes
b)
Measures to Take damage limitation
c)
Estimate the type and extent of refurbishment and repair
d)
support building parts in the production of breakthroughs
e)
Perform refurbishment and repair work, especially of exhaust ducts and fireproof
4
12 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 33 No. 12)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures as part of the work order, determine and document work products
b)
Finalise the thickness, compute the
2 *)
In over-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 11 are to be supplemented and deepened.
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Appendix 6a (to § 37b)
Training framework for vocational training as a construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology/to the construction mechanic for demolition and concrete separation technology

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 539-541;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)-3. Training year-
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image Skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Time guide values in Weeks in 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1Vocational Training, Work and Tarifrecht
(§ 37a 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
to mediate throughout the training
2 Construction and organization of the Training operations
(§ 37a no. 2)
a)
The structure and tasks of the forming enterprise explain
b)
Basic functions of the training company such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to economic organizations, Professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the executive bodies of the training or personnel representation of the training Describe
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 37a No. 3)
a)
Threat to safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe accidents and initiate first actions
d)
Rules of the Apply preventive fire protection; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 37a No. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts by the training company and its contribution to environmental protection by examples
b)
apply environmental protection rules
c)
Possibilities of the economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of an environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 37a No. 5)
a)
Take action to ensure the workflow
b)
recognize work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
Voting with those involved in the building, taking actions to eliminate performance failures
d)
Edit Work Tasks with Information and Communication Systems
e)
Work Tasks Plan and perform team-
3 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and rooms of construction sites
(§ 37a no. 6)
a)
assessing traffic routes, measures to use
b)
establish and maintain traffic control devices according to the specified traffic sign plan
c)
Ensuring the storage of hazardous materials
d)
Measures for the protection of vegetation
e)
Submit a vacant construction site and
6 *)
7 Run drilling and separation methods with construction machines and devices
(§ 37a No. 7)
a)
Drilling and separation techniques taking into account the building constructions and by order select
b)
detect and display contaminated materials
c)
Drilling, especially in Masonry, concrete and reinforced concrete, with drilling rigs
d)
Perform backup and protection measures for drilling and separation work
e)
Separation work, especially with sawing,
f)
Connect
g)
Select machine tools, insert, and wait
15
8 Run demolition procedure with construction machines and equipment
(§ 37a no. 8)
a)
Abort techniques, taking into account the building constructions, especially from masonry, concrete, reinforced concrete, steel and wood, by order
b)
detect and display contaminated building materials
c)
Backup and protection measures for Demolition work, in particular under-catch and support,
d)
Run demolition with hand-held machines
e)
Demolition work with construction machines, especially hydraulic excavators and their attachments, as well as front loaders, run
f)
protecting preserved buildings and related components
g)
Work aids, especially climbing lifts and
h)
Securing and removing components and elements
i)
Building machine stand
15
9 Maintenance and maintenance of construction machines, equipment and -Vehicles
(§ 37a No. 9)
a)
Construction machinery and equipment outside of public road transport
b)
Construction machines and equipment Loading and converting
c)
Upgrade construction machines and devices
d)
Construction machines and devices (e)
Construction machinery and equipment, taking into account the operating and the environment, in compliance with operational requirements and environmental protection
Keep maintenance instructions and the accident prevention regulations in stand
f)
detect faults and errors and cause
6
10 Disconnect and interim storage of demolition materials
(§ 37a No. 10)
a)
Split Abort Materials
b)
Abort Materials, especially considering regulations, store
c)
Disposal of causing contaminated sludges and demolition materials
4
11 Quality assurance measures and reporting
(§ 27a No. 11)
a)
Perform quality assurance actions as part of the work order
b)
Detect, document, and evaluate work products in a team
c)
Thickness-up, masses Identify and calculate benefits
d)
Schedule and perform work tasks in a customer-oriented
3 *)
Incompany training centres are designed to complement and deepen skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 10.

