Regulation Concerning Vocational Training For The Gunsmith And The Büchsenmacherin

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Büchsenmacher und zur Büchsenmacherin

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Regulation on vocational training for the office-maker and the bookmaker (Büchsenmacher-Training Regulation-BüchsenmAusbV)

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BüchsenmAusbV

Date of issue: 26.05.2010

Full quote:

" Büchsenmacher-Training Decree of 26. May 2010 (BGBl. I p. 677) "

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This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of § 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 soon be considered a supplement in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger) published.

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The reason for the first sentence of § 25 (1) in conjunction with Article 26 (1) and (2) (1) (2), (3) and (7) of the Craft Regulations), of which Article 25 (1) was last amended by Article 146 of the Regulation of 31 December 2008. October 2006 (BGBI. 2407), and § 26 last amended by Article 2 (4) of the Law of 23. March 2005 (BGBl. 931), the Federal Ministry of Economics and Technology, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, is ordering: href="index.html#BJNR067700010BJNE000200000"> Non-official table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the training profession

The training profession of the bookmaker and the bookmaker is to be found in accordance with § 25 of the Craft Code Training for the trade 22 of Appendix A of the Craft Regulations state-recognized. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Duration of vocational training

The training lasts three years. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Training framework plan, training professional image

(1) The subject of vocational training shall be at least the subject of the Training framework (Appendix) skills, knowledge and skills (professional capacity to act). 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 bookmaker and a bookmaker is broken down as follows (training professional image):
Section A
Professional skills, knowledge and skills:
1.
Manual clasp and reshaping,
2.
machine-edit,
3.
Go to Work and Auxiliary Materials,
4.
Maintenance and Waiting for Operating Resources,
5.
Treating and protecting the surface of weapon parts,
6.
Add,
7.
Monting firearms,
8.
Monting optical devices on firearms,
9.
Waiting and Maintenance of Firearms,
10.
Making the Total Function of Firearms and Accessories,
11.
Ballistic and Ammunition,
12.
Weapons Provisions;
Section B
Integrative Skills, Knowledge and Skills:
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.
Operational, technical, and customer-oriented Communication,
6.
Order processing,
7.
Schedule and control work flows; Control and assess work results,
8.
Quality Management,
9.
Check and trade fairs.
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§ 4 Implementation of vocational education and training

(1) The skills referred to in this Regulation, Knowledge and skills are to be taught 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 is in particular self-planning, Carry out and control. This qualification must be proven in examinations in accordance with § § 5 to 7.(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

§ 5 journeyman review

(1) The journeyman check consists of the two temporally diverted parts 1 and 2. By means of the journeyman's examination, it is possible to determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional capacity to act within the meaning of Section 1 (3) of the Vocational Training Act. In the journeyman's examination, the examiner is to prove that he has the necessary professional skills, has the necessary professional knowledge and skills and is required to teach in the vocational education and training course, for which he/she is responsible for the Vocational training is familiar to essential teaching materials. In this context, qualifications already covered by Part 1 of the Journeyman Examination should be included in Part 2 of the journeyman's examination only to the extent necessary for the identification of the professional qualification.(2) In the determination of the overall result, Part 1 of the journeyman's examination is weighted at 25 percent and part 2 of the journeyman's examination with 75 percent. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Part 1 of the journeyman's examination

(1) Part 1 of the journeyman's examination is scheduled to take place before the end of the second year of training.(2) Part 1 of the journeyman's 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 he/she is responsible for the Vocational training is essential.(3) Part 1 of the journeyman's examination consists of the examination area "Work Order".(4) The work order verification area has the following specifications:
1.
The test piece should demonstrate that it
a)
Machine making, checking and measuring workpieces by drawing and
b)
the security and the
2.
The examination area is the basis for the preparation and testing of a construction or weapon part. set;
3.
the test item should do a work task;
4.
is the exam time five hours.
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§ 7 part 2 of the journeyman's examination

