Regulation On The Requirements For The Master Exam For The Profession Of Burner/burner In The Agricultural Sector

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Anforderungen in der Meisterprüfung für den Beruf Brenner/Brennerin im landwirtschaftlichen Bereich

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Ordinance on the requirements in the Master's examination for the profession Brenner/Brennerin in the agricultural sector

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Date of departure: 21.10.2008

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" Regulation on the requirements in the Master's examination for the occupation Brenner/Brennerin in the agricultural sector of 21. October 2008 (BGBl. 2065), as defined by Article 2 of the Regulation of 21 December 2000. May 2014 (BGBl. I p. 548) "

:Modified by Art. 2 V v. 21.5.2014 I 548

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Based on § 53 (3) in conjunction with Section 1 of the Vocational Training Act of 23. March 2005 (BGBl. 931), paragraphs 1 and 3 of which are provided for in Article 232 (3) (a) and (b) of the Regulation of 31 December 2008. October 2006 (BGBl. 2407), the Federal Ministry of Food, Agriculture and Consumer Protection, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is ordering the Federal Ministry of Education and Research after hearing the main committee of the Federal Institute for Education and Research (Bundesinstitut für Bildung und Forschung). Vocational training: A non-official table of contents

§ 1 Objective of the master examination and the name of the financial statements

(1) The Master's examination for the occupation Brenner/Brennerin is a vocational training examination in accordance with Section 1 (4) of the Vocational Training Act. It shall determine whether the examination participant or the examination participant has the extended professional capacity to act on a career path, the following tasks of an agricultural distiller/of a Agricultural distillery in distilleries of different structures economically and sustainably, as well as responding to changing requirements and framework conditions:
1.
Brennereitechnologie, Operations-und Verfahrenstechnik, Marketing:

Analyze different methods of processing in the distillery; carrying out, controlling and optimising the processes in the distillery business, taking into account the requirements for product quality, the market and environmental concerns; Control and appraisal of raw materials, mash and distillery products; develop and implement quality and quantity specifications; marketable products; carry out the necessary measures of occupational safety and health; and Accident prevention;
2.
Operation and management:

Development of objectives, concepts and measures for production and marketing in accordance with the the operating conditions and requirements of the market; analysing and planning the operational processes and the operational organisation according to economic aspects and taking into account social, environmental and legal requirements; Decide on the nature and timing of the measures in production and marketing; commercial disposition in the supply of equipment, labour, material and machinery use and the sale of products; economic control of the Operating parts and total operations; planning, calculating and assessing investments; applying instruments of quality and cost management as well as marketing; collaborating with market partners and other companies; Opportunities for information and advice;
3.
Vocational training and staff management:

Review of company and personal training requirements; Planning the training in terms of content, methodological and temporal aspects in accordance with the requirements of the training regulations; selecting and adjusting trainees; performing the training by applying appropriate methods at the Placement of training contents; Hinding of trainees to self-employed activities, preparing for examinations, informing and berating about training opportunities; selecting and adjusting staff; transferring tasks to Employees according to their performance, qualification and suitability; directing and controlling employees in work processes, cooperative driving, conveying and motivating; supporting the continuing vocational training of Employees.
(2) The successfully completed examination leads to the recognised conclusion of "Landwirtschaftliche Brennmeister/Landwirtschaftliche Brennmeisterin" (Agricultural distillers/agricultural distillers). Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Admissions requirements

(1) For the Master Review, you must be allowed
1.
a final examination in the recognized training profession Brenner/Brennerin followed by at least two years ' professional practice or
2.
a successfully completed final exam in a recognized agricultural training occupation, followed by at least three years of professional practice or
3.
a minimum of 5 years of professional practice
.(2) The professional practice referred to in paragraph 1 must be demonstrated in the field of the distillery industry.(3) By way of derogation from the conditions set out in paragraphs 1 and 2, it may also be possible to verify who, by presenting certificates or in any other way, makes it credible that skills, knowledge and skills (vocational training) ) have been acquired, which justify the admission to the examination. unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Outline of the Master Review

(1) The master check includes the verification parts
1.
Brennereitechnologie, Operations-und Verfahrenstechnik, Marketing,
2.
Operation-and Company management,
3.
Vocational training and staff management.
(2) The Master Examination is to be carried out in accordance with § § 4 to 6. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Examination requirements in the testing section "Combustion technology, operating and process engineering, marketing"

