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Regulation concerning vocational training for the diamond BUR / to the diamond grinder (diamond BUR training regulation DiamantAusbV) DiamantAusbV Ausfertigung date: 20.11.1989 full quotation: "diamond BUR training regulation of 20 November 1989 (BGBl. I S. 2033)" footnote this Decree is a training regulations within the meaning of section 25 of the vocational training Act. The training regulations and the thus harmonised, adopted by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany outline curriculum for vocational school will be soon published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette.
(+++ Text detection from: 1 8.1990 +++) (+++ requirements due to the EinigVtr see DiamantAusbV annex EV +++) input formula on the basis of § 25 of the vocational training Act of August 14, 1969 (BGBl. I p. 1112), last by § 24 No. 1 of the Act of 24 August 1976 (BGBl. I p. 2525) changed, is prescribed in the agreement with the Federal Minister for education and Science: section 1 State recognition of the education profession the education profession diamond BUR/diamond grinder is State-recognized.
§ 2 duration of apprenticeship training takes three years.
Section 3 education profession at least the following skills and knowledge are the subject of the vocational training: 1. vocational education and training, 2. construction and organization of the training company, 3. labour and collective bargaining law, occupational safety and health, 4. occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 5. commissioning of machinery and equipment-servicing, 6 edit or manufacture of small tools and grinding stones by cutting, 7 test and assessment of materials, 8 handling and storing supplies , 9 read, apply and create technical documents, 10 test and measurement, 11 plan of work processes as well as check and assessment of work results, 12 preparation of diamond cutting, 13 grinding and polishing of diamonds.
§ 4 training curriculum (1) to the skills and knowledge according to § 3 taking into account the priorities "Industrial diamonds" and "Jewelry diamonds" according to the included instructions for the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training curriculum) to be taught in the plant. A deviating from the training curriculum factual and temporal structure of the training content is specifically allowed, as far as practical operating characteristics require the deviation.
(2) the transfer of skills and knowledge referred to in paragraph 1 to empower the trainees to engage a qualified professional activity within the meaning of § 1 para 2 of the vocational training Act, which includes in particular independent planning, performing, and controlling in his workplace. This qualification is also in the tests to prove.
§ 5 training plan the training employer has to draw up a training plan on the basis of the training curriculum for the trainees.
§ 6 record book the trainee has to do a report portfolio in the form of a training certificate. He is to give opportunity to lead the record book during the training period. The trainers has regularly look through the record book.
§ 7 midterm (1) to determine of the level of training is making a midterm. It should take place before the end of the second year of training.
(2) the intermediate stretches taking into account article 4, paragraph 2 in the plant for the first year of the training and the number 13, letter a, letter b double letter bb and letter c for the second year of training on skills and knowledge as well as on the material to be conveyed in the vocational education according to the curriculum, as far as vocational training is essential.
(3) the candidate should be made in no more than seven hours three samples of their work. For this purpose be especially considered: sawn diamond grinding: 1 to basic shapes, 2. on corners, 3 on main facets.
(4) the candidate to solve tasks that you want to relate to real-world cases, in no more than 180 minutes in writing from the following areas: 1 building and organization of the training company, 2 labour and collective bargaining law, occupational safety and health, 3. occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 4. handling, care and maintenance of tools, equipment, machines and equipment, 5. assessment of diamond, 6 preparation of fabrication drawings, 7 test and measuring , 8 definition of workflows.
(5) columns the duration of the tests referred to in paragraph 4 in particular, as far as the written exam in the form of programmed is carried out.
§ 8 final examination (1) the audit extends consideration of section 4 paragraph 2 on the knowledge and skills listed in the annex, as well as on the curriculum taught in the vocational school insofar as it is essential for the training.
(2) the candidate should make in no more than nine hours four test pieces in the practical examination and perform work samples in no more than five hours.