*) In connection with other training contents. Non-official table of contents

Annex 7 (to § 39)
Training framework for vocational training to the carpenter/room

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1199-1201)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professionskills and knowledge that are included self-employed planning, implementation and control. Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 38 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular, completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Call for vocational training opportunities
d)
essential parts of the training contract. Employment contracts
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training taught
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 38 no. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to business organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, Describe the tasks and procedures of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 38 No. 3)
a)
Endanger safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
Occupational health and accident prevention regulations apply
c)
describe behaviour in case of accidents and initiate first measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviour in fires and measures to combat firefighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 38 no. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the Training company and its contribution to environmental protection explain
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmental protection Use energy and material usage
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 38 no. 5)
a)
Take action to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
with the build-up Take the participating votes, take measures to eliminate performance problems
d)
identify the building substance that is worth
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of Construction sites
(§ 38 no. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess traffic routes, take action for use
b)
Traffic guidance devices according to specified Set up and maintain a traffic sign plan
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take hedging and repair work
d)
Storage of hazardous materials Ensure
Devices and Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
cleared site
7 Making Wooden constructions
(§ 38 No. 7)
a)
Roof roof tiles
b)
Roof structures, discharge and skating (c)
install prefabricated elements and wooden structures for walls, ceilings and roofs with unequal inclination, including fittings and roof gauves in different versions
c)
anchorage
26
8 installation of insulation materials for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 38 No. 8)
a)
Check insulation systems and their effect, , in particular taking into account fire protection, assess
b)
Humidity and heat protection, in particular with regard to wind resistance, vapour diffusion and rear
,
2
9 Making Substructures and garments
(§ 38 no. 9)
a)
External wall coverings, in particular with regard to the rear ventilation, manufacturing
b)
forming joints and corners in wooden structures and facades in terms of impact strength and wind-tightness and building
6
10 Making, mounting, and fixing Components
(§ 38 Nr. 10)
a)
Install prefabricated components, in particular windows and doors
b)
Mounting and mounting aids for Select and install anchorages, especially dowels, diagonal bandages, clamping locks, spacers and sheet steel fasteners
c)
manufacture and install coiled staircases
6
11 Serve and wait Woodworking machines and tools
(§ 38 No. 11)
a)
Set up stationary woodworking machines
b)
Machine tools instand
2
12 Get and repair timber constructions
(§ 38 no. 12)
a)
detect damage due to visual inspection and Document
b)
Take measures to limit damage
c)
Estimate the type and extent of repair
d)
Perform conservation and repair measures, make shapes and templates, Replacing and supplementing wood components, carrying out wood protection measures
4
13 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 38 No. 13)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures as part of the work order, determine and document work products
b)
Finalise the thickness, compute the
2 *)
In over-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 12 are to be supplemented and deepened.
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*)
To mediate in conjunction with other training contents.
A non-official table of contents

Annex 8 (to § 44)
Training Framework for Vocational Training to the Stukkateur/Stukkateurin

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1202-1204)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professionskills and knowledge that are included self-employed planning, implementation and control. Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 43 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular, completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Call for vocational training opportunities
d)
essential parts of the training contract. Employment contracts
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training taught
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 43 No. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to business organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, Describe the tasks and procedures of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 43 No. 3)
a)
Endanger safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
Occupational health and accident prevention regulations apply
c)
describe behaviour in case of accidents and initiate first measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviour in fires and measures to combat firefighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 43 no. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the Training company and its contribution to environmental protection explain
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmental protection Use energy and material usage
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 43 No. 5)
a)
Take action to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
with the build-up Take the participating votes, take measures to eliminate performance problems
d)
identify the building substance that is worth
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of Construction sites
(§ 43 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess traffic routes, arrange for measures to be used
b)
Traffic control devices according to specified conditions. Set up and maintain a traffic sign plan
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take hedging and repair work
d)
Storage of hazardous materials Ensure
Devices and Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
cleared site
7 Making plasters
(§ 43 No. 7)
a)
apply thermal insulation usage
b)
apply special plaster
c)
create thermal insulation composite systems
d)
plaster surfaces according to different
6
8 Making wire plastering
(§ 43 No. 8)
a)
Underconstructions for Gesimse, Schürzen und pillars manufacturing
b)
Wire-wire-vaulted
2
9 Making spreads and inserts
(§ 43 No. 9)
a)
To create and insert cutouts for different geometric shapes
b)
Cutting, reshaping, and attaching the rails and frames
c)
Balancing
d)
Gipsestrich
e)
Create and cut a joint
f)
Create and install the finishing line
g)
Create a slope and balance shaking
4
10 Making Dry building constructions
(§ 43 No. 10)
a)
Disks and panels, in particular plasterboard and gypsum fibreboard, to be used and
b)
prefabricated components, in particular windows, doors and sanitary system components, assemble
c)
sheaths and clothing, in particular of gypsum plasterboard and gypsum fibreboards, manufacturing
d)
Undercovering and ceiling coverings, especially from plasterboard and gypsum fibreboards
e)
forming motion
13
11 Run stucco work
(§ 43 No.11)
a)
Drag stucco profiles on site
b)
brush and Gesimer profiles
c)
Connect the application
d)
Work in Stuccolustro-and stucco marble technique
e)
Rotate balusters and
16
12 refurbishing and repairing stucco and plaster
(§ 43 no. 12)
a)
Estimate the type and extent of refurbishment and repair
b)
Perform refurbishment and repair, in particular, apply remediation, and secure, remove and remove stucco parts. Working
c)
detect and report hazardous
5
13 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 43 No. 13)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures as part of the work order, determine and document work products
b)
Finalise the thickness, compute the
2 *)
In over-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 12 are to be supplemented and deepened.
----------
*)
To mediate in conjunction with other training contents.
unofficial table of contents

