Regulation on vocational training as a sign-of-the-skimer

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Bauzeichner/zur Bauzeichnerin

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Regulation on vocational training as a sign-of-the-skimer

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BauZAusbV 2002

Date of completion: 12.07.2002

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" Regulation on vocational training for the construction signatory of 12 July 2002 (BGBl. 2622; 2003 I p. 277), as set out in Article 1 of the Regulation of 12 May 2004 (BGBl I). I p. 931)

Status: Amended by Art. 1 V v. 12.5.2004 I 931

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Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1.8.2002 + + +) 

This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of Section 25 of the Vocational Training Act. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for the vocational school, which is agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, are published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette. Unofficial table of contents

Input formula

Pursuant to Section 25 (1) in conjunction with Section 2, Sentence 1, of the Vocational Training Act of 14 August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), which was last amended by Article 202 (2) of the Regulation of 29 June 2002. October 2001 (BGBl. 2785), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is responsible for the following: Unofficial table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the vocational training profession

The training occupation of the building sign/designer is recognized by the state. Unofficial table of contents

§ 2 Training Duration

The training lasts three years. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Structure of vocational training

In the course of vocational training to the building sign/to the construction sign are
1.
in the first year of training in at least eight weeks, in particular skills and knowledge of current numbers 10, 11 and 12 of the Annex,
2.
in the second year of training, in at least eight weeks, in particular skills and knowledge of current numbers 10, 11 and 12 of the Annex,
3.
in the third year of training, two weeks in particular, skills and knowledge from the current number 12 of the installation
in company-based or in-company training centres. Unofficial table of contents

§ 4 Training profession

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training, labour and collective bargaining,
2.
Establishment and organisation of training activities,
3.
safety and health protection at work,
4.
environmental protection,
5.
organisation and communication, work processes,
6.
Cooperation with authorities and other parties involved in the construction process,
7.
Dealing with information and communication technologies,
8.
Techniques of drawing,
9.
Selection and use of building materials and components,
10.
Participate in construction processes and carry out construction work,
11.
Inventory and surveying,
12.
Computer-based drawing,
13.
Design of components,
14.
Quality assurance measures, customer orientation,
15.
Creation of plans and drawings, subject-specific calculations.
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§ 5 Training framework plan

(1) The skills and knowledge referred to in § 3 shall be based on the instruction contained in the Appendix regarding the factual and temporal structure, taking into account the focal points of architecture, civil engineering and civil engineering, road construction and landscaping. vocational training (training framework plan). A material and time breakdown of the content of the training, which differs from the training framework plan, is permitted, in particular, where special operational characteristics require the deviation. (2) The skills referred to in this Regulation, and Knowledge is to be taught in such a way that the trainee is qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of § 1 para. 2 of the Vocational Training Act, which in particular is to plan, carry out and control independent work is included. This qualification must also be proven in the examinations according to § § 8 and 9. Unofficial table of contents

§ 6 Training plan

The trainee has to draw up a training plan for the trainee on the basis of the training framework plan. Unofficial table of contents

§ 7 Report Bulletin

The apprentice 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. Unofficial table of contents

§ 8 Interim examination

(1) An intermediate examination shall be carried out in order to determine the level of training. It shall take place before the end of the second year of training. (2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills and knowledge referred to in the Annex for the first year of training and the third half-year of training, as well as the skills and knowledge listed in the Annex. Vocational education in accordance with the framework curriculum to the extent that it is essential for vocational training. (3) The examinee is to process three practical tasks, including computer-aided, in a total of four hours, as well as in a maximum of two hours, questions relating to these tasks in writing and carrying out calculations. In particular, the following areas shall be considered:
1.
Two-dimensional depictions, parallel perspectives,
2.
free-hand drawings,
3.
Trenches, ditches, foundations and construction,
4.
Building blocks made of stones, building seals,
5.
Concrete and reinforced concrete.
In the interim test, the test piece is intended to show that it can link technological, mathematical and graphic content. It should take account of measures relating to work organisation, safety and health at work as well as environmental protection. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Final examination

