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Regulation concerning vocational training for the operators / to the Binnenschifferin BinSchAusbV Ausfertigung date: 20.01.2005 full quotation: "regulation of vocational training to the operators / to Binnenschifferin by 20 January 2005 (BGBl. I p. 121, 925)" this Decree is a training regulations within the meaning of section 25 of the Act on vocational education. The training regulations and the thus harmonised, adopted by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany outline curriculum for vocational school are published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette.
Footnote (+++ text detection from: 1 8.2005 +++) input formula on the basis of § 25 para 1 in conjunction with § 2 sentence 1 of the vocational training Act of August 14, 1969 (BGBl. I p. 1112), most recently by article 184 No. 1 of the Decree of 25 November 2003 (BGBl. I S. 2304) is changed, enacted the Federal Ministry of Economics and labour in agreement with the Federal Ministry of education and research : § 1 State recognition of the education profession the occupation of inland/Binnenschifferin according to § 25 of the vocational training Act state-recognised.
§ 2 duration of apprenticeship training takes three years.
§ 3 objective of vocational training to the knowledge and skills referred to in this regulation which related to work and business processes so conveyed, that empowered the trainees to engage a qualified professional activity within the meaning of § 1 para 2 of the vocational training Act, which includes in particular independent planning, performing, and controlling. The qualifications described in clause 1 shall be demonstrated according to §§ 8 and 9 in the tests.
§ 4 education profession at least the following skills and knowledge are the subject of the vocational training: 1. vocational education and training, labour and collective bargaining law, 2. construction and organization of the training company, 3. safety and health protection at work, 4. environmental protection, 5. plan, prepare and controlling work processes, working in team, 6th information and communication, 7 participation in the driving of vehicles on inland waterways and in ports, 8 legal requirements of ship operations and their implementation , 9 structural foundations of inland waterway, 10 transport of goods and transporting persons, 11 customer orientation and quality assurance measures, 12 assist in logistical operations, 13 ship business, 14 care, waiting and servicing of ships and their equipment, 15 behavior under special circumstances, accidents and malfunctions.
§ 5 training curriculum skills and knowledge according to § 4 should according to the included instructions for the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training curriculum) to be taught in the plant. A deviating from the training curriculum factual and temporal structure of the training content is specifically allowed, as far as practical operating characteristics require the deviation.
Article 6 education plan the educators have to prepare a training plan on the basis of the education masterplan for the trainees.
§ 7 record book trainees have to result in a record book in the form of a training certificate. Them is to give opportunity to lead the record book during the training period. The educators have regularly look through the record book.
§ 8 midterm (1) to determine of the level of training is making a midterm. It should take place before the end of the second year of training.
(2) the midterm cover the in the plant for the first 18 months listed skills and knowledge, as well as on the material to be conveyed in the vocational education according to the curriculum, unless it is essential for vocational training.
(3) the candidate should perform work tasks in no more than three hours and document with industry-standard documents and in no more than 15 minutes on this lead a technical discussion within this time, which may consist of several stages of conversation. The work items are particularly eligible: 1. maintaining, maintaining, and servicing of ships and their equipment, 2 assist in the navigation of boats.
The candidate to demonstrate that he can set work steps and work equipment, use technical documents and take into account measures for the safety and health protection at work, environmental protection and quality assurance. By the expert meeting, the candidate shall demonstrate that he can constitute subject-related problems and their solutions, pointing out the relevant work item technical background and explain how to perform the work tasks.
§ 9 final examination (1) the audit extends on the knowledge and skills listed in the annex, as well as on the curriculum taught in the vocational school, as far as it is essential for the training.
(2) the candidate will perform in part A of the examination in no more than seven hours a work item and document with industry-standard documents and in no more than 30 minutes on this lead a technical discussion within this time period, which may consist of several phases of conversation. For the work item is considering in particular: assist in the navigation of boats.