Appendix 9 (to § 49)
Education, tile, mosaic, tile, tile, mosaic, tile, mosaic, tile, tile, tile, and mosaic publisher

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1205-1207)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professionskills and knowledge that are included self-employed planning, implementation and control. Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 48 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular, completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Call for vocational training opportunities
d)
essential parts of the training contract. Employment contracts
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training taught
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 48 No. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to business organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, Describe the tasks and procedures of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 48 No. 3)
a)
Endanger safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
Occupational health and accident prevention regulations apply
c)
describe behaviour in case of accidents and initiate first measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviour in fires and measures to combat firefighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 48 No. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the Training company and its contribution to environmental protection explain
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmental protection Use energy and material usage
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 48 No. 5)
a)
Take action to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
with the build-up Take the participating votes, take measures to eliminate performance problems
d)
identify the building substance that is worth
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of Construction sites
(§ 48 no.6)
Set up:
a)
assess traffic routes, take action for use
b)
Traffic guidance devices according to specified Set up and maintain a traffic sign plan
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take hedging and repair work
d)
Storage of hazardous materials Ensure
Devices and Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
cleared site
7 installation of insulation materials for the Heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 48 No. 7)
a)
Introducing insulation systems from corpses and local foam
b)
Fire protection certificates Fastening means as well as in the area of edge and movement joints
4
8 Set and move tiles, plates and mosaics
(§ 48 no. 8)
a)
Select and use tools, in particular adjustment aids and templates, as well as templates
b)
Components, in particular columns, stairs, arches and rounded surfaces, in different techniques, taking into account design aspects
c)
Clean coverings
26
d)
anchor large-format disks and components
e)
Select and edit natural and work stones
f)
Clothing parts with natural and work
8
9 refurbishing and repairing garments and coverings made of tiles, plates and mosaics
(§ 48 no. 9)
a)
Clothing and coverings for damage Check
b)
Estimate the causes of damage to clothing and coverings
c)
Propose measures to clean up and repair clothing and deposits
d)
Remove efflorescence, curate, grow and conserve
e)
Refurbish and repair clothes and coverings
8
10 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 48 No. 10)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures as part of the work order, determine and document work results
b)
Finishing the thickness, calculating the performance
2 *)
In over-company training sites, skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 9 are to be supplemented and deepened.
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*)
To mediate in conjunction with other training contents.
A non-official table of contents

Appendix 10 (to § 54)
Training Framework for Vocational Education and Training for the Estrel Publisher

