Regulation Concerning Vocational Training For The Chemical Workers / To The Normal

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Chemikanten/zur Chemikantin

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Regulation on professional training for chemicaline/chemicaline

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chemiseausbV 2009

date of completion: 10.06.2009

full quote:

" Regulation on vocational training to the chemicist of the 10. June 2009 (BGBl. I p. 1360) "

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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 vocational schools agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany will soon be considered a supplement in the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger) published.

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The reason for § 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

§ 1 State recognition of the training profession

The training profession Chemikant/Chemikantin will be state-owned in accordance with § 4 paragraph 1 of the Vocational Training Act recognised. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Duration of vocational training

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

§ 3 Structure of vocational education and training

Vocational training is divided into:
1.
Compulsory qualifications according to § 4, paragraph 2, section I, number 1 to 14,
2.
four of the training Electoral qualifications to be determined in accordance with section 4 (2) (II) (1) to (19) of the selection list, at least one optional qualification from the number 1 to 8.
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§ 4 Training framework plan, training professional image

(1) The subject of vocational training is at least the one listed in the training framework plan (annex) Skills, knowledge and skills (professional 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 as a chemical technician is broken down as follows (training professional image):

Section I: Compulsory qualifications in accordance with § 3 number 1
1.
Vocational Training, Work and Taric Law,
2.
Construction and organization of the training company,
3.
Operational actions to be responsible (Responsible Care):
3.1
Safety and health at work,
3.2
Asset Security,
3.3
Environmental Protection,
3.4
Insert energy carriers,
3.5
Use tools and equipment including care and Maintenance,
3.6
Quality Management, Customer Orientation,
3.7
Cost-oriented Acting;
4.
Work organization and communication:
4.1
Planning and controlling process, operation, and work processes,
4.2
Working in the Team,
4.3
Information creation, documentation,
4.4
Communication and Information systems;
5.
Going with working materials and determining substance constants,
6.
Process Engineering Basic Operations,
7.
Installation-technical work,
8.
Maintenance of Funding,
9.
Messtechnik,
10.
Operation of production plants,
11.
Thermal and Mechanical Process Engineering,
12.
Maintenance of Production Facilities,
13.
Control and Control Engineering,
14.
Optimize production processes;
Section II: Electoral qualifications in accordance with § 3 Number 2
1.
Production Processes,
2.
Processing Technology,
3.
Association of Substances,
4.
Drying,
5.
Shredder,
6.
Extract,
7.
Classify and Sort,
8.
Dowding,
9.
Pneumatics and Hydraulics,
10.
Pipe System Technology,
11.
electrical engineering,
12.
automation technology,
13.
Umwelttechnik,
14.
Labortechnik,
15.
Quality Management,
16.
Logistics, Transport and Storage,
17.
Cold and Low Temperature Technology,
18.
Apply production-related microbiological Work techniques,
19.
International Competence.
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§ 5 Implementation of vocational training

(1) The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in § 4 shall be communicated in such a way as to ensure that the trainees are able to pursue a qualified professional activity in the sense of § 1 (3) of the Vocational Training Act, which includes, in particular, independent planning, implementation and control. This qualification must 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 the determination of the overall result, part 1 of the final examination is weighted at 40 percent and part 2 of the final examination is weighted with 60 percent. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Part 1 of the final examination

(1) Part 1 of the final examination is scheduled to take place at the end of the second year of training.(2) Part 1 of the final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the Annex for the first 90 training weeks, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that it is applicable to: Vocational training is essential.(3) Part 1 of the final examination consists of the examination areas
1.
Procedure and production engineering work,
2.
Process Engineering,
3.
Messtechnik,
4.
Plant engineering.
(4) For the examination area for process and production engineering work, the following guidelines exist:
1.
The test piece is intended to demonstrate that it
a)
a process and production engineering work with at least one procedural basic operation, at least one metrological task as well as at least one installation work carried out on the basis of a technical installation,
b)
Analyze work orders and procure information,
c)
Set work equipment,
d)
Work flows independent and cost-effective,
e)
Safety and security measures Select and take health protection at work, environmental protection and quality assurance measures as well as
f)
Control work results and document
;
2.
The audit task is to perform a work task;
3.
the exam time is seven hours;
4.
when evaluating the job task is the process-and Production-technical basic operation with 60 per cent, the metrological task and the installation work with 20 per cent each.
(5) The following guidelines exist for the examination area of process engineering:
1.
The test object is to prove that it
a)
chemical and physical properties of substances and classes of substances, methods for the analysis of working materials and their chemical and physical background as well as the physical principles of process engineering operations,
b)
To describe production techniques and to map the corresponding graphical representations,
c)
Link workorganizational and technological facts,
d)
occupational calculations
e)
Safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The audit task is to edit tasks in writing;
3.
Test time is 90 minutes.
(6) For the Measurement Technology examination area, there are the following specifications:
1.
The test piece should demonstrate that it is
a)
Assign measurement principles for non-electrical quantities and the corresponding graphic representations, distinguish measurement procedures for electrical quantities, as well as the elements of the Provide information,
b)
Link work organization and technology issues,
c)
Perform job-related calculations,
d)
consider information technology issues and
e)
Include safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality management
;
2.
The audit task is to edit tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 45 minutes.
(7) The following guidelines exist for the examination area:
1.
The test piece should demonstrate that it is
a)
Machining techniques of different materials, distinguishing materials and components that map elements of the installation technique and the maintenance of production facilities, in particular conveyor systems,
b)
Link work organization and technology facts,
c)
Perform job-related calculations and
d)
Health and safety measures of work, environmental protection and quality management
;
2.
The test item is to process tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
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§ 8 part 2 the final examination