(1) The final examination shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in the Annex, as well as the teaching material taught in the course of vocational education, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training. (2) Part A of the test subject shall be the subject of the examination. Examination in a maximum of 14 hours, two practical tasks to be carried out on a project. At least one task is to be completed by computer. One of the tasks shall be documented and explained to the examination board in a technical discussion of no more than 15 minutes. Prior to the examination, the examinee shall be given the opportunity to get to know the computer-assisted drafting system where he is to be examined in a reasonable period of time. The practical tasks are to be taken from two of the following areas, taking into account the centre of gravity in accordance with § 5 (1) sentence 1. The areas from which the tasks are to be taken are to be determined by the test item. The following areas are considered:
1.
in the focus of architecture:
a)
Create planning documents for building input according to design sketches,
b)
Create execution documents for the raw construction and
c)
Create execution documents for the extension;
2.
In the field of engineering:
a)
Create a formwork plan or a raw construction drawing for a load-bearing structure,
b)
Create a reinforcement drawing and
c)
Creation of execution documents for steel or timber construction;
3.
In the focus of deep, road and landscaping:
a)
Creation of planning documents for road and road construction,
b)
Creation of execution documents for supply and disposal and
c)
Creation of execution documents for landscaping.
Through the execution of the task, the documentation as well as the expert discussion, the examinee is supposed to show that he can plan, implement and present work processes independently, customer-and target-oriented, as well as carry out quality assurance measures. (3) Part B of the examination consists of the following examination areas:
1.
in the focus of architecture:
a)
construction input,
b)
Raw construction,
c)
Expansion,
d)
Economic and social studies.
In the examination areas of construction input, raw construction as well as expansion, technical problems with linked information technology, technological and mathematical behaviour are to be analysed, evaluated and suitable solution paths to be presented in writing. For the examination area Economic and social studies, tasks that are to relate to practice-related cases, in particular from the following fields, come into consideration: general, economic and social contexts from the professional and social sciences. the world of work;
2.
In the field of engineering:
a)
load-bearing structures,
b)
Solid construction,
c)
Steel and timber construction,
d)
Economic and social studies.
Technical problems with linked information technology, technological and mathematical contents are to be analysed, evaluated and suitable solutions in writing in the areas of test structures, solid construction and steel and timber construction. . For the examination area Economic and social studies, tasks that are to relate to practice-related cases, in particular from the following fields, come into consideration: general, economic and social contexts from the professional and social sciences. the world of work;
3.
In the focus of deep, road and landscaping:
a)
Road construction,
b)
Disposal and disposal,
c)
Landscaping,
d)
Economic and social studies.
In the examination areas of road construction, supply and disposal as well as landscaping, technical problems with linked information technology, technological and mathematical contents are to be analyzed, evaluated and suitable solution paths in writing . For the examination area Economic and social studies, tasks that are to relate to practice-related cases, in particular from the following fields, come into consideration: general, economic and social contexts from the professional and social sciences. Working world.
Through the execution of part B of the test, the test specimen is intended to show that it takes into account safety and health protection at work, environmental protection, quality assurance measures as well as principles of customer orientation, operational Plan and implement processes, evaluate documents and set building materials, components and types of construction. (4) For the test piece B, the following time limits are to be assumed:
1. in the focus of architecture:
a) Construction Entry Verification Area 90 minutes,
b) Examination area of the Rohbau 90 minutes,
c) Examination Area Expansion 90 minutes,
d) Examination area Economic and social studies 60 minutes;
2. In the field of engineering:
a) Test area Load-bearing structures 90 minutes,
b) Examination area Massivbau 90 minutes,
c) Examination area Steel and timber construction 90 minutes,
d) Examination area Economic and social studies 60 minutes;
3. In the focus of deep, road and landscaping:
a) Examination area Road construction 90 minutes,
b) Testing area Disposal and disposal 90 minutes,
c) Examination Area Landscaping 90 minutes,
d) Examination area Economic and social studies 60 minutes.
(5) At the request of the test item or at the discretion of the examination board in the individual examination areas, the examination part B shall be supplemented by an oral examination in the individual examination areas, if the examination board may give the rash for the existence of the examination. In the determination of the results for the test areas examined orally, the respective previous results and the corresponding results of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted. (6) Within the examination part B, the results of the oral examination are given in the following: the examination areas shall be weighted as follows:
1. in the focus of architecture:
a) Construction Entry Verification Area 30 percent,
b) Examination area of the Rohbau 25 percent,
c) Examination Area Expansion 25 percent,
d) Examination area Economic and social studies 20 per cent;
2. In the field of engineering:
a) Test area Load-bearing structures 25 percent,
b) Examination area Massivbau 30 percent,
c) Examination area Steel and timber construction 25 percent,
d) Examination area Economic and social studies 20 per cent;
3. In the focus of deep, road and landscaping:
a) Examination area Road construction 30 percent,
b) Testing area Disposal and disposal 25 percent,
c) Examination Area Landscaping 25 percent,
d) Examination area Economic and social studies 20 percent.
(7) The examination has been passed if at least two of the subject-related examination areas have provided at least sufficient services in the test parts A and B as well as within the test part B in each case. If the examination results are not sufficiently evaluated in one of the practical tasks or in one of the examination areas, the examination shall not be passed. Unofficial table of contents

