Regulation Concerning Vocational Training To The Boat-Builders And The Bootsbauerin

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Bootsbauer und zur Bootsbauerin

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Regulation on vocational training for boat builders and boatbuilders

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Boat bAusbV 2011

Date of release: 08.06.2011

Full quote:

" Regulation on the Vocational training for the boat builder and the boat builder from 8. June 2011 (BGBl. I p. 1058) "

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This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of § 4 of the Vocational Training Act and § 25 of the Craft Code. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for vocational schools, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will shortly be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette published.

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The reason for § 4 (1) in conjunction with § 5 of the Vocational Training Act, of which § 4 (1) is replaced by Article 232 (1) of the Regulation of 31 December 2008. October 2006 (BGBl. 2407), as well as the first sentence of Article 25 (1) of the Craft Regulations, which was last amended by Article 146 of the Regulation of 31 December 2008. 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 State recognition of the training profession

The training profession of the boatbuilder and the boatbuilder becomes
1.
according to § 4 paragraph 1 of the Vocational Training Act
and
2.
according to § 25 of the Craft Regulations to Education for the commercial number 28 "Boots-and shipbuilder" of Appendix A of the Craft Regulations
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§ 2 Duration of vocational training

The training lasts for three and a half years. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Structure of vocational education and training

Vocational training is divided into common training contents and into the Training in one of the fields
1.
New, Off, and Conversion, or
2.
Technology.
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§ 4 Training Framework Plan, Vocational

(1) The subject of vocational training is at least the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the training framework plan (Appendix) (professional capacity for action). An organization of the training which deviates from the training framework plan is particularly permissible, insofar as special operational features require the deviation.(2) Vocational training as a boatbuilder and boatbuilder is broken down as follows (training professional image):

Section A

Professional skills, knowledge and skills:
1.
Set up, serve, and maintain tools, devices, machines, and Devices,
2.
Machining, processing, and storing materials, manufacturing workpieces,
3.
Connecting,
4.
Making and processing fiber composite materials,
5.
Treating surfaces,
6.
Making devices Templates and models,
7.
Building equipment parts in the deck and structure area,
8.
Set Masts and Spare,
9.
Build technical devices, attachments, and systems, perform of function checks,
10.
Applying insulation and insulation techniques, as well as fire protection measures,
11.
Maintenance,
12.
Transporting and Storage;

Section B

Other job-profiling skills, knowledge and skills in the field of new, out-of-work and conversion:
1.
Making and maintaining mumps and decks,
2.
Making interior fittings,
3.
Manufacturing, maintaining and repairing masts and sporings,
4.
Manufacturing Built-up,
5.
Making structural and statically relevant components,
6.
Repair,
7.
Surface production and repair;

Section C

Further professional skills, knowledge and skills in the field of technology:
1.
Checking technical equipment and systems,
2.
Monting and Waiting for Ver and Disposal facilities,
3.
Installing and waiting for onboard electrical and onboard components,
4.
Monting and Waiting for Energy Storage, Benefits of Power Sources,
5.
Monting and Waiting for Mechanical and hydraulic systems as well as equipment,
6.
Monting and servicing of drive and propulsion systems,
7.
Exalting, Monting, Waiting and Trimming RiggSystems,
8.
Monting and Waiting for Technical On-board devices,
9.
Technical assets and systems in and out;

Section D

Integrative skills, knowledge, and Capabilities:
1.
Vocational Training, Work and Taric Law,
2.
Construction and organization of the training company,
3.
Safety and Health at the Work,
4.
Environmental protection,
5.
Planning and preparing work processes, working in the Team,
6.
Operational and Technical Communication,
7.
Apply and Create technical documentation,
8.
Measuring, checking, tearing, and transferring dimensions and contours,
9.
Quality assurance measures,
10.
Customer orientation and services.
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§ 5 Implementation of vocational training

