Regulation On The Profession And On The Examination Requirements In The Practical And The Specialist Theoretical Part Of The Master Craftsman For The Boat Builder Craft

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Berufsbild und über die Prüfungsanforderungen im praktischen und im fachtheoretischen Teil der Meisterprüfung für das Bootsbauer-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 Master's examination for the boat builder-Handwerk (Bootsbauermeisterverordnung-BootbMstrV)

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BootbMstrV

Date of departure: 25.08.1992

Full quote:

" Boatbuilder Decree of 25. August 1992 (BGBl. 1582) "

Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 1.1993 + + +) unofficial table of contents

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Based on § 45 of the Craft Code, as amended by the 28. December 1965 (BGBl. 1), which was last amended by Article 24 (1) of the Law of 18. March 1975 (BGBl. 705), the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science, is ordering:

1. Section
professional image

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§ 1 occupational picture

(1) The boat builder craft is the following activities Manufacture, extension, conversion, repair, maintenance, maintenance and storage of boats, yachts and other floating equipment for commercial and sports use, including accessories and boat fittings.(2) The following knowledge and skills are to be attributed to the boat builder's craft:
1.
Knowledge of the physical and technical properties of boatbodies and beets for floating equipment, as well as knowledge of the external effects on them,
2.
knowledge of various boat types and types,
3.
Knowledge of the design possibilities in the construction of boats and floating equipment,
4.
Knowledge of material-specific working methods for single and serial construction,
5.
Knowledge of the Types, properties, storage, use and processing of materials and auxiliary materials,
6.
Knowledge of the combination of materials and semi-finished products under Consideration of strength and corrosion behavior,
7.
Knowledge of the functioning of mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic and electrical machines and tools,
8.
Knowledge of species, construction and components of drive, tank, electrical and sanitary facilities for yachts and other floating systems Device,
9.
Knowledge of computations and calculations for the construction of boats, yachts and other floating devices,
10.
Knowledge of Surface Protection and Constructive Material Protection,
11.
Knowledge of the professional standards, classification rules and regulations, including those relating to the environment, in particular the protection of immission,
12.
Knowledge of the occupational Occupational safety and health requirements,
13.
Reading and making sketches and drawings, in particular line plans, general plans, construction plans and detail drawings,
14.
Calculate constructions,
15.
Run Lacerwork,
16.
Developing and transferring design data,
17.
Making models and shapes,
18.
Making templates as well as creating, setting up and Setting up malls,
19.
Building and aligning the helm and the helling,
20.
Select and edit wood, in particular bending, joining, and connecting by various techniques,
21.
Select and edit metals, in particular bending, joining, and joining by various methods,
22.
Finished, Align, Assemble Kiel, Steven, Mirror, Quer and Longitudinal Associations, Outer Skin, Decks and Aufbauten im Holz-und Metallbau,
23.
Indoor installation and installation,
24.
Processing of plastics, in particular Select materials, pre-products and components,
25.
Performing the different working methods for the construction of hull, deck, superstructures, inner shells and other Components,
26.
Machining of plastics, in particular cutting, joining and joining by various methods,
27.
Treating the surfaces,
28.
Building engine foundations, Stevenpipes, and Wave buckles,
29.
Build the drive, ruder, tank and sanitary facilities, and check their function, including electrical installations,
30.
On and build the cover equipment, especially the anchor device, the winches, rails, rolls, poller, cleats and plumes,
31.
Manufacturing masts and spins,
32.
Rigging and cycling,
33.
Preserve skins and perform constructive material protection,
34.
Perform the Stacking and transporting, slipping, cranes and storage of boats,
35.
Set up, serve and maintain the work-related tools, equipment, machinery and equipment. Operating devices.