(1) Part 2 of the journeyman's examination extends to those in the skills, knowledge and skills, as well as the teaching material to be taught in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) Part 2 of the journeyman examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Manufacturing and assembly technology,
2.
Maintenance Technology,
3.
Manufacturing and Waffle Technology,
4.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the examination area Manufacturing and assembly technology, the following specifications are specified:
1.
The test piece is intended to prove that it
a)
Work flows while taking economic, technical, organizational and time constraints independently plan and dispose of material,
b)
Manually manufacture workpieces,
c)
taking care of the armor security construction or weapon parts, mounting and adjusting assemblies, applying joining and mounting techniques, and
d)
Perform heat treatments
;
2.
the audit area is based on the following activities:
a)
assemble and mount one or more functional assemblies for firearms, as well as
b)
one of the following activities:
aa)
related construction or weapon parts from different Fit and connect materials, or
bb)
assemble and adjust optical devices, or
cc)
assembling firearms and checking for function;
3.
the test item to be used
.
4.
The examination time is 40 hours.
(4) For the examination area, maintenance technology consists of: following specifications:
1.
The test object is to demonstrate that it
a)
errors and faults in Systematically detect and fix firearms,
b)
rework or replace assemblies and arms parts,
c)
Perform and assess weapons engineering measurements and checks,
d)
Weapons Law consider,
e)
advise customers and
f)
protect health and safety
2.
The examination area is based on the maintenance of a firearm or the completion of an assembly.
3.
The test item is to carry out a work task and carry out a situational expert discussion on this;
4.
The exam time is seven hours, within this time the situational discussion will last for a maximum of 15 minutes.
(5) For the examination area Manufacturing and Weapons technology has the following specifications:
1.
The test piece should demonstrate that it is
a)
represent the technical construction of modern and historical firearms and describe the properties of the ammunition,
b)
Represent Weapon law,
c)
Evaluate ballistic process metrics,
d)
Calculate tensile, compressive and shear strength, as well as manufacturing and working times,
e)
Properties and Assess the use of materials and excipients,
f)
describe possibilities for the treatment and protection of the surfaces of weapon parts,
g)
Possibilities of editing parts on computer-controlled machine tools,
h)
can represent subject-related issues and their solutions
2.
the audit area is the Manufacture and maintenance of firearms;
3.
The test item shall process case-oriented tasks in writing;
4.
the exam time is 240 minutes.
(6) For the Business and Social Studies exam area, the following specifications are:
1.
The test piece is intended to demonstrate that it can represent and assess the general economic and social relationships of the working and working world;
2.
the test item is to edit case-based tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 60 Minutes.
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§ 8 Rules of Weight and Existence

(1) The examination areas are to be weighted as follows:
1. Work Order Review Area25 percent,
2. Manufacturing and
assembly technology review area
20 percent,
3. Maintenance-
technique
25 percent,
4. Finish and
weapon engineering review
20 percent,
5. Economic and
social science review area
10 percent.
(2) The journeyman exam has passed if the benefits have been evaluated as follows:
1.
in the overall result of Parts 1 and 2 with at least "sufficient",
2.
as a result of Part 2 of the journeyman check, with at least "sufficient",
3.
in at least three Examination areas of part 2 with at least "sufficient" and
4.
in no examination area of Part 2 with "insufficient".
(3) At the request of the test item, the Examination in the examination area "Production and weapon technology" or "economic and social studies", if it has been evaluated worse than "sufficient", to be supplemented by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes if this is the case for the passing of the examination A rash can be given. In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 are to be weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Existing vocational education and training conditions

Vocational training conditions which, when this Regulation enters into force, , by way of derogation from Article 25 (4) of the Craft Regulations, the provisions of this Regulation may continue to take account of the period of training completed so far if the Contracting Parties agree to do so and not yet Intermediate check has been filed. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2010, in force. At the same time, the Büchsenmacher-Training Ordinance of 6. April 1989 (BGBl. 682). Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 3 paragraph 1)
Training framework for vocational training as a bookmaker and a booklet maker