(1) The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in this Regulation should be be imparted in such a way that the trainees are qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (3) of the Vocational Training Act, which in particular shall be responsible for planning, carrying out and controlling self-employed persons is included. This qualification must also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 6 to 8 and 10.(2) On the basis of the training framework plan, the trainees have to draw up a training plan for the trainees.(3) The apprentices must have a written proof of training. They should be given the opportunity to carry out the written evidence of formal qualifications during the training period. The trainees have to check the written proof of training on a regular basis. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Journeyman Examination, Final Examination

(1) The final examination consists of the two temporally apart from parts 1 and 2. The final examination shall determine whether the examinee has acquired his/her professional capacity to act. In the final examination, the auditor is to prove that he/she is able to master the professional skills required for this purpose, possess the necessary professional knowledge and skills, and with that in the vocational education and training courses In the case of vocational training, essential teaching materials are familiar. The training regulations should be based on. In this case, qualifications which have already been the subject of Part 1 of the final examination or final examination shall only be included in Part 2 of the final examination or final examination in so far as it is necessary for the determination of the professional qualification.(2) In determining the overall result, Part 1 of the Gesellen or final examination is weighted at 25 percent and Part 2 of the Gesellen or final examination is weighted at 75 percent. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Part 1 of the final or final exam

(1) Part 1 of the final or final exam is to be completed at the end of the second Training year.(2) Part 1 of the final examination or final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the Annex for the first three years of training, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the course of vocational education, to the extent that: is essential for vocational training.(3) Part 1 of the final examination consists of the examination area Work Order I. (4) The following guidelines exist for the examination area Work Order I:
1.
The test item is to demonstrate that it
a)
Schedule and set work items,
b)
Set Work Agent,
c)
Perform Measurements,
d)
use technical documentation,
e)
select manufacturing process,
f)
working and processing materials, materials, and accessories,
g)
Connect,
h)
tools, devices, and machines,
i)
Work organization, security, and security measures Health protection at work, for environmental protection, for customer orientation, for economic efficiency and for quality assurance,
j)
which are for the The following activities are based on the following activities:
2.
the examination area is based on the following activities: set: tarpaulins and manufacture of a component using manual and mechanical machining techniques, detachable and unsolvable connections, and pre-treatment of surfaces;
3.
The test piece is intended to produce a test piece and conduct an order-related expert discussion on this subject, as well as tasks relating to the test piece, in writing edit;
4.
The exam time is seven hours in total; within this time, the job-related expert talk should be 15 minutes or less, as well as the written processing of the tasks in 60 minutes.
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§ 8 part 2 of the Gesellen-or Final examination in the area of new, rebuilding and rebuilding (

) Part 2 of the final examination or final examination covers the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the Annex, as well as those in the vocational education and training courses mediating teaching material, insofar as it is essential for vocational training.(2) Part 2 of the journ or final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Work Order II,
2.
Planning and Manufacturing,
3.
Installation and Maintenance,
4.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the examination area Work Order II, there are the following specifications:
1.
The test item is to demonstrate that it
a)
capture work orders, schedule work flows,
b)
Set manufacturing methods for structurally and statically relevant components,
c)
Rumpfteile or Create or repair assemblies from different materials
d)
Set surface treatment measures and treat surfaces
e)
Apply quality assurance measures,
f)
Work organization, security, and work measures Health protection at work, for environmental protection, for customer orientation, for economic efficiency and for quality assurance,
g)
for the The following activities are based on the following activities:
2.
the examination area is based on the following activities: Placing: manufacturing or repairing a body or assembly using different materials;
3.
the test piece is to be a test piece , document it with practical documents and conduct an order-related interview;
4.
The examination time is 24 hours in total; During this period, the job-related expert discussion will be carried out in a maximum of 20 minutes.
(4) The following guidelines exist for the examination area Planning and Manufacturing:
1.
The test object is to prove that it
a)
Edit order data and information evaluate,
b)
Draw drawings and tears,
c)
Material properties
d)
distinguish design, function and use of tools and machines,
e)
Planning documents for the production of boat shouting, decks, interior fittings, superstructures, or shapes, or planning documents for repairing boats create,
f)
represent surface production,
g)
Quality-assurance measures set,
h)
Safety and health measures at work, environmental protection, customer orientation, economic efficiency and the Quality Assurance
can
2.
The test item is to edit practice-related tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 120 minutes.
(5) For the assembly and maintenance examination area, the following specifications are specified:
1.
The test object is intended to demonstrate that it can represent the following requirements:
a)
Luken, window, and Mounting the cover fittings,
b)
Make up, align and save masts
c)
technical Install devices, systems, and systems,
d)
Review and repair surfaces,
e)
Perform Maintenance Work,
f)
Transport and store boats;
2.
The test item is to edit practice-related tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 120 Minutes.
(6) For the examination area Economic and social studies, there are the following guidelines:
1.
The examinee is to prove that he is responsible for the economic and social sciences. and the social context of the working and working world.
2.
The examinee is to write practice-related tasks in writing edit;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
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§ 9 Rules of Weight and Existence in the Specialdirection New, Off and Conversion