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 50 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.
in timber construction:
a)
a circular-spantboat of at least 2.5 m in length or
b)
a knick-spantboot of at least 5 m in length or
c)
a form-glued boat of at least 2.5 m in length.
Each work is a block as a model made of wood and a deduction in the form of a hull shell
2.
in plastic construction: a plastic boat of at least 2.5 m in length. In the case of this work, a pre-form as a model of wood, a negative mould for the above-mentioned construction section and a trigger in the form of the boat shell are to be produced;
3.
in the Metal construction: a hull made of steel or aluminium with a motor foundation and a pipe length of at least 4 m;
4.
in wood, plastic or metal construction: the repair of a metal or aluminium body. Damage with an extent of at least 0.8 sq. m, in which load-bearing bandages are to be replaced in whole or in part. The damage site is located
a)
in the area of the fuselage and deck connection, where the outer skin, the Deck, the connection of fuselage with deck as well as spant, stringer or bulkhead is damaged, or
b)
in the area of the connection between the hull and the keel, the outer skin, the Connection of fuselage with keel as well as the ground wrange or the installed tank are damaged.
2) The master examination work is to be completed according to a draft, which shall be submitted to the Master examination committee prior to the preparation of the master examination work to be submitted by the examinee for approval.(3) If the design according to which the master examination work is produced is not prepared by the examinee itself, he must also submit a separate draft according to the specifications of the Master Audit Committee. For one of the two drafts, the job description, the list of materials, the calculation as well as the offer are to be attached according to the specifications of the Master Examination Committee.(4) In the evaluation of the master examination work, the design, the description of the work, the material list, the calculation and the offer are to be taken into account. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Work sample

(1) As a work sample, one of the following tasks is to be performed:
1.
in timber construction:
a)
finished a profile rudder by drawing or pattern or
b)
ready to create a Jollenvorstevens Drawing or pattern or
c)
ready-to-use a plank gear or
d)
ready-to-use Masts, loading or plumb space by drawing or pattern;
2.
in plastic construction:
a)
To produce a shape model and to pull out a molded part or
b)
Repairing a damage or
c)
Preparing a Shape Model;
3.
in metal construction:
a)
ready to use Angle spants or
b)
Make a profile ruler or
c)
Make a profile rudder or
c)
Connecting part between steel and aluminium or steel and stainless steel;
4.
in wood, plastic or metal construction: a laced ground work of Sub-areas for new construction, conversion or repair.
(2) In the working sample, the most important skills and knowledge are to be examined, which could not be proven or proved insufficiently in the master examination thesis. 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)
create tables,
b)
Calculate curve surfaces and focal points,
c)
Calculate mechanical values, in particular Strengths,
d)
Calculating Swimming Capability and Stability,
e)
Calculating Load movements and friction resistances;
2.
Technical drawing:
a)
read drawings,
b)
finished sketches, construction drawings, and drawings,
c)
Draw Draw Draw,
d)
ready to use Lace breakup;
3.
Technical technology:
a)
Work and Manufacturing Customer, in particular working methods and tools,
b)
woodworking,
c)
metalworking,
d)
Plastic ver and edit,
e)
Connection techniques for the same and different Materials,
f)
Boat designs, in particular design features, equipment and equipment specifications, different drive forms and possibilities for the different boat types, yachts and other floating equipment,
g)
Helling and panelling, steganes, special workshop facilities, crane, lift and docking types, Facilities and possibilities for boat storage,
h)
Construction process with different materials for the production of boats, yachts and other floating materials Device,
i)
Machine handling, including practical application of professional cooperative testing tools,
k)
occupational safety and health regulations,
l)
occupational standards, Classification rules and regulations, including those of the environment, in particular of immission protection;
4.
Materials customer:
a)
Hölzer,
b)
Metals,
c)
Plastics,
d)
semi-fabricate;
5.
Work preparation, costing:
a)
Work preparation for single and serial production as well as organizational means,
b)
Cost determination including all factors essential to price formation.
(2) The exam is to be conducted in writing and orally.(3) The written examination shall not exceed twelve hours in total, and 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 each of the examination subjects referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (3).

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. January 1993, in force.(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.