Regulation About The Profession Of The Master Craftsman's Examination And The Examination Requirements In Parts I And Ii Of The Master Craftsman In The Funeral Industry

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Meisterprüfungsberufsbild und über die Prüfungsanforderungen in den Teilen I und II der Meisterprüfung im Bestattungsgewerbe

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Regulation on the master examination profession and the examination requirements in Parts I and II of the Master's examination in the funeral industry (Bestattermeisterverordnung-BestMstrV)

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BestMstrV

Date of delivery: 15.09.2009

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" Bestattermeisterverordnung of 15. September 2009 (BGBl. 3036), as defined by Article 45 of the Regulation of 17 June 2008. November 2011 (BGBl. I p. 2234) "

:as amended by Art. 45 V v. 17.11.2011 I 2234

For details, see the Notes

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pursuant to § 51a (2) in conjunction with paragraph 1 of the Craft order in the version of the notice of 24. September 1998 (BGBl. 3074; 2006 I p. 2095), as defined by Article 146 of the Regulation of 31 December 2002. October 2006 (BGBl. 2407), 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 outline and content of the master exam

The master test in the craft-like funeral industry includes the following independent test parts:
1.
Examination of the masterful execution of the activities (Part I),
2.
the audit Special subject-related theoretical knowledge (Part II),
3.
Examination of the special business, commercial and legal knowledge (Part III) and
4.
the examination of the required professional and work education knowledge (Part IV).
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§ 2 Master Review Professional Image

(1) The Master Review will determine if the audit trail is enabled,
1.
running a business,
2.
technical, commercial, and human-economy management tasks
3.
to carry out the training and
to implement its professional competence in its own responsibility and to meet new needs in these areas .(2) In the funeral industry, the following skills and knowledge must be considered as qualifications for the purposes of the master's examination:
1.
Identify customer requests, customers advise, offer services, conduct contract negotiations and set order targets, calculate services and draw up offers, conclude contracts,
2.
Tasks of technical, commercial and personnel management, especially taking into account the operational organisation, the operational management and the Further education, quality management, occupational health and safety, data protection, environmental protection and information and communication technologies,
3.
Schedule, organize, run, and monitor order fulfillment processes
4.
Perform Work Orders, taking into account, in particular, procedures and methods of planning and organisation of work, professional legal provisions, including hygiene rules, technical standards and the generally accepted rules of technology, of personnel, materials and equipment as well as possibilities for the use of apprentices,
5.
Formalities with public authorities as well as private and public service To plan and arrange for service facilities, press and public relations activities, in particular with regard to funeral services, as well as funeral, mourning, commemorative and cemetery culture,
6.
Religious basics as well as regional, social and ideological peculiarities of the funeral, mourning, commemorative and cemetery culture,
7.
The use of techniques, tools, equipment and machines to plan, coordinate, coordinate, and perform the use of techniques, tools, equipment, and rebates. control,
8.
Planning, coordinating and coordinating the use of goods and services in economic, ecological, design, ethical and hygienic aspects; and
9.
perform technical and organisational tasks, taking into account instruments, methods and procedures for the operation of cemeteries; new
10.
Technical and organizational tasks, taking into account instruments, Perform methods and procedures for the operation of crematoria,
11.
Create plans, especially work and organization plans, as well as create sketches and designs, and
12.
Developing and implementing logistics concepts for operating and storage equipment,
13.
Monitor and ensure the usability of tools, devices and machines,
14.
technical, Identify organizational and service-related defects, take measures to eliminate, evaluate and document results,
15.
Services check, remove and log, perform pre-and post-calculation.
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§ 3 Outline of Part I

Part I of the Master Review includes the following audit areas:
1.
a Master Audit Project and a related expert discussion,
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. Before carrying out the master test project, the test piece shall develop a concept of implementation, including time and material planning, which shall correspond to the customer requirements defined by the Master Examination Committee.(2) The Master examination project consists of planning, implementation and documentation work.(3) As a master audit project,
1.
is an earthquake with a national or international reference,
2.
a fire burial with national or international reference or
3.
an exhumation or embedment planning, carrying out and documenting, taking into account regulatory requirements
.(4) The design, planning, calculation and documentation documents will also be weighted with 50 percent in terms of tasks with a total of 50 per cent and the work carried out. 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.
justify the expiration of the master review project,
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 order-oriented and completes the qualification certificate for the master test in the funeral industry.(2) As a situation task, technical, organizational or service-related defects must be identified for a given
1.
Earthquake,
2.
Fire burial or
3.
Exhumation or embedment.
On this basis, a documentation , which shall in particular show measures for the elimination of the deficiencies.(3) The situation task shall be submitted from an area referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 2, point 1, 2 or 3, which has not been the subject of the Master's examination project in accordance with Section 4 (3). Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Examination period and existence of part I