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1208-1210)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional imageskills and knowledge that are available at Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 53 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular, completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Call for vocational training opportunities
d)
essential parts of the training contract. Employment contracts
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
throughout the training taught
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 53 No. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to business organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, Describe the tasks and procedures of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 53 No. 3)
a)
Endanger safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
Occupational health and accident prevention regulations apply
c)
describe behaviour in case of accidents and initiate first measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviour in fires and measures to combat firefighting
4 Environmental protection
(§ 53 No. 4)
contribute to the avoidance of operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the Training company and its contribution to environmental protection explain
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations for the training company
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmental protection Use energy and material usage
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly
5 Order failover, performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 53 no.5)
a)
Take action to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to improve, and use
c)
with the build-up Take the participating votes, take measures to eliminate performance problems
d)
identify the building substance that is worth
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of Construction sites
(§ 53 no.6)
Set up:
a)
assess traffic routes, take measures to use
b)
Traffic guidance devices according to specified Set up and maintain a traffic sign plan
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take hedging and repair work
d)
Storage of hazardous materials Ensure
Devices and Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use:
f)
cleared site
7 installation of insulation materials for the Heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 53 No. 7)
a)
Introducing insulation systems from corpses and local foam
b)
Fire protection certificates in the Creating a range of edge and motion
4
8 Produce Screed
(§ 53 No. 8)
a)
Industrial Test by Hand and (b)
Install cavity and double bottoms of different systems
c)
Components using different systems to combat soil moisture,
non-pressing water sealing
d)
Components against residual moisture
20
9 Laying Coverings from Plates, Railways and Laminates
(§ 53 No. 9)
coverings according to different methods, especially with regard to design aspects, relocate 4
10 Application of synthetic resin layers
(§ 53 No. 10)
synthetic resin layers made of reaction resins for impregnation, sealings, coatings and synthetic resin test riches according to different methods 6
11 Production of concrete floors
(§ 53 No. 11)
a)
Select concrete strength class
b)
Select optional
c)
Concrete binder and surcharge select
d)
Connect concrete, promote, insert, and compress
e)
Draw the surface of the fresh concrete in height, apply the wear layer, and smooth the
4
12 refurbishing and repairing
(§ 53 No. 12)
a)
Check Edges and Harms for Damage
b)
causes of damage to floor coverings Estimate
c)
Propose measures for remediation and repair of screeds and coverings
d)
renovate and repair spreads and coverings
8
13 Quality-assurance measures and Reporting
(§ 53 No. 13)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures within the scope of the work order, determine work results, and documenting
b)
Thickness-up, compute performance
2 *)
In over-company training sites, skills and To supplement and deepen the knowledge of current numbers 7 to 12.
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*)
In connection with other training contents
unofficial table of contents

Appendix 11 (to § 59)
Training Framework for Vocational Education and Training for the Heat, Cold and sound insulation insulation/for heat, cold and sound insulation insulation

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1211-1213)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 58 No. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 58 No. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection At work
(§ 58 No. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 58 No. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 58 no.5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 58 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
spaces:
f)
Submit a vacant
7 Preparing materials for surface protection
(§ 58 No. 7)
a)
Set up machines by operating instructions and
)
Edit and connect plastic molded parts
d)
Edit and connect disks from
8
8 attachment of Substructures
(§ 58 No. 8)
attach support and support structures 2
9 Fairs, Ripping, Unwinding, Lashing and mounting shaped pieces
(§ 58 No. 9)
a)
measure asset parts, record isometrics, and finished
b)
Shape pieces, especially transitions, container heads, trousers, mold caps and flattenings, pre-finished
10
10 Making dusk insulation for heat, Cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 58 No. 10)
Building insulation materials:
a)
manufacture mattresses made of insulating materials with fabric cover, and
b)
Manufacture Insulation Systems from local foam
c)
Manufacture Fireproof Seals
d)
Check insulation systems and their effect, especially taking into account fire protection.
8
Ummanteln of twilight:
e)
Sewing with Sealing compounds and strips
f)
Prepare plastic hard coats, work with bandages, especially from nettle and jute, apply mantle, and flatten
5
Cold Protection:
G)
Cold protection on flat surfaces, piping, containers and special shapes
h)
Install cooling room doors and hatches
Sound protection:
i)
Connect soundproofing to flat surfaces, piping, containers and special shapes
k)
manufacture sound capsules and sound hoods, and
Fire protection:
l)
manufacture fire protection at technical installations, in particular in air-technical installations, electrical installations and piping
8
11 Making Components in dry construction
(§ 58 No. 11)
a)
lashing and mounting panels and panels
b)
mounting walls and garments, as well as Undercover and ceiling coverings, in particular made of plasterboard and gypsum fibreboards, manufacture windproofness
c)
train and close motion
2
12 refurbishing and repairing Insulation for heat, cold, sound and fire protection
(§ 58 No. 12)
a)
detect damage, determine causes
b)
measures
c)
Estimate the type and extent of refurbishment or repair
d)
Perform refurbishment or
3
13 Quality-assurance measures and Reporting
(§ 58 No. 13)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures within the scope of the work order, determine work results, and documenting
b)
Thickness-up, compute performance
2 *)
In over-use Training centres must be supplemented and deepened with skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 12.
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*)
In conjunction with other training contents.
unofficial Table of contents