(1) The The test participant or the examination participant shall demonstrate that the manufacture and further processing of distillery products, the related services and the marketing, including the related use thereof, are of workers, machinery, buildings and equipment can be planned, carried out and assessed. In this context, it is to be shown that the relevant measures can be carried out in a quality-oriented and economic way, and in compliance with environmental protection, occupational safety and occupational safety and health.(2) The examination shall cover the following contents:
1.
The suitability of raw materials for the distillery; influence of production on the quality of the raw material,
2.
Rohalkohol and distillate technology,
3.
Finals for fires, ghosts, liqueurs, and other spirits,
4.
Business control and quality assurance,
5.
sensory inspection and description of fires, ghosts, liqueurs and other spirits,
6.
presentation, customer consulting and marketing; marketing of products from the distillery,
7.
Organization of work and labor and machine usage; Occupational Safety and Safety,
8.
Price calculation; economic control and assessment of production processes and marketing,
9.
Consideration of the interaction between the enterprise and the environment; application of environmentally friendly measures in procurement, production, marketing and disposal,
10.
Legal provisions for production, environmental protection, consumer protection and marketing.
(3) The examination consists of a work project as referred to in paragraph 4 and a description of Distillery products referred to in paragraph 5.(4) The aim of the work project is to demonstrate that, based on concrete operational situations, the relationships between the areas of choice of raw materials, processing, combustion technology, marketing and marketing are covered in a complex sense, can be analyzed and appropriate workable solution proposals can be created. The task for the work project is to relate to the ongoing management of an agricultural distillery. The work project is to be planned in writing. The course of the processing and the results are to be documented and explained in an examination interview. The task of selecting the task is to take into account proposals of the examination participant or the examination participant. If the Audit Committee finds that the originally planned work project cannot be carried out in the holding, it shall have an equivalent task in consultation with the examination participant or the examination participant for a To put a work project in a suitable operation. Up to twelve months are available for the work project. The examination interview shall cover the course and results of the work project, as well as the content referred to in paragraph 2. It should not last longer than 60 minutes.(5) In the description of distillery products, various distillery products shall be described and assessed on the basis of a sensory assessment, any defects and defects which may be present shall be identified, possible causes of such defects, and appropriate measures are proposed for the elimination of such measures. In this connection, there are also aspects of fire technology to be considered. The results are to be explained in an examination interview. In the course of the examination, a selection of distillery products should also be presented with the inclusion of the company marketing concept in a customer-friendly way. For this examination performance, including the presentation of the distillery products, up to 120 minutes are available. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Examination requirements in the operational and corporate management audit section

(1) The audit participant or the The participants will be able to demonstrate that economic, legal and social relationships can be identified, analysed and assessed in operation, as well as development opportunities.(2) The examination shall cover the following contents:
1.
national and international framework for distillery and commercialisation; economic and social conditions; and Agricultural policy,
2.
operating conditions for the production of distillery products and their marketing,
3.
The structure and function of the distillery or the business branch distillery; enterprise forms; cooperation,
4.
Operation and Work Organization; Work Design,
5.
Economic Control and Evaluation of the Production and Marketing; Collecting and Evaluating the Operational Performance Guide,
6.
Operational Development Planning, Investment and Financing,
7.
market and marketing, in particular offer, demand, pricing and advertising; merchandising shapes,
8.
occupational legislation,
9.
Social insurance, private insurance, and corporate Insurance,
10.
Principles of Tax Accounting, Tax Types, Tax Procedures,
11.
Information, Communication and Advice.
(3) The audit consists of a business-economic work project in accordance with paragraph 4 and an operational assessment as referred to in paragraph 5.(4) The purpose of the business project is to be a complex business task in an agricultural distillery which is responsible for the further development of the overall operation or of a substantial part of the It is important to operate in a business-economic sense. The task of selecting the task is to take into account proposals of the examination participant or the examination participant. If the Examination Committee finds that the originally planned work project cannot be carried out, it shall have an equivalent task for an economic management company, in consultation with the examination participant or the examination participant. Work project. The work project is intended to build on business records of a company. These documents are not part of the work. For the production, a period of up to three months is available. The course and results of the work project are to be documented and presented in an examination interview and explained. The examination interview covers the course and results of the work project and should not last longer than 30 minutes.(5) In the course of the operating assessment, a foreign agricultural distillery is to be recorded, analysed and assessed as a whole and development possibilities are to be shown. The results shall be laid down in writing and shall be explained in an examination interview. The examination interview shall also apply to the contents of paragraph 2. The necessary data and documents are to be made available for the collection of the company. The examination participant or the examination participant shall be given the opportunity to get to know the holding directly. For the operational evaluation, including preparation for the examination interview, up to four hours are available. The subsequent examination should not last longer than 60 minutes. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Examination requirements in the examination section "Vocational Training and Staff Management"

