Regulation On The Examination Concluded Certified Industrial Champion Recognised / Certified Industry Champion - Specialty Chemistry

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Prüfung zum anerkannten Abschluss Geprüfter Industriemeister/Geprüfte Industriemeisterin - Fachrichtung Chemie

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Regulation on the examination of the recognized conclusion of Industrial Certified Industrial Master/Certified Industrial Eisterin Specializing in Chemistry

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ChemIndMeistPrV 2004

Date of delivery: 15.09.2004

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" Regulation on the examination of the recognized degree of certified industrial master/certified industrial master-specializin chemistry of 15. September 2004 (BGBl. 2337), as last amended by Article 25 of the 26th Regulation. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 274) "

:Last modified by Art. 25 V v. 26.3.2014 I 274

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Based on Section 46 (2) of the Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBI. 1112), which was last amended by Article 184 (1) of the Regulation of 25 June 2008. November 2003 (BGBl. 2304), the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, after listening to the Standing Committee of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, shall: name="BJNR233700004BJNE000200000 " />Non-official Table of Contents

§ 1 Objective of Examination and Identification of the Financial Statements

(1) To demonstrate the knowledge, skills and experience that The competent authority may carry out exams in accordance with § § 2 to 9 by the vocational further training course to the certified industrial master/industrial master specializer.(2) The aim of the examination is to prove the qualification of the certified industrial master/industrial master specialisation in chemistry and thus the qualification:
1.
in companies of different size and branch membership, as well as in various fields and fields of activity of a business, organizational and managerial tasks
2.
to adapt to changing methods and systems in production, to changing patterns of work organisation and to new methods of Organisational development, personnel management and development to be flexibly adjusted and the technical-organizational change in operation.
(3) The examination must determine whether the qualification is available, the following in the following: To be able to perform the related tasks of a certified Industrial Master/Specialized Industrial Chemistry Department in Chemistry:
1.
monitor the production process; decide on the use of the operating and production equipment and ensure their maintenance and operational readiness; to ensure compliance with the Ensure quality and quantity requirements; initiate measures to prevent and remedy operational disruptions and ensure the necessary energy supply during operation; design the workplaces according to ergonomic aspects and in the case of the The establishment of workplaces in compliance with the relevant regulations; implement technological further developments in the company; organise and monitor the installation and departure of plants; and the value of materials and products for transport and storage, as well as to dispose of raw materials, auxiliary materials and operating materials; to contribute to the development of proposals for new technical concepts and to help shape the continuous improvement process;
2.
Planning and implementation of work processes, including the use of raw materials, auxiliaries and operating materials, and participating in the planning and implementation of new production processes; cost plans In the selection and procurement of equipment, equipment and facilities; plan quality and quantity specifications and ensure compliance with the deadlines; Coordinate and monitor maintenance in coordination with the relevant employees and the operational areas involved; ensure compliance with occupational safety, environmental and health regulations;
3.
The employees are responsible for the company's goals and tasks, taking into account operational requirements, according to business management aspects and with consideration of their individual suitability, competence and interests; lead them to independent, responsible action, motivate and participate in decision-making processes; in the planning of personnel needs and in the case of Participation in job vacancies; supervising and moderating working groups; promoting goal-oriented cooperation and communication between and with the employees, with the managers and with the works council; the evaluation Conduct individual and one group and encourage personnel development measures; promote the willingness of employees to innovate; introduce new staff members into their work areas; Responsible for the training of assigned trainees; continuously implementing the quality management goals and promoting quality awareness and customer orientation of the employees.
(4) The successfully completed audit leads to the recognized conclusion of certified industrial master/certified industrial master-specialisation chemistry. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Scope of the industrial title qualification and structure of the examination