Annex 12 (to § 64)
Training Framework for Vocational Training for the Dry Construction Engineer/to the Dry Construction Installer

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1214-1216)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 63 No. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 63 No. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection At work
(§ 63 No. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 63 No. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 63 no. 5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 63 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
Submit Cleared Site
7 Construction of prefabricated floor constructions
(§ 63 no. 7)
a)
create and insert cutouts for different geometric shapes
b)
Cutting, forming, and reshaping the rails and frames
c)
Apply profile and edge joints with a profile
d)
Create a slope and balancing shading
e)
Install ready-to-use pains
f)
cavity and double floors of different systems
8
8 Manufactution of dry building constructions
(§ 63 no. 8)
a)
yaw disks and panels, and
b)
Carriers, Structures and Supports
c)
prefabricated components, in particular windows, doors, fire-resistant glass, sanitary system components, load bearing structures and installation parts,
d)
Manufacture and mount sheathing and shaking
e)
Manufacture and mount ceilings and ceiling coverings
f)
Pre-wall installation and installation walls manufacturing
g)
manufacturing installation shafts
h)
mountable partitions
i)
mounting fire walls
k)
fire protection connectors, in particular in air and electrical engineering
l)
Connect and mount cable channels
m)
Fabricating vaults and sheets and planking them with different materials
n)
Fugen Machine close
o)
Roof Slopes, especially with respect to wind resistance, steam diffusion and rear ventilation,
p)
Design constructions for special technical and design requirements; and
26
9 refurbishing and repairing dry-building constructions
(§ 63 no. 9)
a)
Kind and scope of refurbishment
b)
Rework and repair
c)
Report Hazardous
12
10 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 63 No. 10)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures within the scope of the work order, determine work results, and documenting
b)
Thickness-up, compute performance
2 *)
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Annex 13 (to § 69)
Training framework for vocational training for road-builder/road maker

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1217-1219)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, working and collective bargaining
(§ 68 No. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 68 No. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection At work
(§ 68 No. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 68 No. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 68 No. 5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 68 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
Submit Cleared Site
7 Manufactution of bodies from stones
(§ 68 no. 7)
manufacture natural stone masonry 3
8 Making the draining of traffic areas
(§ 68 No. 8)
a)
create open and closed drainage and connectors
b)
produce breakthroughs and drillings by means of supports and interceptions; and closing
c)
Construction works after different sealing methods against soil moisture and water
9
9 Making the base for blankets and coverings
(§ 68 No. 9)
Replace the finished parts with height and alignment 4
10 Making paving blankets and disk coverings
(§ 68 No. 10)
a)
Connect paving and panel coverings in sheets and change of inclination patterns
b)
Work patches and plates on edges and degrees, as well as on Installation and cut-outs
c)
Slabs in different sizes from artificial and natural materials
d)
Paving and panel coverings with different materials
e)
Restore paving and panel coverings after excavation taking into account adjacent coverings
23
11 Production of asphalt blankets
(§ 68 No. 11)
a)
train and close joints
b)
create surface protection layers by different methods
c)
blankets on Check for damage and prepare for repair
d)
Restore top layers after excavation
4
12 Production of ceilings made of concrete
(§ 68 No. 12)
a)
Set the formwork in height and alignment, prepare a pad
b)
set and train joints
c)
fresh concrete test
d)
Compress Fresh Concrete Ceiling with vibrator and peel, treat and protect
e)
manufacture joints and potting compound
f)
Check blankets for damage and contribute to the production of the surface. Prepare a
3
13 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 68 No. 13)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures as part of the work order, identify and document work results
b)
prepare offset, calculate performance
2 *)
In company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 12 are to be added and added to deepen.
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Annex 14 (to § 74)
Training framework for vocational training to piping manufacturer/piping builder