(1) The examination areas are to be weighted as follows:

1.Auditing area Work Order I25 percent,

2. Examination area Work Order II35 percent,

3.Auditing area Planning and Manufacturing15 percent,

4.Assembly and maintenance testing area 15 percent,

5.Economic and social science exam area 10 percent.
(2) The journ or final check is passed if the performance is
1.
in the overall result of Parts 1 and 2 with at least "sufficient",
2.
in the examination area Work Order II with at least "sufficient",
3.
as a result of part 2 with at least "sufficient",
4.
in at least two of the rest of the exam areas of Part 2 with at least "sufficient" and
5.
in none Review area of Part 2 with "insufficient"
has been evaluated.(3) At the request of the examinee, the examination in one of the examination areas "Planning and Manufacturing", "Installation and Maintenance" and "Economic and Social Studies", which is less than "sufficient" in Part 2 of the Gesellen or final examination, shall be considered as "sufficient". by an oral examination of about 15 minutes if this can be the result of the passing of the examination. In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Part 2 of the technical or final examination in the technical field " Technology

(1) Part 2 of the final examination or final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the Annex, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the course of vocational education, to the extent that it is essential to vocational training.(2) Part 2 of the journ or final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Work Order II,
2.
Planning, Assembly and Installation,
3.
Storm Search and Maintenance,
4.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the examination area Work Order II, there are the following specifications:
1.
The test item is to demonstrate that it
a)
capture work orders, schedule work flows,
b)
mounting technical equipment, systems, and onboard devices,
c)
Function checks ,
d)
Technical assets and systems in or out
e)
Disorders detect and fix,
f)
Apply quality assurance measures,
g)
measures to Work organization, safety and health protection at work, environmental protection, customer orientation, economic efficiency and quality assurance,
h)
pointing out the technical background relevant to the exam task and justifying the procedure
2.
The examination area is based on the following activities: mounting, testing and repair of technical equipment, systems and on-board equipment as well as on-and-off equipment. Emigration;
3.
The test item is to carry out four working samples, document it with practical documents as well as a situational expert discussion on this
4.
The examination time is twelve hours in total; within this time, the situational discussion will take place in a maximum of 20 minutes.
(4) For the The planning, assembly, and installation verification area consists of the following specifications:
1.
The test piece should demonstrate that it is
a)
Building and Functions of Technical Assets and Systems,
b)
Edit Work Order Data and Evaluate information,
c)
prepare and apply drawings and plans,
d)
distinguish material properties and set assembly procedures,
e)
Construction, function and use of Tools and machines,
f)
Create planning documents for the assembly, installation, and maintenance of technical equipment and systems
g)
Set quality assurance measures,
h)
Safety and health measures at the work, environmental protection, customer orientation, economic efficiency and quality assurance
can
2.
the test piece is to be used in practice-oriented Edit tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 120 minutes.
(5) For the examination area of troubleshooting and repair, there are the following requirements:
1.
The test object is to prove that it
a)
Causes of disruptions to technical Find assets and systems,
b)
Create planning documentation for maintenance and modification of technical assets,
c)
Create Service and Maintenance Plans,
d)
assess damage to rigging systems, planning documents for Do not create damage
e)
Set quality assurance measures,
f)
Measures on safety and health protection at work, on environmental protection, on customer orientation, on economic efficiency and on quality assurance
2
The test item is to edit practice-related tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 120 Minutes.
(6) For the examination area Economic and social studies, there are the following guidelines:
1.
The examinee is to prove that he is responsible for the economic and social sciences. and the social context of the working and working world.
2.
The examinee is to write practice-related tasks in writing edit;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
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§ 11 System of Weight and Existence in the Technical Direction of Technology

