Regulation Concerning Vocational Training For The Operators / To The Binnenschifferin

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Binnenschiffer/zur Binnenschifferin

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Regulation on vocational training for the inland waterway/inland schifferin

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Date of expend: 20.01.2005

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" Regulation on vocational training Inland waterway and inland waterway in the 20. January 2005 (BGBl. I p. 121, 925) "

This 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 be provided as a supplement to the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger) published.

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 8.2005 + + +)

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pursuant to section 25 (1) in conjunction with paragraph 2 sentence 1 of the Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), which was last amended by Article 184 (1) of the Regulation of 25 June 2008. November 2003 (BGBl. 2304), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is responsible for: unofficial table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the vocational training profession

The training occupation of inland waterway schifferin becomes state-of-the-art in accordance with § 25 of the Vocational Training Act recognised. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

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

§ 3 Objective of vocational training

The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation shall be based on: Work and business processes are mediated in such a way that the trainees are qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of § 1 para. 2 of the Vocational Training Act, which in particular are self-planning, performing and control. The qualification described in sentence 1 shall also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 8 and 9. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 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.
Environment,
5.
Planning, preparing, and controlling work flows, Working in the team,
6.
Information and Communication,
7.
Work with the drive of the Vehicles on inland waterways and in ports,
8.
Legal requirements of the ship's operation and its implementation,
9.
constructional basics of inland waterway ships,
10.
Transport of goods and transport of goods People,
11.
Customer orientation and quality assurance measures,
12.
Co-operate with logistic flows,
13.
ship management,
14.
Mainboard, wait and Maintenance of ships and their installations,
15.
Behavior in special circumstances, accidents and operational disruptions.
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§ 5 training framework plan

The skills and knowledge according to § 4 are to be based on the factual and chronological breakdown according to the instructions contained in the annex vocational training (training framework plan). 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. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Training plan

The trainees have a training plan for the apprentices on the basis of the training framework plan. Create a training plan. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Report Sheft

