Regulation Concerning Vocational Training To The Process Engineer For Coating Technology / To The Process Mechanic For Coating Technology

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Verfahrensmechaniker für Beschichtungstechnik/zur Verfahrensmechanikerin für Beschichtungstechnik

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Regulation on vocational training as a process mechanic for coating technology/for coating technology process mechanic

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Date of delivery: 12.07.1999

Full quote:

" Regulation on vocational training as a process mechanic for coating technology/to the process mechanic for coating technology of 12. July 1999 (BGBl. I p. 1597) "

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 8.1999 + + +)
This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of Section 25 of the Vocational Training Act. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for the vocational school, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will soon be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette. Non-official table of contents

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Based on Section 25 (1) in conjunction with Section 2, sentence 1, of the Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), which was last amended by Article 35 of the Regulation of 21 December 2008. September 1997 (BGBl. 2390), in conjunction with Article 56 of the Jurisdiction Adjustment Act of 18 June 1990. 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

§ 1 State Recognition of the Professional Training profession

The training profession Process mechanic for coating technology/process mechanic for coating technology is recognized by the state. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

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

§ 3 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational Training, Work and Taric Law,
2.
Construction and organization of the training company,
3.
Safety and Health at the Work,
4.
Environmental Protection,
5.
Operational and Technical Communication,
6.
Schedule and control work and motion sequences; control and assess results,
7.
Checking, Driving and Identifying,
8.
Basics of Mechanical Manufacturing and Joining Processes, Production of resources,
9.
Collect measurement values,
10.
Waiting for Operating equipment,
11.
Pre-and post-treatment of uncoated and coated surfaces
12.
Rules of production processes,
13.
Handling of operational and hazardous materials, process engineering Basic Operations,
14.
Quality Management,
15.
Carrier Materials,
16.
Coating Fabrics,
17.
Apply Application Method,
18.
Capture and Document Measurement Values,
19.
Use, Monitor, and Wait for Facilities and Plants,
20.
Post-treatment of coatings,
21.
Optimizing the The overall process,
22.
Environmental technology.
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§ 4 Training framework plan

(1) The skills and knowledge according to § 4 are to be taught according to the guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in the annex. . 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.(2) The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation shall be communicated in such a way as to enable the trainee to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Vocational Training Act, which shall, in particular: Self-employed planning, carrying out and controlling at work. This qualification must also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 7 and 8. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 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

§ 6 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

§ 7 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out in order to determine the level of training. It is to take place before the end of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in the Appendix for the first year of training and the third half-year of training, as well as the skills and knowledge referred to in the vocational education and training course according to the framework curriculum. mediating teaching material, insofar as it is essential for vocational training.(3) The examinee shall process a work assignment in no more than seven hours and shall conduct a specialist interview in no more than 15 minutes. This is particularly suitable for: completion of a workpiece by the use of prefabricated parts using manufacturing and joining techniques, including pre-treatment and post-treatment of surfaces, taking into account the rules of the Production process, safety and health at work. The aim of the test project is to prepare, coat and test surfaces, record and record measured values, as well as work processes, in particular the relationship between technology, work organization, environmental protection and economic efficiency. can be considered. Through the expert discussion, the examinee is to show that he is presenting subject-related problems and their solutions, showing the technical background relevant to the task of the work, as well as justifying the course of action in the execution of the work task. can. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 final examination