(1) The examination areas must be weighted as follows:

1. Examination area work order I25 percent,

2. Working Order II Examination Area35 Percent,

3.Planning Review Area, Assembly and Installation Guide15 percent,

4.Examination area of the disturbance search and Repair15 Percent,

5.Economic and Social Science Auditing Area 10 percent.
(2) The journ or final check is passed if the performance is
1.
in the overall result of Parts 1 and 2 with at least "sufficient",
2.
in the examination area Work Order II with at least "sufficient",
3.
as a result of part 2 with at least "sufficient",
4.
in at least two of the rest of the exam areas of Part 2 with at least "sufficient" and
5.
in none Review area of Part 2 with "insufficient"
has been evaluated.(3) At the request of the examinee, the examination is in one of the examination areas "Planning, Installation and Installation", "Planning, Installation and Installation", "disturbance search and repair" and "Economic development", evaluated in Part 2 of the Gesellen or final examination with a bad "sufficient". and social studies " by means of an oral examination of about 15 minutes if this can be the case for the passing of the examination. In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted. Unofficial Table Of Contents

§ 12 Existing Vocational Training Conditions

Vocational training conditions which, at the date of entry into force of this Regulation , may be continued in accordance with the provisions of this Regulation, provided that the Contracting Parties agree to do so, taking into account the training period completed so far. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Entry into force, expiry

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2011 in force. At the same time, the regulation on vocational training to the boatbuilder/boat builder takes place in the 26. June 2000 (BGBl. 987). Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 4, paragraph 1, sentence 1)
Training Framework for Vocational Training for Boat Builder and Boat Builder

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2011, 1063-1074)
Section A: Job profiling skills, knowledge and skills