The trainees have a report booklet in the form of a training certificate. They should be given the opportunity to carry out the report sheet during the training period. The trainers have a regular review of the report booklet. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 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 Annex for the first 18 months, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course in accordance with the framework curriculum, insofar as it is applicable to the Vocational training is essential.(3) The examinee shall carry out two work tasks in a maximum of three hours and shall document with industry-standard documents as well as conduct a technical interview within this time in total for a maximum of 15 minutes, which shall be composed of several Discussion phases may exist. In particular, the work tasks are:
1.
Mainland, maintain, and maintain Ships and their installations,
2.
Co-operate with ships.
In doing so, the test piece is intended to show that it sets work steps and work equipment, technical Use documents and take measures on safety and health protection at work, on environmental protection and on quality assurance. 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 work tasks, as well as the procedure for carrying out the work tasks. can be justified. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in the asset, and Knowledge, 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 examination, the examinee shall carry out a work assignment in a total of at most seven hours and document with industry standard documents and within that time in a total of no more than 30 minutes of a technical interview. , which may consist of a plurality of discussion phases. In particular, the task of the work is to:
participate in the driving of ships.
In doing so, the test piece is intended to show that it independently plan and implement work processes in accordance with economic, technical, organizational and time constraints, control work results and measures for Safety and health protection at work and environmental protection can be taken. In addition, the test piece is intended to show that it is able to store and store ships, operate, monitor and maintain technical facilities, carry out the deck work, maintain wire and dew work, handle rescue equipment and personal protective equipment. and rebooting boats. 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 work task, as well as the procedure for carrying out the work task. can be justified. The execution of the task is to be weighted at 85 per cent and the expert discussion with 15 per cent.(3) The test specimen shall be examined in writing in Part B of the examination in the examination areas Nautics, Ship Operation Technology, Machine and Engine Technology as well as Economic and Social Studies. In the examination areas of Nautics, Ship Operation Technology as well as Machine and Engine Technology, technical problems with linked information technology, technological and mathematical contents are to be analyzed, evaluated and solved. The aim is to take into account occupational safety, health and environmental protection regulations, the use of materials, the use of tools and machines, and quality assurance measures. Tasks can be considered in particular from the following areas:
1.
in the Nautical Examination Area:
a)
legal regulations on waterways,
b)
Traffic Geography,
c)
Water-built Assets,
d)
navigational aids;
2.
in the ship's operating technology exam area:
a)
ship construction,
b)
behavior in water,
c)
deck equipment,
d)
loading and unloading, and transport,
e)
safety rules,
f)
ship management;
3.
in the Mechanical and Engine Technology Examination area:
a)
Drive Technology,
b)
Vortriebstechnik,
c)
Electrical Engineering,
d)
Hydraulik,
e)
Pneumatics;
4.
in the examination area Economic and social studies: General economic and social contexts from the professional and working world, which relate to practice-related cases
(4) For the test part B, the following time limit values are to be assumed:
1.Examination area Nautik120 minutes,
2.Auditing Area Ship Operating Technology 90 minutes,
3.Mechanical and motor engineering examination area90 Minutes,
4.Economic and social science exam area60 minutes.
(5) Within The examination part B must be weighted as follows:
1.Nautic examination area 30 percent,
2.Examination area of ship operating technology25 Percent,
3.Machine and engine engineering examination area25 percent,
4.Economic and social science examination area20 percent.
(6) Part B of the audit is at the request of the test item or, at the discretion of the Audit Committee, in individual examination areas, by means of an oral examination, if the examination board may give the test for the existence of the examination. In determining the result for the test areas examined orally, the current results and the corresponding results of the oral supplementary examination in a ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted.(7) The test has been passed if at least sufficient performance has been provided in the test part A and in the test part B. In three of the examination areas of the examination part B, at least sufficient performance must be provided, in the further examination area of the test part B must not have been provided an insufficient performance. 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. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2005, in force. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 5)
Training framework for vocational training for inland waterway schiffer