(1) The qualification for the audited Industriemeister/zur Audited Industriemeisterin-specialising in chemistry:
1.
Professional and Labor Education Qualifications,
2.
Basic Qualifications,
3.
Action-specific qualifications.
(2) The acquisition of vocational and employment pedagogical qualifications in accordance with the Trainers Suitability ordinance according to the Vocational Training Act or on the basis of a different public service provision, if the proven knowledge is equivalent to the requirements laid down in § § 2 to 4 of the German Ausbilder-Fitness-Regulation (Ausbilder-suitability-Ordinance). Proof must be submitted before the last examination has been carried out.(3) The examination of the certified industrial master/certified industrial master specialising in chemistry is divided into the test parts:
1.
Specialist Basic Qualifications,
2.
Action-specific qualifications.
(4) The test section referred to in paragraph 3 no. 1 shall be examined in writing in the form of application-related tasks in accordance with § 4. The examination part referred to in paragraph 3 (2) shall be examined in the form of two action-specific, integrated situation tasks I and II as well as an application-related written elaboration in accordance with § 5. The situation task I is checked in writing; the situation task II consists of a written task position and a technical discussion. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Admission requirements

(1) For the examination in the examination section, "Cross-disciplinary basic skills" is to allow the following:
1.
a successfully completed final audit in a recognized Training occupation that can be attributed to the chemical professions, or
2.
a final examination completed with success in another recognized occupation and (2) A professional practice of at least one year, or
3.
a professional practice of at least four years.
(2) For the examination in the examination part " Action-specific Qualifications " must be allowed, who will have the following:
1.
the placing of the test piece "cross-discipline basic qualifications", which is no longer than five years ago, and
2.
in the cases referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (3), to the
() The professional practice referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 is intended to provide substantial references to the tasks of a certified industrial master/industrial master specialising in the chemical industry. in accordance with Section 1 (3).(4) By way of derogation from the conditions set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 (2), it may also be admitted for examination who, by submitting certificates or in any other way, makes it possible to have acquired professional qualifications which are the subject of Justify authorisation for examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Basic Qualifications Cross-disciplinary Skills

(1) In the Examination Section "Cross-discipline Basic Qualifications" is to be checked in the following examination areas:
1.
Legal Action,
2.
Business Action,
3.
Applying methods of information, communication, and Planning,
4.
Working together in operation.
(2) In the "Legal Action" examination area, the ability to demonstrate the ability to do so is to be proven. shall be taken into account. This includes designing the working conditions of employees in labour law aspects, as well as ensuring occupational safety, health protection and environmental protection in accordance with legal principles, and the To ensure cooperation with the relevant institutions. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
1.
Consider Labour law provisions and provisions in the design of individual employment relationships and in the event of misconduct of employees, in particular with regard to labour contract law, collective agreement law, and operating agreements;
2.
Taking into account the provisions of the German Works Constitution Act, in particular the rights of participation in the company's constitutional law Organs;
3.
Legal provisions on social security, remuneration and work promotion;
4.
Consider occupational health and safety regulations and provisions in coordination with institutions and non-company institutions;
5.
Taking into account the rules of environmental law, in particular with regard to water and soil protection, waste disposal, air pollution control and noise control, the Radiation protection and protection against hazardous substances;
6.
Taking into account relevant economic law provisions and provisions, in particular: with regard to product responsibility, product liability and data protection.
(3) In the examination area "Business Action" the ability to demonstrate the ability to conduct business aspects in the context of practice-oriented To be able to take actions into account and to show economic relations and to be able to present company forms. Furthermore, it is intended to demonstrate the ability to plan, assess and influence operational processes according to economic aspects. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
1.
Consider the economic management principles of enterprises, including economic interrelations and social effects;
2.
Consideration of the principles operational setup and run-off organization;
3.
Apply organization development methods;
4.
Consider pricing methods and continuous operational improvement methods;
5.
distinguisms of cost, cost center and cost calculation, and calculation methods.
(4) In the examination area " Apply methods of the Information, communication and planning " is to be able to demonstrate the ability to analyze projects and processes and make them transparent. This includes preparing data, reading technical documentation, and making it possible to distinguish appropriate planning techniques. It is also intended to demonstrate the ability to use appropriate presentation techniques. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be verified:
1.
Capture, Analyze, and Prepare process and production data with EDP systems and evaluate visualized data;
2.
distinguiseying planning techniques;
3.
Applying presentation techniques;
4.
Reading technical documentation and creating statistics, Tables and charts;
5.
Know Project Management Methods;
6.
Insert From Information and communication forms and ensuring the flow of information in the process chain.
(5) In the examination area "Cooperation in operation" the ability to identify interrelationships of social behaviour is to be proven. To assess the impact on cooperation and to be able to work towards a goal-oriented, efficient and trustful cooperation through appropriate measures. This includes promoting the willingness of employees to perform, as well as solving operational problems and social conflicts. It is also intended to demonstrate the ability to take account of leadership principles and to be able to use appropriate guidance techniques. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
1.
Assess and Promot the professional development of the individual in compliance with the previous career path and taking into account personal and social circumstances;
2.
Assessment and Take into account the influence of work organisation and workplace on the social behaviour of individuals and the operating climate, and take measures to improve them;
3.
Assess the group structure's influences on group behavior and collaboration, as well as developing and converting alternatives;
4.
Diverting with your own and foreign leadership behavior, implementing guide principles;
5.
Applying management methods and techniques, including agreements of appropriate room for manoeuvrament, to ensure commitment and collaboration between employees and
6.
Promoting communication and cooperation by applying methods to solve operational problems and social issues. Conflicts.
(6) The duration of the written tasks in the examination areas referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (4) shall not exceed seven hours, for each examination area at least 90 minutes.(7) If a defective performance has not been provided in the examination areas referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (4) in a written examination, an oral supplementary examination must be offered in this examination area. In the case of one or more inaccurate written examination achievements, a supplementary examination is not to be offered. The supplementary test is to be carried out on an application basis and not longer than 20 minutes. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination will be summarised in an evaluation of the examination performance. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Action-specific qualifications