Lfd.
No.Part of the
Training profession to mediate
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. until 24.
month1234
1 Set up, serve and maintain tools, equipment, machines and devices
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A number 1)
a)
Health and Safety devices, and Environmental protection of equipment and equipment
b)
Tools, equipment, machines and devices, in particular in the manner of processing and taking into account ergonomic viewpoints, select
c)
handle and maintain hand tools
d)
Set, operate, and maintain devices, machines, and devices
e)
Machine tools set, maintain and
4
f)
Wait for operating rules
g)
Disrupt and take action to correct , take note of security rules, in particular to avoid hazards due to electrical
2
2 Processing, processing and storing materials, making workpieces
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A, point 2)
a)
Woods, wood-based materials, plastic semi-finished products, Distinguish ferrous and non-ferrous metals by species and properties and by using them
b)
plates, pipes and profiles, in particular of plastics, Iron and non-ferrous metals, manually and mechanically separated after tearing
c)
Wood and wood-based materials manually and mechanically cut
d)
Hölzer stacking and storing wood under consideration of moisture
e)
Materials and materials, in particular
f)
produce internal and external threads
g)
workpieces made of plastics, iron and non-ferrous metals in size and shape
h)
workpieces from Wood and wood-based materials, manual to measure and shape, and stemmen
i)
workpieces made of wood, wood-based materials and plastics, with due regard to the dimensional accuracy of the machine planing and milling
j)
drilling and lowering workpieces, respecting tolerances
k)
plates, pipes and profiles, in particular of plastics, iron and non-ferrous metals, cold and warm
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3 Making connections (§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A number 3)
a)
Constructive Longitudinal, Transverse, Eck, Diagonal, and Cross connections, especially by shanks, tabs and Stoßen, manufacture
b)
Connect wood joints by screws, nailing and dowels
c)
Distinguish Glue and Additives By Purpose
d)
Spann and Press Devices select and prepare
e)
Connection surfaces and adhesives, in particular in compliance with processing requirements and health and environmental protection, preparing to connect parts by gluing
f)
Connect fiber-reinforced plastics with laminating
g)
Connecting parts from different materials by laminating and gluing
h)
Components from different materials, in particular with respect to the surface shape and surface quality as well as the material strength, screw-in and riveting
i)
Operating readiness of welding devices, metal parts, in particular steel, connect through stitching
10
4 Production and processing of fiber composite materials
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A, point 4)
a)
Method for manufacturing fiber composite materials
b)
Health and health regulations Use environmental protection in the production and processing of composite materials
c)
Components, in particular synthetic resins, hardeners, accelerators, inhibitors, Fillers, reinforcing materials and core materials, for the production of fibre-reinforced plastics according to species and properties, to select and prepare them for use,
d)
Mix and apply synthetic resins
e)
shapes, in particular by grinding, polishing, and applying Separating layers, preparing
f)
producing laminates using reinforcement and sandwich materials
g)
Connect fiber composite components
h)
deforming parts, visual inspection
4
5 Treating surfaces (§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A number 5)
a)
Method and materials for treatment different from surfaces
b)
surfaces, in particular by cleaning, pre-treating, and assessing results
c)
surfaces by preparatory processes, in particular by applying wood and corrosion protection agents, as well as by priming and spatulas,
3
d)
abrasives for manual and machine grinding selecting
e)
Treating surfaces by removal procedures, in particular by manual and machine
f)
Coating materials for indoor and outdoor use selecting
g)
Select and apply manual coating
2
6 Making devices, templates, and models
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A number 6)
a)
Devices for construction and assembly, distinguish and select
b)
Devices, in particular Helling and Mall, for construction and assembly
c)
Fabricates and blanks templates
d)
three-dimensional models
4
7 Einconstructing of equipment in the deck and bodywork area
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A, point 7)
a)
differentiate equipment parts
b)
Breakthroughs in decks and superstructures, considering technical specifications
c)
Equipment, In particular, taking into account constructive requirements, mounting on decks and on superstructures
3
d)
Fit, seal and mount the hatch and the window, as well as function and tightness Check
e)
distinguish between deck fittings by function, adjust and check for corrosion protection as well as check for
4
8 Set Masts and Spering
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section A Number 8)
a)
Masts, standing and running good by species and materials
b)
fittings and materials Install mechanical equipment on masts and spears
c)
swell
d)
d)
Strike and back up standing good at the mast
e)
Masts and spins including fittings Check completeness and function
f)
beating, setting up, aligning and
4
9 installation of technical equipment, installations and systems, performance testing
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A, point 9)
a)
substructures to the Manufacture, fitting and installation of technical equipment and equipment
b)
Fundamente, in particular for the acceptance of machines and aggregates, made of wood, plastic or metal as well as material combinations, fit and install
c)
with operating materials circumscribable, expired and spilled fabrics
Border-right: 0.5pt solid; border-bottom: 0.5pt solid;
4
d)
Align And Install Wave Systems with Tolerancing Tolerance
e)
Ruderblades and Ruderkoker Manufacture and install
f)
Install tank, pipe, and hose systems and check for tightness
g)
Installing the cross-beam ruder
h)
validating assets and internals for
7
10 Applying insulation and insulation techniques as well as measures to Fire protection
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A number 10)
a)
distinguish and select insulating materials and insulating materials by purpose
b)
Select insulation and insulation techniques
c)
insulation and insulation measures, especially against humidity, sound, heat, cold and fire, carry out
d)
carry out building measures for fire protection, observe the legal
3
11 Maintenance
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A, point 11)
a)
inspect cramps and superstructures for the purpose of maintaining value, document results
b)
Repairs preparing and running
c)
Pre-warehousing preparatory actions, in particular for the maintenance and prevention of damage
4
d)
Inspection of assets and Prepare, carry out and document systems, especially taking into account safety regulations.
e)
Disorders, malfunctions and damage Investigate possible causes, take measures to limit damage, and fix
3
12 Transporting and storing
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A number 12)
a)
apply security measures and safety rules, especially when slipping, cranes and popping,
b)
Select and use hoists, assault and transport as well as stop and transport aids, consider ergonomic aspects
c)
Hand-operated and motor-driven hoists, hitting and securing loads
d)
Transports, especially of boats, perform loads, save and store
,
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Section B: Further job-profiling skills, knowledge and skills in the Specializing New, Off and Rebuild