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1220-1222)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 73 No. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 73 no. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection at work
(§ 73 no. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 73 no. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 73 no. 5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 73 no. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
Submit Cleared Site
7 Manufactution of shaft structures
(§ 73 no. 7)
a)
Federate and secure piping
b)
Shaft Structures by different methods against soil moisture and water, and by different methods to protect against corrosion and chemical
2
8 Manufactution of excavations and ditches, construction and water retention
(§ 73 no. 8)
a)
detect, report and back up contamination and legacy loads
b)
Sources of danger when excavating excavations and trenches, as well as when they are being built, and prevent them from being exposed to the environment, In particular, the risk of collapse, water slump, gas leak, durability of the assembly and the condition of the building material
c)
excavations and trenches according to different methods
d)
closed groundwater retention
e)
Sub-catch
12
9 Making traffic routes
(§ 73 no. 9)
a)
prepare a pad
b)
Install the finished parts with height and alignment
c)
Work with edges and connectors on plates and pavers, as well as on inserts and recesses relaying
d)
Restore asphalt after excavation
3
10 Build-up of pressure pipes
(§ 73 No. 10)
a)
Installing, replacing and aligning pressure piping with fittings and fittings for the transport of liquid and gaseous media from different plastics and steel
b)
Working on in Operating pressure pipes, in particular taking into account pipe closures by squeezing and setting off-blowing by hand and by means of setting tool
c)
House connections, in particular for gas and Water, manufacture
d)
to protect pressure pipes using different processes against corrosion and chemical influences
e)
Pressure pipelines according to different methods in trenchless design
23
11 refurbishing and repairing pressure piping
(§ 73 no. 11)
a)
The damage is detected, Determine the causes
b)
Take measures to limit damage
c)
distinguish remediation techniques
d)
remove pressure pipes, replace fittings and molded parts, pressure pipes in Take
6
12 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 73 no. 12)
a)
Quality-assurance measures performing work order, identifying and documenting work results
b)
Fining the thickness, calculating the performance
2 *)
In over-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 11 are to be supplemented and deepened.
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Annex 15 (to § 79)
Training Framework for Vocational Training to the Channel Builder

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1223-1225)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 78 No. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 78 No. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection at work
(§ 78 no. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 78 no. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 78 no.5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 78 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
Submit Cleared Site
7 Manufactution of shaft structures
(§ 78 no. 7)
a)
manufacture sole-crashes with different materials
b)
Chess structures according to different methods against soil moisture and Sealing water and protecting against corrosion and chemical influences by different processes
c)
Check shaft structures for watertightness
5
8 manufacture of excavations and trenches, Installation and Water retention
(§ 78 No. 8)
a)
detect, report, and back up contamination and legacy loads
b)
sources of danger Excavation of excavated excavations and ditches as well as during their construction, in particular risk of collapse, water collapse, gas outlet, durability of the composite and condition of the building material
c)
excavations and trenches according to different techniques
d)
perform closed ground water retention
e)
intercept
14
9 Making traffic routes
(§ 78 No. 9)
a)
prepare a pad
b)
Install ready-to-use heights and aligned
c)
edges and connectors on the disks and patches
d)
Restore asphalt after excavation
3
10 installation of waste water pipes as a free-view and pressure pipe line
(§ 78 no. 10)
a)
Tubes for accessible free-spar lines from different materials according to different alloying methods
b)
Installing pipes for pressure pipes made of different materials according to different types of installation
c)
Connect outside pipe doors
d)
pipelines, in particular Tightness
18
11 Saning and repairing channels
(§ 78 No. 11)
a)
Sanierungsverfahren
b)
Unlock channels
c)
Connect waste water
d)
Clean channels, especially considering state capture
e)
Piping and slots after Protect against corrosion and chemical influences
f)
renovate canals, especially when using an in-liner
6
12 Quality-assurance measures and Reporting
(§ 78 No. 12)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures within the scope of the work order, determine work results, and documenting
b)
Thickness-up, compute performance
2 *)
In over-use Training centres must be supplemented and deepened with skills and knowledge from current numbers 7 to 11.
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Annex 16 (to § 84)
Training Framework for Vocational Training zum Brunnenbauer/zur Brunnenbauerin