§ 10 Transitional Regulation

(1) Vocational training conditions existing at the date of entry into force of this Regulation shall be subject to further application of the provisions of this Regulation, unless the Contracting Parties agree to the application of the provisions of this Regulation. (2) Vocational training conditions, which exist on 17 May 2004, are to continue to apply in the version in force until 17 May 2004, unless the Contracting Parties agree to the application of the Regulation in force on 18 May 2004 Version. Unofficial table of contents

Section 11 Entry into force, external force

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 August 2002. Unofficial table of contents

Annex (to § 5)
Training framework for vocational education and training as a sign-of-the-skimer

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2002, 2625-2630)
Section I: Skills and skills in basic vocational education and training
Lfd. No. Part of the training profession Skills and knowledge to be conveyed through the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Timeframe values in weeks in the training year
1 2 3
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, labour and collective bargaining
(§ 4 no. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination
b)
Mutual rights and obligations arising from the training contract
c)
The possibilities of continuing vocational training
d)
call essential parts of the employment contract
e)
the main provisions of the collective agreements applicable to the establishment of the establishment
throughout the training
2 Establishment and organisation of training
(§ 4 n. 2)
a)
Explaining the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
c)
The relationship between the training company and its employees on economic organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Describe the basics, tasks and working methods of the executive bodies of the training company or personnel representation of the company
3 Safety and health at work
(§ 4 no. 3)
a)
Identify risks to safety and health at work and take action to avoid them
b)
apply occupational health and safety and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe behaviour in the event of accidents and initiate initial measures
d)
Apply preventive fire safety rules; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat fires
4 Environmental protection
(§ 4 n. 4)
Contribute to the prevention of operational environmental pressures in the occupational field of action, in particular:
a)
explain possible environmental pressures through the training establishment and its contribution to environmental protection
b)
apply environmental protection rules applicable to the training establishment
c)
Use the possibilities of economical and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; supply substances and materials to environmentally friendly disposal
5 Organization and communication, work flows
(§ 4 no. 5)
a)
Execute correspondence and apply ablagess
b)
Receive and forward requests, provide information
4
c)
Obtaining, using, and forwarding information
2
d)
apply foreign-language terms and terms
2
e)
working in a team, structuring and coordinating work tasks in terms of content and time, presenting results
f)
Schedule, coordinate and monitor appointments
4
6 Cooperation with authorities and others involved in the construction
(§ 4 no. 6)
a)
To distinguish between planning and building-law management procedures
b)
Take account of agreements and agreements
c)
Apply contract-design and technical guidelines, regulations and guidelines
5
d)
Participate in the production of building legal documents
e)
Create calculations according to building regulations
f)
Implement requirements, entries and test entries
g)
Coordinate work and project flows
5
h)
Creating project presentations
i)
Prepare, compile and participate in tendering procedures for tenders and invoices
4
7 Dealing with information and communication technologies
(§ 4 Nr 7)
a)
Applying information and communication systems
b)
Create texts, tables, and forms
c)
Use tools, manuals and documentaries
d)
Apply data protection rules
e)
Maintaining and saving data
f)
Access and use information from data networks
g)
Exchange information and set it in data networks
6
8 Techniques of drawing
(§ 4 no. 8)
a)