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2010, 680-686)
Section A: Professional skills, knowledge and skillsLfd.
Nr.Part of the
Training skills, knowledge and skills,
, including self-employed planning,
performing and controlling sindTime values in
weeks in1. -18.
Monthly 19. -36.
Month1234
1 Manual racking and shaping
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A, point 1)
a)
Select tools taking into account the processes and materials
b)
surfaces and shapes of iron and non-ferrous metals flat, angled, and parallel to general tolerances and deburring to measure
c)
Bleche, pipes and profiles made of iron, non-ferrous metals, plastics after tearing with the hand saw
d)
Inner and External Thread
e)
Fine sheets and plastic semi-finished products with hand and hand lever scissors cutting
f)
Metal sheets, pipes, and profiles of iron and non-ferrous metals
g)
sharpening tools by
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2 Machine Edit
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 2)
a)
Set and set machine values of hand-held and stationary machines, Assign and apply cooling and lubricant
b)
align the workpieces and components with the shape and material properties; and
c)
Select, align and span tools in accordance with the machining procedures and the materials to be machined
d)
Drilling according to general and position tolerances by drilling into the wool, drilling and profile sinks, and drilling up to the IT 7 dimensional accuracy
e)
workpieces or components with hand-guided machines grinding and drilling
f)
workpieces up to Cutting precision IT 11 with different turning chisels and milling cutters by turning and front-circumference face-milling cutter plates and profiles, while taking into account the material, the material surface, the shape of the work piece and the connection dimensions, and bend-
g)
Data input and output devices as well as volumes
h)
Edit components on computer-controlled machine
4
3 Going with Work and Auxiliary Materials
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A, point 3)
a)
Materials in terms of intended use, heat treatment, Working and processing are different
b)
Semi-finished products and workpieces according to shape, fabric, and workability are different
c)
Select cutting materials, taking into account the material to be processed and the tool type
d)
Select and use excipients, in particular coolants and
2
e)
Select and use grinding and polishing agent
f)
workpieces harden, start, glow and check for hardness
  2
4 Maintenance and maintenance of resources
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 4)
a)
Clean, maintain, and pre-corrosion the operating medium
b)
Operating materials, in particular coolants and lubricants, switching and refilling according to operating rules
c)
Perform and document maintenance work according to plan
d)
electrical connections, in particular Connectors, check for mechanical damage
e)
Note security measures for electrical machines or devices
f)
Components and assemblies with and without the help of instructions and documents
g)
dismantled components and systematically store and
4
5 Treating and protecting the surface of weapon parts
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 5)
a)
Procedure, in particular Oiling, plunging, dipping, plating, nitriding, coating, phosphatizing, selecting
b)
Surfaces of weapon parts for treatment preparing
c)
Surface of metal weapon parts with different techniques, especially pans and plungers, handle
d)
Surface of wood and plastic weapon parts with different
8
6 Add
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 6)
a)
Check components for surface finish of joining surfaces and shape tolerance, as well as in assembly-compliant Fix the position
b)
Connect the screw connections while respecting the sequence of parts and the torque and back up with securing elements
c)
Components are non-positive and non-positive with due regard to the nature of the joint surfaces
d)
workpieces and components made of different materials, adhering to the processing
e)
Tools, Lote, and Flow Means for Soft and Hard soldering, Sheet Metal and Profiles of Lots or Parts and assemblies, as well as sheet metal and steel profiles up to a thickness of 5 mm by fusion welding in various welding positions, including
-
set the type of seam in consideration of the materials and the workpieces
-
Welding devices, Select additives and excipients
-
Set setting values
-
workpieces and joints Preparing the welding
-
Preparedness
10
7 Monting of firearms
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 7)
a)
Construction and weapon parts Provide for assembly operations according to technical documentation and marking
b)
Construction and weapon parts for the functionally correct installation verifying
c)
Customizing joint surfaces with respect to surface shape and surface finish
d)
Construction and weapon parts according to technical documentation assembled to assemble and check for function
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e)
Deploy assemblies and weapon parts and assembly operations assigning
f)
Set the location of assemblies and weapon parts relative to each other, and establish connections in compliance with part-specific assembly conditions
g)
related workpieces for fixed and moving connections by counterpiece, teaching or drawing specifications
h)
Check and adjust assemblies and weapon parts, control
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8 Monting optical devices on firearms
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 8)
a)
The suitability of optical devices, in particular
b)
Select mounting types for optical devices
c)
Set assembly location
d)
prefabricated and finished assembly parts according to requirements select and procure
e)
finished assembly and assembly parts
f)
optical devices, especially by means of push-up, tipping, fixed, saddle, swivel and suhler-hook-in mounting,
12
9 Waiting and repairing firearms
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 9)
a)
Condition of weapon parts and assemblies review and assess, about maintenance or replacement decide
b)
dismantle and clean firearms, identify and systematically store parts with respect to location and function
8
c)
malicious weapon parts and Rework and replace assemblies, procure and produce spare parts
d)
assemble firearms and check them for function and
13
10 Making the overall function of firearms and accessories
(Section 3 (2) (A) (10))
a)
Firearms operational safety, in particular by checking the security elements and securing devices,
b)
Check the single functions necessary for the overall function, make assemblies operatability by setting
c)
Evaluate ballistic values and ballistic tables, and use them to shoot weapons
d)
Shooting, shooting and controlling firearms through open sighting and optical target devices; document results
e)
Set optical devices, detect errors, and initiate actions to
4
11 Ballistik and ammunition
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A number 11)
a)
Process parameters of the internal ballistics, in particular Gas pressure profile and interactions of the components, evaluate
b)
Process parameters of the external ballistics, in particular the trajectory of the flight path and the interactions of the physical influences, evaluate
c)
characteristics of the target ballistics, in particular the requirements of projectiles differ, projectile constructions and mode of action, assess
d)
distinguish historical development and technical build-up of ammunition
e)
distinguish different storeys and Schrotarts and assign usage options
f)
customers Explain how to use and function recharger
3
12 Arms Provisions
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section A, point 12)
a)
Weapons Regulations, in particular the Weapons Act, the German Weapons Act, the War Weapons Control Act, the Explosives Act and the Jagdrecht, observe
b)
Weapons Regulations, in particular with regard to acquisition, ownership, leadership, transportation, retention, release and manufacture, apply
c)
Check and make weapons and ammunition labeling
d)
Official testing of weapons and ammunition
1
Section B: Integrative skills, knowledge and skillsLfd.
No.Part of the
Training profession training skills, knowledge and skills,
which includes self-employed planning,
Performing and controlling to mediate sindTime values in
weeks in1. -18.
months 19. -36.
month1234
1Vocational Training, Work and Tariffy
(§ 3 Paragraph 2 Section B, point 1)
a)
Mean of the Training contracts, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
name mutual rights and obligations arising from the training contract
c)
Possibilities of continuing vocational training
d)
essential parts of the employment contract call
e)
key provisions of the collective bargaining agreements applicable to the training
During the
entire
training time
to mediate
2 Construction and organization of the training company
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section B, point 2)
a)
Construction and Explain the tasks of the forming enterprise
b)
explain the basic functions of the forming enterprise such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration
c)
The relationships of the training company and its employees to economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation legal
3 Security and
Health protection
at work
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section B, point 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
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section B 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 Operational, technical and customer-oriented communication
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section B, point 5)
a)
procure and rate information
b)
Talking with superiors and in the team situational, present facts, German and English technical expressions also use in communication, part, group and Read and use explosion drawings
c)
prepare sketches and parts lists
d)
Standards, in particular tolerance standards and surface standards,
e)
technical documentation, in particular repair and operating instructions, catalogues, parts lists, Tables and charts, read and use
f)
Log work flows
g)
volumes use, read digital and analog measurement and audit data
h)
Ensure communication with previous and subsequent functional areas
i)
accepting customer-specific requirements and information, forwarding and taking into
