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1226-1228)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 83 No. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 83 No. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection at work
(§ 83 no. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 83 No. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 83 no. 5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 83 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
Submit Cleared Site
7 Machining of metals and plastics
(§ 83 no. 7)
a)
pipe and hose connections, in particular by means of screw, welding and gluing technology
b)
workpieces
2
8 Serving and maintenance of equipment, equipment and machines
(§ 83 no. 8)
a)
Components, assemblies and components, in particular safety devices, to check for wear and maintain
b)
mechanical connections, in particular their securing elements, control and repair
c)
hydraulic, Use and maintain pneumatic and electrical control and drive systems as well as internal combustion engines
d)
detect, isolate and assess faults and faults in components, assemblies and systems of equipment
e)
Control, clean, and
3
9 Manufactution of vertical holes
(§ 83 No. 9)
a)
Select, set up and maintain drilling tools
b)
Drill work, in particular with the removal of undisturbed soil samples using core drilling techniques
c)
Prepare the hole for geophysical investigations and drilling test
d)
Drill Holes
e)
Perform Fishing
f)
Backup Measures in Drilling in contaminated soils
8
10 Making horizontal holes
(§ 83 No. 10)
a)
Start-and Create a target pit, check route history
b)
Prepare and perform a hole in accordance with pre-set procedures, check route
3
11 Extension of holes to wells
(§ 83 No. 11)
a)
Determine filter gravel grading and insert filter gravel
b)
select compressible and pourable sealing materials and use different techniques
c)
Fountain clear pumps, de-sandes, degerminate and sample, and create logs
d)
Perform intensive sanding measures and log
e)
Perform a performance pump attempt and create a pump scan
14
12 Manufactution of terminating structures
(§ 83 no. 12)
a)
Fountain Shafts, in particular by the Erdaushub and the assembly of finished parts
b)
Select and install chess covers
c)
Connect well heads and install
d)
5
13 Installing water-handling and water treatment plants
(§ 83 No. 13)
a)
Select and install measurement and control devices
b)
Install water feed systems
c)
Install and wait for water treatment
4
14 Maintenance and remediation of wells
(§ 83 no. 14)
a)
Fountain for geophysical and optical examination procedures preparing
b)
detecting and documenting failures and causes of power declines
c)
Perform mechanical, hydraulic, and chemical well regeneration processes
d)
Brunnensanierungsverfahren Perform and document
e)
Check, maintain and repair pumps and conveyor
7
15 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 83 No. 15)
a)
Perform quality assurance measures as part of the work order, determine and document work results
b)
ready-to-measure performance, performance
2 *)
In-company training places are skills and knowledge from the running numbers 7 to 14 to supplement and deepen.
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Appendix 17 (to § 89)
Training Framework for Vocational Education and Training Speciality deep-grower/speciality deep-grower

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1229-1232)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Timing values in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, working and collective bargaining
(§ 88 No. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 88 No. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection At work
(§ 88 No. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 88 No. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 88 no.5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 88 No. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
Submit Cleared Site
7 Checking, storing and selecting construction and construction materials
(§ 88 No. 7)
Perform entry control for building and building auxiliary materials, especially by restoring samples
8 Perform Measurements
(§ 88 No. 8)
a)
Measure and drop drill bits by location and height
b)
Perform elevation and set control measurements
c)
Vibration and vibration measurements
out
9 Machining of metals and Plastics
(§ 88 No. 9)
a)
pipe and hose connections, in particular by means of screw, sweat, and Glue
b)
Connect workpieces
2
10 Servicing and maintenance of equipment, machines and equipment
(§ 88 No. 10)
a)
Build and operate basic and attachment devices and drilling tools
b)
Set up machines and equipment as well as tools and accessories for shaking, ramming, and vibrators, and
c)
assemble and operate injection components, in particular high-pressure pumps, mixers, delivery and storage systems into injection units,
d)
Install measurement, control and safety devices, Check and operate measurement results
e)
Use and maintain hydraulic, pneumatic, and electrical control and drive systems as well as internal combustion engines
f)
Faults and faults in machines, equipment and Determine, isolate and assess assets, arrange repair
g)
Control, clean and wait for carrying, stop, and load-receiving
10
11 Making holes
(§ 88 No. 11)
a)
Prepare and perform drilling according to pre-set procedures, in particular for the production of piles and the installation of Carriers and anchors
b)
Drill large holes for piles, including drilling templates
c)
Small boreholes, especially for injection lances
d)
Drill holes for geophysical investigations and Prepare a hole test
e)
Perform drilling work in contaminated soils using personal protective equipment and compliance with the security rules
f)
Drill
12
12 Making piles and anchorage systems
(§ 88 No. 12)
a)
piles by different methods manufacture
b)
Install and span anchor systems, perform post-compression, control anchors
7
13 Manufactution of excavations and slope backups
(§ 88 No. 13)
a)
Construction, in particular by carriers and bulges,
b)
Save embankments and terrain testing, in particular with shotcrete
6
14 Perform injection work
(§ 88 No. 14)
a)
Injection lances in holes with locking means
b)
Seals and solidifications in the pore injection
3
15 Performing Ramm, Rüttel and Vibration Work
(§ 88 No. 15)
a)
Connect Rammals
b)
Components, especially spundbohlen or steel girders, by ramming, shaking and
3
16 Production of slot and seal walls
(§ 88 No. 16)
a)
create guide walls
b)
slots for excavations, and Remove sealing walls
c)
prepare bentonite and seal wall suspensions
d)
Install the reinforcement baskets in support fluid
e)
Concrete slots in the contract
3
17 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 88 No. 17)
a)
Quality-assurance measures within the scope of the work order perform, determine work results, and document work results
b)
Thickness-up, compute performance
2 *)
In-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 9 to 16 are to be supplemented and deepened.
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Annex 18 (to § 94)
Training framework for vocational training for the track builder/track builder

