Regulation Concerning Vocational Training In Chemistry, Biology And Paint Laboratory

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung im Laborbereich Chemie, Biologie und Lack

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Regulation on vocational training in the laboratory of chemistry, biology and paint

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ChemBioLackAusbV 2009

Date of issue: 25.06.2009

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" Regulation on the Vocational training in the laboratory of chemistry, biology and lacquer of 25. June 2009 (BGBl. I p. 1600) "

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

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The reason for § 4 (1) in conjunction with § 5 of the Vocational Training Act of 23. March 2005 (BGBI. 931), of which Article 4 (1) is replaced by Article 232 (1) 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

Content Summary

Part 1Common
§ 1 State recognition of training occupations
§ 2Training period
§  3Vocational Training
2Rules
for the Training Profession
Chemielaborant/Chemielaborantin
§ 4Training framework plan, training professional image
§ 5Implementation of the Vocational Training
§ 6Final examination
§ 7Part 1 of the final examination
§ 8Part 2 of the final examination
§ 9 Weight and Bestee Control
§ 10Oral Complementary Examination
3Rules
For The Training Occupation
Biologielaborant/Biologielaborantin
§ 11Training framework plan, training professional image
§ 12Professional vocational training
§ 13final examination
§ 14Part 1 of the final examination
§ 15Part 2 of the Final Audit
§ 16Weight and BestehensScheme
§ 17 Oral Complementary Examination
4Rules
For The Training Occupation
Lacklaborant/Lacklaborantin
§ 18 Training framework plan, training professional image
§ 19Implementation of vocational education and training
§ 20Auditing
§ 21Part 1 of the Audit
§ 22Part 2 of the final examination
§ 23 Weight and BestehensRules
§ 24Oral Complementary Examination
5Final Provisions
§ 25Entry into force, outside
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Annex 1:Training framework for vocational training for chemical laboratory technician
Appendix 2: Training framework for vocational education and training for biology lab technicians/for biology lab technicians
Appendix 3:Training Framework for vocational training for the paint laboratory/paint laboratory

Part 1
Common rules

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§ 1 State recognition of training occupations

The training occupations
1.
Chemielaborant/Chemielaborantin,
2.
Biologielaborant/Biologielaborantin,
3.
Lacklaborant/Lacklaborantin,
are state-recognized in accordance with § 4 paragraph 1 of the Vocational Training Act. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

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

§ 3 Structure of vocational education and training

The training is divided into
1.
Compulsory qualifications, consisting of
1.1
common for the three training occupations, integrative in accordance with § 4 (2) A number 1 to 6.4, § 11 (2) A number 1 to 6.4 and § 18 (2) Section A number 1 to 6.4;
1.2
for each training occupation specific compulsory qualifications:
a)
for the chemical laboratory technician (s) according to § 4 (2) (A) (7) to (8.3),
b)
for the biology lab technician according to § 11 Paragraph 2 Section A number 7 to 13,
c)
for the paint laboratory technician in accordance with section 18 (2) A number 7 to 10;
2.
six electoral qualifications to be determined by the trainee; of which
a)
to select at least four elective qualifications from shortlist I in accordance with § 4 (3) for the chemical laboratory technician, with at least two Optional qualifications from 1 to 8 of this shortlist are to be defined; the other electoral qualifications can also be selected from the list II according to § 4 paragraph 4,
b)
to select at least four elective qualifications from shortlist I in accordance with § 11 paragraph 3; the other elective qualifications can also be used in the following: from shortlist II in accordance with § 11 (4),
c)
for the paint laboratory technician at least five optional qualifications from the selection list I after § 18, paragraph 3, whereby at least two electoral qualifications are to be determined from the numbers 1 to 10 of this shortlist; the remaining optional qualification can also be selected from the list II according to § 18 paragraph 4
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Part 2
Rules for the Chemielaborant/Chemielaborantin Training Profession

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§ 4 Training framework plan, training professional image

(1) The subject of vocational training is at least the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the training framework plan (Annex 1) (vocational training and training) (vocational training) Ability to act): An objective and time breakdown of the content of the training content deviating from the training framework plan is particularly permissible, insofar as the deviation requires the deviation from the operational experience.(2) The vocational training for the chemical laboratory technician is broken down as follows (training professional image):
Section A: Compulsory qualifications according to § 3 number 1
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Responsible Care:
3.1
Health and Safety at Work,
3.2
Environmental protection,
3.3
Power carriers,
3.4
Go with Work equipment and equipment, including maintenance and maintenance,
3.5
Quality assurance measures, customer orientation,
3.6
Cost-effectiveness in the laboratory;
4.
Work organization and communication:
4.1
Work planning, work in the Team,
4.2
Information creation and documentation,
4.3
Communication and Information Systems,
4.4
Measurement Data Collection and Processing,
4.5
Apply foreign language to Technical Tasks;
5.
Working with Working Materials,
6.
Chemical and Physical Methods:
6.1
Sample sampling and sample preparation,
6.2
Physical Sizes and Material constants,
6.3
Analytic methods,
6.4
Separation and Association of Working Materials;
7.
Analytical work performing:
7.1
Preparing samples,
7.2
Qualitative analysis,
7.3
spectroscopy,
7.4
Gravimetry,
7.5
dimensional analysis,
7.6
Chromatograph,
7.7
Values of measurement results;
8.
Perform preparative work:
8.1
Manufacture of preparations,
8.2
Split and Cleaning of fabrics,
8.3
Characterizing products;
B: Electoral qualifications according to § 3, paragraph 2, point (a) (3) List I includes the following elective qualifications:
1.
Preparative Chemistry, Reaction Types and Guide,
2.
Preparative Chemistry, Synthesis Technique,
3.
Performing process engineering work,
4.
Apply Sampling and analytical techniques,
5.
Using chromatographic techniques,
6.
Apply spectroscopic method,
7.
Analytical coupling techniques,
8.
Determining thermodynamic sizes,
9.
Performing microbiological works I,
10.
Perform biochemical work,
11.
Examine Materials,
12.
Making, application and testing of coating materials and systems,
13.
Process-related Work techniques.
(4) List II includes the following elective qualifications:
1.
Laboratory-related information technology,
2.
Working with automated systems in the lab,
3.
Application engineering work, Customer care,
4.
Perform electrical and electronic work,
5.
Quality Management,
6.
Environmental Work Techniques,
7.
Perform immunological and biochemical work,
8.
Perform biotechnological Work,
9.
Perform microbiological work II,
10.
Perform genetic engineering and molecular biological work,
11.
Performing cell culture engineering work,
12.
Perform diagnostic work,
13.
Formulation, manufacture and review binding agents,
14.
Perform colorimetric work,
15.
Investigating Coatings.
The electoral qualifications of List II numbers 8 and 9 can only be used in conjunction with the selection list number 9 of the selection list I and the optional qualifications of numbers 10 and 12 of the selection list II can only be used in conjunction with the selection list II. Connection with the election qualification number 10 of the selection list I are chosen. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Implementation of vocational education and training

(1) The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in this Regulation shall be conveyed in such a way as to enable the trainees to carry out 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. The qualification described in sentence 1 shall also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 6 to 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 final examination

(1) The final examination consists of the two parts 1 and 2 that fall apart in time. The final examination shall determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional capacity to act. In the final examination, the auditor is to prove that he has the necessary professional skills, possess the necessary professional knowledge and skills, and that he/she is required to teach in the course of the vocational education and training course, for which the examination is carried out. Vocational training is familiar to essential teaching materials. The training regulations should be based on. In this context, qualifications which have already been the subject of Part 1 of the final examination are to be included in Part 2 of the final examination only in so far as it is necessary for the determination of the professional qualification.(2) In determining the overall result, part 1 of the final examination is weighted at 35 percent and part 2 of the final examination is weighted at 65 percent. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Part 1 of the final examination

(1) Part 1 of the final examination is to be completed before the end of the second year of training take place.(2) Part 1 of the final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in Appendix 1 for the first 84 weeks, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that he/she is responsible for vocational training is essential.(3) Part 1 of the final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Production and characterisation of products,
2.
General and preparative chemistry.
(4) For the exam area, creating and characterizing products, there are the following preferences:
1.
The test object is to prove that it
a)
Plan work independently,
b)
Control and document work results,
c)
occupational calculations
d)
Link work organization and technology issues, and
e)
Work on safety and health at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The scope of the exam is to use the following areas and activities:
a)
preparative work ,
b)
characterize products;
3.
the test item should be Work Task I and a Work Task II, where Task I is to relate to point 2 (a) and Task II (II) to point 2 (b);
4.
the exam time is a total of 480 minutes;
5.
Work Task I is 70 percent, which is Work Task II with 30% weighting.
(5) For the General and Preparatory Chemistry examination area, the following guidelines exist:
1.
The test subject shall be: Prove that he/she
a)
Technical tasks in terms of work organisation, scientific and technological facts and their linkage analyse, evaluate and present appropriate solutions,
b)
Use chemical-physical methods and working materials in a process-related manner,
c)
Perform job-related calculations and
d)
Health and safety measures work as well as environmental protection and quality management.
2.
The examination area shall be based on the following areas and activities:
a)
Atomic engineering, chemical bonding, and periodic table of elements,
b)
Stoffkunde,
c)
Synthesis, Reaction equations, and influence of Reactions,
d)
stoichiometry, especially yield and concentration calculations,
e)
Split and clean fabrics,
f)
General lab technology and
g)
Characterizing products and work materials;
3.
The audit task is to write tasks in writing edit;
4.
the exam time is 135 minutes.
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§ 8 Part 2 of the final examination