(1) Part 2 of the final examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills referred to in § 3 and on the teaching material to be used in the course of the vocational education and training course, insofar as it is appropriate for the Vocational training is essential.(2) Part 2 of the final examination consists of the examination areas
1.
Production or processing process,
2.
Production Engineering,
3.
Process Control Technology,
4.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the examination area Production or processing process, the following specifications exist:
1.
The test item is to prove that it
a)
one, at least one selected in accordance with § 3, point 2 The production or processing process taking into account the optional qualification, with at least two basic procedural operations, at least one control or control task and with at least one plant-based inspection or inspection task, or Perform maintenance work,
b)
Analyze work orders and procure information,
c)
Set work equipment,
d)
Schedule work flows autonomic and economically,
e)
Select and take action on safety and health at work, environmental protection, and quality assurance measures, and
f)
controlling and documenting work products
;
2.
the test item is to be a Perform Work Task;
3.
The exam time is seven hours;
4.
at the Evaluation of the work task is the basic procedural operations with 60 percent, the control or control task as well as the plant inspection or maintenance work with 20 percent each.
(4) For the The production technology review area has the following specifications:
1.
The test piece should demonstrate that it is
a)
Use flow images to understand and describe production processes, detect and limit perturbations, and deduce measures to prevent and fix them,
b)
describing the influence of reaction parameters and the reaction guidance on chemical reaction,
c)
Perform job-related calculations,
d)
organizational and technological facts link and
e)
Safety and health measures at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The audit task is to edit tasks in writing;
3.
Test time is 120 minutes.
(5) For the process control engineering examination area, there are the following specifications:
1.
The test piece is to prove that it is
a)
Describe the structure and mode of operation of automation systems
b)
by using Documents defects in control and control technology limitations,
c)
Considering information technology issues and occupational-related calculations
d)
Link work organization and technology issues, and
e)
Work on safety and health at work, environmental protection and quality management
2.
The audit task is to edit tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
(6) For the examination area Economic and social studies, the following guidelines exist:
1.
The examinee is to prove that he/she is responsible for general economic and social issues.
2.
The audit task is to process tasks in writing;
3.
the exam time is 60 minutes.
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§ 9 Weight and Bestehensregulations

(1) Each examination area must be weighted as follows:

1. Audit Area Process and
production engineering work
20 percent,
2. Process Engineering Review Area5 percent,
3. Metrology Test Area5 percent,
4. Testing Area Plant Engineering10 percent,
5. Audit Area Production or
Processing Process
30 Percent,
6. Production technique review area15 percent,
7. Process Control Review Area5 percent,
8. Audit Area Economic and
social studies
10 percent.
(2) The final exam is passed if the benefits 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 production or processing process and in the production engineering examination area each with at least "sufficient",
4.
in at least one of the rest of the exam areas of Part 2 of the final exam with at least "sufficient" and
5.
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. In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in a ratio of 2: 1 shall be weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2009, in force. Non-official table of contents

Asset (to § 4 (1))
Training Framework for Chemikanten/to Chemicanine

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2009, 1364-1373)
Section I: Compulsory Qualifications according to § 3 Number 1Lfd.
No.training for training
skills, knowledge, and skill-related timewise values
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -90.
Woche91. -182.
Week1234
I.1 Vocational Training,
Work and Tariffy
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, 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
Provisions of the collective agreements applicable to the establishment of the
during
of the entire
training
taught
I.2 Building and
Organization of the
Training Operational
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 2)
a)
The structure and tasks of the forming enterprise explain
b)
Basic functions of the training company such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration
c)
The relationship of the company and its employees to economic organizations, Professional representatives and trade unions call
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the executive bodies of the training or personnel representation of the training Describe
I.3 Operational

actions
responsible

Responsible Care)