Lfd.
No.Part of the
Training job image to provide
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in the
25. to 42. Month1234
1 Production and maintenance of turf and decks
(§ 4 (2) Section B, point 1)
a)
distinguish body types and shapes, read and apply engineering drawings, consider design constraints
b)
Incorporating devices, attachments, and
c)
Lamination forms taking into account
d)
Body parts made of wood, especially in the form-glued, carweeler, clinker, and last-and-last- Manufacture plywood and decks
e)
Body parts and decks made of fibre-reinforced plastic, in particular in solid laminate and sandwich construction, manufacture
f)
Steel and aluminum hull parts and decks
g)
Body parts and Decks in composite construction
h)
Body parts with each other and with decks and bulkheads, with load-bearing associations and local reinforcements connect
i)
Cover from different materials, especially from wood and plastic, apply
j)
Remaintenance work on hulps and decks
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2 Production of interior fittings
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B, point 2)
a)
distinguishing and selecting designs, building styles, and design features
b)
Incorporating devices, systems, and systems
c)
Interior Design Parts manufacturing
d)
Assembly parts to assemblies, fit into the fuselage, and mount
e)
Complete interior fittings and verify functions
10
3 Making, maintaining and Repair of masts and spurs
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B number 3)
a)
distinguish and select Manufacturing Processes for Masts and Spers
b)
Masts and Spieren, especially from wood, taking into account constructive requirements, customer requirements and safety regulations,
c)
instate and hold
d)
Perform visual inspection of masts and spins, detect damage and take action to resolve
5
4 Making build-up
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B number 4)
a)
Parts for superstructures Wood, plastic or metal
b)
Components for superstructures, especially taking into account material combination, tightness, shrinkage behavior and Power flow, joining
c)
mounting structures on decks, taking constructive constraints into account
d)
Luken and Lid, taking into account constructive particularities
8
5 Production of structurable and statically relevant Components
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B, point 5)
a)
Longitudinal and cross dressings, especially with respect to static and dynamic loads,
b)
Select Manufacturing Methods and





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c)
longitudinal and cross-associations, especially after Construction drawings and templates, manufacture
d)
Install the structural parts and the structural parts, repair damaged
6 Repairing
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B number 6)
a)
Investigate hulls and superstructures on structural and material damage, results document
b)
Create repair plans
c)
Prerequisites for performing Make repairs, carry out repairs after repair plans
d)
Perform tightness and function checks on repaired parts, test work and results documenting
10
7 Production and repair of surfaces
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B number 7)
a)
Types of loading and decoating systems differ
b)
Selecting and stripping systems and processes, especially considering the background and the intended use
c)
Perform working and dislayments in the exterior and interior, comply with application regulations, and regulations of occupational safety and environmental protection
d)
detecting and documenting surface damage in the inner area
e)
Surface damage in the over and underwater areas, especially moisture undermigration, osmosis, and delamination, detect and document
f)
Take action to correct surface damage in the outer and inner areas, in particular damage to the paint and the fine layer while respecting the colour equation
g)
Measures to prevent, select and perform preventive surface protection in the underwater
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Section C: Other professional-profile-giving Skills, knowledge and skills in technology