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1233-1235)
-3. Training Year-
Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and knowledge that are available under Involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control are to be conveyed Time limits in weeks in the 3. Training year
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labor and collective bargaining
(§ 93 no. 1)
a)
importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
call mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
possibilities of professional training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
mediate throughout the entire training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 93 no. 2)
a)
Building and tasks of the training
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as supply, procurement, manufacturing and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to the company Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation-law bodies describe
3 Safety and Health Protection at work
(§ 93 no. 3)
a)
Endangers safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviors in the event of an accident and initiate first actions
d)
Preventive rules of the preventive Apply fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 93 no. 4)
To avoid operational environmental pollution in the
b)
Regulations applicable to the training establishment are to contribute, in particular to
a)
possible environmental pressures caused by the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
environmental protection
c)
Use the possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Order failover, Performance collection, job plan, and expiration plan
(§ 93 no. 5)
a)
Measures to ensure workflow
b)
detect work flows and work relationships, suggest ways to make improvements, and use
c)
will take part with the participants in the construction process, in the event of performance disruptions, measures to eliminate
d)
detect the value of the building substance that is obtained and cause protection
4 *)
6 Setting up, saving, and spaces of construction sites
(§ 93 no. 6)
Set up:
a)
assess transport routes, take action for use
b)
Set up traffic control devices in accordance with the given traffic sign plan, and
Safety and health at the site:
c)
Take precautionary measures in remediation and repair work
d)
Ensure the storage of hazardous materials
Machines:
e)
Select, request, transport, store, and prepare for use
Rooms:
f)
Submit Cleared Site
7 Read and apply drawings, ready-to-use sketches
(§ 93 No. 7)
a)
Track and elevation plans of track systems, in particular track marketing plans, track plans, soft sketches and turnout plans, read and apply
b)
Is-compare with the target position of track systems with the help of marketing plans
4 *)
8 Making web transitions
(§ 93 no. 8)
a)
railway crossings in different types
b)
Surface dewatering for railway crossings and rail systems with mobile traffic
6
9 Verlaying tracks and switches
(§ 93 no. 9)
a)
Transverse and longitudinal sliding resistance by installing
b)
Check the height and direction of the laid tracks, in particular with a levelling, optical visor and arrow height measuring device, check
c)
Track with machines jochwise relaying
d)
mounting slips
10
e)
assemble and install
10
10 Remaintenance of tracks and switches
(§ 93 no. 10)
a)
create an apron pit to assess the gravel, the ground and the ground
b)
Check the bulkhead for soiling
c)
The rails by flame cutting and cutting loops split
d)
dismantle, load and transport tracks
e)
remove, transport and store bulkheads
f)
check small iron for reusability
g)
Review the clearance of the light space and Remove obstacles
h)
Mainland and maintain web dams, edge paths, and drainage
10
i)
Check and remove defects
k)
take up the height and direction of the
6
11 Quality-assurance measures and reporting
(§ 93 No. 11)
a)
Quality-assurance measures within the scope of the work order perform, determine work results, and document work results
b)
Thickness-up, compute performance
2 *)
In-company training centres, skills and knowledge from current numbers 8 to 10 are to be supplemented and deepened.
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To mediate in connection with other training contents.