(1) The "Action-specific Qualifications" review section includes the Areas of action:
1.
Chemical Production;
2.
Organization, Leadership, and Communication;
3.
Specialization Areas.
(2) The Action Area "Chemical production" is divided into the following main areas of qualification:
1.
Procedure-and Plant engineering;
2.
Chemical processes and processes;
3.
Process control engineering.
(3) The scope of action "Organization, Leadership and Communication" is divided into the following main areas of qualification:
1.
Personnel guide and development;
2.
Operating cost;
3.
Responsible Care;
4.
Quality Management;
5.
Information and Communication.
(4) The scope of action "Specialization Areas" is divided into the following elective qualification priorities:
1.
Synthesis planning;
2.
Automation and Process Control Technology;
3.
Technology;
4.
Operating controlling.
(5) In the field of action "Chemical Production", the situation task I is determined according to the basic qualifications Paragraph 6 and in the area of action "Organization, leadership and communication", taking into account the cross-disciplinary basic skills, the situation task II is set in accordance with paragraph 7. Situation Task I and Situation Task II shall be designed in such a way that the areas of competence of the areas of action referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2) are subject to at least one thematic focus. In the area of specialisation, a written preparation in accordance with paragraph 8 shall be made. The examination duration for the processing of the written situation task I is at least four hours. The duration of the examination for the processing of the written task in the situation task II is at least two hours and for the expert discussion at least 30 minutes, at most 45 minutes; for the expert discussion are 45 minutes Preparation time. The duration of the examination for the situation tasks I and II shall not exceed eight hours in total. The duration of the examination for the written preparation in the area of specialisation "Specialisation areas" shall be at least 75 minutes and at most 90 minutes.(6) The core of the Situation Task I is about two-thirds of the area of action "Chemical Production", with the focus on "Method and Plant Technology" being the main focus. The focus of the "Organization, Leadership and Communication" area of action is to be integrated with up to a third of the focus. In detail, situation task I may include the following qualification contents from the scope of action "Chemical production" with the focus according to the following numbers 1 to 3:
1.
The skill focus "Method and Plant Engineering" is intended to demonstrate the ability to process engineering processes in the production of products, taking into account occupational safety, environmental protection, plant safety and quality assurance, can plan, organise and monitor processes. This includes, taking into account scientific-technical and mathematical laws, recognizing the interrelationships and optimization possibilities of the process-engineering process and initiating appropriate measures. Furthermore, the ability to identify and take into account the effects on the process process when using new machines and plant parts, as well as in the case of changes in substances and substance parameters, is to be demonstrated. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Creating volume flows and Energy balances,
b)
Assessing the structure, operating principle and possible uses of apparatus, machinery and technical equipment, as well as their proper functioning. Use,
c)
Select the machines and installation components, taking into account interactions between raw, auxiliary, operating, and materials,
d)
Contributors to the selection of machines, apparatus, technical devices, energies and materials, while taking into account technical and economic Circumstances,
e)
Organizing and causing failures,
f)
Preventive maintenance, organization, monitoring, and coordination of maintenance actions,
g)
Coordinating and optimizing the starting, operating, and departure of assets.
2.
In the Focus "Chemical processes and processes" is to be demonstrated the ability to take account of scientific-technical and mathematical laws, occupational safety and environmental protection, plant safety and quality assurance, chemical reactions, as well as identification of production-related relationships and optimization possibilities of the processes, and to be able to initiate appropriate measures. This includes assessing the effects of changes in the process parameters. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Select production engineering Facilities and procedures taking into account different types of reaction,
b)
Evaluating and judging substances and mixtures of substances with regard to their properties and of their hazard potential,
c)
Collecting and calculating substance and energy balances,
d)
Initiating measures for the rational use of energy and resources, as well as directing energy and material flows,
e)
Run chemical reactions and select appropriate methods for process control,
f)
Assess the impact of processes on the environment and ensuring environmental protection measures; selecting and implementing appropriate procedures
3.
The main focus of the qualification "Process Control Technology" is the ability to demonstrate the ability, taking into account scientific-technical and mathematical laws, with the help of measuring, control and control equipment To evaluate and optimize processes. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Evaluate and optimize the Use of measuring devices,
b)
Use of control and control systems for process optimization,
c)
Ending and Organizing Measures to resolve failures,
d)
Ensure compliance
e)
Pressing tax and regulatory processes.
(7) Core of the written task in Situation Task II is about two-thirds of the area of action "Organization, Leadership and Communication", with special consideration being given to the "Personnel Management and Development" qualification priority. The focus areas of the "Chemical Production" area of action are to be included with up to one third. The basis of the expert discussion is the written task in situation task II. Using presentation techniques, it is intended to demonstrate the ability to analyze, structure and provide a well-founded solution for work tasks. In detail, Situation Task II may include the following skill levels from the "Organization, Leadership and Communications" area of action, with a focus under the following numbers 1 to 5:
1.
The skill focus "Human Resources Management and Development" is intended to demonstrate the ability to: Staff use, conduct, assess and propose appropriate measures for further professional development, taking into account the qualification requirements of the establishment. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Identify the qualitative and quantitative labor requirements,