Apply drawing devices and drawing devices
b)
Apply rules and guidelines for construction drawings
c)
executing geometric basic constructions
d)
Make two-dimensional representations and unwinding
e)
Apply symbols, characters, fonts, hatchings, and color codes
f)
Applying coordinate systems
g)
Ready-to-handle drawings
h)
Applying reproduction techniques
8
i)
Make a parallel perspective
k)
Create graphics, charts and graphs
5
l)
Creating escape point perspectives
3
9 Selection and use of building materials and components
(§ 4 no. 9)
a)
Building materials according to their characteristics and assessing them with regard to their use, in particular soils and rocks, mortars, unreinforced and reinforced concrete, natural and artificial stones, wood and steel, as well as insulating and sealing materials
6
b)
Distinguishing possibilities for the recycling of soils and building materials
c)
Certification and certification of building materials
3
10 Assist in building processes and carrying out construction work
(§ 4 no. 10)
The following skills and knowledge are to be conveyed within the framework of processual processes and practical construction work activities:
a)
Building excavations and trenches
b)
Install reinforcements, insert concrete
c)
Building blocks made of stones
d)
Manufacture and install components made of wood or steel
6
e)
Manufacture components in the expansion, secure trenches and excavations, install pipelines, produce blankets and coverings, or create plantings
6
11 Inventory and surveying
(§ 4 No. 11)
a)
Distinguishing and handling surveying equipment
b)
Select the methods of the Lagems and perform load measurements
c)
Measuring height measurements with different measuring instruments
d)
Detecting and resolving measurement errors
e)
take up and present local conditions
3
f)
Take over measurement data, in particular in computer-based systems
g)
Creating photo documentations
3
12 Computer-based drawing
(§ 4 n. 12)
a)
Using application software
b)
converting data
c)
Defining and applying layers, setting the drawing preferences
d)
Creating, managing, editing, and plotting drawings
12
e)
Constructing floor plans, sections, and views
f)
Creating and using libraries
6
g)
Creating drawings for presentations
2
13 Design of components
(§ 4 n. 13)
a)
Draw start-ups and captions
2
b)
Drawing floor plans, cuts, views and details of walls, supports and ceilings
6
c)
Constructing staircases and roofs
d)
Carry out quantities and mass investigations of components
7
14 Quality assurance measures, customer orientation
(§ 4 no. 14)
a)
Explain the objectives, tasks and importance of quality-assurance measures based on operational examples
b)
apply quality assurance measures in their own work area, in particular:
-
Collect, assess, and validate work results
-
Detect errors and quality defects, eliminate causes, document processes
-
Contribute to the continuous improvement of work processes in our own workspace
c)
The impact of customer satisfaction on the operating result
d)
Work on target-and customer-oriented tasks
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Section II: Skills and knowledge in the areas of focus
A. Architecture
Lfd. No. Part of the training profession Skills and knowledge to be conveyed through the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Timeframe values in weeks in the training year
1 2 3
1 2 3 4
1 Selection and use of building materials and components
(§ 4 no. 9)
a)
Construction methods, in particular solid construction, skeletal construction and specialist works, assess the properties of the building materials and incorporate them in building documents
b)
Assess components according to their characteristics and take over in construction documents, in particular masonry, insulation systems, windows and doors, roof coverings, floors, ceilings and wall coverings, dry construction systems, facade systems as well as loading and unloading systems. Drainage systems
16
2 Creation of plans and drawings, subject-specific calculations
(§ 4 no. 15)
a)
Implement design sketches in construction drawings, apply design principles
b)
Creating design drawings and building drawings
c)
Create work and detailed drawings, especially taking into account the building seals as well as the requirements of structural design, heat, sound and fire protection, take over environmental impact specifications