As test pieces come into consideration, in particular: 1 in the focus of industrial diamonds: a) make a cut diamond before grinding a diamond from 1 to 4 mm in width on a specified angle, b) grinding and polishing a diamond in the holders of 5 to 6 mm wide, with at least three and at most five angles, c) grinding and polishing a perpendicular to ground and set diamonds in a convex shape with a RADIUS , d) rough grinding of a closed or split diamond of at least 9 mm width.
2. in the priority area of jewelry diamonds: a) grinding of a diamond in the Achtkantschliff, b) loops a cut diamond brilliant cut, c) loop of a closed diamond brilliant cut, d) loops of a diamond in the baguette or Carreeschliff.
Work samples are in particular considering: 1 in two areas: assessment of diamond crystalline structure, colour and purity;
2. a) in the focus of industrial diamonds: planning and performing an octahedron polishing on 90 degree square, b) into the focus of jewelry diamonds: planning and performing a diamond polishing on corners.
The test pieces together with 70 per cent and the samples of your work along with 30 per cent should be weighted.
(3) the candidate shall be checked in the written exam in the subjects of the examination technology, work planning, technical mathematics, as well as economic and social studies. In the audit work plan are to analyze technical problems by linking academically, technological and mathematical facts, assess and present appropriate solutions. Tasks, which should relate to real-world cases, in particular from the following areas into consideration come: 1 in the exam technology: a) processing technology, especially aa) structure, mode of action and applications of tools, equipment, machines and equipment, bb) occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, cc) release, reaming, grinding and polishing methods, dd) auxiliary materials, b) Gemmology, especially aa) formation and deposits of diamonds, bb) chemical and physical properties of diamonds , cc) diamond testing methods and criteria, dd) Diamantschliffehler, ee) gemstone classification systems;
2. in the audit work plan: a) reading and preparation of drawings and sketches, b) grinding profit and loss calculation, c) grinding and polishing speed, d) planning processes for specified jobs;
3. in the examination of technical mathematics: a) area, b) body calculation, c) measurement of labour costs, d) calculation of the value of material;
4. in the audit professional of economic and social studies: general economic and social contexts of professional and working world.
(4) for the written test is to go out of the following time limits: 1 in the testing trade technology 120 minutes, 2nd in the audit technical planning 120 minutes, 3. in the audit professional technical mathematics 60 minutes, 4th in the testing trade economic and social studies 60 minutes.
(5) columns the duration of the tests referred to in paragraph 4 in particular, as far as the written exam in the form of programmed is carried out.
(6) the written examination is to complement, if this can be decisive for the existence of testing at the request of the DUT or discretion of the Audit Committee in individual subjects by an oral examination. The written exam has the double weight to the oral. Written examination within the meaning of paragraphs 7 and 8 is also the written examination supplemented by an oral examination.
(7) within the written exam, the test compartment has the double weight technology over each of the other test subjects.
(8) the exam is passed, when in the practical and written exam, as well as within the written exam in the testing technology at least satisfactory services are rendered.
§ 9 abolition of regulations that previously defined job descriptions, training plans and examination requirements for the skilled trade, Anlernberufe and comparable regulated occupations, which are laid down in this regulation, are in particular for the occupations of diamond instruments/diamond grinder, subject to § 10 is no longer apply.
Section 10 transitional arrangements
On vocational training conditions that exist at the entry into force of this regulation, are the existing provisions continue to apply, unless the parties agree on the application of the provisions of this regulation.
§ 11 Berlin clause this Regulation shall apply to § 14 of the third of transfer Act in conjunction with section 112 of the vocational training Act also in the Federal State of Berlin.
Article 12 entry into force this regulation enters into force on 1 August 1990.