(1) Part 2 of the final examination extends to the skills, knowledge and skills listed in Appendix 1 in accordance with § 3, point 1.1, point 1.2 (a) and (2). Point (a) and the teaching material to be mediated in the course of vocational education and training, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) Part 2 of the final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Process-oriented work,
2.
Analytical Chemistry and Electoral Qualifications,
3.
Economic and Social Studies.
(3) For the Process-oriented work check area:
1.
The test object is to prove that it
a)
Complex, process-oriented workflows self-planning and running,
b)
Operating medium Select and assess
c)
Link organizational and technological issues,
d)
Perform job-related calculations,
e)
Control work results, document and assess,
f)
show the relevant professional background of his work and justify his approach, as well as
g)
Work on safety and health at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
For this, select from the following areas and activities:
a)
Performing an instrumental analytical task,
b)
performing a scale-analysis task,
c)
performing a physical analytical task,
d)
one of the electoral qualifications selected in accordance with § 3 (2) (a) from the selection list I;
3.
The test object is to carry out the task I and the task II, with task I at point 2 (a), (b) or (c) and work item II (point 2) (d) ;
4.
The exam time is a total of 660 minutes;
5.
the work task I is at 40% and the work item II is to be weighted at 60 per cent.
(4) For the examination area Analytical Chemistry and Electoral Qualifications, the following requirements exist:
1.
The test piece is intended to prove that it
a)
technical tasks with regard to work organization,
b)
Occupational Calculations (b)
Occupational Calculations (in German)
c)
Safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The scope of the examination must be based on the following areas and activities:
a)
Analytical Chemistry:
aa)
Analytical techniques including sample preparation and Response Equations,
bb)
Fabric constants and physical sizes,
cc)
Reaction kinetics and thermodynamics, chemical equilibrium as well as
dd)
evaluation of measurement results, taking into account stoichiometric calculations
b)
important large-scale manufacturing processes,
c)
three of the selected ones according to § 3 (2) (a) Electoral qualifications, of which at most one of the electoral qualifications of the shortlist II;
3.
The test item shall process tasks in writing;
4.
the exam time is 195 minutes;
5.
the tasks for the number 2 (a) and (b) are total with 40 per cent, which is to be weighted at point 2 (c) with 60 per cent.
(5) For the examination area Economic and social studies, the following guidelines exist:
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 audit task is to edit tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
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§ 9 Rules of Weight and Existence

(1) The examination areas are to be weighted as follows:
1.Test area manufacturing and characterizing products17.5 percent,
2.Examination area General and preparative chemistry17.5 percent,
3.Process-Oriented Work Examination Area27.5 percent,
4. Examination area Analytical Chemistry and Electoral Qualifications27.5 percent,
5. Examination area Economic and social studies10.0 per cent.
(2) The final examination has been passed if the services are
1.
in the overall result of Part 1 and Part 2 of the final audit with at least "sufficient",
2.
as a result of part 2 of the final examination with at least "sufficient",
3.
in the examination area Process-oriented work as well as in the examination area Analytical Chemistry and Electoral Qualifications, each with at least "sufficient" and
4.
in no exam area of Part 2 of the final exam with "insufficient"
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§ 10 Oral Complementary Examination

At the request of the test item, the examination is in one of the part 2 of the final examination with Less than "sufficient" assessed examination areas in which examination performances with their own requirement and weighting are to be provided in writing, should be supplemented by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes, if this is for the existence of the Check the rash. When determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination should be weighted in the ratio of 2: 1.

Part 3
Proc. for the Training profession Biologicelaborant/Biologielaborantin

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§ 11 Training framework plan, Vocational

(1) The subject of vocational training is at least the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the training framework plan (Annex 2) (professional capacity to act). A material and time breakdown of the training content, which differs from the training framework plan, is permitted in particular, insofar as special operational features require the deviation.(2) Vocational training as a biology laboratory technician is broken down as follows (training professional image):
Section A: Compulsory qualifications according to § 3 Number 1
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Responsible Care:
3.1
Health and Safety at Work,
3.2
Environmental protection,
3.3
Power carriers,
3.4
Go with Work equipment and equipment, including maintenance and maintenance,
3.5
Quality assurance measures, customer orientation,
3.6
Cost-effectiveness in the laboratory;
4.
Work organization and communication:
4.1
Work planning, work in the Team,
4.2
Information creation and documentation,
4.3
Communication and Information Systems,
4.4
Measurement Data Collection and Processing,
4.5
Apply foreign language to Technical Tasks;
5.
Working with Working Materials,
6.
Chemical and Physical Methods:
6.1
Sample sampling and sample preparation,
6.2
Physical Sizes and Material constants,
6.3
Analytic methods,
6.4
Separation and Association of Working Materials;
7.
Performing microbiological work I,
8.
Perform cell culture engineering work I,
9.
Perform Molecular Biological Work,
10.
Perform biochemical work,
11.
Perform diagnostic Work I:
11.1
Haematological Work,
11.2
Histological Work;
12.
Perform zoology-pharmacological work,
13.
Area-specific quality assurance Measures;
Section B: Electoral qualifications in accordance with § 3 (2) (b) (3) List I includes the following elective qualifications:
1.
Perform immunological and biochemical work,
2.
performing biotechnological work,
3.
Perform botanical work,
4.
Perform microbiological work II,
5.
Perform genetic and molecular-biological work,
6.
Perform parasitological Work,
7.
Perform Pharmacological Work,
8.
Perform toxicological work Work,
9.
Perform phytomedical work,
10.
Perform cell culture engineering work II,
11.
Perform diagnostic work II,
12.
Perform pharmacokinetic work.
Election qualification number 9 can only be selected in conjunction with the number 3 election qualification.(4) Selection list II includes the following electoral qualifications:
1.
Laboratory-related information technology,
2.
Working with automated systems in the lab,
3.
Process-related work techniques,
4.
Quality Management,
5.
Environmental Work Techniques,
6.
Applying sampling techniques and analytical techniques,
7.
Apply chromatographic Procedure,
8.
Apply spectroscopic method,
9.
Perform process engineering Work.
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§ 12 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 in particular is self-sufficient in planning, Carry out and control. The qualification described in sentence 1 shall also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 13 to 17.(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

§ 13 final examination

(1) The final examination consists of the two parts 1 and 2 that fall apart in time. The final examination shall determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional capacity to act. In the final examination, the auditor is to prove that he has the necessary professional skills, possess the necessary professional knowledge and skills, and that he/she is required to teach in the course of the vocational education and training course, for which the examination is carried out. Vocational training is familiar to essential teaching materials. The training regulations should be based on. In this context, qualifications which have already been the subject of Part 1 of the final examination are to be included in Part 2 of the final examination only in so far as it is necessary for the determination of the professional qualification.(2) In determining the overall result, part 1 of the final examination is weighted at 35 percent and part 2 of the final examination is weighted at 65 percent. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 part 1 of the final examination

(1) Part 1 of the final examination is to be completed before the end of the second year of training take place.(2) Part 1 of the final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in Appendix 2 for the first 85 weeks, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that he/she is responsible for vocational training is essential.(3) Part 1 of the final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Biological Systems Investigation,
2.
Biological basics.
(4) For the examination area of biological systems, the following specifications are specified:
1.
The test piece is intended to demonstrate that it
a)
biological and chemical-physical methods as well as Applying process-related work materials,
b)
Planning work processes autonomically,
c)
Control and document work results,
d)
occupational calculations
e)
Link work organization and technology issues, and
f)
Work on safety and health at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
for this, select from the following areas and activities:
a)
chemical-physical Methods,
b)
Perform microbiological work I,
c)
cell culture engineering work I,
d)
perform diagnostic work I and
e)
performing zoology-pharmacological work;
3.
the test item should be a work task I and carry out a work item II, where the work item I referred to in point 2 (e) in conjunction with point 2 (a) or (2) (d) and the task II referred to in point 2 (a), (b) or (c) shall be ;
4.
The exam time is 360 minutes total;
5.
Work Task I is with 65 percent and work item II at 35 percent.
(5) For the Biological Fundamentals Examination Area, there are the following specifications:
1.
The test subject Should prove that he/she
a)
Technical tasks with regard to work organisation, scientific and technological facts as well as their linkage analyzing, evaluating, and presenting appropriate solutions,
b)
describing biological and chemical-physical methods,
c)
describing process-related applications of work materials,
d)
Perform job-related calculations and
e)
Include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality management
;
2.
The scope of the exam is to be based on the following areas and activities:
a)
Chemical-physical Methods,
b)
Perform microbiological work I,
c)
cell culture engineering work I,
d)
perform diagnostic work I and
e)
performing zoology-pharmacological work;
3.
the audit task is to write tasks in writing edit;
4.
the exam time is 135 minutes.
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§ 15 Part 2 of the final examination

(1) Part 2 of the final examination extends to the skills, knowledge and skills listed in Appendix 2 in accordance with Section 3 (1.1), 1.2 (b) and 2 (2) of the final examination. Point (b) and the teaching material to be mediated in the course of vocational education and training, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) Part 2 of the final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Process-oriented work,
2.
Biological technologies,
3.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the examination area Process-oriented work has the following specifications:
1.
The test object is to demonstrate that it
a)
Complex process-oriented workflows self-planning and running,
b)
Operating medium Select and assess
c)
Link organizational and technological issues,
d)
Perform job-related calculations,
e)
Control work results, document and assess,
f)
show the relevant professional background of his work and justify his approach, as well as
g)
Work on safety and health at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
For this, select from the following areas and activities:
a)
Perform molecular-biological Work,
b)
Perform biochemical work,
c)
in accordance with § 3, paragraph 2, point (b)
d
electoral qualifications chosen in accordance with Section 3 (2) (b) of the selection list II;
3.
The test object is to perform work tasks I, II, and III. Work Task I should refer to point 2 (a) or (b), work item II to point 2 (c) and work item III to point 2 (c) or (d);
4.
The exam time is 780 minutes in total;
5.
Work Task I is 30 percent and the Work tasks II and III are to be weighted as a whole at 70 percent.
(4) For the Biological Technologies examination area, there are the following guidelines:
1.
The The purpose of the test is to prove that it
a)
technical problems with regard to work-related, scientific and technological issues as well as their technical problems. Analyze, evaluate, and derive appropriate solution paths,
b)
Perform job-related calculations, and
c)
Work on safety and health at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The scope of the exam is to be based on the following areas and activities:
a)
Perform molecular biological work,
b)
carrying out biochemical work,
c)
three of the § 3 (2) (b), elective qualification chosen, of which at most one of the electoral qualifications of the shortlist II;
3.
the test item shall be assigned to Edit in writing;
4.
The exam time is 195 minutes;
5.
the tasks to Point 2 (a) and (b) are total at 30 per cent and the tasks assigned to point 2 (c) shall be weighted as a whole by 70 per cent.
(5) For the examination area Economic and social studies, the following guidelines exist:
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 audit task is to edit tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
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§ 16 Weightings and rules of existence

(1) The individual examination areas must be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area investigation of biological systems17.5 percent,
2Biological Basics17.5 percent,
3.Process-Oriented Work Examination Area27.5 percent,
4. Examination area Biological technologies27.5 percent,
5.Examination area Economic and social studies10.0 percent.
(2) The final exam is passed if the performance is
1.
in the overall result of Part 1 and Part 2 of the final audit with at least "sufficient",
2.
in the Result of part 2 of the final examination with at least "sufficient",
3.
in the examination area Process-oriented work as well as in the examination area Biological technologies each with at least "sufficient" and
4.
in no examination area of Part 2 of the final examination with "insufficient"
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§ 17 Oral Complementary Examination

At the request of the test item, the examination is in one of the part 2 of the final examination with Less than "sufficient" assessed examination areas in which examination performances with their own requirement and weighting are to be provided in writing, should be supplemented by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes, if this is for the existence of the Check the rash. When determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination should be weighted in the ratio of 2: 1.