b)
Select and deploy employees,
c)
Lead employees,
d)
Assess employees by staff predefined assessment systems,
e)
performing employee interviews and setting target agreements,
f)
finished job descriptions,
g)
taking action to qualify employees and Employees
2.
In the focus of the qualification "Operational Costing", the ability to assume responsibility for costs is to be demonstrated. This includes assessing cost-relevant factors in the development of costs, the development of cost structures, the calculation of costs and cost planning. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Discover and assess Related business accounting, in particular cost accounting, cost accounting, cost management and process cost accounting,
b)
Apply Calculation methods,
c)
Determining target sizes, in particular operating result, contribution contribution and measures,
d)
Perform Cost Controls,
e)
Initiate Actions to Cost influence
3.
In the Responsible Care (Responsible Care) qualification focus, the ability to demonstrate the To take into account the networking of economic, ecological and social factors. This includes being able to act responsibly in the areas of occupational safety and plant safety, as well as health and environmental protection in the context of legal regulations and operational requirements. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Review and guarantee the Labor and plant safety, health and environmental protection,
b)
Detroit vulnerabilities in occupational health and plant safety, health and safety, health and safety, and health and safety. Environmental protection and the introduction of preventive measures,
c)
Promoting the responsible actions of employees in operation,
d)
Planning and performing work and plant safety teachings, health and environmental protection,
e)
Warranty of information exchange about security and environmental issues.
4.
In the "Quality Management" qualification focus, the ability to use methods and techniques is to be able to act in a quality-conscious way and to use the Quality management can be further developed. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Reaction of customer requirements in quality objectives and quality specifications,
b)
Consideration of legal and operational requirements and quality standards as well as their adherence to their own Ensure responsibility,
c)
Describe operational processes and prepare audits and certifications,
d)
Benefits of quality management tools for continuous quality improvement and process optimization.
5.
In the "Information and Communication" qualification focus, the ability to apply methods and systems of information and communication during operation is to be demonstrated. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
a)
Insert Planning and Control systems for production, quantity, capacity and scheduling,
b)
Information and instructions of the operating management,
c)
Perform teachings and qualification measures,
d)
Communicate with Customers,
e)
Creating and ensuring framework conditions for efficient communication in the group.
(8) In the area of action "specialisation areas" shall be considered in the form of an application-related written elaboration, which shall include one or more tasks. The aim is to demonstrate the ability to analyse, structure and provide a well-founded solution. The examination participant or the examination participant shall determine one of the following elective qualification priorities in which the examination shall be carried out. In the drawing up, all qualification contents of the selected priority must be taken into account. In detail, the preparation may include the following skill levels in the area of specialisation "Specialisation areas" with the priorities set out in the following paragraphs 1 to 4: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
1.
In the "Synthesis Planning" elective qualification center, the ability to demonstrate the ability to use chemical to be able to optimize reactions. In this context, the following qualification contents are checked:
a)
Schedule the Syntheses,
b)
Reviews of the processes of electrochemical reactions and mechanisms of organic reactions,
c)
Assessment of options for influencing chemical reactions,
d)
Describe the processes at homogeneous and heterogeneous catalysis.
2.
In the elective qualification "Automation-and process control technology" the ability to demonstrate the ability to To be able to use and optimize process control systems for the production or processing of substances and mixtures of substances. In this context, the following qualification contents are checked:
a)
Co-operate in the selection of Control, control and process control systems,
b)
Ensuring communication at the interface between process engineering and process control technology in compliance with hierarchy levels of the system,
c)
Optimize control, control, and process control systems.
3.
In the "Technology" elective qualification center, the ability to demonstrate the development of a production chain, starting from the raw material to the product, is to be demonstrated. . Within this framework, the following qualification contents are checked:
a)
Translate from the laboratory-in the Scale up and develop solution suggestions for problems,
b)
Evaluate the substitution of raw, auxiliary, operational, and materials,
c)
Select appropriate procedural proposals for the execution of technological processes, as well as for the production and processing of products, and -modification.
4.
In the elective qualification "Operational Controlling" the ability to be able to act economically is to be proven. In this context, the following skill levels are considered:
a)
Business Economic Processes based on business processes and value chains, as well as developing optimization proposals,
b)
Use business performance indicators as a Information and control instrument, in particular with regard to production, personnel and logistical aspects,
c)
Measures for influencing costs and performance.
(9) In the written situation task I referred to in paragraph 6 or in the written preparation referred to in paragraph 8, a defective examination performance has been provided, is a to offer oral supplementary examination. In the case of one or more inaccurate written examinations, a supplementary examination is not to be offered. The supplementary test should be carried out in a specific and integrated way and should not last longer than 20 minutes. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination will be summarised in an evaluation of the examination performance. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Invoice of other audit services