The candidate to demonstrate that he can goal-oriented in accordance with economic, technical, organizational and temporal specifications independently Plan workflows and perform, check the results, and measures for the safety and the health and safety at work and environmental protection. In addition, the candidate shall demonstrate that he on ships and drop equipment operate, monitor and maintain, deck work, maintain wire and cordage, deal with life-saving appliances, personal protective equipment and drive dinghies can. By the expert meeting, the candidate shall demonstrate that he can constitute subject-related problems and their solutions, pointing out the relevant work item technical backgrounds, and establish the procedure for the execution of the work item. The execution of the work item is 85 percent, and to weight the technical discussion with 15 percent.
(3) the candidate shall be checked in part B of the testing in the areas of audit in writing nautical, ship operation and maintenance, machinery and engine technology as well as economic and social studies. In the areas of audit, nautical, ship operation and maintenance as well as machine and engine technology are in particular technical problems with linked it to analyze technological and mathematical content, to evaluate and to solve. Occupational safety, health protection and environmental protection regulations, use of materials, use of tools and machinery and quality assurance measures to be considered. Tasks in particular from the following areas considered are: 1 in the testing field of nautical: a) legal regulations on waterways, b) transportation geography, c) hydraulic engineering installations, d) navigation AIDS;
2. in ship operation technology audit: a) ship construction, b) behave in the water, c) deck equipment, d) loading and unloading as well as transport, e) safety regulations, f) ship management;
3. in the testing machine and engine technology: a) drive technology, b) driving technology, c) electrical engineering, d) hydraulic, e) pneumatic;
4. in the test area of economic and social studies: general economic and social contexts from the professional and working world, which should relate to practical cases.
(4) for the examination part B is to go out following time limits: 1 test range nautical 120 minutes, 2. test range ship operation and maintenance 90 minutes, test section 3 machinery and motorbikes 90 minutes, 4. test area of economic and social studies 60 minutes.
(5) within the examination part B the test areas are as follows to weight: 1 test range nautical 30 percent, 2. test range ship operation and maintenance 25 percent, 3. testing machine and engine technology 25 percent, 4. test area of economic and social studies 20 percent.
(6) part B of the examination is to complement, if this can be decisive for the existence of testing at the request of the DUT or discretion of the Audit Committee in individual areas of examination by an oral examination. In determining the result for the verbally approved testing areas are to weight the previous results and the results of the oral exam in a ratio of 2: 1.
(7) the examination is passed, when in A section of the exam and provided in the section of the exam (b) at least sufficient benefits. In three of the test areas of the examination part B at least adequate services must, in the further test area of the test part B no insufficient services may be provided.
§ 10 the existing regulations continue to apply transitional vocational training relationships that exist in the entry into force of this regulation, are, unless the parties agree on the application of the provisions of this regulation.
Article 11 entry into force this regulation enters into force on 1 August 2005.
Plant (for section 5) training curriculum for vocational training to the operators / to the Binnenschifferin (reference: BGBl. I, 2005, 124-127) item No. No. part of the education profession
To provide skills and knowledge, the self-employed, including planning, performing and dominating temporal values are in weeks EUR 1-18 month 19-36 month 1 2 3 4 1 vocational training, labour and collective bargaining law (§ 4 No. 1) a) explain importance of the training contract, in particular conclusion, duration and termination, during the whole training to convey b) mutual rights and obligations arising from the contract of training call c) possibilities of vocational training call d) essential parts of the contract call e) essential provisions for the training operation applicable collective agreements 2 structure and organisation of the training company name (§ 4 No. 2) a) b explain structure and tasks of the training operation) basic of training operation, such as procurement, production, sales and administration, explain c) d represent relationships formed operation and its employees to business organisations, professional organisations and trade unions) principles, tasks and functioning of betriebsverfassungs - or staff-legal bodies of formed operation describe 3 safety and health at work (§ 4 No. 3) a) danger to safety and health at work detect and take measures to avoid b) occupational health and safety and accident prevention regulations apply c) describe behaviour in accidents and initiate the first measures d) apply the provisions of the fire prevention; Describe Verhaltensweisen in fires and fire-fighting measures 4 environmental protection (§ 4 No. 4) in