(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 3)
I.3.1 Security and
Health protection
at work
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, 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 Fighting
e)
Tasks of the competent professional association and the authorities responsible for occupational health and safety explain
f)
Personal protective equipment differentiates and handles
g)
Safety at work
h)
Describe explosion hazards and take explosion protection measures
i)
Applying measures to protect against the hazardous effects of electricity on different network systems
j)
Assigning labels and marking colors from containers and conveyor systems
k)
Rules of the Apply work hygiene
l)
Apply ergonomic basic rules, and take action to maintain health and performance
m)
dealing with hazardous materials; explaining and avoiding
during
of the entire
training




I.3.2 Asset Security
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, section 3.2)
a)
Exzones, ignition protection types, and temperature classes
b)
Asset safety devices Distinguish and note
c)
Initiate in the case of disruptions of operations specific
I.3.3 Environmental protection
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I point 3.3)
To avoid operation-related Contribute to environmental pressures in the occupational field of activity, in particular
a)
Possible environmental pressures caused by the training operation and its contribution to the protection of the environment Explain examples
b)
Apply environmental protection regulations to the training enterprise
c)
Possibilities of economic and environmentally friendly use of energy and materials
d)
Avoid waste; feed fabrics and materials to environmentally friendly disposal
e)
collect waste, storage and for
I.3.4 Insert
energy carriers
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 3.4)
a)
distinguish the types of energy used in the training operation and use them in compliance with the degree of efficiency and the hazard potential; Describe the relationships of energy conversion
b)
The mode of action of energy sources is different, and machines and equipment, in particular heat exchangers, are used.
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I.3.5 Using
work equipment and
resources, including maintenance and Maintenance
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 3.5)
a)
conveying systems, including fittings,
b)
Materials taking into account their Use mechanical, thermal and chemical properties
c)
Preparing plant parts and devices for use
d)
Measures to protect against corrosion, wear, hypothermia, and overheating
e)
Work equipment maintain and maintain
3 *)
I.3.6 Quality Management,
Customer Orientation
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, section 3.6)
a)
explain and task-specific operational tools of quality management applying
b)
working process-and customer-
While
convey the entire
training
I.3.7 Cost-oriented
action
(§ 4 paragraph 2
section I, point 3.7)
a)
Use the ability to influence costs in your own workspace
b)
contributing to compliance with cost
I.4 Work organization
and communication
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 4)
I.4.1 Schedule and control
of process, operation and work processes
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 4.1)
a)
Select materials, spare parts, tools, and resources, store, dispense, and provision
b)
Apply flow images, function plans, and process rules to schedule work flows
c)
Set work flows and assess fulfillment times. Perform work steps and subtasks while respecting economic and scheduling requirements; if you deviate from the planning, adjust the work steps to the changed situation corrected
I.4.2 Work on team
(§ 4 (2)
Section I, point 4.2)
a)
Apply problem solving methods
b)
Apply communication rules; tools to use Use communication
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c)
Edit and coordinate tasks in a team; evaluate results, and control results










convey the entire
training
I.4.3 Informations-
procurement,
documentation
(§ 4 Paragraph 2
Section I, point 4.3)
a)
Select sources of information and apply foreign-language specialist terms
b)
distinguishing documentation types
c)
Use documentation tools
d)
documenting and assessing work flows and
I.4.4 Communication and
information systems
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 4.4)
a)
Operation-specific communication and information systems deploy
b)
work with standard software and workstation-specific software
c)
Apply rules on privacy and data
I.5 Using
work materials and
determining
fabric constants
(§ 4 (2)
Section I, point 5)
a)
chemical Laws, in particular chemical bonding and responsiveness,
b)
distinguish typical inorganic and organic reactions
c)
physical laws, in particular aggregate state changes, and the influence of pressure and temperature on gas volumes
d)
Aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, alkanols, alkanals, and carboxylic acids
e)
with acids, bases, salts, and their solutions
f)
circumvent with solvents
g)
bypassing gases
h)
labeling and storing work materials
i)
Method of sampling and sample preparation for Inprocess control and final product testing; sampling
j)
Perform acid-base titrates and evaluate; determine pH
k)
Volume, mass and density of Determining solids and liquids
l)
Material constants, in particular viscosity, refractive index, melting temperature determine and evaluate the melting
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m)
Analytical methods in use, especially photometric or chromatographic, apply and evaluate
n)
respect physico-chemical laws, in particular with regard to energy content in the case of exo- and endothermic reactions, as well as the influence of pressure and temperature on chemical
4
o)
provide information about the influence of chemical and physical properties of substances on the reaction process, and
4
I.6 Process Engineering
Basic Operations
(§ 4 Paragraph 2
Section I Number 6)
a)
distinguishing basic operations, associating devices with their fields of application
b)
Define fabric portions and calculate the composition of mixed phases, create defined solutions
c)
crushing and classifying solid according to a method
d)
Solid-liquid mixtures separate especially by sedimentation and filtration
e)
Mixtures by recrystallization and distilling
f)
dry solids
g)
Methods of Apply sorption