(find: BGBl. I 2005, 124-127)Lfd. Part of the training vocational training skills and knowledge to be used in the integration of self-employed planning, implementation and control of sindZeitliche indicative values in weeksEUR1. -18. Months 19. -36. Month1234
1Vocational Training, Work and Collective Bargaining (§ 4 No. 1)a)The meaning of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain mediate throughout the training
b)Mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c)Call the possibilities of continuing vocational training
d)essential parts of the work contract
e) Key provisions of the pricing agreements applicable to the forming operation
2 Construction and organization of training operations (§ 4 No. 2)a) Construction and tasks of the forming enterprise explain
b)Basic functions of the forming operation, such as: Procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
c)Relations of the company and its employees Economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions represent
d) Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation legal bodies of the forming enterprise
3 Safety and Health at Work (§ 4 No. 3) a)To identify health and safety hazards at work and to take action to avoid them
b) Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)accidents behaviors Describe as well as initiate first actions
d) Apply rules of preventive fire protection; describe behaviors in fires and take action to combat fires
4 Environmental protection (§ 4 No. 4) To avoid (a)a)Possible environmental pressures in the field of occupational exposure, in particular
a) Training company and its contribution to environmental protection to examples
b)Environmental protection regulations applicable to the training establishment applying
c)Using economic and environmentally-friendly energy and material usage options
d) Avoiding waste; substances and materials of environmentally friendly disposal
5 Schedule, Prepare and Control from work processes, working in a team (§ 4 no. 5)a)Collating work orders 4 *)
b)Work Items preparing and setting, scheduling and implementing tasks in the team
c)gathering work equipment
d)Planning and implementing security measures in the light of occupational health and health protection
e) Control and rate work results
f) Talking to the situation, applying problem-solving options 2 *)
6 Information and Communication (§ 4 No. 6)a) The meaning and use of information and communication systems, including the Internet, for the training establishment 4 *)
b)Work tasks with the help of Edit and solve information and communication technologies
c)Information, also foreign language, procure, evaluate and use; data collecting, backing up, and maintaining
d)Note the privacy rules
e) Fundamentals of radio traffic different
f) Apply facts, apply German and English technical terms 2 *)
7 Driving in vehicles on inland waterways and in ports (§ 4 no. 7) Nautical Leadership 16
a)Get rid of inland waterway vessels
b) participating in associations of associations
c) Anchor maneuvers
d)participate in the control of inland waterway vessels 16
e) navigational aids differ and participate in the use of them
f) Perform waking and security measures
Serve and monitor Attachments 4
g)Preparing, serving and monitoring machine machines for operation
h) Use and monitor electrical and electronic equipment
European waterway network 8 
i)represent a European waterway network and distinguish usage options
k) Distinguishing watermarks and driving rules from waterways and
l)How to distinguish between waterworks, in particular locks and hawks 4
m) Apply traffic monitoring systems
Signals and Lights 6 
n)Apply rules on optical and acoustic signals
o) Distinguishing features of vehicles and their meaning
8 The legal requirements of the ship's operation and its implementation (§ 4 No. 8) a)Occupation rules are different 3
b)Considering registration documents for nautical and technical operations, and monitor their validity
c) Regulations, in particular legal regulations, papers and documents, for the transport of goods and for the transport of persons, apply and apply
9 Construction basics of inland waterway vessels (§ 4 No. 9) a) Construction types of inland waterway vessels and their behaviour in water differ, in particular stability and strength 2
b) Equipment and applications of different ship types in the transportation of goods and transport of Consider people 2
10 Transport of goods and persons (§ 4 No. 10) a)Calculate charge weight 6
b)Apply Ballast usage
c) participating in passenger transport, legal provisions
d)Load types, in particular dry goods, liquid cargoes and containers, taking into account their properties and their behaviour 6
e)Planning, pre-and post-load, monitoring, creating and applying a load backup, creating and applying a congestion plan
f) Apply legal provisions for the transport of dangerous goods
11 Customer orientation and Quality assurance measures (§ 4 No. 11) a) Quality conscious action and Contribute to quality assurance 2 *)
b)Converting conversations customer-oriented, respecting customer requests 3 *)
c) contribute to the continuous improvement of work flows in your own workspace
12 Contributors to logistical processes (§ 4 No. 12) a) Carriers and their applications in combined transport differ 2
b) participate in the planning of operations and timetables  2
13 Shipyards (§ 4 No. 13)a)Delivery of equipment, auxiliary materials and operating materials monitor 6
b)Operating materials, auxiliaries and operating materials, especially considering legal regulations, storage and consumption monitoring
c)Planning and carrying out purchasing of food products, especially with regard to health care
d) preparing meals
e) Demand for resources, auxiliary materials and operating materials, taking economic aspects into account, preparing orders 3
f) Lane Book Guide
14 Maintenance, maintenance and maintenance of ships and their facilities (§ 4 No. 14)a) Characteristic properties and possible uses of materials and auxiliary materials 16
b)Conservatives and cleaners, in particular in compliance with the health and safety standards. Environmental protection, use
c) Connect utility nodes according to the intended use
d)Edit Materials 16
e) Mainly maintaining and maintaining technical systems by maintenance requirements
f) Distinguish production types and properties of wires and ropes, maintain and splict wires and decoy
15 Behavior in special circumstances, Havaria and operational malfunctions (§ 4 No. 15)a)Lifeboat and personal Use and maintain protective equipment 615
b) Injured persons, especially by swimming, saving, and measures for the first aid
c)Discertify, assess and take measures to eliminate the ship
d)behave in case of leakage alarm, accidents, fires and emergencies situation-friendly, auxiliary and immediate measures
e)Handling bootboats
*)
In the context of other training contents listed in the Education Framework Plan.