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6 Order processing
(§ 3 2 (2) (B) (6))
a)
clarify the type and scope of work orders, determine specific achievements, address special features and dates with customers
b)
clientele, in particular in the selection of weapons, caliber and bullets for various applications, advising and supervising
c)
Check out, represent and compare the cost of the solution
d)
Technical developments Take into account safety-related and weapon-law specifications
e)
Initiate Partial Orders and Control Foreign Services
f)
Planning your order in consideration of safety-related and business-related aspects, creating planning documents and orders
5
7 Planning and controlling Work processes; Control and assessment of work results
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section B, point 7)
a)
Work steps and processes after functional, organizational, manufacturing, and Set and ensure economic criteria
b)
Request and provide materials, tools, and tools to order
c)
Preparing the workplace in consideration of the work order
d)
Work products control, assess and log
4
8 Quality Management
(§ 3 paragraph 2 Section B number 8)
a)
Apply verification and audit request-related
b)
systematically search for causes of errors and quality defects that contribute to their elimination, document errors and actions
c)
applying the operation's quality management
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d)
contribute to the improvement of work processes in your workspace; own Use qualification
1
9 Review and Measure
(§ 3 2 (2) (B) (9))
a)
Check the flatness and roughness of workpieces
b)
the shape accuracy of workpieces check
c)
Check surfaces for quality, wear and damage
d)
lengths, in particular with line scales and measuring slides, taking into account systematic and random measurement errors, measuring
e)
workpieces with angles, border gauges and Check thread clocks
f)
Reference lines, hole centers, and outlines on workpieces, taking into account the material properties and subsequent machining and grabs
g)
test the location of components and assemblies, measure positional deviations
h)
Measuring physical and electrical sizes











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i)
Arc-engineering measurements and tests, especially on runs, cartridge storage and closures, performing and
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