(1) The test item shall demonstrate that: to recognise the links between vocational training and staff management, to train apprentices and staff, and to have appropriate technical, methodological and didactical skills.(2) The evidence of the qualification referred to in paragraph 1 shall be carried out in the following fields of action:
1.
Check training requirements and plan training,
2.
Prepare for training and apprentices,
3.
Perform Training,
4.
Complete Education,
5.
Identify Labor Requirements, Select Labor, Set and Tasks and
6.
guide, guide, promote, and motivate employees and their continuing vocational training.
(3) The field of action Paragraph 2 (1) includes the competences:
1.
The advantages and benefits of occupational training and the reasons for being able to justify it,
2.
Planning for company training needs on the basis of the legal, collective bargaining and operating framework conditions and decisions to be taken meetings,
3.
to represent the structures of the VET system and its interfaces,
4.
selecting and justifying training occupations for the operation,
5.
the suitability of the operation for the To examine training in the desired training occupation and to examine whether and to what extent training contents are carried out by measures outside the training centre, in particular through training in the network, and by means of inter-company and extra-occupational training. training, to be mediated,
6.
to assess the possibilities of using the measures preparatory to vocational training, as well as
7.
The tasks of the training participants to be in operation, taking into account their functions and qualifications in operation.
(4) The field of action referred to in paragraph 2, point 2 Comprises the competences:
1.
on the basis of a training order to draw up a company training plan, which is particularly relevant to professional working conditions and business processes,
2.
the possibilities of participation and participation of the operational lobbings in vocational education and training ,
3.
identify the need for cooperation and, in terms of content and organization, with the cooperation partners, in particular the vocational school,
4.
Criteria and procedures for the selection of trainees, also taking into account their diversity,
5.
to prepare the vocational training contract and to arrange for the registration of the contract with the competent authority, as well as
6.
the ability to check whether parts of vocational training can be carried out abroad.
(5) The field of action referred to in paragraph 2, point 3, includes the competencies:
1.
Creating learning conditions and a motivating learning culture, giving and receiving feedback,
2.
organizing, organizing, and evaluating the probationary period,
3.
from the company's training plan -to develop and design operational learning and work tasks for business and business processes,
4.
Training methods and media to select target groups and to use them in a specific situation,
5.
apprentices in learning difficulties through individual design of training and learning advice Support, if necessary, support for training support and the possibility to extend the training period,
6.
trainees additional training to make training courses, in particular in the form of additional qualifications, and to examine the possibility of shortening the duration of the training and of the early admission to the final examination,
7.
promoting the social and personal development of apprentices, recognizing problems and conflicts in time, and acting on solutions,
8.
Evaluating and evaluating performance, evaluating performance evaluations of third parties and audit results, conducting appraisal interviews, conclusions for the other Training course and
9.
Promoting intercultural competences.
(6) The field of action referred to in paragraph 2 (4) includes the competences:
1.
To prepare apprentices for the final examination, taking into account the dates of the examination, and to complete the training to a successful conclusion
2.
to register the apprentices with the competent authority for examinations and to ensure that they are subject to the relevant conditions of implementation
3.
to participate in the creation of a written certificate on the basis of performance assessments, and
4.
To inform and advise apprentices about company development paths and vocational training opportunities.
(7) The field of action referred to in paragraph 2 (5) includes: Competencies:
1.
Legal basis of working, tariff and social law to be implemented in operation,
2.
Apply Personnel Planning Concepts,
3.
Select Labor, and ,
4.
To assess the performance, qualification and suitability of employees and to perform tasks on them in accordance with the assessment transmission,
5.
to initiate disease prevention and to organize measures, and
6.
completing work relationships.
(8) The scope of action referred to in paragraph 2, point 6, includes the competencies:
1.
Instruct employees to identify and evaluate performance and behaviors, where appropriate, with third-party performance assessments,
2.
Conducting employee and assessment interviews and showing development opportunities,
3.
Labor to motivate and promote,
4.
To qualify and assist in continuing education,
5.
Recognizing social contexts and conflicts,
6.
applying conflict resolution measures, Team work to organize and support, as well as
7.
knowing leadership styles and critically reflecting your own leadership behavior.
(9) The review is divided into the sections Vocational Training and Staff Management. The vocational training section shall consist of a practical part referred to in paragraph 10 and a written part referred to in paragraph 11. The staff management section consists of a case study in accordance with paragraph 12.(10) The practical part consists of the implementation of a training situation to be selected by the examinee in coordination with the examination board and a specialist discussion. The training situation is to be planned in writing and practically carried out. The selection and design of the training situation will be explained in the expert discussion. A period of seven days is available for the written planning of the training situation. For the practical implementation of the training situation, 60 minutes are available. The expert talk should not last longer than 30 minutes.(11) In the written part, the examinee shall deal with case-related tasks relating to the competences referred to in paragraphs 3 to 6. The exam time is 150 minutes.(12) In the case study, the examinee is to analyse a situation of staff management, as defined by the Audit Committee, which relates to the competencies listed in paragraphs 7 and 8, develop options for action, explain the situation in writing and to explain them in a specialist discussion. For the case study, 120 minutes are available. The expert discussion based on this should not take longer than 20 minutes. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Invoice of other audit services