Part 4
Proc. for the Apprenticeship profession Lacklaborant/Lacklaborantin

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§ 18 Training framework plan, training professional image

(1) Vocational training shall comprise at least the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the training framework (Annex 3) (occupational capacity). A material and time breakdown of the training content, which differs from the training framework plan, is permitted in particular, insofar as special operational features require the deviation.(2) Vocational training for the paint laboratory technician is broken down as follows (training professional image):
Section A: Compulsory qualifications in accordance with § 3 number 1
1.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
2.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
3.
Responsible Care:
3.1
Health and Safety at Work,
3.2
Environmental protection,
3.3
Power carriers,
3.4
Go with Work equipment and equipment, including maintenance and maintenance,
3.5
Quality assurance measures, customer orientation,
3.6
Cost-effectiveness in the laboratory;
4.
Work organization and communication:
4.1
Work planning, work in the Team,
4.2
Information creation and documentation,
4.3
Communication and Information Systems,
4.4
Measurement Data Collection and Processing,
4.5
Apply foreign language to Technical Tasks;
5.
Working with Working Materials,
6.
Chemical and Physical Methods:
6.1
Sample sampling and sample preparation,
6.2
Physical Sizes and Material constants,
6.3
Analytic methods,
6.4
Separation and Association of Working Materials;
7.
Perform analytical work on Coating raw materials, semi-finished products and coating materials:
7.1
Physical processes for determining substance constants and indicators,
7.2
Chemical Method for determining measures
8.
Pretreatment and coating of substrates, testing of coatings:
8.1
Pretreatment of testing substrates,
8.2
Apply coating materials,
8.3
Drying and hardening of Coating materials,
8.4
Testing of coatings and coating materials;
9.
Basics of manufacture of Coating materials,
10.
Basics for the formulation of coating materials;
Section B: Electoral qualifications in accordance with § 3 (2) (c) (3) The selection list I includes the following electoral qualifications:
1.
Formulation, production, application and testing of water-dilutable coating materials and systems for wood and Wood-based materials,
2.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of water-dilutable coating materials and systems for plastic surfaces,
3.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of water-dilutable coating materials and systems for metallic substrates,
4.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of coating materials and systems for mineral substrates,
5.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of solventborne coating materials and systems for wood and wood-based materials,
6.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of solvent-containing coating materials and systems for plastic surfaces,
7.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of solvent-containing coating materials and systems for metallic substrates,
8.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of corrosion protection systems,
9.
Formulation, Manufacture, application and testing of powder coating systems,
10.
Formulation, manufacture, application and testing of electrodeposition paints,
11.
Formulation, Manufacturing and Testing of binders,
12.
Perform colorimetric Work,
13.
Explore Coatings,
14.
Perform Application Technique Working under process conditions,
15.
Performing production engineering works.
(4) List II includes the following Optional qualifiers:
1.
Laboratory-related information technology,
2.
Quality Management,
3.
Environmental Related Work Techniques.
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§ 19 Implementation of vocational education and training

(1) The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in this Regulation shall be conveyed in such a way as to enable the trainees to carry out 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. The qualification described in sentence 1 shall also be proven in the tests in accordance with § § 20 to 24.(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

§ 20 final examination

(1) The final examination consists of the two parts 1 and 2 that fall apart in time. The final examination shall determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional capacity to act. In the final examination, the auditor is to prove that he has the necessary professional skills, possess the necessary professional knowledge and skills, and that he/she is required to teach in the course of the vocational education and training course, for which the examination is carried out. Vocational training is familiar to essential teaching materials. The training regulations should be based on. In this context, qualifications which have already been the subject of Part 1 of the final examination are to be included in Part 2 of the final examination only in so far as it is necessary for the determination of the professional qualification.(2) In determining the overall result, part 1 of the final examination is weighted at 35 percent and part 2 of the final examination is weighted at 65 percent. Non-official table of contents

§ 21 part 1 of the final examination

(1) Part 1 of the final examination is to be completed before the end of the second year of training take place.(2) Part 1 of the final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in Appendix 3 for the first 80 weeks, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that he/she is responsible for vocational training is essential.(3) Part 1 of the final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Application and testing technology,
2.
chemistry and physics of coating materials.
(4) For the examination area application and testing technology, the following specifications exist:
1.
The test object is to prove that it
a)
perform paint technical work,
b)
Work flows self-planning,
c)
Control work results and document,
d)
Perform occupational calculations,
e)
Work organizational and technological issues, as well as
f)
Safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The scope of the examination must be based on the following areas and activities:
a)
Perform analytic work,
b)
Pretreat and Coating Underground and
c)
Testing of coatings and coating materials;
3.
the test piece shall carry out the tasks I, II and III, the task of which shall be referred to in point 2 (a), task II referred to in point 2 (b) and task III to point 2 (c); the task I shall be in each case: two different physical and chemical specifications are included;
4.
The exam time is a total of 420 minutes;
5.
The work item I is at 60 percent, the work tasks II and III are to be weighted with 20 percent each.
(5) For the Chemistry and Physics Examination Division of Coating materials have the following specifications:
1.
The test specimen should demonstrate that it is
a)
Technical tasks in terms of work organisation, natural science and technology facts as well as their linking, evaluate and appropriate solutions
b)
Chemical and physical properties of substances as well as the analysis of the working materials,
c)
Perform job-related calculations and
d)
Health and safety measures work, environmental protection and quality management.
2.
The examination area shall be based on the following areas and activities:
a)
Perform analytical work,
b)
Pretreat and coating Base,
c)
Testing of coatings and coating materials as well as
d)
Manufacting of coating materials;
3.
The test object is to process tasks in writing;
4.
the exam time is 135 minutes.
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§ 22 part 2 the final examination

(1) Part 2 of the final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in Appendix 3 in accordance with Section 3 (1.1), 1.2 (c) and (2) (c), and to the Vocational school teaching materials, insofar as it is essential for vocational education and training.(2) Part 2 of the final examination consists of the examination areas:
1.
Manufacturing and quality control,
2.
Paint and coating technology,
3.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the The production and quality control examination area consists of the following specifications:
1.
The test specimen should demonstrate that it is
a)
Complex, process-oriented workflows self-planning and running,
b)
Operating medium Select and assess
c)
Link organizational and technological issues,
d)
Perform job-related calculations,
e)
Control work results, document and assess,
f)
show the relevant professional background of his work and justify his approach, as well as
g)
Work on safety and health at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The scope of the examination is to use the following areas and activities:
a)
Coating materials , taking into account one of the elective qualifications selected in accordance with section 3 (2) (c), from the selection list I number 1 to 10, make, apply and check,
b)
create a work formula after a given composition
3.
the test item should be a Perform work tasks;
4.
The exam time is a total of 540 minutes.
(4) For the coating and coating technology examination area, the following are the following: Preferences:
1.
The test object is to demonstrate that it
a)
b)
b)
Perform job-related calculations and
c)
Health and safety measures work, environmental protection and quality management.
2.
The examination area shall be based on the following areas and activities:
a)
Coating method,
b)
Construction, properties, and Action of paint raw materials,
c)
Formulation of coating materials,
d)
three of the electoral qualifications selected in accordance with section 3 (2) (c), of which at least one of the electoral qualifications of the selection list I number 1 to 10;
3.
the test subject To write tasks in writing;
4.
The exam time is 195 minutes;
5.
the The tasks of point 2 (a), (b) and (c) are to be weighted by a total of 40 per cent and the tasks assigned to point 2 (d) by 60 per cent.
(5) For the examination area Economic and social studies, the following guidelines exist:
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 audit task is to edit tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
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§ 23 Weight-and Bestee Control

(1) The individual examination areas are to be weighted as follows:
1.Examination area application and test technology17.5 percent,
2Examination area Chemistry and physics of coating materials17.5 percent,
3.Manufacturing and Quality Control Review27.5 percent,
4.Examination area paint and coating technology27.5 percent,
5. Examination area Economic and social studies10.0 per cent.
(2) The final examination has been passed if the services are
1.
in the overall result of Part 1 and Part 2 of the final audit with at least "sufficient",
2.
as a result of part 2 of the final examination with at least "sufficient",
3.
in the examination area Manufacture and quality control as well as in the coating and coating technology examination area, each with at least "sufficient" and
4.
in no exam area of Part 2 of the final exam with "insufficient"
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§ 24 Oral Complementary Examination

At the request of the test item, the examination is in one of the part 2 of the final examination with Less than "sufficient" assessed examination areas in which examination performances with their own requirement and weighting are to be provided in writing, should be supplemented by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes, if this is for the existence of the Check the rash. When 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.