d)
Calculate space and build space, determine costs and structure
e)
Carry out quantities and mass investigations for tendering, awarding and invoicing
f)
Take over technical specifications, in particular from the building equipment, the structural planning and from the ground and land appraisal
g)
Visualize terrain history
h)
Creating drawings of the space-forming extension
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B. Engineering
Lfd. No. Part of the training profession Skills and knowledge to be conveyed through the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Timeframe values in weeks in the training year
1 2 3
1 2 3 4
1 Selection and use of building materials and components
(§ 4 no. 9)
a)
Construction methods, in particular massif, reinforced concrete, steel and timber construction methods, assess the properties of the building materials and incorporate them in building documents
b)
Assess construction types according to their characteristics and take over in construction documents, in particular under-fantations, types of construction, composite systems, prestressed concrete and insulation systems
16
2 Creation of plans and drawings, subject-specific calculations
(§ 4 no. 15)
a)
Make a position plan
b)
Create pipe drawings, in particular scarring and reinforcement drawings, taking into account the construction seals as well as the requirements of heat, sound and fire protection, take on specifications for environmental compatibility
c)
Take over measurement specifications from statistical calculations, in particular select reinforcement cross-sections and transfer them into construction drawings
d)
Creating offset and ready-to-use drawings
e)
Constructing junctions, in particular in wood and steel construction
f)
Take over technical specifications, in particular from the building equipment and from the ground and land appraisals
g)
Carry out quantities and bulk placements for execution and billing, create material lists
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C. Deep, road and landscape construction
Lfd. No. Part of the training profession Skills and knowledge to be conveyed through the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Timeframe values in weeks in the training year
1 2 3
1 2 3 4
1 Selection and use of building materials and components
(§ 4 no. 9)
a)
Construction methods, in particular earthworks, traffic routes, supply and disposal systems, concrete and reinforced concrete structures as well as embankment fortifications, judging by the properties of the building materials and taking over in construction documents
b)
Assessing components according to their characteristics and taking over in construction documents, in particular substructure, supporting and ceiling layers, shafts, pipes, fittings and fittings, design elements, signage and cemeteries
16
2 Creation of plans and drawings, subject-specific calculations
(§ 4 no. 15)
a)
Create stock, review and detail plans, and adopt planting plans
b)
Location, path and elevation plans, longitudinal and cross-sections of stands, traffic routes and places, as well as water drainage and drainage
c)
Drawing control cross sections of the road and road construction
d)
Creating a pipe network plan for the supply
e)
Drawing up plans for sewerage, sewerage structures, rainfall areas and drainage areas
f)
Create site-specific and geological profiles
g)
Create landscape design plans, plan for planting and design in plans
h)
Apply calculations for hydraulics and transfer them to construction drawings, apply tables
i)
Carry out quantities and mass investigations for tendering, execution and billing, create material lists
k)
Take over requirements for environmental compatibility as well as noise and noise protection
l)
Draw curvatures and transverse slope bands as well as create siege heights plans or ceiling elevation plans
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Section III. Construction site walkouts

During the course of the training, the trainee/trainee should learn about the course of construction projects through at least 20 construction projects or visits to the works to supplement the skills and knowledge specified in the training framework plan.
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To mediate in connection with other training contents.