Concluding formula of the Federal Minister for economic investment (to 4) training curriculum for vocational training to the diamond BUR / to the diamond grinder (site: BGBl. I 1989, 2036 - 2041) I. common skills and knowledge item No. No. part of the education profession skills and knowledge, to provide, taking into account article 4, paragraph 2 are time values in weeks in training year 1 2 3 1 2 3 4 1 vocational training (§ 3 No. 1) a) importance of the training contract , in particular conclusion, duration and termination, explain b) mutual rights and obligations arising from the contract call c) possibilities of vocational training call during the whole training to teach 2 structure and organisation of the training company (§ 3 No. 2) a) b explain structure and tasks of the training operation) c explain basic functionality of training operation, such as procurement, production, sales and Administration) relations training operation and its workforce to business organizations , Professional organisations and trade unions call d) principles, tasks and operating constitutional organs of formed operation describe 3 labour and collective bargaining law, occupational safety and health (§ 3 No. 3) a) essential parts of the contract call b) essential provisions of the collective agreements applicable to the training operation called c) tasks of the workplace occupational health and safety as well as the competent professional association and the Labour Inspectorate explain d) substantial provisions of the occupational health and safety laws for the training operation call 4 occupational safety , Environmental protection and rational use of energy (§ 3 No. 4) a) work-related regulations of the carrier of the statutory accident insurance, especially accident prevention regulations, guidelines and fact sheets, call b) apply the occupational safety and health regulations at the workflows c) describe accidents and fire of emergence of behaviors and initiate measures first aid d) essential regulations of fire prevention and fire protection systems and fire-fighting equipment use call e) hazards posed by poisons, fumes, gases, flammable materials, as well as electric current , note f) call for training operations essential regulations on the immission and water conservation and the prevention of air pollution and note g) workplace-related environmental pollution call and contribute to their reduction h) mention the types of energy used in the training operation and possibilities of rational use of energy in the observation area and professional curtails lead 5 commissioning of machinery and equipment-servicing (§ 3 No. 5) a) tools , Devices, forms or models set a and set b) maintain cleaning tools, equipment and machinery and c protect against corrosion) ready for operation of machines check and make sure, in particular with regard to mounting, lubrication, cooling and power supply d) fuels, in particular oil, coolant and lubricants, operating rules change and fill e) machines wait after instruction and maintenance documentation, especially aa) grinding wheel in accordance with the smoothness balance bb) bearing damage detect and eliminate 4 f) tools , Devices and machines in accordance with check on functioning of their construction, their mode of action and application areas and set up 2 6 edit or making small tools and grinding stones by cutting (§ 3 No. 6) a) surfaces and shapes of tools made of metals and non-metals filing and deburring b) c separate materials after scribed by saws) drilling tools manufacture d) tools shapes and sizes turn 4 e) adapter 2phone prepare according to specified dimensions and angles f) pliers set up 2 7 test and evaluate by Materials (§ 3 No. 7) a) gems as regards their Crystallographic characteristics as well as their chemical and physical properties in gemstone classification systems classify b) stones without AIDS and magnification according to the characteristics of its appearance estimate c) stones by determining the hardness and density of check d) stones with test equipment check, measure refractive index in particular and evaluate 3 e) classify diamonds for development-related and site-typical quality differences between f) describe properties and production of synthetic diamond 3 g) diamond after our own investigations and present scientific test results in accordance with scientific criteria assess h) damaged diamonds possibilities to grinding notice 4 8 handling and storage of fuels (§ 3 No. 8) a) supplies, in particular oils and cooling lubricants, differ, their use to assign and apply b statement and documents in accordance with their danger) in accordance with the involved environmental regulations when disposing of, auxiliary materials, in particular oils, fats and acids properly store c) grinding and polishing agent in accordance with your hardness and grain size and hardness of the grinding of stones to be processed, select and apply