(1) The final examination shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in the Appendix as well as on the teaching material taught in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) In part A of the test, the test item shall process and document an operational task in a maximum of 22 hours and carry out a technical discussion in a total of 30 minutes. Particularly suitable for this purpose is the use, adjustment and monitoring of a coating installation and the production of coated workpieces, taking into account different carrier materials. In doing so, the test specimen shall show in particular that it can carry out a work planning, regulate production processes, set up and optimize systems, including the determination of the process capability of the plant, material logistics, supply and disposal of Working materials, operation and loading of the plant, process-accompanying tests, quality management. The execution of the task is documented with practice-related documents. Through the execution of the task and its documentation, the examinee is to prove that he independently plan work processes and sub-tasks with due regard to economic, technical, organizational and time constraints. to be ready for production as well as to produce, assemble and modify documentation professionally. Through the expert discussion, the examinee shall show that he is presenting subject-related problems and their solutions, showing the technical background relevant to the task, as well as justifying the procedures in the execution of the task. Prior to carrying out the operational task, the Audit Committee shall be required to submit the task, including a time-planning, for approval. The result of the processing of the operational tasks in the form of the documentation, including a coated workpiece, as well as the expert discussion, are to be weighted with 50 per hundred.(3) Part B of the examination consists of the examination areas of process engineering, quality and environment as well as economic and social studies. In the fields of process engineering as well as quality and environment, technical problems must be analysed in writing, evaluated and suitable in particular by linking information technology, technological and mathematical issues. To represent solution paths.(4) In particular, one of the following tasks shall be considered for the examination area Process Engineering:
1.
Systematic limitations of an error in a coating process, as well as in the supply and disposal technology,
2.
Organizing and documenting work processes and quality management measures. In doing so, the test specimen is intended to show that it is a matter of facts, that it can record, statistically process and evaluate measurement data, and that it can summarize them as documentation.
(5) In particular, the quality and environment of the test area are subject to a of the following tasks:
1.
Organizing and documenting work processes, and Quality management measures. In doing so, the test piece should show that it is facts, perform calculations, record, statistically edit and evaluate measurement data, and merge them into documentation,
2.
Planning for the supply and disposal of coating equipment. The aim of the test is to show that, while taking into account logistical as well as stability, safety and environmental criteria, it will take measures to store, test, supply media and tools, and dispose of residues, as well as the
(6) In the area of economic and social studies, tasks related to practice-related cases are to be considered, in particular in the following areas: general economic and social studies, and Social contexts from the world of work and work.(7) For the test part B, the following time limit values are to be assumed:
1.in the examination area Process engineering90 minutes,
2.in the Quality and Environment Review Area 90 minutes,
3.in the examination area Economic and social studies60 Minutes.
(8) Within the test section B, the examination areas of process engineering and quality and environment have double the weight compared to the examination areas of economic and social studies.(9) 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 it can give a rash for the existence of the examination. In determining the results for the test areas examined orally, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in a ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted.(10) The examination has been passed if at least sufficient services have been provided in each of the test parts A and B. If the examination results in the operational task, including documentation as a whole, in the expert discussion or in one of the three examination areas with insufficient evaluation, the examination has not been passed. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Non-application of rules

The occupational profiles, the vocational training plans, and the examination requirements for The training occupation of varnishers-wood and metal/varnishing-wood and metal are no longer to be applied. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Transitional rules

On vocational training conditions that exist at the time of entry into force of this Regulation, the , unless the Contracting Parties agree to the application of the provisions of this Regulation. For vocational training conditions, which are up to 31 The Contracting Parties may agree on the application of the provisions of the previous legislation. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

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

Asset (to § 4)
Training framework for vocational training as a process mechanic for coating technology/ Process mechanic for coating technology