The competent authority may, upon request, either the examination participant or the Participants in the examination of individual test components according to § 4 (3), § 5 (3) and § 6 (9) shall be exempted if, in the last five years prior to the application, a competent authority, a public or state-approved An educational institution or a national audit committee has been successfully passed a test which meets the requirements of the relevant examination contents under this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Master Review Pass

(1) The three parts of the test are to be evaluated separately. For the part "Brennereitechnologie, Operations-und Verfahrenstechnik, marketed", a note is to be considered as an arithmetic mean of the assessments of the services in the examination according to § 4 (4) and in the examination according to § 4 (5), the note in this case has in The examination in accordance with § 4 (4) double the weight. For the part "Operation and corporate management", a note is to be considered as an arithmetic mean of the assessments of the services in the examination according to § 5 (4) and in the examination according to § 5 (5), the note in the examination according to § 5 (4) of the double weight. For the examination part "Vocational training and staff management", a note is the arithmetic mean of the assessments of the performance in the examinations in accordance with § 6 (10) and (11) in the section Vocational training and the performance in the examination according to § 6 Section 12 in the section "Employee guidance", the grade for the section "Vocational Training" is to be weighted with 60 percent and the grade for the section "Employee guidance" with 40 percent. The grade for the section "Vocational Training" shall be considered as an arithmetic mean of the assessments of the performance in the examination according to § 6 (10) and in the examination according to § 6 (11); the note in the examination according to § 6 (10) has the following double weight.(2) The overall performance in the test shall be a note, and shall be calculated as the arithmetic mean of the notes for the individual parts of the test.(3) The test has been passed if at least the grade "sufficient" has been achieved in each test piece. It has not been passed if at least one of the services in the tests referred to in paragraph 1 has been 'deficient' or more than one of those benefits has been 'deficient' in the examination as a whole.(4) The examination in accordance with § 6 (11) shall be supplemented by an oral examination if the examination can give a rash for the existence of the examination. The supplementary test should not take longer than 30 minutes. In the determination of the result, the previous grade of the test and the grade of the supplementary test in the ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Master Review repetition

(1) A master check that has not passed can be repeated twice.(2) In the repeat examination, the examination participant or the examination participant shall, upon request, be exempted from the examination in individual examination parts and in the individual tests in accordance with § 8 (1) if the performance in the examination is carried out in a preceding Examination of at least the grade "sufficient" has been assessed, and the examination participant or the examination participant within two years, calculated from the date of completion of the examination, for the examination Log in. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Transitional rules

(1) The up to the 28. The examination procedures started in May 2014 may be completed in accordance with the rules in force until then.(2) Test specimens, which shall be examined in accordance with the procedure of 28. May 2014 have not passed and within two years from the date of the 29th anniversary of the present day of the year, If you register for a repeat examination in May 2014, the repeat examination can be carried out in accordance with the up to the 28. May 2014 apply.