Regulation On The Master Exam In Parts I And Ii In The Tank And Student Crafts

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Meisterprüfung in den Teilen I und II im Behälter- und Apparatebauer-Handwerk

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Ordinance on the Master Examination in Parts I and II in the Container and Apparatebauermeisterverordnung-BehAppMstrV)

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Date of departure: 30.04.2013

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" Container and Apparatebauermeisterverordnung vom 30. April 2013 (BGBl. I p. 1203) "

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Section 51a (2) of the Craft Regulations, the last of which is Article 3 (3) (a) of the Act of 11. July 2011 (BGBl. 1341), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is responsible for: unofficial table of contents

§ 1 item

The master test consists of four independent test parts. This regulation regulates the master examination profession as well as the examination in parts I and II of the master examination in the container and apparatus-building trades. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Master examination professional image

In the container and apparatus-building trades, the following are the following for the purpose of the master test To take into account skills and knowledge to demonstrate professional competence:
1.
Identify order-related customer requests, advise customers, Offer services, conduct contract negotiations and set order goals, calculate services and create offers, conclude contracts,
2.
Tasks of the the technical, commercial and personnel management management, in particular taking into account the operational organisation, the in-company training and further training, the quality management, the labour protection law, the Data protection, environmental protection as well as information and communication systems,
3.
Planning, organizing and monitoring order fulfillment processes; logistics concepts develop and implement,
4.
Perform production, assembly and maintenance orders, in particular taking into account construction, manufacturing, joining and Forming techniques as well as design aspects, professional legal regulations and technical standards, as well as the generally accepted rules of technology, personnel, materials, machines and equipment as well as possibilities for the use of
5.
Create technical work plans, sketches and drawings, including computer-based systems, and information and communication systems
6.
Types and properties of working and processing plant and auxiliary materials, including methods of heat and surface treatment, as well as Corrosion protection, taking into account planning, production and repair,
7.
Material requirements and material blanks, also using computer-based systems, set,
8.
Develop and implement concepts for premises, including operational and storage facilities, and for logistical processes,
9.
Production and process engineering systems and plant parts, in particular containers, steam generators, heat and cold exchangers made of high-, low-and unalloyed steels, Design, calculate, design, manufacture, install and install non-ferrous metals and plastics as well as pipes, piping and fittings for all media throughout the pressure and temperature range, including the supporting structures and fastenings. document; in the planning work, energy and resource-efficient aspects must be taken into account,
10.
Assets and plant parts taking into account testing and measurement techniques for function and tightness check, maintain, repair, document and put into operation,
11.
Subcontracting and carrying out the implementation of the subcontracting control,
12.
Perform quality checks, analyze and remove defects, defects and failures, evaluate and document results,
13.
Planning and monitoring construction site facilities, as well as working procedures with those involved in the building,
14.
Design, manufacture, assemble, and repair copper-wrought work
15.
Operating facilities, in particular machines, equipment and tools, monitor,
16.
perform and document performed services, and perform post-calculations, and Evaluate order processing.
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§ 3 Objective and outline of part I

(1) The audit in Part I has the Audit his professional competence to prove that he can solve complex professional tasks and in doing so can master the activities of the Container and Apparatebauer Handcraft in a masterful way.(2) Part I of the Master Examination includes the following examination areas:
1.
a master audit project and a technical discussion related to it, and
2.
a situation task.
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§ 4 Master Audit Project

(1) The test object has a master audit project that corresponds to a customer order. The order-related requirements are determined by the Master Audit Committee. For this purpose, proposals of the test piece shall be taken into consideration. On this basis, the examinee elaborates an implementation concept including a time and material requirement planning. He has to submit this to the Master examination committee for approval before carrying out the Master Examination Project. The Master Audit Committee checks whether the implementation concept corresponds to the order-related requirements.(2) The master inspection project consists of planning, implementation, control and documentation work.(3) One of the following tasks is to be performed as a master inspection project:
1.
a container, an apparatus, a heat exchanger, a distillery or Extraction plant, each with associated piping, connectors for fittings, control and safety devices, and load-bearing structures, plan and manufacture,
2.
a pipe network with fittings, distributors, pump, control and safety devices plan and manufacture or
3.
Designing, planning and producing a coppersmith's work, taking creative design aspects into consideration.
The work is to be controlled and to be document.(4) The planning documents, consisting of design, calculation and calculation, will be based on 35 per cent, the work carried out with 50 per cent and the inspection and documentation documents, consisting of measurement protocols and test reports, with 15 per cent. weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 expert discussion