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1600-1606)
Lfd. No. Part of the training professional image skills and knowledge to be mediated with the involvement of self-employed planning, implementation and control Timesy values in Weeks in training year
1 2 3
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational training, work and Tarifrecht
(§ 3 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, declaring
b)
cite mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Possibilities of continuing vocational education and training
d)
essential parts of the employment contract call
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
during the entire Education to mediate
2 Structure and organization of the Training operations
(§ 3 No. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the forming enterprise
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise Operations, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
c)
Relations of the company and its employees to economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
describe the fundamentals, tasks and working methods of the executive or personnel representative bodies of the training
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 3 No. 3)
a)
detect health and safety hazards 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
(§ 3 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 Operating and technical communication
(§ 3 no. 5)
a)
procure and evaluate information
b)
Talking with managers, employees and the team in a situation-appropriate way, presenting facts, German and English technical expressions apply
c)
Read and apply part, group, and exploded drawings
d)
Apply standards, in particular tolerance standards and surface standards
e)
technical documentation, in particular repair and Operating manuals, catalogs, parts lists, tables and charts, reading and applying
f)
Create sketches and parts lists
g)
Log trials and workflows
h)
Measurement values, in particular Environmental parameters, capturing, registering and logging
i)
Handle volumes, read digital and analog data
k)
Ensure communication with previous and subsequent
4 *)
6 Schedule and Control of work and movement sequences; Control and assessment of results
(§ 3 no. 6)
a)
Work Items under consideration
b)
Set and ensure workflow, taking organizational necessities into account
c)
Material requirements setting
d)
Preparing the workplace in consideration of the work order
e)
controlling, evaluating and logging work
4 *)
7 Checking, tearing, and identifying
(§ 3 No. 7)
a)
Check the flatness and roughness of workpieces
b)
lengths with bar scales, measuring slides, and measuring screws in accordance with Measure systematic and random measurement errors
c)
Check workpieces with angles, border gauges, and thread gauges
d)
assess surface quality by visual inspection
e)
reference lines, Hole center and outline on workpieces, taking into account the material properties and subsequent machining, tearing and graining
f)
Identify
3 *) 
8 Basics of Mechanical Manufacturing and joining methods, production of operating equipment
(§ 3 No. 8)
a)
Surfaces and shapes of steel workpieces, non-ferrous metals, Plastics or wood flat, angled and parallel to dimensions
b)
plates, plates, tubes and profiles of iron, non-ferrous metals, plastics or wood, after contact with hand saw
c)
sheet metal in the vice free laps and swivel bending while observing the workpiece surface, the bending radii, the neutral fibre and the bending angle cold forming
d)
workpieces or components with hand-held or stationary drilling machines, taking into account Cooling lubricant drilling and lowering
e)
Cutting internal and external threads in accordance with the material properties
f)
workpieces or components made of metal, plastics or wood, having regard to the Processing guidelines for non-payed connections welding or bonding
g)
Bleche and profiles from different materials
4
h)
Review coatability workpieces
i)
Design devices and gestures according to specifications and ready
k)
Review and modify devices and gestures for
4
9 Collecting measurement values
(§ 3 No. 9)
a)
handle measuring devices
b)
calculate and measure length, mass, volume, temperature and density
c)
Calculate and measure voltage, current strength, and
4
10 Waiting for Operating Resources
(§ 3 No. 10)
a)
Mainland and protect against corrosion
b)
Operating materials, in particular oils, coolants and lubricants, after Changing operating rules and populating
c)
Wait for machines, devices, or systems by statement
3 *)
11 Pre-and post-treatment of uncoated and coated surfaces
(§ 3 no. 11)
a)
mechanical processing
aa)
grinding and polishing agents, abrasive bodies and operating materials, as well as tools for material and selecting the required surface quality
bb)
assessing the damage images and their causes of failure, as well as the effects on subsequent processing steps, as well as the system of base material and coating
cc)
surfaces Manual and machine deburring, grinding, brushing, polishing and blasting
b)
Chemical and electrolytic treatment
aa)
pre-treatment workpieces by cleaning and the result assess
bb)
decapitate, chromatizing, phosphatizing, passivating, activating or pickling metallic or non-metallic materials, operating systems
cc)
Damage images and their causes of failure on the base material Note, as well as the impact on subsequent processing
9
Alternative A: wood surfaces
a)
Holzo surfaces by preparatory processes, in particular by drying, spatulas, priming, pickling, leaching, water, pore filling and bleaching,
b)
Treat wood surfaces by means of ablation processes, in particular manual and machine grinding