(1) The master test project shall not be carried out for more than three years. Working days, the expert talk no longer than 30 minutes, and the execution of the situation task will last no more than five hours.(2) Master examination project, expert discussion and 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 outline, duration and passing of part II

(1) The test in Part II is intended to include the test in the in the 2 (2) (1) to (4), his competence to act is demonstrated by the fact that he analyses and assesses occupational problems and shows and documents solutions and takes account of current developments in this field.(2) At least one task must be edited in each action field, which must be case-oriented.
1.
Funeral advice

The examinee is to demonstrate that it is capable of consulting, taking economic and environmental aspects into account, as well as ethical, of religious and cultural requirements in a funeral service. In doing so, he is to analyse and evaluate occupational situations. For each task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (g) are to be linked:
a)
Develop concepts for the execution of customer talks on burials, as well as for the provision of burials and their financing; prerequisites for the receipt of the Check funeral order,
b)
Develop counseling concepts for grief psychological assistance,
c)
Planning and evaluating funeral events taking into account ethical and cultural aspects,
d)
Design and assess mourn media,
e)
Product and performance presentations also using the develop modern presentation techniques and media,
f)
describe ethical as well as hygienic requirements for the planning and execution of burials; and assess,
g)
the meaning of religious foundations as well as regional, social and philosophical peculiarities of the funeral, mourning, remembranal and remembrane-growing Representing and evaluating a cemetery culture.
2.
Cemetery and crematorium operation

The test specimen is to prove that it is capable of technical and organisational tasks, taking into account economic and environmental 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 (e) are to be linked:
a)
describing and assessing requirements for graveyard and crematory operation machines and machines,
b)
Work and assembly procedures, especially when inserting formwork and building and constructing graves, represent and evaluate,
c)
Visualise and select kiln and filter techniques for crematoria and justify the selection,
d)
Ethical requirements for the operation of graveyards and crematoria are described and evaluated, especially in the treatment of Aschen deceased,
e)
representing and evaluating the environmental and hygienic operation of graveyards and crematoria.
3.
Order fulfillment

The test object is to prove that it is able to process orders, even using industry-standard software, success, customer and quality-oriented, to plan, carry out and control. For each task, several of the qualifications referred to in points (a) to (h) are to be linked:
a)
Identify order creation opportunities, determine customer requests, collect order data,
b)
Create Offering Documents and Evaluate Offers, Perform Quote Calculation,
c)
Methods and Evaluate the process of planning and organisation of work, taking into account the application of the funeral, the use of personnel, material and equipment, as well as quality assurance aspects as well as interfaces between work areas ,
d)
Apply professional legal provisions and technical standards, as well as recognised rules of technology, in particular issues of liability in respect of: Assess services,
e)
Create job plans, also apply information and communication systems,
f)
determining and justifying the application-related use of materials, machines, and devices,
g)
offers Review and evaluate external service providers and provide third party services,
h)
Post-costing.
4.
Operational management and operational organization

The test object is to prove that it is capable of performing tasks of the management and operational organisation, taking into account the legal provisions, including the use of information and 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 Develop customer care and the acquisition of new customers against the background of technical and economic developments,
d)
Plan operational quality management and
e)
Human Resources Management tasks, the relationship between human resources management and personnel management and development
f)
Develop and evaluate mental processing measures for professional impressions and experiences
g)
Develop operational measures to comply with environmental regulations and environmental protection regulations; assess hazard potentials and take action on the Set risk prevention and removal,
h)
Schedule and represent operating and storage equipment and logistic processes,
i)
The opportunities and risks of operational cooperation, also taking into account operator models, represent and assess
3) The examination in Part II is written on the market. It should not last longer than two hours in each field of action, and not longer than six hours in one day.(4) The overall evaluation of Part II shall be constituted by the arithmetic mean of the individual evaluations of the fields of action referred to in paragraph 2.(5) Where at most two of the areas of action referred to in paragraph 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 it is to pass the existence of Part II of the master's examination.(6) 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
2.
after the additional review has been carried out, two fields of action have been evaluated with fewer than 50 points each.

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§ 9 General examination and procedural regulations, further regulations for the master examination.

(1) The provisions of the Regulations of the Master Examination Regulations 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

§ 10 Transitional provision

The provisions of § 8 (5) and (6) do not apply to the up to the 31. The audit procedure started in December 2011. These will be brought to an end in accordance with the previous regulations. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. January 2010 will be in force.