The completed master test project has to prove that the test item has been completed in a technical interview. it is capable of
1.
pointing out the technical interrelationships underlying the master audit project,
2.
justifying the expiration of the master review project and
3.
connected to the master audit project Present occupational problems and their solutions, taking into account new developments.
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§ 6 Situation Task

(1) The situation task is job-oriented and completes the proof of professional competence for the master test in the container and apparatus-building trades.(2) For a task assigned by the Master Audit Committee, as a situation task, one of the following tasks is to be performed:
1.
a curved bottom, a square or a cone-shaped container or a shaped piece of round or rectangular shape according to a given drawing, calculate, prepare and check or
2.
Error on a Determine and evaluate piping or a copper-forging work according to a given drawing, create a repair concept and a sub-element for the repair and check it.
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§ 7 exam duration and existence of part I

(1) The master audit project takes seven working days. The expert discussion will last for a maximum of 30 minutes and the situation task shall last for a maximum of eight hours.(2) The master inspection project, the expert discussion and the situation task shall be assessed separately. The examination achievements in the Master examination project and in the expert discussion are weighted in the ratio 3: 1. This will form an overall evaluation. This overall assessment is weighted to the test result of the situation task in a 2: 1 ratio.(3) Minimum requirement for the existence of Part I of the Master examination is a sufficient overall examination performance, whereby the examination is neither in the master examination project nor in the expert discussion nor in the situation task with less than 30 points It may have been assessed. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Objective, outline and content of Part II

(1) The test in Part II has the test item in the second sentence of paragraph 2. Number 1 to 4, his professional competence in practice can be demonstrated by the fact that he can apply special theoretical knowledge in the container and apparatus construction industry to solve complex professional tasks.(2) At least one complex case-related task shall be processed in each of the fields of action listed below. The case-related tasks are specific to the craft sector, whereby the qualifications listed in the fields of action according to points 1 to 4 can also be linked across multiple lines of action:
1.
Design, Manufacturing, Design The test piece has to prove that it is able to design and to work on manufacturing tasks, taking into account design, economic and ecological aspects in a container-and apparatus-building operation. In doing so, he is to analyse and evaluate occupational situations. For each task, several of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (j) are to be linked:
a)
Containers and apparatuses, as well as coppersmiths, also under design aspects, design,
b)
Design documents, in particular functional plans, parts lists and welding plans, taking into account an order and a quotation calculation, analyze, evaluate and correct,
c)
Describe and evaluate the structure, modes, and functions of containers and apparatus,
d)
Designing, selecting, designing, and calculating constructions and windings for containers and apparatus,
e)
Determine materials and justify the selection; calculate the material requirement as well as the material blanks and calculate them computationally,
f)
Select materials and processing in the manufacturing process, taking into account the material and usage purpose, and justify the selection,
g)
Feeder and forming techniques, in particular metals, metal composites and plastics, describe and evaluate,
h)
describe the types and applications of metallic and non-metallic protective coatings, assign them to their respective uses, and justify allocation,
i)
Method of surface and heat treatment as well as corrosion protection, assigning and assigning the application for each use,
j)
Describe, select, and select the method for component validation;
2.
Assembly and Maintenance The test specimen has to prove that it is capable of handling assembly and maintenance tasks in a container and apparatus construction, taking into account economic and ecological aspects. In doing so, he is to analyse and evaluate occupational situations. For each task, several of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (f) are to be linked:
a)
Select and select the assembly process, taking into account an order, quotation calculation, function plans and drawings, and
b)
Perform a search for errors and faults, select measures, methods and alternatives for maintenance, develop solutions, and correct them.
c)
Determine material and calculate material requirements for maintenance, as well as computationally determine material cuttings
d)
Measures for the repair of containers and apparatus, taking into account special features of existing plants, in particular materials and materials, and assess,
e)
Measures for repairing copper smiths, in particular with regard to the conservation of monuments, and selecting and selecting
f)
Select and assess test and measurement techniques as well as test and measurement techniques for function tests, including error search procedures; Evaluate and document measurement results;
3.
Order processing of the test item has to prove that it is able to process order processing in a Container and apparatus-building operation, also using industry-standard software, to plan success, customer and quality-oriented, to control their implementation and to complete them. For each task, several of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (i) are to be linked:
a)
Procurement Opportunities,
b)
Create Offer Documents and Offers evaluate, also taking into account energy-and resource-efficient aspects; offer calculations for different order types,
c)
Subcontracting and controlling,
d)
Methods and processes of work planning and organization evaluate the manufacturing, assembly and maintenance technology, the use of personnel, materials and equipment, as well as quality assurance aspects as well as interfaces between working areas
e)
Apply professional legal provisions and technical standards, as well as generally accepted rules of technology, in particular liability in respect of the Production, assembly and services,
f)
Technical work plans, sketches, and drawings for the planning and monitoring of work processes, including under Application of industry-standard software, creation, evaluation and correction,
g)
the application-related use of personnel, materials, materials, machines and equipment determining and justifying
h)
describing quality assurance aspects in order acceptance and execution of orders,
i)
performing a post-calculation;
4.
Operations and operational organization of the test item to demonstrate that it is capable of carrying out the tasks of the management and the organisation of operations in a container and apparatus-building operation, taking into account the legal requirements, including the use of information and information technology, Communication systems. For each task, several of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (i) are to be linked:
a)
Determining Operational Costs, taking into account business-related issues,
b)
Check operational cost structures; identify operational metrics,
c)
Marketing policies To develop customer care and to attract new customers against the background of technical and economic developments,
d)
The importance of the company Quality management for the company's success, set quality management measures; evaluate documentation,
e)
Human Resources Management Tasks , the need for personnel development, in particular as a function of order situation and order processing, reasons,
f)
operationalspecific measures for the Develop compliance with occupational health and safety regulations and environmental protection; assess potential hazards and set risk prevention and removal measures,
g)
Planning and presenting factory-specific operating and storage equipment, as well as logistic processes,
h)
the benefits of using information and communication systems, in particular for customer retention and care, as well as merchandise management, reasons,
i)
The benefits of inter-company cooperations are examined by order, consequences, in particular for the company's internal organisation and the company's human resources system, and

