Regulation on the master examination profession and the examination requirements in parts I and II of the master examination in the Brunnenbauer-Handwerk

Original Language Title: Verordnung über das Meisterprüfungsberufsbild und über die Prüfungsanforderungen in den Teilen I und II der Meisterprüfung im Brunnenbauer-Handwerk

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Regulation on the master examination profession and the examination requirements in the parts I and II of the master examination in the Brunnenbauer trade (Brunnenbauermeisterverordnung-BrbMstrV)

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BrbMstrV

Date of completion: 14.10.2005

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" Brunnenbauermeisterverordnung vom 14. October 2005 (BGBl. 3024), as defined by Article 21 of the Regulation of 17 November 2011 (BGBl). 2234).

Status: Amended by Art. 21 V v. 17.11.2011 I 2234

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Footnote

(+ + + Text evidence from: 1. 1.2006 + + +) 
(+ + + For application cf. § 9 + + +)

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Pursuant to Section 45 (1) of the Rules of the Craft Act, as amended by the Notice of 24 September 1998 (BGBl. 3074), as defined by Article 1 (39) of the Law of 24 December 2003 (BGBl). 2934), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is responsible for the following: Unofficial table of contents

§ 1 Outline and content of the Master Examination

The master examination in the Brunnenbauer-Handwerk, which is subject to admission, comprises the following independent test parts:
1.
the examination of the masterly direction of the essential activities (Part I),
2.
the examination of the necessary theoretical knowledge (Part II),
3.
the examination of the necessary business, commercial and legal knowledge (Part III) and
4.
the examination of the necessary vocational and occupational pedagogical knowledge (Part IV).
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§ 2 Master examination profession

(1) The master test finds that the test item is capable of carrying out an operation independently, carrying out technical, commercial and personnel management tasks, carrying out the training and carrying out its professional training. To implement responsibility for action on its own and to adapt it to new requirements in these areas. (2) In the Brunnenbauer-Handwerk, the following skills and knowledge are to be considered as holistic qualifications for the purposes of the master's examination be considered:
1.
Determine customer requirements, advise customers, offer services, conduct contract negotiations and set order targets, calculate services and draw up offers, conclude contracts,
2.
Perform technical, commercial and personnel management tasks, in particular taking into account the operational organisation, the company training and further training, the quality management, the liability regulations labour protection law, data protection, environmental protection and information and communication technologies,
3.
Plan, organize, run, and monitor order fulfillment processes
4.
carry out contracts, in particular in the light of working and application techniques, machinery and equipment technology, geological and hydrological conditions, professional legal requirements and technical standards; and the recognized rules of technology, personnel, materials and equipment, as well as the possible uses of apprentices,
5.
Develop and implement operational logistics concepts,
6.
Drilling and removal thereof, in particular to wells, geothermal probes and groundwater measuring points, as well as water conveying systems, to determine water and energy requirements; planning documents, subject to official requirements, including the use of computer-based systems,
7.
Select and deploy equipment equipment for building ground investigations, drilling and its removal; drilling holes as well as planning and monitoring the installation and removal of the drilling pipes,
8.
Determine the extraction tools for soil, rock and water samples according to quality classes; remove soil and rock samples, mark, address and create layer lists; remove water samples, characterise and assess water quality; experiments in particular, pump and measurement tests in the borehole and in the well,
9.
Select plant and auxiliary materials as well as fastening and connection means for the removal of boreholes; determine grain sizes, slot widths and bulk solids,
10.
Install the building piping, carry out the filling of the ring space in accordance with geological storage conditions and seal it against the intrusion of unsuitable waters and pollutants,
11.
Development of wells, including computer-aided, planning, preparation and carrying out, in particular by pumping clear pumps, intensifying, residual sand contents and performing multi-stage and performance-pumping tests,
12.
Erecting wells, excavating and forging excavations, filling and compacting; making and installing wells and measuring heads,
13.
Select, install and put into service equipment of measuring and conveying technology; water treatment and distribution systems, taking into account assembly techniques, installation and assembly; laying, rinsing, disinfecting and disinfecting pressure pipelines; and in operation,
14.
Maintenance of wells and closing structures, detecting and fixing performance reductions and damage, creating and implementing regeneration and refurbishment concepts, as well as closing drill holes; drilling, drilled holes, and final structures , as well as the disposal of waste,
15.
Carry out through-holes and press-through for pipe laying, manufacture start-ups and excavation excavations with special-purpose deep-building equipment, measure, build, operate and restore water-conditioning systems; scale and manufacture geothermal heat recovery systems,
16.
Measure drilling points, drilled holes and piping parts and draw them into stock plans; determine and use geophysical measurement methods as well as perform camera-technical inspections and log them,
17.
Perform fault and fault search, control measures to eliminate errors and malfunctions, evaluate results and document results,
18.
Measure, determine, calculate and post-costing services; create documentation and test logs, evaluate order processing.
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Section 3 Outline of Part I