Part 5
Final specifications

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§ 25 Entry into force, expiry

This regulation will take place on 1 January. August 2009, in force. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 4 paragraph 1)
Training framework for vocational training for the chemical laboratory/chemical laboratory technician

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2009, 1611-1622)
Section A: Compulsory qualifications in accordance with § 3 number 1Common, integrative skills according to § 3 number 1.1 Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
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Week1234
1 Vocational Training,
Working and Tariffy
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 1)
a)
Significance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
name mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c)
Possibilities of professional
d)
essential parts of the employment contract
e)
essential parts of the contract
Terms and conditions of the collective agreements applicable to the training
2 Building and
organization of
training company
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 2)
a)
Construction and tasks of the training company Explain
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
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
describe
3 Operational

actions
responsible

Responsible Care)
(§ 4 paragraph 2 point 3)
3.1 Security and
Health Protection
at work
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 3.1)
a)
endanger health and safety at work and take action to avoid it
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
accidents behaviors Describe as well as initial measures
d)
Apply preventive fire protection regulations; describe behaviors in fires and take measures to improve the safety of fire Take fire-fighting
e)
explain the tasks of the relevant professional cooperative and the business inspectorate
While
convey the entire
training
f)
select and handle personal protective equipment
g)
Safety at work
h)
Describe explosion hazards and take explosion protection measures
i)
Assigning labels and marking colors containers and conveyor systems
j)
Rules of the Apply Work Gives
3.2 Environmental protection
(§ 4 paragraph 2 point 3.2)
To Avoidance of operational environmental pressures in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible environmental pressures due to the training operation and explain its contribution to environmental protection in examples
b)
apply environmental protection regulations for the training establishment
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly disposal
3.3 Insert
energy carriers
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 3.3)
a)
Use the types of energy used in the training operation while respecting the efficiency and the hazard potential
b)
Appliances for heating, cooling, and tempering
c)
Mechanical, thermal and electrical energy by using SI sizes and SI
2 *)
3.4 Umwalk with
Work equipment and equipment, including maintenance and maintenance
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 3.4)
a)
Use and maintain aeration, deaeration and shut-off devices
b)
Laboratory equipment at Use your material properties
c)
Prepare, check, clean and maintain equipment and tools for use, as well as in the event of malfunctions. Initiate remedial
3 *)
3.5 Quality assurance
measures,
Customer orientation
(§ 4 paragraph 2 point 3.5)
a)
Apply quality management elements task-specific
b)
calibrate meters
c)
provide information about qualification and validation
d)
Applying statistical methods to task
e)
Customer orientation at task completion taking into account
3.6 Cost-efficiency in the lab
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 3.6)
a)
distinguish lab-related cost types and locations
b)
Possibilities
c)
contribute to compliance with cost

while
running all
training













4 Work organization
and communication
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Number 4)
4.1 Work planning,
work on team
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 4.1)
a)
Workplace, taking into account operational requirements and ergonomic rules set up
b)
Select, dispense, deploy, and store materials, spare parts, tools, and resources
c)
Set project goals, schedule work flows and sub-tasks while respecting economic and schedule preferences, and set priorities for deviations
d)
Set work items and schedule required machining times
e)
Problem-solving methods apply
f)
Apply communication rules, use aids to promote communication
g)
Edit team tasks, reconcile, evaluate, and control
4.2 Information Procurement and documentation
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 4.2)
a)
Use information sources
b)
distinguish documentation types and describe their documentation value
c)
Tools for Use documentation
d)
Document, assess, and present work flows and
4.3 Communication
and Information Systems
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Number 4.3)
a)
operation-specific communication and Using information systems
b)
working with standard software and workstation-specific software
c)
Applying rules on privacy and data
3 *)
4.4 Measurement data collection
and processing
(§ 4 paragraph 2 point 4.4)
a)
lab-technical tasks, especially control, measurement data collection and evaluation, with computer
b)
Select and deploy sensors, actuators and measuring devices
c)
Lab processes and
3 *)
4.5 Apply
foreign language skills to
tasks
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 4.5)
a)
Apply foreign-language technical terms
b)
Foreign language sources of information, in particular English-language work regulations, technical documentation, documentation, manuals, operating and usage instructions, evaluating and apply
c)
give information in a foreign
While
convey the entire
training
5 Umwalk
with working materials
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 5)
a)
Map lab-specific materials to fields of application and deal with these materials
b)
Apply hazardous materials handling regulations, in particular explain and observe the danger symbols and labels of work materials
c)
labeling working materials
d)
Reaction equations of chemical reactions set up
e)
Calculate concentrations and solve stoichiometric tasks
f)
with acids, bases and salts as well as their solutions
g)
circumvent with organic solvents
h)
bypassing with gases
4 *) 
6 Chemische and
physical methods
(§ 4 paragraph 2, paragraph 6)
6.1 Sample sampling
and sample preparation
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 6.1)
a)
Method for sampling and sample preparation for salary and quality control
b)
samples take
2 *)
6.2 Physical sizes
and fabric constants
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 6.2)
a)
Volume measuring devices of different measurement accuracy deploy
b)
use scales of different measurement ranges
c)
physical quantities measure and determine substance constants, in particular measure temperature and
3 *)
6.3 Analytic method
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 6.3)
a)
Perform and evaluate the photometric determinates
b)
chromatographic separation techniques, in particular according to fields of application,
c)
Material mixtures separate by chromatographic
4 *)
6.4 Disconnect and
United of
working materials
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 6.4)
a)
Connect defined solutions
b)
Disconnect solids from liquids, especially by decanting, sedimentation, filtering, centrifuging and evaporating
2 *)
Compulsory qualifications according to § 3 number 1.2 (a) Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -84.
Woche85. -182.
Week1234
7 Performing
analytic work
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 7)
7.1 Preparing samples
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 7.1)
a)
Bring fabrics to solution
b)
prepare samples for measurement
c)
select reference materials and prepare them for measurement
  3
7.2 Qualitative analysis
(§ 4 paragraph 2 number 7.2)
a)
Inorganic Reaction equations
b)
Perform characteristic responses to the identification of inorganic substances
4
7.3 Spectroscopy
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 7.3)
a)
about the design and operation of UV/VIS and IR spectrometers Provide information and assign IR and UV/VIS spectroscopy application
4
b)
qualitatively and quantitatively analyze substances with UV/VIS and IR spectrometers
5
7.4 Gravimetry
(§ 4 paragraph 2 point 7.4)
a)
setting up gravimetry chemical reaction equations
b)
gravimetric determination
4 5
7.5 Dimension Analysis
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 7.5)
a)
top up chemical reaction equations
b)
volumetric determinations
c)
Perform direct and indirect volumetric determinates of acidimetric alkaline and complexometry
d)
Direct and Indirect Volumetric Regulations of Oximetry Reductometric
e)
Provisions according to at least two different methods, in particular potentiometry, conductometric or polarographic,
  6
7.6 Chromatografie
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 7.6)
a)
Perform identity
5
b)
Chromatographically separate substance mixtures and the analytes quantitatively
6
7.7 Ads of
measurement results
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 7.7)
Evaluating, documenting, and checking for plausibility measurement results 3
8 Perform
preparative Works
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 8)
 
