Regulation On The Profession And On The Examination Requirements In The Practical And The Specialist Theoretical Part Of The Master Craftsman For The Bowmaker Crafts

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Berufsbild und über die Prüfungsanforderungen im praktischen und im fachtheoretischen Teil der Meisterprüfung für das Bogenmacher-Handwerk

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Regulation on the professional image and on the examination requirements in the practical and in the theoretical part of the Meisterprüfung für das Bogenmacher-Handwerk (Bogenmachermeisterverordnung-BogMstrV)

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BogMstrV

Date of departure: 26.01.1998

Full quote:

" Archer Master Decree of 26. January 1998 (BGBl. 221) "

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 4.1998 + + +) unofficial table of contents

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Based on § 45 of the Craft Code in the version of the 28. December 1965 (BGBl. 1), which was last amended in accordance with Article 33 of the Regulation of 21 December 1996. September 1997 (BGBl. 2390), the Federal Ministry of Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education, Science, Research and Technology, is ordering the following:

1. Section
professional image

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§ 1 occupational picture

(1) The sheetmaker craft trades are the following activities
Design, manufacture, maintenance and restoration of arches for string instruments, in particular violin, viola, cello, bass and gamble arches.(2) The following knowledge and skills are to be attributed to the sheetmaker's craft:
1.
Knowledge of the Arches for string instruments,
2.
Knowledge of the work-related raw materials, plant and auxiliary materials, in particular the wood species,
3.
Knowledge of the occupational regulations of species protection,
4.
Knowledge of the occupational Tools, equipment and machines,
5.
Knowledge of the history of music and musical instruments as well as of the style, especially the history of music and music. Archery schools,
6.
Knowledge in the field of music theory,
7.
Knowledge of the Weight distribution, tension and elasticity of bows,
8.
Knowledge of the Strikes of Bows,
9.
Knowledge of maintenance and restoration of bows,
10.
Knowledge of species and properties of string instruments and associated bows,
11.
Knowledge of occupational norms and measures,
12.
Knowledge of the occupational environmental protection regulations, especially the immission protection,
13.
Knowledge of occupational safety and health regulations,
14.
Dispose and ready-made drawings,
15.
quarters and columns of wood and cutting of boards and bars,
16.
Edit wood, in particular columns, saws, turning, planing, filing, drilling, stitching, sanding and dross,
17.
Expressing the raw bow bars and sawing the head,
18.
Bending, Anedges and Hobeln Rods,
19.
shapes of the head, in particular through carving and filing,
20.
finished raw sticks, in particular by columns, saws, steaks and reels from ebony,
21.
Edit precious metals, especially saws, rolls, files, punching, pencils and brazing,
22.
Monting the metal and mother-of-pearl parts to frog,
23.
Freeze out of frog,
24.
Finished Leg,
25.
Fit and Assemble Rod, Frog and Leg,
26.
Sort, binding, and retraction of hair,
27.
Control and Correct the sheet,
28.
Manual and machine surface machining, in particular pickling, oil and polishing,
29.
attaching the wrapping,
30.
Bow maintenance and maintenance,
31.
Nursing and maintenance of the professional tools, devices and machines.

2. Section
Review requests in Parts I and II of the Master Review

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§ 2 Outline, Duration, and The practical test (Part I)

(1) In Part I, a master examination is to be carried out and a working sample should be carried out. In the determination of the master examination work, the proposals of the test item are to be taken into consideration as far as possible.(2) The preparation of the Master's examination should not take more than eight working days, the execution of the work sample shall not last longer than eight hours.(3) Minimum requirements for the existence of Part I are in each case sufficient performances in the master examination work and in the working sample. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Master Examination Work

(1) A master review work is to be completed with one of the following tasks:
1.
a gown arc,
2.
a Bratschenbogen,
3.
a celloarc,
4.
a bait according to the German or French model.
(2) Before the master examination work is made, the examiner has to use the material to be used and the test piece to be used. to submit the preliminary calculation for approval.(3) The material list is to be presented with the master examination thesis, the drawing of the work with measurements as well as the pre-calculation and post-calculation.(4) The material list, the work drawing with measurements as well as the pre- and post-calculation are to be taken into consideration in the evaluation of the master examination work. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Work sample

(1) To run as a work sample, four of the following tasks are to be performed:
1.
Sheets of a bow bar,
2.
Beg a bow,
3.
Work out of a sawn and padded head,
4.
Fit and rework a headboard to a finished sheet,
5.
Align Arc rod,
6.
Manual ready-to-use frog,
7.
manual shanks of a Head with dovetail,
8.
Anschäften eines Froschfüßchens und Aufcustomize eines FroschRing,
9.
Anschäften eines Stangenendes und Aufcustomize eines Frosches.
(2) In the working sample, the most important skills and knowledge are to be tested in the Master Review thesis could not be detected or proved insufficiently. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Examination of subject-theoretical knowledge (Part II)

(1) In Part II, knowledge of the following five Proof of examination subjects:
1.
Technical Mathematics:
a)
Material and Intersection Calculations,
b)
Weight calculation;
2.
Technical technology:
a)
Manufacture, maintenance and restoration of bows for string instruments,
b)
Types and properties of string instruments and associated bows,
c)
Weight distribution, Tension and elasticity of bows,
d)
Strikes of arches,
e)
Professional standards and measures,
f)
occupational health and safety regulations;
3.
Materials Science :Species, Properties, Labels, Usage, Processing, Storage and Disposal of the occupational raw, plant and auxiliary materials;
4.
Style, Music and Musical Instrument History, Music Theory:
a)
Stilkunde, in particular archery schools,
b)
Music and musical instrument history, especially the Sheets for string instruments,
c)
Music theory;
5.
Costing: Cost determination including all factors essential to price formation.
(2) The audit shall be carried out in writing and orally.(3) The written examination shall not take longer than six hours, the oral test shall not take more than half an hour. The written examination shall not be carried out for more than six hours in one day.(4) The examinee shall be exempted from the oral examination on request if, on average, he has provided at least good written services.(5) The minimum requirement for the existence of Part II shall be sufficient performance in the examination subject referred to in paragraph 1 (2).

3. Section
Transitional and Final Provisions

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§ 6 Transitional rule

The entry into force of this Regulation on current testing procedures will be completed in accordance with the provisions of the previous rules. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Other requirements

The other requirements in the master test are determined by the Regulation on common requirements in the master's examination in the craft of 12. December 1972 (BGBl. 2381), as amended. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Entry into force

(1) This Regulation occurs on the 1. 1 April 1998.(2) The provisions to be applied further pursuant to Section 122 of the Craft Code shall no longer be applicable to the extent to which they regulate the subject matter of this Regulation.