Lfd.
No.Part of the
Training profession education
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in the
25. to 42. Month1234
1 Testing technical
assets and systems
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C number 1)
a)
Components and functions of technical equipment and systems, in particular electrical and electronic systems and systems in the area of low-voltage safety, propulsion and propulsion systems, hydraulic and mechanical systems, distinguishing between
b)
Select test equipment, exams, in particular functional tests, electrical and electronic equipment and systems in the small safety area
c)
detect failures, take action to correct and
5
2 Monting and waiting for supply and disposal facilities
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C number 2)
a)
Components and functions of supply and disposal facilities, in particular drinking water, Sea water, greywater and black water systems, as well as pumps and lence systems,
b)
Grau and black water disposal facilities, in particular: Observance of legal provisions, assembling and waiting
c)
Systems for fresh water and seawater supply, especially in compliance with legal regulations, assemble and wait
d)
mount and wait water treatment plants for heating, filtering, and desalination
e)
assemble and control systems, including the piping systems, perform maintenance
f)
Disrupt supply and disposal facilities, take measures to correct them, and
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3 Installing and waiting for onboard electrical and onboard components
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C number 3)
a)
Construction, functions and networks of bordelectric and
b)
Apply cabling plans and document changes
c)
Place and connect electrical lines in the low-security area, meet standards and regulations
d)
Cable cars, especially for electrical wiring in the 230/400 volt area, relaying
e)
Lines in the 230/400 volt area under the direction and supervision of an electrical power supply, comply with standards and regulations
f)
install and connect data lines,
g)
Install, connect, and operate devices and electrical consumers in the low-security area
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4 Monting and waiting for energy storage devices, use of energy sources
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C, point 4)
a)
distinguish the types and properties of voltage sources and energy storage devices
b)
Energy balances creating and evaluating
c)
Select, install, save, and connect energy storage devices
d)
d)
Charging techniques, power sources, in particular land connection, motor and wind-driven generators and solar cells, select and install
e)
Perform and document maintenance work, observe security rules
f)
Energy Storage check and store, and keep it in compliance with the requirements of disposal
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5 Monting and waiting for mechanical and hydraulic systems as well as equipment
(section 4 (2) C (5))
a)
Types, structure and functions of mechanical and hydraulic systems as well as equipment
)
assemble, put into operation and install the lifting, pulling and pushing systems as well as the cross-beam, winch and trim equipment.
Check functions
c)
detect failures, take action to correct them, and document
d)
Performing and documenting maintenance work, respecting security
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6 Monting and waiting for drive and drive systems
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C number 6)
a)
Specs, structure and functions of drive and pre-drive systems differ and after Select the purpose
b)
Removing and removing combustion engines and electric motors
c)
Operating systems, in particular fuel, cooling and exhaust systems, as well as measuring and control systems,
d)
pre-drive systems, in particular reversing gears, shaft systems, saildrives and aquamatic drives, install
e)
Distinguish propeller types, select and install
f)
install assets and check for features
g)
detect failures, take action to correct them, and document
h)
Performing and documenting maintenance work, respecting security
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7 equipping, mounting, waiting and trim rigging systems
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C number 7)
a)
Read and apply Rigg and Assembly Plans
b)
Equipment on masts and spiers, in particular electrical and hydraulic reef devices, mount and wait
c)
Check equipment on masts and spying on wear, function and security, document results
d)
Riggsystems according to specifications, especially manufacturers, designers and owners, trimming
e)
Damage assessment of rigging systems, in particular corrosion damage, preventative measures and measures to
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8 Monting and waiting technical on-board equipment
(section 4 (2) C (8))
a)
technical on-board equipment, in particular fire extinguishing systems, security devices, Anchor facilities, gas installations, heating, air conditioning and ventilation systems, refrigeration units and consumer electronics, distinguishing
b)
technical brothels
c)
Install fire-extinguishing systems and gas installations, comply with legal requirements
d)
technical onboard equipment waiting
e)
detecting disruptions to technical onboard equipment, measures to troubleshoot and document
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9 One-and-out-of-work equipment and systems
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C number 9)
a)
Inventory recordings of technical assets and systems
b)
Create service plans for input and out
c)
Function checks , detect defects, take measures to correct and document
d)
Technical plants, in particular drinking water and waste water systems, heating systems and Air conditioning, main and ancillary equipment, pump systems, supply and collection tank systems, corrosion-and frost-proof inhouse, safety regulations in mind
e)
Auswintern technical assets and systems, restore operational readiness, and verify functions
f)
documenting work
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Section D: Integrative skills, knowledge, and skills