8.1 Production of preparations
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 8.1)
a)
aufpose chemical reaction equations of planned syntheses as well as compute approaches and exploits
b)
use synthesis equipment
c)
Connections by precipitation reaction, C-C linkages, introduction of functional groups, change of functional groups, and enzymatic reaction by
4 6 
d)
organic or inorganic compound over multiple stages
e)
Take action to shift the reaction equilibrium
f)
Use catalysts for reaction
6
8.2 Disconnect and
cleaning fabrics
(§ 4 paragraph 2 number 8.2)
a)
Material mixtures without and with excipients filter
b)
Perform Flash or Column chromatography
c)
solids, liquids and gases dry
d)
Crystallize Substances and Clean By recrystallization
e)
Extracting fabrics
f)
Mixtures by distillation under normal pressure and reduced pressure as well as with Disconnect drag means
5 4
8.3 Characterizing
of products
(§ 4 paragraph 2, point 8.3)
Educts, intermediates and end products by Characterize at least four methods, of which at least three of the following methods shall be applied: thin-film chromatography, polarimetry, rheology, refractometry or melting point determination 2 6
B: Electoral qualifications in accordance with § 3 number 2 letter of selection list I in accordance with § 4 paragraph 3Lfd.
Nr.qualifying
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -84.
Woche85. -182.
Week1234
9preparative chemistry,
reaction types and
-tour
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 1)
a)
Synthesis rules select
b)
Select synthesis
c)
Connect to analog rules and general information requirements using at least five different types of reaction, of which at least four of the following types of reaction:
-
Addition,
-
Substitution,
-
migration,
-
Elimination,
-
biocatalytic reaction,
-
catalytic reaction,
-
Cyclization,
-
polymerization
d)
Connect across multiple stages using different response types
e)
Starting materials, intermediate and end products to meet the specification and document the
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10preparative chemistry,
Synthesis technology
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 2)
a)
Connect to at least two different techniques, applying one or more of the following techniques:
-
Low-temperature synthesis,
-
microsynthesis,
-
Synthesis on polymeric carriers,
-
protective gassynthesis,
-
Fermentertechnik,
-
fotochemical synthesis,
-
Gas Phase Reaction,
-
Electrochemical Technology,
-
high-pressure synthesis,
-
combinatorics
b)
Optimize process conditions through different reaction guides
c)
Starting materials, Between- and final products to check compliance with the specification and document the result
13
11 Performing
Process
Work
(§ 4 Paragraph 3 Number 3)
a)
Select sensors for measurement technology
b)
fabricingprocess engineering
c)
fabrics, especially mechanical and thermal, separate and cleaning
d)
Transfer and optimize processes to changed scales
e)
Control and control process engineering
13
12 Apply
sampling technology and analytical procedure
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 4)
a)
Sample procedure after Select specificity, representativeness, and material properties
b)
Apply sample conserving and retention methods
c)
Preparing samples for specific and analytic
d)
Select the analysis method and deploy
e)
Optimize process steps
f)
Analytic methods
  13
13 Apply
chromatographical
procedure
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 5)
a)
Select methods in compliance with specificity and matrix influences, as well as by field of application
b)
Preparing the analysis samples
c)
Tuning chromatographic techniques
d)
Check the calibration function and verify its correctness
e)
Multi-component mixtures using analyze at least three different techniques
f)
interpret chromatograms
13
14 Apply
spectroscopic
method
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 6)
a)
Select methods in compliance with specificity and matrix influences, as well as by scope
b)
Preparing analytic samples for spectroscopic measurement
c)
Set measurement parameters and optimize
d)
Check and validate the calibration function
e)
Substances Analyze with different spectroscopic methods
f)
interpret
13
15 Analytical
coupling techniques
(§ 4 paragraph 3 point 7)
a)
Select coupling technique
b)
Prepare analysis samples
c)
Set and optimize measurement parameters
d)
Set the calibration function and correct it check
e)
Analyze fabrics with a coupling technique
f)
Spectral
13
16 Determining
thermodynamic
sizes
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 8)
a)
Identify thermodynamic and caloric characteristics
b)
determining safety performance metrics
c)
thermodynamic sizes of reactions
  13
17 Performing
microbiological
work I
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 9)
a)
Take work safety measures when dealing with biological material
b)
Applying disinfection and sterilization methods
c)
contaminated material Dispose
d)
Produce Nutrient Media
e)
Microorganisms in the Environment
f)
Apply Impf and Cultural Techniques
g)
using different techniques Illumination techniques microscopy
h)
Isolate, dye and differentiate microorganisms
i)
documenting germ growth and determining the germ count
j)
Operational applications biotechnological process
k)
perform biotechnological laboratory
13
18 Perform
biochemical work
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 10)
a)
applying photometric and chromatographic methods
b)
enzymatic analysis
c)
isolate and cut nucleic acids or isolate proteins
d)
Nucleic Acids or Protein Mixtures Electroforetically separate and
13
19 Testing materials
(§ 4 (3) (11))
a)
Materials for testing preparing
b)
Microscopically assess surface quality and fabric distribution
c)
Check materials by non-destructive and destructive method
d)
Auditing results for plausibility assessing and documenting
13
20 Making, applying
, and testing
coating materials
and systems
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 12)
a)
Coating material according to predetermined recipe Create and explain its system-specific property
b)
Review the properties, storage and transport conditions of the coating material, and corrective actions initiating and performing
c)
Preparing the subsurface by default
d)
coating material application by processing rule
e)
coating material taking into account the film-forming mechanism
f)
Check, evaluate, and optimize the coating by requirement
13
21 Process-related
work techniques
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 13)
a)
participate in the planning of process flows
b)
Select and rate process-oriented work technology
c)
Process-oriented work technology deploy
d)
Control and document process flow
e)
Check results, evaluating and documenting
13
Election list II optional qualifications according to § 4 paragraph 4 Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -84.
Woche85. -182.
Week1234
22 Laboratory-related
information technology
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 1)
a)
Select, test, and deploy hard and software components to solve lab tasks
b)
Perform macro-programming
c)
Install and configure programs
d)
Applying system maintenance methods
e)
data system information services documenting
13
23 Working with
automated
systems in the lab
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 2)
a)
Preparing substances and samples for automated systems
b)
Setting up, optimizing, and verifying automated systems
c)
with automated systems in the lab bypass
d)
explain lab information and management system
e)
detect failures and Initiate Measures to remove the
13
24 Application
technical work,
customer service
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 3)
a)
Materials with respect to their application-related properties verifying
b)
Chemical and technical optimization
c)
Customer consulting and problem
13
25 Perform
electro-technical and electronic work
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 4)
a)
read circuit diagrams and characters
b)
Apply and compute electro-technical and electronic components and basic circuits
c)
Electrotechnical basics of measurement and examination procedures, as well as determining and calculating electro-technical
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d)
Determine the electrical parameters of the AC circuit and perform calculations
e)
determine the frequency behavior of RC members and perform computations
26 Quality Management
(§ 4 Paragraph 4 (5))
a)
Validation for a procedure Perform and document
b)
Develop a quality assurance concept for a workplace
c)
Perform statistical quality control
d)
Rules of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Guter Manufacturing Practice (GMP) or apply comparable rules
e)
participate in the internal quality management
13
27 Environment-related
working techniques
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 6)
a)
participate in a process-related waste management process, soil, air, or water purity
b)
Determine concentrations and parameters of environmental parameters in compliance with applicable regulations
c)
Measuring emissions and immissions
d)
Investigations results with rules of rule sets compare, document and assess, and take
13
28 Perform
immunological and
biochemical work
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 7)
a)
Isolate enzymes from biological material
b)
Win antibodies and determine titer
c)
Detection of antigen and antibody
d)
Identify proteins by blotting
13
29 Perform
biotechnological
work
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 8)
a)
Perform fabric resets with free and immobilized cells
b)
Fabric transformations with immobilised enzymes
c)
cultivate cells in fermenter and extract samples
d)
Work on Fermentation
13 *)
30 Performing
microbiological
work II
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 9)
a)
Determining Active Concentrations of Antiinfectives
b)
Resistance of Microorganisms determining
c)
Biochemical differentiation of microorganisms
d)
Anaerobes cultivate
e)
cultivate mushrooms
13 *)
31 Perform
Genetic and
Molecular Biological
work
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 10)
a)
Apply rules to the Gentechnikgesetz
b)
Ccloning sections of nucleic acids
c)
Blotting nucleic acids
 
d)
Sections of nucleic acids with Gensonden identifying
e)
nucleic acids, in particular by polymerase chain reaction (PCR), multiply
f)
Isolate Plasmids
g)
Perform Transformations and Determine Transformation

13**)
32 Perform
cell culture
work
(§ 4 paragraph 4 number 11)
a)
Devices and materials for cell culture techniques deploy
b)
cultivate adhesion and suspension cells
c)
Cells of cells
d)
Perform investigations on cell cultures
13
33 Perform
Diagnostic work
(§ 4 paragraph 4 (12))
a)
Work on body fluids
b)
electrolyte and substrate concentrations as well as enzyme activities determining
c)
detect plasma proteins
d)
pathogen serological
  13 * *)
34 Formulation, manufacture and review
binders
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 13)
a)
formulate binding agent by requirement profile
b)
select starting materials
c)
Select and deploy the synthesis apparatus
d)
Connect the binder and control the response history using the determined characteristics
e)
Enforceability of the Check binding agent and optimize binding
13
35 Perform
colorimetric work
(§ 4 paragraph 4 number 14)
a)
explain operational use of color measuring devices
b)
Perform colorimetric measurements
c)
Evaluate metrics and result interpreting
d)
Select colorants by optical, chemical, and thermal properties
e)
ausWork color tones by colorimetric
13
36 Explore
coatings
(§ 4 paragraph 4, point 15)
a)
Check surface quality and describe coating failures
b)
Apply preparation technique to determine surface malfunctions
c)
Coatings microscopic examination
d)
Investigate the composition of coatings spectroscopically
e)
conducting photometric measurements
f)
Evaluate
13
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In the context of to communicate with other training contents.
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Only in conjunction with the qualification unit lfd. Point 17 of this asset.
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Only in Connection with the qualification unit lfd. Number 18 of this Appendix.
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Appendix 2 (to § 11 paragraph 1)
Training framework for vocational education and training in the field of biology elaboration (BGBl

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2009, 1623-1632)
Section A: Compulsory qualifications in accordance with § 3 number 1Common, integrative skills according to § 3 number 1.1 Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -85.
Woche86. -182.
Week1234
1 Vocational Training,
Working and Tariffy
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 1)
a)
Significance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
name mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c)
Possibilities of professional
d)
essential parts of the employment contract
e)
essential parts of the contract
Terms and conditions of the collective agreements applicable to the training
2 Construction and organization of training company
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 2)
a)
Construction and tasks of the training company Explain
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
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 Operational
measures
responsible actions
(Responsible Care)
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 3)
3.1 Security and
health protection
at work
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 3.1)
a)
Endanger health and safety at work and take action on its Avoid
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 fires
e)
Tasks of the responsible professional association and the Trade View
f)
Select and handle personal protective
during
of the entire
training
to mediate
g)
Use workplace safety devices and get their functionality
h)
Describe explosion hazards and take explosion protection measures
i)
markings and Assigning labels to containers and conveyor systems
j)
Applying work hygiene
 
3.2 Environmental protection
(§ 11 paragraph 2 point 3.2)
In order to avoid operational environmental pressures in the professional Contribution range, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts of the training operation and its contribution to environmental protection examples explain
b)
apply environmental protection regulations for the training establishment
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly disposal
3.3 Insert
energy carriers
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 3.3)
a)
Use the types of energy used in the training operation while respecting the efficiency and the hazard potential
b)
Appliances for heating, cooling, and tempering
c)
Mechanical, thermal and electrical energy by using SI sizes and SI
2 *)
3.4 Umwalk with
Work equipment and
resources, including
Maintenance and Maintenance
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 3.4)
a)
Use and maintain aeration, deaeration and shut-off devices
b)
Laboratory equipment at Use your material properties
c)
Prepare, check, clean and maintain equipment and tools for use, as well as in the event of malfunctions. Initiate remedial
3 *)
3.5 Quality assurance
measures,
Customer orientation
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 3.5)
a)
Apply quality management elements task-specific
b)
calibrate meters
c)
provide information about qualification and validation
d)
Applying statistical methods to task
e)
Customer orientation at task completion
3.6 Cost-effectiveness in the lab
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 3.6)
a)
different lab-related cost types and locations
b)
Possibilities for influencing costs Using your own workspace
c)
Contributing to compliance with cost
4 Work organization
and communication
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 4)
4.1 Work planning,
work on team
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 4.1)
a)
Setting up a workplace, taking into account operational constraints and ergonomic rules
b)
Select, dispense, deploy, and store materials, spare parts, tools, and