The Part I of the Master Examination comprises as examination area a master examination project and an expert discussion related to it. Unofficial table of contents

§ 4 Master examination project

(1) The test specimen shall carry out a master inspection project which corresponds to a customer order. Proposals of the test item for the customer order are to be considered. The order-related customer requirements are set by the Master Audit Committee. On this basis, the test specimen develops an implementation concept including a time and material requirement planning. He has to submit this to the Master examination committee for approval prior to the completion of the Master's examination project. The Master Examination Committee checks whether the implementation concept corresponds to the order-related customer requirements. (2) The Master Examination Project consists of planning, implementation and documentation work. (3) As a master audit project, one of the to perform the following tasks:
1.
a drilling well with water supply or
2.
a well with a final construction work or
3.
a water conservation system
design, plan, calculate, produce and document. (4) The drilling in the production must be at a minimum diameter of 400 mm, a minimum target of 50 meters depth, or with a minimum diameter of 600 millimetres. Minimum target of 30 metres depth and have a minimum diameter of 150 millimetres. (5) The design, planning and calculation documents are to be found at 20 of the hundred, the works carried out at 60 of the hundred and the Documentation documents with 20 of the hundred weighted. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5 Technical Discussion

After completion of the Master's examination project, the expert discussion will be conducted. In doing so, the examinee is to prove that he can demonstrate the professional relationships that underlie the master's examination project, justify the course of the master's examination project, and work related to the master audit project. problems and their solutions, and is in a position to take new developments into account. Unofficial table of contents

§ 6 Examination period and existence of Part I

(1) The performance of the Master's examination project should not last longer than five working days, the expert discussion should last no more than 30 minutes. (2) The Master's examination project and the expert discussion will be evaluated separately. The examination achievements in the Master Examination Project and in the expert discussion are weighted in the ratio of 3:1. (3) A minimum requirement for the existence of Part I of the Master examination is a sufficient overall examination performance, with the examination neither in the master examination project nor in the expert discussion with less than 30 points may have been assessed. Unofficial table of contents