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§ 9 Examination period and existence of Part II

(1) The examination in Part II must be carried out in writing and takes three hours in each field of action. It is not allowed to exceed a duration of six hours per day.(2) The overall assessment of Part II shall be made up of the arithmetic mean of the individual evaluations of the fields of action in accordance with § 8 (2).(3) Where at most two of the fields of action referred to in Article 8 (2) have been reached at least 30 and less than 50 points, an oral supplementary examination may be carried out in one of these fields of action if the said field of action is the existence of the Part II of the Master Examination.(4) A minimum requirement for the existence of Part II of the Master Examination is a sufficient overall examination performance. Part II validation is not passed if
1.
has a field of action rated less than 30 points or
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after the additional review has been performed, two fields of action have been evaluated with fewer than 50 points each.
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§ 10 General examination and procedure regulations, further regulations for master examination

(1) The regulations of the Master Examination Procedure Ordinance of 17. December 2001 (BGBl. 4154) in the current version remain unaffected.(2) The examination in parts III and IV of the Master Examination is determined in accordance with the General Master Examination Regulations of 26. October 2011 (BGBl. 2149), as amended. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Transitional rule

(1) The up to 30. The audit procedures started in June 2013 will be completed in accordance with the previous rules. If the application is to be registered for the examination up to the end of the 31. December 2013, at the request of the test item, are the up to the 30. The Commission shall continue to apply the rules in force in June(2) Test specimens, which shall be tested in accordance with the requirements of the 30. The Commission has not passed the rules in force until 30 June 2013. On request, the repeat examination can be carried out at the end of June 2015 for a repeat examination. The current rules are in force in June 2013. Non-official table of contents

§ 12 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. July 2013 will be in force. At the same time, the regulation on the professional image and on the examination requirements in the practical part and in the specialist theoretical part of the master's examination for the coppersmied craft of the 28. August 1974 (BGBl. 2142).