while
conveying the entire
training
c)
Set project goals, schedule work flows and sub-tasks while respecting economic and schedule preferences, and set priorities for deviations
d)
Set work items and schedule required machining times
e)
Problem-solving methods apply
f)
Apply communication rules, use aids to promote communication
g)
Edit team tasks, vote, evaluate, and control
4.2 Information creation and documentation
(§ 11 (2) (4.2))
a)
Information sources use
b)
distinguish documentation types and describe their documentation value
c)
Working with documentation tools
d)
documenting work flows and results, and present
4.3 Communication and
information systems
(§ 11 paragraph 2 point 4.3)
a)
Use operating communication and information systems
b)
working with standard software and workstation-specific software
c)
privacy and data protection rules Apply data security
3*)
4.4 Measurement data collection
and processing
(§ 11 paragraph 2 Number 4.4)
a)
lab-technical tasks, in particular Control, measurement data collection and evaluation, solve with computer
b)
Select and deploy sensors, actuators and measuring devices
c)
Rules and Control Lab
3 *)
4.5 Applying
foreign languages to
tasks
(§ 11 (2) (4.5))
a)
foreign-language terms apply
b)
foreign language sources of information, in particular English-language work regulations, technical documentation, documentation, manuals, operations and Instructions for use, evaluating and applying
c)
giving information in a foreign
while
must convey the entire
training
5 bypass with work materials
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 5)
a)
Map lab-specific materials to fields of application and deal with these materials
b)
Apply hazardous materials handling regulations, in particular explain and observe the danger symbols and labels of work materials
c)
labeling working materials
d)
Reaction equations of chemical reactions set up
e)
Calculate concentrations and solve stoichiometric tasks
f)
with acids, bases and salts as well as their solutions
g)
circumvent with organic solvents
h)
bypassing with gases
4 *) 
6 Chemische and
physical methods
(§ 11 paragraph 2, paragraph 6)
6.1 Sample sampling
and sample preparation
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 6.1)
a)
Method for sampling and sample preparation for salary and quality control
b)
samples take
2 *)
6.2 Physical sizes
and fabric constants
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 6.2)
a)
Volume measuring devices of different measurement accuracy deploy
b)
use scales of different measurement ranges
c)
physical quantities measure and determine substance constants, in particular measure temperature and
3 *)
6.3 Analytic methods
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 6.3)
a)
Perform and evaluate the photometric determinates
b)
chromatographic separation techniques, in particular according to fields of application,
c)
Material mixtures separate by chromatographic
4 *)
6.4 Split and unite
of work materials
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 6.4)
a)
Connect defined solutions
b)
Disconnect solids from liquids, especially by decanting, sedimentation, filtering, centrifuging and evaporating
2 *)
Compulsory qualifications according to § 3 number 1.2 letter b Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -85.
Woche86. -182.
Week1234
7 Performing
microbiological work I
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 7)
a)
Take work safety measures when dealing with biological material
b)
Methods of disinfection and sterilization
c)
dispose of contaminated material
d)
nutrient media manufacturing
e)
detecting micro-organisms in the environment
f)
Impf-and culture techniques for Apply aerobes
g)
microscoping
using different lighting techniques
h)
Micro-organisms isolate, color and morphologically differentiate
i)
Document germ growth and
j)
explain operational applications of biotechnological
12
8 Perform
cell culture technical
work I
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 8)
a)
deployed devices and materials for cell culture techniques
b)
Adhesive and suspension cells cultivating
c)
determining the living cell
7
9 Perform
molecular-biological
work
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 9)
a)
Isolate Nucleic Acids from Biological Material
b)
Cut nucleic acids and ligation
c)
Isolate Nucleic Acids electroforetically and
10
10 Performing
biochemical works
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 10)
a)
Applying photometric and chromatographic methods
4
b)
Perform enzymatic analyses
c)
Work with biological material
d)
Separating Protein Mixtures from Electroforetically
e)
Clean
9
11 Performing
diagnostic work I
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 11)
11.1 Haematological Working
(§ 11 Paragraph 2 Number 11.1)
a)
Blood of test animals are taken and work
b)
staining blood spreads
c)
Identify blood components and
4
d)
Perform coagulation tests and determine clotting times
e)
antigen-antibody reaction
2
11.2 Histological Working
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 11.2)
a)
Remove, fix and embed tissues and tissue samples from organisms
b)
Connect fabric slices, dye and cover
c)
histological preparations microscoping and identifying
d)
Microscopically surveying objects in histological
5 
12 Perform zoologic-pharmacological work
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 12)
a)
give information about the Animal Welction Act and carry out animal testing, taking into account the Animal Welction Act
b)
about the possibilities of reducing and avoiding animal testing as well as the replacement by other methods
c)
Keep and label test animals
d)
Changes in the external appearance of experimental animals Identify necessary measures
e)
Perform applications on mammals
f)
taking into account the Animal Welding Act, narkotize test animals
g)
pharmacological effects
h)
Methods for killing test animals
i)
Test animals in accordance with the provisions of the Animal Welding Act
j)
Perform sections on experimental
22
13 Area-specific
quality-securing
Measures
(§ 11 paragraph 2, point 13)
a)
Guter Lab Practice Rules (GLP) apply
b)
Evaluate data in consideration of biological
3
B: Electoral qualifications in accordance with § 3 (2) (bElectoral Qualifications) List I according to § 4 paragraph 3Lfd.
Nr.QualifiationTo be mediated
Skills, knowledge, and capability time values
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -85.
Woche86. -182.
Week1234
14 Perform
immunological and
biochemical works
(§ 11 paragraph 3, point 1)
a)
Isolate enzymes from biological material
b)
Win the antibody and determine the titer
c)
Perform antigen and antibody detection
d)
Blotting protein proteins
13
15 Performing
biotechnological work
(§ 11 paragraph 3, point 2)
a)
Perform fabric resets with free and immobilized cells
b)
Perform fabric resets with immobilized enzymes
c)
Cultured cells in the fermenter and rehearse
d)
Work on Fermentation
13
16 Perform
botanical Work
(§ 11 paragraph 3 number 3)
a)
Sprosspflanzen cultivate and multiply vegetatively and generatively
b)
produce and study microscopic preparations
c)
Perform Plant Physiological Investigations
13
17 Performing
microbiological work II
(§ 11 paragraph 3 Number 4)
a)
Reaction concentrations of anti-infectives determining
b)
Determine the resistance of microorganisms
c)
Microorganisms biochemically differentiate
d)
cultivate anaerobic
e)
cultivate mushrooms
13
18 Perform
Genetic and
Molecular Biological
work
(§ 11 paragraph 3, paragraph 5)
a)
Apply rules to the Gentechnikgesetz
b)
Ccloning sections of nucleic acids
c)
Blotting nucleic acids detecting
d)
Identify sections of nucleic acids with gene probes
e)
nucleic acids, especially by polymerase-chain-reaction (PCR), multiply
f)
Plasmids isolation
g)
Perform transformations and determine transformation rate
13
19 Perform
parasitological work
(§ 11 paragraph 3, paragraph 6)
a)
Perform parasitic pits
b)
detect parasitic infestation and parasites differentiating
c)
Testing active substances in vitro and in
13
20 Perform
pharmacological work
(§ 11 paragraph 3 point 7)
a)
Narkotize vertebrates and prepare them for the test execution
b)
Active substances in vitro and in Testing, evaluating, and documenting
13
21 Perform
Toxicological Work
(§ 11 Paragraph 3 Number 8)
a)
Expenses of toxicological studies and implementation criteria apply
b)
participate in the planning of toxicological studies
c)
toxicological studies Perform
13
22 Performing
phytomedical work
(§ 11 paragraph 3, point 9)
a)
Perform plant pests and disease pathogens stock
b)
Testing active ingredients in vitro and in vivo
c)
Plant damage
13*)
23 Perform
cell culture technical
work II
(§ 11 paragraph 3, point 10)
a)
Perform cell rearing
b)
Create Primary Cultures
c)
Perform Cell Cultures Investigations
13
24 Performing
diagnostic work II
(§ 11 paragraph 3 number 11)
a)
Win and rework body fluids
b)
Electrolyte And Electrolyte Determine substrate concentrations as well as enzyme activities
c)
detect plasma proteins
d)
pathogen serological
13
25 Performing
pharmacokinetic
work
(§ 11 paragraph 3, point 12)
a)
Win and rework body fluids
b)
determining active substances in bodily fluids
c)
determining metabolites of active substances
d)
Perform Kinetiken
13
list II optional qualifiers according to § 4 paragraph 4 Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -85.
Woche86. -182.
Week1234
26 Laboratory-related
information technology
(§ 11 paragraph 4, point 1)
a)
Select, test, and deploy hard and software components to solve lab tasks
b)
Perform macro-programming
c)
Install and configure programs
d)
Applying system maintenance methods
e)
data system information services documenting
13
27 Working with automated systems in the lab
(§ 11 paragraph 4 point 2)
a)
Preparing substances and samples for automated systems
b)
Setting up, optimizing, and verifying automated systems
c)
with automated systems in the lab bypass
d)
explain lab information and management system
e)
faults Detect automated systems and initiate measures to eliminate
13
28 Process-related
work techniques
(§ 11 paragraph 4, point 3)
a)
when you plan process flows assist
b)
Select and rate process-oriented work technology
c)
use process-oriented work technology
d)
Control process flow and document
e)
Review, evaluate, and document
13
29 Quality Management
(§ 11 Paragraph 4 (4))
a)
Validation for a procedure Perform and document
b)
Develop a quality assurance concept for a workplace
c)
Perform statistical quality control
d)
Rules of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Guter Manufacturing Practice (GMP) or apply comparable rules
e)
participate in the internal quality management
13
30 Environment-related
working techniques
(§ 11 paragraph 4, point 5)
a)
participate in a process-related waste management process, soil, air, or water purity
b)
Determine concentrations and parameters of environmental parameters in compliance with applicable regulations
c)
Measuring emissions and immissions
d)
Investigations results with rules of rule sets compare, document and assess, and take
13
31 Apply
sample-of-sample
and analytical method
(§ 11 paragraph 4, point 6)
a)
Sample method by specificity, representativeness, and Choose the material properties
b)
Apply sample conservation and retention methods
c)
Preparing samples for specific and analytic
d)
Select the analysis method and deploy
e)
Optimize process steps
f)
Analytic methods
  13
32 Apply
chromatographical
procedure
(§ 11 paragraph 4, point 7)
a)
Select methods in compliance with specificity and matrix influences, as well as by field of application
b)
Preparing the analysis samples
c)
Tuning chromatographic techniques
d)
Check the calibration function and verify its correctness
e)
Multi-component mixtures using analyze at least three different techniques
f)
interpret chromatograms
13
33 Apply
spectroscopic procedure
(§ 11 paragraph 4, point 8)
a)
Select methods in compliance with specificity and matrix influences, as well as by scope
b)
Preparing analytic samples for spectroscopic measurement
c)
Set measurement parameters and optimize
d)
Check and validate the calibration function
e)
Substances Analyze with different spectroscopic methods
f)
interpret
13
34 Performing
process-related
Working
(§ 11 paragraph 4, point 9)
a)
Sensors for measurement technology selecting
b)
Materials manufacturing
c)
Materials mechanical and thermal separating and cleaning
d)
Transfer and optimize processes to changed standards
e)
Control and control process engineering
13
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In the context of
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To mediate in the context of other training content.
*)
To mediate in other training content.
*)
Only in conjunction with the Qualification unit lfd. Point 16 of this Appendix.
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Appendix 3 (to § 18, paragraph 1)
Training framework for vocational training for paint laborers/paint laborers.