Section 7 Outline, duration and existence of Part II

(1) The examination in Part II aims at demonstrating the competence of the examinee in the fields of action referred to in paragraph 2 by analysing and evaluating occupational problems and by identifying and documenting solutions and thereby documenting and documenting solutions to problems. (2) Fields of action are:
1.
Drilling, Brunnenbau-und Operating Technology,
2.
order processing,
3.
Management and operational organisation.
(3) In each field of action, at least one task must be processed, which must be case-oriented:
1.
Bohr-, Brunnenbau-und Operational stechnikDer Prüfling is to demonstrate that it is capable of drilling technical and drilling equipment as well as well-building-specific tasks in consideration of economic and ecological aspects in a Well-built Brunnenbauerbetrieb. In doing so, he is to analyse and evaluate occupational situations. In the respective task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (h) are to be linked:
a)
describe and evaluate sampling procedures, taking into account geological conditions, and determine equipment and machines for sampling and sampling; and creating layer lists,
b)
describe and evaluate drilling methods, in particular in drilling fluids and in drilling in contaminated areas; determine drilling tools and justify selection,
c)
Select equipment and tools for well construction, in particular for drilling, dishwashing and pump technology, and justify the use of such tools,
d)
Select special deep-building equipment, taking into account the water retention and the foundation requirements, and justify the use of such devices,
e)
Assessing and selecting the types of construction and building materials, as well as the various steps in the construction of the well, the desserts, the pumping experiments, the regeneration and refurbishment of the building,
f)
Describe and evaluate the basics of water supply, well dimensioning, measurement site networks and water analysis,
g)
Describe the use of pumps, pressure boiler systems, small-scale waterworks and piping systems,
h)
Read pipe control plans, make a sketches and design sketches; draw borehole profiles, well development plans and final structures, including computer-aided design;
2.
Order processing The test piece is to demonstrate that it is able to plan order processing processes, also using industry-standard software, success, customer and quality-oriented, to control their implementation and to plan their execution complete. In the respective task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (i) are to be linked:
a)
the ability of procurement to be processed;
b)
Create offer documents and evaluate offers, offer costing,
c)
Evaluate the methods and procedures of planning and organisation of work, taking into account the manufacturing technology, the assembly, the use of materials, equipment and personnel, thereby presenting quality assurance aspects as well as interfaces between Consider workspaces,
d)
apply professional legal provisions and technical standards, as well as recognised rules of technology, in particular the assessment of liability in the manufacture, maintenance and service of services;
e)
draw up technical work plans, sketches and drawings as well as evaluate and correct given job plans, sketches and drawings,
f)
determine and justify the application-related use of materials and materials, machines and equipment,
g)
Subcontracting and controlling subcontracting,
h)
Represent damage to machines, equipment and structures, propose repair methods and determine the necessary handling,
i)
Carry out pre-and post-calculation;
3.
Management and operational organisation The test specimen shall demonstrate that it is capable of carrying out the tasks of the management and the organisation of operations, taking into account the legal provisions, including the use of information and information systems. communication systems. In the respective task, several of the qualifications listed under (a) to (h) are to be linked:
a)
to identify operational costs, taking into account business-related costs,
b)
check operational cost structures; identify operational indicators,
c)
Develop marketing measures for customer care and the acquisition of new customers against the background of technical and economic developments,
d)
plan and present operational quality management,
e)
carry out tasks of human resources management; present the relationship between human resources management and personnel management and development;
f)
develop operational specific measures for compliance with occupational health and safety regulations and environmental protection; assess potential hazards and define measures to prevent and eliminate hazards;
g)
Plan and present operational and storage equipment as well as logistic processes,
h)
Presenting and assessing opportunities and risks of operational cooperation.
(4) The examination in Part II shall be carried out in writing. It should not last longer than three hours in each field of action. An examination period of six hours per day shall not be exceeded. (5) The overall assessment of Part II shall be calculated from the arithmetic mean of the individual evaluations of the fields of action referred to in paragraph 2. (6) Were in no more than two of the areas in which the evaluation was carried out. In the case of a minimum of 30 and less than 50 points, an oral supplementary examination may be carried out in one of these fields of action if it allows the passing of Part II of the Master examination. (7) A minimum requirement for the existence of Part II of the Master examination is a a total of sufficient examination performance. The examination of Part II has not been passed if:
1.
a field of action has been evaluated with less than 30 points, or
2.
two fields of action have been evaluated with fewer than 50 points after the additional examination has been carried out.

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(+ + + § 7 (6) and 7: For use, see § 9 + + +) Unofficial table of contents

§ 8 General examination and procedural regulations, further regulations for the Master Examination

(1) The provisions of the Master Examination Procedure Ordinance of 17 December 2001 (BGBl. 2) The examination in parts III and IV of the Master Examination is determined by the General Master Examination Regulation of 26 October 2009. October 2011 (BGBl. 2149), as amended. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Transitional provision

The provisions of Section 7 (6) and (7) shall not apply to the examination procedures that have been initiated until 31 December 2011. These will be brought to an end in accordance with the previous regulations. Unofficial table of contents

Section 10 Entry into force, expiry of the external force

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 January 2006.