4 d) manufacture of abrasive powder and grinding grain describe e) grinding and Poliermasse in terms of cost-effectiveness of the diamond processing prepare and manage, especially aa) grinding powder and grinding grain select, bb) grinding and Poliermasse produce, cc) grinding and Poliermasse on wheels and rub a 2 9 read, apply and create technical documents (§ 3 No. 9) a) simple technical drawings read and implement b) make production drawings c) tables , Diagrams, standards, manuals and operating instructions read and apply 3 10 test and measurement (§ 3 No. 10) a) respecting systematic and random Meßfehlermöglichkeiten with callipers, angle blades, RADIUS and special gauges measure b polished stones, in particular their dimensions, radii and angles,) surface quality of polished stones by Sichtprüfen judge c) stones with precision scale in grams and carats weigh and record the result 3 d) intermediate and final results according to established criteria check , in particular in accordance with systematic and random measurement error possibilities of polishing accuracy and surface quality with optical instruments measure aa) with Meßlupe and Meßmikroskop, 2 bb) with Meßprojektor 3 11 schedule of work processes as well as check and assessment of work results (§ 3 No. 11) a) work flow planning according to directions, taking into account organizational and informational needs and b prepare the implementation) steps taking into account functional, constructive, production and economic considerations plan c) set d test and measuring equipment to check of the results of the work) work bench and machine set e) deviations from the nominal dimension assess and use information for the workflow 5 f) Diamond Select, especially considering their specific features, as well as in terms of their purpose and optimal material utilization g) grinding and polishing speed limits set, in particular considering the effects of heat and vibration on diamond h) optimal grinding direction determine in particular in compliance with prescribed Schlifformen and grinding compass, as well as in terms of optimal material utilization 3 i) determine optimal cutting direction , in particular in accordance with characteristics of stone and prescribed Schlifformen, as well as in terms of optimal material utilization k) work processes of separating, grinding, grinding and polishing by diamond plan according to specifications and taking into account the operating organization: aa) sequence of steps set, in particular with regard to stone features, given Schlifformen and economy, bb) independently set criteria for the evaluation of diamond cuts in the interim and final results, particularly with regard to mass , Angle and surface quality, cc) estimate duration of the individual work steps, especially with regard to Crystal shape and growth of diamonds, as well as the specified Schlifform 3 12 preparation of diamond cutting (§ 3 No. 12) prepare diamonds for cutting, in particular Trennrichtung in terms of optimal material utilization mark 2 13 grinding and polishing by Diamond (§ 3 No. 13) in accordance with the properties and characteristics of diamonds, as well as the requirements , in particular in terms of size and Schlifform a) diamonds in devices use 3 4 b) diamonds before grinding, especially aa) on corners and main facets, 10 grind bb) basic shapes drag 11 c) diamond polishing 9 11 d) damaged diamond grind 10 e) polished diamonds to grind 6 II. skills and knowledge in the areas focus A: of industrial diamonds 1 commissioning of machinery and equipment-servicing (§ 3 No. 5) machines set up for automatic processing of diamonds and commissioned 4 2 check and Evaluation of materials
(§ 3 Nr. 7) a) main components of polycrystalline materials call and b describe these materials) polycrystalline materials test and assign c taking account of their characteristics according to types and uses) damaged and to to contact industrial diamonds made of polycrystalline material check 4 3 test and measurement (§ 3 No. 10) perform functional tests in industrial diamonds, in particular in accordance with the mechanical and physical stress and the dangers of breaking of industrial diamonds 4 4 plan of work processes as well as check and assessment of work results (§ 3 No. 11) editing and assessment criteria set for industrial diamonds, in particular in accordance with the purpose, as well as the forms of industrial diamonds and diamond tools 2 5 grinding and polishing by Diamond (§ 3 No. 13) in compliance with the requirements, the mechanical and physical exertion, the differences in wear and the eruption hazards of industrial diamonds a) rough diamond industry diamond process 14 b) industrial diamonds to and grind 12 focus B: of jewelry diamonds 1 schedule of work processes as well as check and assessment of work results (§ 3 No. 11) set editing and assessment criteria for jewelry diamonds , in particular in accordance with the Schlifformen 2 2 grinding and polishing by Diamond (§ 3 No. 13) different Schlifformen and species