The examination participant or the examination participant is at the request of the Removal of individual examination components by the competent body if another comparable examination is successful before a public or state-approved educational institution or before a state examination board , and the registration for the training examination takes place within five years from the date of notification of the existence of the other examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Evaluate the audit parts and pass the review

(1) The Review Parts " Cross-discipline Basic skills "and" Action-specific qualifications " are to be assessed separately according to points.(2) For the examination part "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications", a note from the arithmetic average of the scores of the achievements in the individual examination areas shall be formed.(3) In the evaluation of the examination achievements in the Situation Task I and in the written task in the Situation Task II, the weightings of the areas of action are to be based on the basis of § 5 (6) and (7). In situation task II, the expert discussion is to be assessed separately. The examination achievements in the written task and in the expert discussion are equally important to evaluate and to summarize to a point evaluation. The examination performance in the written elaboration in the area of action "Specialization areas" is to be assessed separately.(4) For the examination part "Action-specific qualifications", a note from the scores of the examination achievements in the situation tasks I and II as well as in the written elaboration must be made; the scores are in this case in the Ratio 45 to 45 to 10 weight.(5) The examination has been passed if the examination participant or the examination participant in the examination part "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications" in all examination areas at least sufficient services and in the examination part "Action-specific qualifications" in the situation tasks I and II as well as in the written elaboration have provided at least sufficient services in each case.(6) The existence of the test shall be subject to a certificate in accordance with Appendix 1 and a certificate issued in accordance with Appendix 2. The certificate according to Appendix 2 contains the grades achieved in the examination parts "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications" and "Action-specific qualifications" and the scores in the individual examination areas in accordance with § 4 and the Point evaluations in the situation tasks I and II as well as in the written elaboration. In the case of the exemption in accordance with § 6, the place and date as well as the name of the Examination Body of the other consideration shall be given. Proof of the acquisition of the vocational and occupational pedagogical qualifications in accordance with § 2 para. 2 shall be entered in the certificate. unofficial table of contents