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1 Vocational training, working and collective bargaining
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D Number 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration, and termination, declaring
b)
cite mutual rights and obligations under the training contract
c)
Possibilities of continuing vocational training
d)
essential parts of the employment contract call
e)
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2 Construction and organization of the training company
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section D Number 2)
a)
The structure and tasks of the forming enterprise explain
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration
c)
The relationships of the company and its employees to economic organizations, Professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks, and working methods of the executive bodies of the training or personnel representation of the training Describe
3 Safety and health protection at work
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D number 3)
a)
Threat to safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe accidents and initiate first actions
d)
Rules of the Apply preventive fire protection; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat
4 Environmental protection
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D number 4)
To avoid operational environmental stress in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts by the training company and its contribution to environmental protection by examples
b)
apply environmental protection rules
c)
Possibilities of the economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; substances and materials of an environmentally friendly disposal
5 Schedule and prepare work flows, work on team
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D Number 5)
a)
Collect work order and check editability preferences
b)
Work Items under consideration Set design, manufacturing and economic aspects
c)
Measures for the constructive material protection in the interior and exterior areas consideration
d)
Planning the use of work equipment and applying backup measures
e)
identify material needs and provide material
f)
Set up, secure, and clear workplaces consider ergonomic aspects
g)
Check ladders, working, carrying and protective scaffolders for usability and operational safety, as well as on-and deconstructing
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h)
Planning, preparing, and documenting work processes during production, assembly, maintenance and repair
i)
i)
Estimate time and personnel support
j)
Planning and implementing tasks in a team, results of
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6 Operational and technical communication
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D number 6)
a)
Talking with superiors and in a team situation-appropriate, present facts and German and apply English technical expressions
b)
procure, evaluate, and document information
c)
Use data systems, observe privacy rules, update and back up data
d)
Creating, editing, and documenting order-related
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e)
Voting with other trades and other stakeholders
f)
Edit industry-specific software
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7 Apply and create technical documentation
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D number 7)
a)
technical documentation, in particular parts lists, tables, diagrams, operating instructions and manuals, also in English
b)
make sketches, plans and drawings, and Apply
c)
Apply Standards
d)
Create Material and Material Lists
e)
Create a break-up and transfer
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f)
Line cracks, general plans and overview plans, construction drawings and installation plans
g)
Technical specifications, taking into account the constructive requirements, in particular the Lacquers, transfer
h)
Perform unwinding and
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8Measuring, checking, tearing
, and transferring dimensions and contours
(§ 4 paragraph 2, section D, point 8)
a)
Measuring and measuring tools, especially for lengths, angles, thicknesses, inside, contours and direction measurements, select
b)
Perform length and angle measurements, document results
c)
Direction measurements, in particular with solder, water scale, hose scale and laser, carry out, document results
d)
Reference lines, outlines and hole in the middle taking into account the Tearing and marking material properties
e)
Check workpieces and components for dimensional accuracy and tolerances
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9 Quality assurance measures
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D Number 9)
a)
Targets and tasks quality assurance Distinguish measures
b)
Select test types and test equipment, determine the operational capability of the test equipment, apply operational testing requirements and results document
c)
Apply quality-assurance measures in your own workspace
d)
Surface, especially from products, assess by visual inspection
e)
Between-and final controls Perform, document results
f)
Perform receipt and delivery note controls
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g)
Review and secure the quality of pre-treated and delivered products, standards and specifications applying
h)
checking work flows and checking for compliance with quality standards
i)
assessing the importance and effectiveness of quality assurance measures in consideration of technical documentation, applying





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The causes of errors and quality deviations are detected, documented, and remediated
k)
contribute to the continuous improvement of work flows in your own
10 Customer Orientation and
Services
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D Number 10)
a)
through its own behavior to Customer satisfaction and lasting economic success
b)
Customers over the company's business services and services inform
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c)
conversations with customers and take cultural specifics and behavioural rules into account, customers consult
d)
Customers on maintenance intervals and maintenance work
e)
Review and document compliance with customer requirements
f)
submitted to finished work, informing customers about maintenance and maintenance
g)
accept complaints and take action to
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