in accordance with the Schleifkompasses run, in particular a) cut diamonds to Octagon and brilliant-cut diamonds grind 14 b) closed diamonds, in particular three pint and two pint, to brilliant sand 11 c) diamonds into fancy shapes grind EV excerpt from EinigVtr annex I 13 Annex chapter XVI functional area C section III (BGBl. II 1990) , 889, 1135) Federal law into force in the area referred to in article 3 of the Treaty, with the following stipulations: 1 vocational training Act of August 14, 1969 (Federal Law Gazette I p. 1112), last amended by article 19 of the law of December 23, 1981 (BGBl. I S. 1692), and on the basis of § 21 para 1 and 2, sections 25, 29 para 1, § 43 para. 1 and 2, § 46 para 2 , § 47 para. 3, § 76 para 2, § 77 para 5, § 80 paragraph 2, § 81 para 4, § 82 para. 2, §§ 93, 95 para 4, § 96 para 2 adopted regulations with the following stipulations: a) legal regulations according to § 21 (1) of the Act require the separate enforcement by the Federal Minister for education and science by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Federal Council. Regulations require according to article 29, paragraph 1, and section 43 of the Act the separate enforcement by the Federal Minister of economics or the otherwise competent Ministers in consultation with the Federal Minister of education and science by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Federal Council.
(b) the competent authority may admit exceptions to the education regulations according to § 25 of the Act until December 31, 1995 when even the requirements of technical rules cannot be met. The exceptions are limited in time. The Federal Minister of economics or of otherwise competent Ministers may pursuant to sentence 1 restrict the authority in consultation with the Federal Minister of education and science by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Federal Council, or revoke.
(c) the rules in training regulations according to § 25 of the law on training at inter-company training centres (section 27 of the Act) are not applied if the competent authority determines that such training is not possible.
(d) upon entry into force of the Act on the entry into force of the vocational training Act of the Federal Republic of Germany in the German Democratic Republic - IGBBiG - of 19 July 1990 (Coll. I no. 50 p. 907) existing apprenticeships be completed under the new rules, unless that an education is not possible under the new rules or the apprentice specifically wants a continuation under the previous rules. If the termination of the including is not possible under the new training regulations in the previous operation, the competent employment office and the competent authority are required to support the apprentice, to find a new training company which continues training under the new training regulations.
(e) the training period should be extended according to section 29, paragraph 3, of the Act, as far as vocational training with Abitur is performed.
(f) the Federal Minister of economics or of otherwise competent Ministers in consultation with the Federal Minister of education and Science determines by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Federal Council the application of sections 76, 77, 80-82, 86, 88, 90, 92 to 96 of the Act and the regulations adopted on the basis of these provisions.
(g) the establishments are obliged practical vocational training suitably to maintain, as necessary for the fulfilment of apprenticeship contracts, before entry into force of the Act on the entry into force of the vocational training Act of the Federal Republic of Germany in the German Democratic Republic - JGBBiG - of 19 July 1990 (Coll. I no. 50 p. 907) have been completed. For operating schools and other facilities serving the vocational education and training, this is to ensure at least until December 31, 1990. Can request which is Chambers of skilled crafts and the Chambers of Commerce and industry to examine the existing capacities of practical vocational training (in particular, workshops) are used as inter-company training centres or as trust assets are transferred at the aforementioned Chambers for use by plants.
h) as long as that do not exist in §§ 79, 87, 89 and 91 of the Act competent authorities referred to, the land determines the competent authority.
(i) apprentices, who are trained in accordance with the nomenclature of the skilled professions, be checked under the previous legislation, as far as not the Federal Minister of economics or of otherwise competent Ministers in consultation with the Federal Minister for education and science shall adopt transitional provisions by legal Ordinance which shall not require the consent of the Bundesrat, for procedures and responsibilities.
(k) the current on the day of effect of accession examination procedure in the professional training and professional retraining are completed according to the existing regulations.
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