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2009, 1633-1645)
Section A: Compulsory qualifications in accordance with § 3 number 1Common, integrative skills according to § 3 number 1.1 Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -80.
Woche81. -182.
Week1234
1 Vocational Training,
Working and Tariffy
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 1)
a)
Significance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
name mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c)
Possibilities of professional
d)
essential parts of the employment contract
e)
essential parts of the contract
Terms and conditions of the collective agreements applicable to the training
2 Construction and organization of the training company
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 2)
a)
Construction and tasks of the training company Explain
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
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 Operational
measures on
responsible (Responsible Care)
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 3)
3.1 Security and
health protection
at work
(§ 18 paragraph 2 point 3.1)
a)
Endangers health and safety 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 fires
e)
Tasks of the responsible professional association
during
of the entire
training
f)
Select and handle personal protective equipment
g)
Use workplace safety devices and get their functionality
h)
Describe explosion hazards and take explosion protection measures
i)
markings and Assigning labels to containers and conveyor systems
j)
Applying work hygiene
 
3.2 Environmental protection
(§ 18 paragraph 2 point 3.2)
In order to avoid operating-related environmental pressures in the professional Contribution range, in particular
a)
Possible environmental impacts of the training operation and its contribution to environmental protection examples explain
b)
apply environmental protection regulations for the training establishment
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly disposal
3.3 Insert
energy carriers
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 3.3)
a)
Use the types of energy used in the training operation while respecting the efficiency and the hazard potential
b)
Appliances for heating, cooling, and tempering
c)
Mechanical, thermal and electrical energy by using SI sizes and SI
2 *)
3.4 Umwalk with
Work equipment and
resources, including
Maintenance and Maintenance
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 3.4)
a)
Use and maintain aeration, deaeration and shut-off devices
b)
Laboratory equipment at Use your material properties
c)
Prepare, check, clean and maintain equipment and tools for use, as well as in the event of malfunctions. Initiate remedial
3 *)
3.5 Quality assurance
measures,
Customer orientation
(§ 18 paragraph 2 point 3.5)
a)
Apply quality management elements task-specific
b)
calibrate meters
c)
provide information about qualification and validation
d)
Applying statistical methods to task
e)
Customer orientation at task completion
while
to convey the entire
training
3.6 Cost-efficiency in the laboratory
(§ 18 paragraph 2 number 3.6)
a)
lab-related cost types and locations
b)
Use the ability to influence costs in your own workspace
c)
contributing to compliance with cost
4 Work organization
and Communication
(§ 18 paragraph 2 point 4)
4.1 Work planning,
work on team
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 4.1)
a)
Setting up your workplace, taking into account operational constraints and ergonomic rules
b)
Select materials, spare parts, tools and resources, dispense, deploy, and store
c)
Set project goals, schedule work flows and sub-tasks while respecting economic and schedule preferences, and set priorities for deviations
d)
Set work items and schedule required machining times
e)
Problem-solving methods apply
f)
Apply communication rules, use aids to promote communication
g)
Edit team tasks, coordinate results, evaluate and control
While
convey the entire
training
4.2 Information Procurement and documentation
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 4.2)
a)
Use information sources
b)
Types of documentation different and Describe their documentation value
c)
Use documentation tools
d)
documenting, assessing, and presenting work flows and
4.3 Communication
and information systems
(§ 18 paragraph 2 point 4.3)
a)
Operation-specific communication and information systems deploy
b)
work with standard software and workstation-specific software
c)
Applying rules on privacy and data
3 *)
4.4 Measurement data collection
and processing
(§ 18 paragraph 2 point 4.4)
a)
lab-technical tasks, especially control, measurement data collection and evaluation, with computer
b)
Select and deploy sensors, actuators and measuring devices
c)
Lab processes and
3 *)
4.5 Apply
foreign language skills to
tasks
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 4.5)
a)
Apply foreign-language technical terms
b)
Foreign language sources of information, in particular English-language work regulations, technical documentation, documentation, manuals, operating and usage instructions, evaluating and apply
c)
give information in a foreign
While
convey the entire
training
5 bypass with work materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 5)
a)
Map lab-specific materials to fields of application and deal with these materials
b)
Apply hazardous materials handling regulations, in particular explain and observe the danger symbols and labels of work materials
c)
labeling working materials
d)
Reaction equations of chemical reactions set up
e)
Calculate concentrations and solve stoichiometric tasks
f)
with acids, bases and salts as well as their solutions
g)
circumvent with organic solvents
h)
bypassing with gases
4 *) 
6 Chemische and
physical methods
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 6)
6.1 Sample sampling
and sample preparation
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 6.1)
a)
Method for sampling and sample preparation for salary and quality control
b)
samples take
2 *)
6.2 Physical sizes
and fabric constants
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 6.2)
a)
Volume measuring devices of different measurement accuracy deploy
b)
use scales of different measurement ranges
c)
physical quantities measure and determine substance constants, in particular measure temperature and
3 *)
6.3 Analytic methods
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 6.3)
a)
Perform and evaluate photometric determinates
b)
chromatographic separation techniques, in particular according to fields of application,
c)
Material mixtures separate by chromatographic
4 *)
6.4 Split and unite
of work materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 6.4)
a)
Connect defined solutions
b)
Disconnect solids from liquids, especially by decanting, sedimentation, filtering, centrifuging and evaporating
2 *)
Compulsory qualifications according to § 3 number 1.2 letter c Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -80.
Woche81. -182.
Week1234
7 Perform analytic
work on paint raw materials, semi-finished products, and
coating materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 7)
7.1 Physical procedure
to determine
fabric constants and
metrics
(§ 18 paragraph 2 Number 7.1)
a)
Material constants and measures, especially viscosity, refractive index, flashpoint, melting point, evaporation number, electrical conductivity and nonvolatile component, determine
4
b)
Create and evaluate flow
2
7.2 Chemical procedures
to determine
metrics
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 7.2)
a)
Calculate mass and substance concentration as well as reaction ratios of raw
2
b)
Measures in Determine raw materials, semi-finished products and coating materials, especially acid number, saponification number, isocyanate number, iodine number and epoxide value
3
c)
assessing the behavior of raw materials and coating materials based on their key performance indicators
2
8 Pretreating and
coating
substrates, checking
coatings
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 8)
8.1 Pretreat to
verifier subgrounds
(§ 18 (2) (8.1)
a)
the need create different pretreatment methods
b)
Report on pre-treatment of substrates to be coated
c)
Underground for cleaning and
2
8.2 Application of
coating materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 8.2)
a)
brush, roll, squeegee, compressed air spray gun and dip vessel
b)
Calculate the material requirement for an object to be coated according to predetermined parameters
c)
Application types distinguish, in particular reels, casting, electrocoating paint, electrostatic spraying, airless spraying, hot spraying, and Low-pressure syringes
d)
Apply safety rules when processing coating materials
4 3
 