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I.7 Installation and maintenance
work
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 7)
a)
Machining processes of materials; metals and plastics manually editing
b)
Connecting pipes and piping parts, taking into account pipe connection types and elements, as well as sealing materials, and sealing
c)
Assign Shut-off organs to fields of application; operate shut-off
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I.8 Maintenance
of funding
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 8)
a)
Check shaft seals
b)
Differentiate, check, and operate take
c)
participate in the installation and removal of funding
d)
Preventive maintenance carrying out and documenting
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I.9 Messtechnik
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 9)
a)
Measuring principles and applications of equipment to determine pressure, differential pressure, flow rate, level, quantity and temperature, and their Mapping applications
b)
Printing, differential pressure, fill level, flow rate, quantity and temperature
c)
Measuring electrical variables in DC and
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d)
Signing and transmitting devices distinguishing
e)
How to differentiate the functioning of actuators
f)
Elements of a Assign Rule Circle
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I.10 Operating
production assets
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 10)
a)
Production processes including the supply and disposal and taking into account environmental protection
2 2
b)
Append and depart and run as part of the operating
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I.11 Thermal
and mechanical
Process engineering
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 11)
Distilling and rectifying
a)
Distilling and rectifying appliances and equipment, in particular with respect to the structure, function and mode of operation.
b)
Liquid mixtures taking into account the physical processes and operational conditions as well as taking into account energy efficiency by distillation and Rectification
c)
Check the quality of the products, detect deviations in the process, and take
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Filtrieren, centrifuging, sedimentation
d)
Devices and equipment for sedimentation, centrifugation and filtering, in particular with respect to the structure, function and mode of operation, and use
e)
detect deviations in the process; initiate actions in case of malfunctions
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I.12 Maintenance
of Production
devices
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section I, point 12)
a)
Repair and maintenance production facilities in and out of service in compliance with safety regulations and procedural conditions
b)
Replacing assemblies and components in compliance with component specific assembly conditions
c)
Assembly assemblies secure and transport components
d)
Perform preventive maintenance of production
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I.13 Control and
control technology
(§ 4 paragraph 2
section I, point 13)
a)
Building and validating logical basic circuits
b)
Error with circuit documentation limitations
c)
Production assets using PLT components
d)
Measurement and Check and set control devices according to specifications and using operational plans
e)
Construction and mode of operation of automation systems including memory programmable controls, and serving a system
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I.14 Optimize
production processes
(§ 4 paragraph 2
section I, point 14)
a)
Optimize the driving style of assets or parts according to operational specifications
b)
Disrupt the production process, take action to eliminate it, and participate in the removal by skilled personnel
c)
documenting process
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II: Electoral qualifications according to § 3 Number 2 Lfd.
No.Training profession
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in the
training section1. -52.
Woche53. -90.
Woche91. -182.
Week1234
II.1 Production method
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 1)
a)
participate in the planning of production processes
b)
inorganic, organic, polymeric or bio-and Production of genetic engineering products, taking into account the reaction behaviour as well as legal and operational requirements
c)
Inprocess control
d)
Review products
10
II.2 Processing Technology
(§ 4 Paragraph 2
Section II Number 2)
a)
in the planning of processing assist
b)
Use and run assets and subinstallations for processing of materials
c)
perform preventative maintenance; take action in case of malfunctions
d)
processing document and perform quality controls
10
II.3 Association of fabrics
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 3)
a)
Assets and devices, in particular with respect to the structure, function and mode of operation distinguishing and using
b)
Subverting Substances by Different Procedures
c)
check results
d)
detect deviations in the process and initiate
10
II.4 Drying
(§ 4 paragraph 2
section II, point 4)
a)
Devices and Appendices, in particular with respect to the structure, function and mode of operation, distinguish and use
b)
dry solids, liquids and gases
c)
determine the degree of dryness
d)
Detect Deviations in Process and Initiate
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II.5 Crusher
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II Number 5)
a)
Devices and Assets, especially under Respect for structure, function and mode of operation distinguish and use
b)
solids according to different methods crushed
c)
check results
d)
detect deviations in the process and initiate
10
II.6 Extract
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II number 6)
a)
Devices and Appendices, in particular with respect to the structure, function and mode of operation, distinguish and use
b)
separating fabrics from mixtures by solid-liquid and liquid-liquid extraction