§ 8 replay of the review

(1) Each non-passed verification part can be repeated twice.(2) Those who participate in a repeat examination and register for the repeat examination within two years, calculated from the date of termination of the non-passed examination part, shall be in individual examination areas upon request from the examination, to exempt the individually examined situation tasks I and II and the written preparation if the services provided in a previous examination have been sufficient. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Additional qualifications

If you have passed the examination in accordance with this Regulation, you can apply for the examination in further To deposit specialization areas according to § 5 (4). A certificate must be issued on the examination passed. Section 8 (1) shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Transitional rule

The up to the end of the 31. The audit procedures started in August 2009 can be completed in accordance with the previous rules. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force, expiry date

This Regulation enters into force the day after the announcement. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 7 para. 6)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 2344;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
 M u s t e r
...........................................................................
(label of competent authority)

Certificate
on the approved completion Certified
Industrial ster/Certified Industrial Product Discipline Chemistry

Mr./Woman .....................................................................
born on ............................ in ........................................
has ................................ The approved completion test

Certified industrial master/certified chemical engineering specialist in the chemical industry

according to the regulation on the approved conclusion
approved industrial master/certified Industry star-specialising in
Chemistry of 15. September 2004 (BGBl. 2337), as last amended by Article 25
the 26th Regulation of the European Parliament. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 274) has been changed,

.

This degree is assigned to level 6 in the German and European Qualifications Framework
; see Notice from 1. August 2013
(BAnz AT 20.11.2013 B2).

Date ...........................................
Signature ............................
(Responsible Body Seal)
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Appendix 2 (to § 7 paragraph 6)

(found: BGBl. I 2004, 2345-2346;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
 M u s t e r
...........................................................................
(label of competent authority)

Certificate
on the approved completion Certified
Industrial ster/Certified Industrial Product Discipline Chemistry

Mr./Woman .....................................................................
born on .......................... in .........................................
has .............................. The approved completion test

Certified industrial master/certified chemical engineering specialist in the chemical industry

according to the regulation on the approved conclusion
approved industrial master/certified Industry star-specialising in
Chemistry of 15. September 2004 (BGBl. 2337), as last amended by Article 25
the 26th Regulation of the European Parliament. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 274), with the following
results 1) passed:

Note
I. Cross-discipline basic skills ............
Review Areas: Points
Legal Action ............
Business Action ............
Applying Information Methods,
Communication and Planning ............
Operation in operation ............

(In the case of § 6: " The Examination Participant/The Examination Participant has been named after
§ 6 with regard to the in .......... before .......... Completed test
of the test component .......... ")

Note 2)
II. Action-specific qualifications ............
points
1. Situation Task I in the
Chemical Production Action Area ............
2. Situational Task II in the
Organization, Leadership and Communications Action Area ............
3. Written development in the
Area of action Specialization Areas
with the Electoral Qualification Priority ............

(In the case of § 6: " The examination participant/The examination participant has been named after
§ 6 with regard to the. in .......... before .......... Completed test
of the test component .......... ")

III. Professional and occupational pedagogical qualifications

The examination participant has the proof of the acquisition of the vocational and occupational pedagogical
knowledge by the examination in accordance with § 2 para. 2
............................... in
.............................................. before
........................................... provided.

This degree is assigned to level 6 in the German and European Qualifications Framework
; see Notice from 1. August 2013
(BAnz AT 20.11.2013 B2).

Date ..............................
Signature .......................
(Seal of Competent Body)
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1)
The ratings are based on the following point key: .................
2)
In determining the grade, the score scores for the situation tasks I and II, as well as the written elaboration in the 45 to 45 to 10 ratio, have been weighted.