e)
Coating quality in dependence on the Evaluate and document the surface quality and application
2
8.3 drying and hardening
of coating materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 8.3)
a)
Dry and curing process according to the Film formation mechanisms differ
b)
Coating materials physically dry and chemically harden
3 6
8.4 Verify Coatings and coating materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 8.4)
a)
Connect test coatings according to specified specification
b)
Color visually by comparison with Assessing a
3
c)
coating technology indicators, in particular hardness, adhesive strength, stretchability, layer thickness, hiding power, granularity, porosity, dry and dry skin Gloss level, determine and
7
d)
Measure hue and perform default comparisons
e)
Surface disorders describe
f)
Coatings on resistance, especially against sweat water, Weathering and chemicals, testing and documenting results and documenting
g)
assessing the storage stability of coating
4
9 Basics of coating materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2 point 9)
a)
distinguishing and deploying mixing, dispersing and trending
3
b)
Creating manufacturing formulas under consideration of process engineering
7
c)
Semi-finished products and coating materials according to specified Make recipes and document production
8
10 Basics to
formulation of
coating materials
(§ 18 paragraph 2, point 10)
a)
Water-dilutable and solvent-based coating materials in terms of formulation, production, storage, and application, and their use Information technology application
b)
Requirements profiles for coating materials, taking into account the types of application, pans, rollers, compressed air syringes and dive into
c)
By selecting the binding agents, solvents, colorants and additives according to the types of application, pits, rolls, compressed air syringes and dipping, and
d)
Formulations for coating materials according to the types of application: pranks, rolls, compressed air syringes and dipping
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B: Electoral qualifications according to § 3 (2) (cElections) of list I in accordance with § 4 paragraph 3 Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -80.
Woche81. -182.
Week1234
11 Formulation, manufacture,
Application and review
of water-dilutable coating materials
and systems for wood
and wood-based materials
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 1)
a)
System-specific properties of water-dilutable coating materials and systems Explain
b)
Create a requirement profile, where application, subsurface, processing, ecology, system-specific properties, and cost considerations consideration
c)
Select raw materials
d)
Machines and devices system-specific selecting and deploying
e)
Process engineering parameters, especially pH and temperature,
f)
Check the properties, storage and transport conditions of the coating materials, and initiate and carry out corrective actions
g)
Underground water, loop and bleach
h)
Select application technology system-specific and deploy
i)
Apply coating materials, comply with product-specific processing requirements
j)
Coating Fabrics under consideration of film formation mechanisms
k)
Coating after Review, evaluate, and optimize request
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12Formulation, manufacture,
Applicate and review
of water-dilutable coating materials
and systems for
plastic surfaces
(§ 18 paragraph 3 Number 2)
a)
System-specific properties of water-dilutable Explain coating materials and systems
b)
Create a requirement profile, where application, subsoil, processing, ecology, system-specific properties and consider cost considerations
c)
Select raw materials
d)
Machines and devices Select and insert
e)
Process engineering parameters, especially pH and temperature,
f)
Check the properties, storage and transport conditions of the coating materials, and initiate and carry out corrective actions
g)
Preparing the Underground
h)
Application technology system-specific selection and deploy
i)
Apply coating materials, observe product-specific processing





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j)
Coating materials taking into account film-forming mechanisms
k)
Check, evaluate, and optimize the coating by requirement
13Formulation, Manufacturing,
Application and review
of water-dilutable coating materials
and systems for
metallic substrates
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 3)
a)
explain system-specific properties of water-dilutable coating materials and systems
b)
Create a request profile, consider application purpose, subsurface, workmanship, ecology, system-specific properties, and cost considerations
c)
Select raw materials
d)
Select and deploy machines and devices system-specific
e)
set process engineering parameters, especially pH and temperature
f)
Properties, stock and transport conditions of the coating materials, as well as initiate and carry out corrective measures
g)
Underground degreasing and mechanical preparing
h)
Select and deploy application technology system-specific
i)
Apply coating materials, comply with product-specific processing rules
j)
Coating Fabrics under consideration of film formation mechanisms
k)
Coating after Review, evaluate, and optimize request
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14Formulation, manufacture,
Applicate and review
of coating materials and systems for
mineral substrates
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 4)
a)
Create a requirement profile, application purpose, subsurface, processing, ecology, Consider system-specific properties and cost considerations
b)
Select raw materials
c)
System-specific selecting and deploying machines and devices
d)
Process engineering parameter set
e)
Check the properties, storage and transport conditions of the coating materials, and initiate and execute corrective actions
f)
Clean the Underground, neutralize, isolate, and solidify
g)
Application Technology Product-and Select and use process-oriented
h)
Apply coating materials, observe product-specific processing





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i)
Coating materials taking into account the Film-forming mechanisms hardening
j)
Check, evaluate and optimize the coating according to requirements
15 Formulation, manufacture,
Apply and review
of solvent-containing
coating materials and systems for wood and wood-based materials
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 5)
a)
Create a requirement profile, where application purpose, subsurface, processing, ecology, system-specific Consider properties and cost considerations
b)
Select raw materials
c)
Machines and Select and deploy devices system-specific
d)
Set process engineering parameters
e)
Check the properties, storage and transport conditions of the coating materials, and initiate and execute corrective actions
f)
underground water, grinding and bleaching
g)
Application technology product-and process-oriented Select and use
h)
Apply coating materials, observe product-specific processing requirements
i)
Coating materials under consideration of film formation mechanisms
j)
Coating after Review, evaluate, and optimize request
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16Formulation, manufacture,
Applicate and review
of solvent-containing
coating materials
and -Systems for
plastic surfaces
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 6)
a)
Create a request profile, consider application purpose, subsurface, workmanship, ecology, system-specific properties, and cost considerations
b)
Select raw materials
c)
Select and deploy machines and devices system-specific
d)
set process engineering parameters
e)
Properties, storage and transport conditions of the Test coating materials and initiate and carry out corrective measures
f)
Review and pre-treat the substrate for solvent resistance
g)
Application technology select and use product-and process-oriented
h)
coating materials Apply product-specific processing rules
i)
coating materials taking into account the film formation mechanisms
j)
Check, evaluate, and optimize the coating by requirement
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17 Formulation, manufacture,
Apply and review
of solvent-containing
coating materials
and systems for
metallic substrates
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 7)
a)
Create a requirement profile, application purpose, subsurface, processing, ecology, Consider system-specific properties and cost considerations
b)
Select raw materials
c)
System-specific selecting and deploying machines and devices
d)
Process engineering parameter set
e)
Check the properties, storage and transport conditions of the coating materials, and initiate and execute corrective actions
f)
Surface degreased and mechanically pre-treated
g)
Apply coating materials, in this case Follow product-specific processing rules
h)
coating materials taking into account film formation mechanisms
i)
Check, evaluate, and optimize the coating by requirement
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18Formulation, Manufacturing,
Application and testing of corrosion protection systems
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 8)
a)
Create a requirement profile, in particular the application in structural steel construction, the processing under weather conditions as well as ecology and cost aspects consider
b)
Select raw materials
c)
Select machines and devices and deploy
d)
set process engineering parameters
e)
properties, storage, and Check the transport conditions of the coating materials as well as initiate and carry out corrective measures
f)
Underground by means of removal of the coating materials mechanically and manually preparing
g)
Select and use application technology system-specific, taking into account the weather
h)
Append coating materials with product-specific processing rules
i)
coating materials harden by film-forming mechanisms
j)
corrosion protection test perform, evaluate result and optimize corrosion protection system
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19Formulation, manufacture,
Applicate and review
of powder coating systems
(§ 18 paragraph 3 number 9)
a)
System-specific properties of Explain powder coating systems
b)
Create a requirement profile, where application, substrate, processing, ecology, system-specific properties, and cost aspects
c)
Select raw materials
d)
Extrude, break, grind and grind mixtures of substances seven
e)
Set and abide by process parameters, in particular temperature and dwell time
f)
Check the properties, storage and transport conditions of the coating materials, and initiate and carry out corrective actions
g)
Preparing objects
h)
Electrostatically coating objects
i)
Overspray regain and rework
j)
coating materials taking into account the Film-forming mechanisms hardening
k)
Check, evaluate and optimize the coating according to requirements
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20 Formulation, manufacture,
Applicate and validate
of electric dip lacquers
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 10)
a)
explain system-specific properties of electrocoating varnishes
b)
Create a request profile, consider application purpose, subsurface, workmanship, ecology, system-specific properties, and cost considerations
c)
Select raw materials
d)
Select and deploy machines and devices system-specific
e)
set process engineering parameters, especially pH and temperature
f)
Properties, stock and transport conditions of the coating materials and initiate and execute corrective actions
g)
prepare objects
h)
The design and operation of electrical dipping systems
i)
Application parameters, in particular Voltage, conductivity, temperature, dwell time, pH value and nonvolatile component, set
j)
Objects in accordance with the application parameters electroforetically
k)
coating materials taking into account the film formation mechanisms
l)
Review, evaluate, and optimize the coating by requirement
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21 Formulation, manufacture
and testing of binders
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 11)
a)
formulate binder by requirement profile
b)
select starting materials
c)
Select and deploy synthesis apparatus
d)
Connect the binder and use the response history
e)
Check the binding agent in the coating material and optimize the binding
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22 Perform
colorimetric work
(§ 18 paragraph 3 point 12)
a)
Explaining the operational use of color measuring devices
b)
colorimetric measurements
c)
Evaluate metrics and interpret result
d)
colorants after Optical, chemical, and thermal properties
e)
Work with color tones by colorimetric
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23 Inspect
of coatings
(§ 18 paragraph 3 point 13)
a)
assess surface finish, detect coating errors and their causes, and suggest corrective action
b)
Apply preparation technique to determine surface malfunctions
c)
Coatings microscopic examination
d)
Investigate the composition of coatings spectroscopically
e)
conducting photometric measurements
f)
Evaluate metrics and interpret
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24 Perform
application-related
work under
process conditions
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 14)
a)
Prepare and verify objects to be coated
b)
Coat objects with different devices and by different methods
c)
Coating fabrics and systems dry and harden
d)
Assessing Coated Objects and On Check error freedom
e)
Optimize application process
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25 Perform
production-related
work on
Manufacturing transmission
(§ 18 paragraph 3, point 15)
a)
Manufacturing recipes,
b)
Attachments
c)
c)
c)
Planning production orders
d)
Producing coating materials on a production scale and
e)
Identify production costs and optimize production processes
f)
documenting production flow and result
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list II optional qualifiers according to § 4 paragraph 4 Lfd.
Nr.Qualification
skills, knowledge, and capability time guidelines
in weeks in the
Training Section1. -52.
Woche53. -80.
Woche81. -182.
Week1234
26 Laboratory-related
information technology
(§ 18 paragraph 4, point 1)
a)
Select, test, and deploy hard and software components to solve lab tasks
b)
Perform macro-programming
c)
Install and configure programs
d)
Applying system maintenance methods
e)
data system information services documenting
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27 Quality Management
(§ 18 paragraph 4, point 2)
a)
Perform and document validation for a procedure
b)
Developing a Quality Assurance Concept for a Workplace
c)
Statistical Quality Control
d)
Rules of Good Laboratory Practice (GLP), Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), or comparable rules
e)
in the internal review of quality
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28 Environmental
work techniques
(§ 18 paragraph 4, point 3)
a)
for a process-related waste management process, soil, air, or
b)
Determine concentrations and parameters of environmental parameters in compliance with relevant regulations
c)
Measuring emissions and immissions
d)
Investigations results with rules of rule sets compare, document and assess, and take
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