c)
Purity of the Check fractions
d)
detect hazard potential in case of deviations in the process and take
10
II.7 Classifying and sorting
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 7)
a)
Devices and Appendices, in particular with respect to the structure, function and mode of action, and use
b)
Disconnect fabrics by classifying and sorting
c)
Review Results
d)
Detect Deviations in Process and Initiate
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II.8 Dust
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II number 8)
a)
Assets and devices, in particular with respect to Structure, function and mode of operation distinguish and use
b)
Clean gases by dust removal
c)
Functionability of the assets and devices
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II.9 Pneumatics
and hydraulics
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 9)
a)
Schalt and FunktionspPlans of different systems
b)
Measuring and adjusting pressure in pneumatic systems as well as pressure and volume flow in hydraulic systems
c)
Check the execution of controls in a proper way; initiate actions in case of malfunctions
d)
within the scope of Inspections components
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II.10 Pipe System Technology
(§ 4 Paragraph 2
Section II Number 10)
a)
Checking the operability of piping systems, in case of malfunctions initiating
b)
Replacing pipe parts and fittings, taking into account process engineering and safety
10
II.11 Electrical engineering
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 11)
a)
single-and multi-wire, shielded, and unshielded lines
b)
Connecting to different line types
c)
contexts describe in the three-phase alternating current circuit; perform measurements
d)
"apply the five security rules"
e)
Check protections, detect disruptions, and initiate actions
f)
Components for Main Select, install, label and document control circuits
g)
distinguish electric motors, build motor circuits, and operate motors in operation take
h)
Associate components of electronics with functions and establish contact-related controls
i)
Applying electrical explosion protection
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II.12 Automation Technology
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 12)
a)
Systems by regulations wait
b)
Enter and test programs for programmable logic controllers according to specifications and technical documentation
c)
Isolate errors and initiate actions
d)
Program flows based on function plans interpreting
e)
according to operational preference set parameters and optimize control
10
II.13 Environmental Technology
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 13)
a)
Devices and Appendices, especially considering the structure, function and mode of operation, assign application areas
b)
Method for treating and purifying waste water or exhaust air
c)
Control process,
d)
recycle and eliminate
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II.14 Laboratory Technology
(§ 4 Paragraph 2
Section II, point 14)
a)
analytic Processes, in particular with respect for function and mode of operation, assign
b)
Apply analytical methods for input, process and final control, Evaluate results and initiate measures
c)
Perform application
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II.15 Quality Management
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 15)
a)
Rules Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP), Guter Laborpraxis (GLP) or comparable rules
b)
Perform statistical quality control
c)
Quality assurance concept based on operational preferences developing for a process step
d)
participate in the internal quality management verification
e)
in the validation of a
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II.16 Logistics, Transport
and Storage
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 16)
a)
Assets and Devices Storage of substances, in particular in compliance with the structure, function and mode of operation, assign fields of application
b)
represent material and material flows and capture
c)
detect deviations in operational material flow and initiate actions
d)
Guide industrial trucks
e)
Select hoists, stops and means of transport, save transports, and
f)
operate storeroom
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II.17 Cold and
low-temperature technology
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 17)
a)
Assets and Devices Generation of low temperatures and for processing under low temperature conditions, in particular with due regard to the structure, function and mode of operation, assigning operational areas
b)
Producing products under low temperature conditions
c)
Use low temperature measurement methods in case of disturbances initiate
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II.18 Apply
production-related microbiological
work techniques
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II number 18)
a)
GMP and GLP rules for biotechnology companies and Observe biological safety rules
b)
describe the basic methods of gene transfer
c)
Produce and inocciate culture media, tap and rework cultures
d)
Fermentation plants Distinguish, operate and maintain
e)
Separate proteins by different chromatographic techniques
f)
Inprocess control in the fermentation and separation of proteins
g)
Assets, especially with CIP-and SIP-technology, clean and sterilize
h)
dispose of biological
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II.19 International
Competence
(§ 4 paragraph 2
Section II, point 19)
a)
Foreign language information sources, in particular Evaluate and apply technical rules, operating instructions and work instructions
b)
give information in a foreign language
c)
within the context of customer orientation cultural specifics take into
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To mediate in connection with other training contents.
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In connection with other training contents, to mediate.