c)
Holzo surfaces by polishing, waxes, burns, oils, dyeing and preserving post-
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Alternative B: Plastic surfaces
a)
Treat plastic surfaces through preparatory processes
b)
Plastic surfaces by physical and chemical processes
Alternative C: metal surfaces
a)
Metal surfaces through preparatory processes treat
b)
Treat metal surfaces by physical and chemical
12 Rules of production processes
(§ 3 No. 12)
a)
Collect measured values and log
b)
Control production processes according to temperature, pressure, stand and flow target values
c)
detect and initiate measures to eliminate them
d)
processes with Perform process control systems
4
13 Handling of operating and hazardous materials, basic process operations
(§ 3 No. 13)
a)
liquids and solids store, promote, doze, mix, separate and clean
b)
produce ready-to-use substance concentrations, solutions and mixtures
c)
the labelling of Substances and preparations according to the legal requirements
d)
Important material parameters, in particular temperature, pH and conductivity, measuring and adjusting
e)
with operating materials in the event of accidents and How to handle leakages in a proper way, take up leaped or spilled substances and supply them with environmentally friendly disposal
6
14 Quality Management
(§ 3 No. 14)
a)
Quality of pre-treated products at the time of fulfillment in compliance with upstream and downstream areas
b)
Standards and specifications for the quality assurance of the pre-treated products Note products
7 
c)
Quality management system in conjunction with technical Documents, in particular standards and specifications and their effectiveness, assess
4 
d)
Select test types and test equipment, determine the operational capability of the test equipment, and document, test plans and operational Apply review rules
e)
systematically search, remove, and document the causes of errors and quality
  4
f)
for the continuous improvement of work processes in your workspace contribute
g)
assess application parameters in their interaction with respect to the root
4
15 substrate materials < br /> (§ 3 No. 15)
a)
distinguish the manufacturing process and properties of the support materials
b)
Check the carrier materials and Take corrective action according to your
3
16 coating fabrics
(§ 3 no. 16)
a)
assess coating systems properties
b)
Distinguish paint components and their mode of
5
c)
coating materials for the
d)
adhere to processing conditions
3 
e)
apply storage conditions when storing coating materials
f)
Single flow variables for the interaction of individual coating materials. Considering layers in coating
6
17 Apply application procedure
(§ 3 No. 17)
a)
Spray process for liquid or powdery coating materials
b)
Flow sizes of the process and the coating result
10
c)
Running the application process by rolling, casting, dipping, or electric dipping
d)
Running a manual application procedure
e)
Application procedure with regard to emission and waste treatment
9
18 Collecting and documenting measurement values
(§ 3 No. 18)
a)
Measure and measure the optical and mechanical layer characteristics, in particular layer thicknesses, hardness, adhesive strength, abrasion, hue, gloss level and surface structure, and Document
b)
Identify, document, and adhere to fabric
6 
c)
Measuring, documenting and complying with process-related parameters
d)
Monitoring electrical quantities in the painting process, rules and
6
19 Serving, monitoring, and waiting for facilities and assets
(§ 3 No. 19)
a)
distinguish the structure and functional relationships of production facilities and associate them with the production process
4
b)
Devices and Assets for Set, control, regulate and monitor pre-treatment and application
c)
Function characteristics by entering parameters for the process flow as well as by interfering with the control programs of the process control system according to documents and Modify
5
d)
Monitor reporting devices, in particular warning and diagnostic facilities,
e)
Monitor process flow, taking into account quality requirements, based on technical documentation, and Document
f)
Perform fabric recycling and recovery procedures
g)
Set and monitor the spray booth or cabin with peripheral equipment
h)
Dry and dry cleaning
i)
operate and monitor waste water and exhaust systems
k)
Set rolling, casting, printing, embossing, diving, and electrodeposition systems, and Monitor
l)
Use facilities and equipment, and correct features for failing
12
20 Post-treatment of Coatings
(§ 3 No. 20)
a)
assess and select the decoating method
b)
Coatings on different Removing base materials using mechanical, chemical, electromechanical or physical methods
c)
coatings, especially by polishing and swabelling
5
21 Optimize the overall process
(§ 3 No. 21)
a)
compliance with production planning preferences
b)
Work processes and work processes taking into account the respective organizational forms, the decision-making structures and their own margins of action optimize
c)
participate in the production process of new and modified products, and use results to
6
22 Method of the Environmental technology
(§ 3 No. 22)
a)
detect possible environmental impacts and measures to prevent and reduce water, air, and water
b)
Apply professional regulations and regulations on immission, emission, waste water, waste and residues
c)
with operational materials and energy sources, as well as the facilities used and
d)
Collect waste and residual materials and provide them for further use or disposal
4
*)
To mediate in conjunction with other training contents listed in the training framework plan.