particular: a contribute to the prevention of operational pollution within the professional sphere of influence,) possible environmental impacts by the training company and his contribution to the environmental protection examples explain b) for the training operation, applicable regulations of environmental protection apply c) ways the economic and environmentally-friendly energy and material use to use d) avoid waste; Substances and materials of an environmentally friendly disposal lead to 5 plan, prepare, and controlling work processes, team work (§ 4 No. 5) a) work orders record 4 *) b) steps prepare and set, schedule tasks in the team and implement c) work equipment put together d) security measures, taking into account labour and health protection plan and perform e) control work results and evaluate f) situation discussions, problem solution apply 2 *) 6 information and communication (§ 4 No. 6) a) meaning and uses of information and communication systems including the Internet for the training company explain 4 *) b) work items with the help of information and communication technologies edit and solve c) information, also foreign, procure, evaluate and use; Data capture, secure, and maintain d) privacy regulations e) distinguish f fundamentals of radio traffic) represent facts, German and English technical terms apply 2 *) 7 participation in the driving of vehicles on inland waterways and in ports (§ 4 No. 7) Nautical Guide 16 a) Inland untie, tie and warped b) c contribute to co-locating associations) anchor manoeuvres carry out d) 16 e contribute to the control of inland waterway) navigation aids are different and their use contribute f) surveillance and security measures perform control and monitoring of Were 4 g) mechanized system for operation prepare, operate and monitor h) electric and electronic systems operate and monitor European waterway network 8 i) represent European waterway network and uses different k) waterway signs and traffic rules are different waterways and applying l) functioning in particular locks and lifts differ from hydrotechnical facilities, 4 m) apply traffic monitoring system signals and lights 6 n) regulations via optical and acoustic signals apply o) identification of vehicles and their meanings differ 8 legal requirements of ship operations and their Implementation (§ 4 No. 8) a) manning distinguish 3B) authorisation documents take into account the nautical and technical operation and c monitor the validity) regulations, in particular regulations, papers and documents, for the transport of goods and the transport of persons and apply 9 structural foundations of inland waterway (§ 4 No. 9) a) types of inland waterway and their behavior in water differ, in particular stability and strength 2B) equipment and uses of different types of ships for the transport of goods and transporting persons take into account
2 10 transport of goods and transporting persons (§ 4 No. 10) a) load weight charge 6 b) uses of ballast use c) participate in passenger transport, legal provisions apply d) load types, especially dry cargo, liquid cargo and container, taking into account their characteristics and their behavior are different 6 e) cargo-handling plan, forward, prepare, process including securing create monitor stowage plan and apply f) legal provisions for the transport of dangerous goods apply 11 customer orientation and quality assurance measures (§ 4 No. 11) a) quality conscious act and 2 contribute to the quality assurance *) b) customer-oriented discussions wishes note 3 *) c) 12 assist in logistical operations contribute to the continuous improvement of work processes in your own workspace (§ 4 No. 12) a) 2B different modes of transport and their possibilities for combined transport) 2 contribute to the planning of operations and schedules 13 ship management (§ 4 No. 13) a) delivery of equipment, auxiliary and operating materials monitor 6 b) resources , Auxiliary and operating materials, especially with regard to legal provisions, store and c monitor usage) shopping food plan and perform, in particular in accordance with the health aspect d) prepare meals e) demand for equipment, auxiliary and operating materials, taking into account economic considerations determine, prepare orders 3 f) 14 care, maintaining, and servicing of ships and their attachments lead cash book (§ 4 No. 14) a) properties and potential applications of plant and auxiliary materials distinguish 16 b) conservation and cleaning agents , insert c in particular in compliance with health and environmental protection,) use node according to the intended purpose to connect d) materials edit 16 e) maintain technical equipment after maintenance instructions and wait f) production types and properties are different from wires and ropes, wires and ropes maintain and splice 15 behavior under special circumstances, accidents and malfunctions (section 4 No. 15) a) life saving equipment and personal protective equipment use and wait 6 15B) accident people , in particular by swimming, rescue and first aid measures perform c) errors in marine operation identify, evaluate and take action to remove them d) located at leak alarm, accidents, fires and emergencies situation behavior, auxiliary and emergency measures take e) dinghies handle *) relating with others in the training curriculum to provide listed training content.
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