Regulation Concerning Vocational Training For Digital Media Design And Print And Digital Media Designer And Print

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Mediengestalter Digital und Print und zur Mediengestalterin Digital und Print

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Regulation on professional training for media designers Digital and Print and the Media Designer Digital and Print

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Dig/PrintMedAusbV 2013

Date of release: 26.04.2013

Full quote:

" Regulation on vocational training as media designer Digital and Print, and media designer Digital and Print of 26. April 2013 (BGBl. I p. 1173) "

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This regulation is a training order within the meaning of § 4 of the Vocational Training Act and § 25 of the German Vocational Training Act. Craft order. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for the vocational school, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will soon be held in the official part of the Federal Gazette (Bundesanzeiger) published.

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The reason for § 4 (1) in conjunction with paragraph 4 and with § 5 of the Vocational Training Act, of which § 4 (1) is replaced by Article 232 (1) of the Regulation of 31 December 2008. October 2006 (BGBl. 2407), and on the basis of the first sentence of Article 25 (1) of the Craft Regulations, which was last amended by Article 146 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 of the media designer Digital and Print and the media designer Digital and Print will state-recognized
1.
according to § 4 paragraph 1 of the Vocational Training Act and
2.
according to § 25 of the Craft order for commercial training Number 40 "Printers" of Appendix B, Section 1 of the Craft Regulations.
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§ 2 Duration of vocational training

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

§ 3 Structure of vocational education and training

Vocational training is divided into
1.
common training content,
2.
subject-related training content in one of the disciplines
a)
Consulting and Planning,
b)
Design and Visualization,
c)
Design and Technology as well
3.
to be determined by the training contract Selection qualifiers from the selection lists I to III according to § 4 paragraph 3 number 1 to 3.
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§ 4 Training framework, vocational training

(1) The subject of vocational training is at least the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the training framework plan (Appendix) (professional capacity for action). An organization of the training which deviates from the training framework plan is admissible in particular insofar as the deviation requires the deviation from the operational experience.(2) Vocational training is broken down as follows:

Section A
Common skills, knowledge and skills:
1.
labor organization,
2.
design basics,
3.
Data Handling,
4.
Media Integration,
5.
VET, labor and collective bargaining,
6.
Construction and organization of the Training operations,
7.
Safety and health at work,
8.
Environmental protection;
Section B
Skills, knowledge and skills in the field of consulting and planning:
1.
Communication and Cooperation,
2.
Customer-oriented Marketing Measures,
3.
Project Planning and Conception,
4.
customer relationships and presentation,
5.
two choice qualifiers from list I after Paragraph 3, point 1,
6.
two choice qualifiers from List II in accordance with paragraph 3, point 2,
7.
an elective qualification unit from select list III according to paragraph 3, point 3;
Section C
Skills, knowledge and skills in the field of conception and Visualization:
1.
Analysis of the order and design of the design,
2.
Visualization of ideas and drafts,
3.
design vote,
4.
media-friendly elaboration,
5.
two choice qualifiers from list I, as referred to in paragraph 3 Number 1,
6.
two choice qualifiers from select list II as defined in paragraph 3, point 2,
7.
an optional selection unit from select list III in accordance with paragraph 3, point 3;
Section D
skills, knowledge and skills in the design and design discipline Technique:
1.
Work Planning,
2.
design-oriented production,
3.
technically oriented production,
4.
Submission and Output Processes,
5.
Two Election Qualifiers from List I, as referred to in paragraph 3 Number 1,
6.
two choice qualifiers from select list II as defined in paragraph 3, point 2,
7.
an election qualification unit from shortlist III in accordance with paragraph 3, point 3.
(3) The elective qualification units of the individual subject areas will be obtained from the following Selection lists I, II, and III:
1.
Selection list I: Lfd. Nr.Electoral qualification unit
Advice and Planning Specialist
Design and
Visual Specialization
Design and
Technology
I.1 commercial order processing I X
I.2 Creativity techniques X X
I.3 Media Production X
I.4 typographic design X
I.5 Digital Image Editing I X
I.6 Production of digital media I  X
I.7 Data Output Processes X
I.8 Hard-and software X
I.9 Photogravure drawing I X
I.10 MusikNode Manufacturing I X
I.11 Packing Design I X
I.12 Geographic I X
I.13 Decorator Manufacturing I X
I.14 3-D object creation X
I.15 3-D-staging I X
I.16 platforms for interactive communication I X X
2.
Selection list II: Lfd. Nr.Electoral qualification unit
Advice and Planning Specialist
Design and
Visual Specialization
Design and
Technology
II.1 cost-and-performance-invoice X
II.2 Project execution X
II.3 Design concept I X
II.4 Design of print media X X
II.5 Design of digital media X X
II.6 digital image editing II X
II.7 Production of digital media II X
II.8 System Care I X
II.9 Database application X
II.10 Print Forming X
II.11 Reprography I X
II.12 Print further processing X
II.13 Digital Photography X
II.14 Editionstechnik I X
II.15 Photogravure Drawing II X
II.16 MusikNode production II X
II.17 Packing II X
II.18 Geographic II X
II.19 Decorator Manufacturing II X
II.20 Fotolabortechnik X
II.21 Large-format digital print I X
II.22 3-D-staging II X
II.23 3-D moving image X
II.24 Contenterposition I X
II.25 Platforms for interactive communication II XX
3.
Selection list III: Lfd. Nr.Electoral qualification unit
Advice and planning specialization
Design and visualisation direction
Design and technology
III.1 commercial order processing II X 
III.2 Design concept II X
III.3Text, graphic, and image data editing X
III.4 Product-oriented Design X
III.5 Database-based media production X
III.6 Interactive Media Production X
III.7 Audiovisual Media Production X
III.8 System Care II X
III.9 digital printing formwork X
III.10 Digital print X
III.11 Reprografie II X
III.12 Micrograph X
III.13 Gravure Printing X
III.14 Editionstechnik II X
III.15 Photogravure Drawing III X
III.16 MusikNode production III  X
III.17 Packing III X
III.18 Geographic III X
III.19 Decorator Manufacturing III X
III.20 Large-format digital print II X
III.21 3-D-Standimage X
III.22 ContenterPosition II X
III.23 Communication Planning and Performance Control X
4) Optional qualification units with an ascending order number must be conveyed to the training content of the previous election qualification unit upon entry into the higher-quality electoral qualification unit. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Implementation of vocational education and training

(1) The skills, knowledge and skills referred to in this Regulation shall be conveyed in such a way as to enable the trainees to carry out a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (3) of the Vocational Training Act, which in particular shall be responsible for planning, carrying out and controlling self-employed persons is included.(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 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out in order to determine the level of training. It is to take place at the end of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills, knowledge and skills listed in the Annex for the first three years of training, as well as the teaching material to be used during that period in the course of vocational education, to the extent that: vocational training is essential.(3) The intermediate examination takes place in the following examination areas:
1.
Design and Realization of a Media Product,
2.
Design basics and media production,
3.
Communications, labor and social law.
(4) In The examination area Design and realization of a media product should be carried out by the examinee a practical task. In the examination areas of design principles and media production as well as communication, labour law and social law, he aims to deal with tasks relating to cases from practice in writing. The examination time shall not exceed seven hours. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Advice or journeyman's examination in the field of advice and planning

(1) Through the completion or journeyman's examination is to determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional capacity to act. In the completion or journeying check, the audit report is intended to demonstrate that it
1.
professional skills,
2.
possesses the necessary professional knowledge and skills and
3.
The training regulations are based on the training regulations.
The training regulations must be based on the training regulations.(2) The completion or journeyman examination consists of the following examination areas:
1.
Project planning and -conception,
2.
design and design,
3.
media production,
4.
Communication,
5.
Economic and Social Science.
(3) For the Project Planning and Planning Examination Area -conception consists of the following:
The test object is to prove that it is capable of
1.
analyze customer requirements and develop a project design,
2.
media products under Consideration of personnel, materials, costs and deadlines to plan,
3.
Developing product designs,
4.
visualizing the project concept and presenting it in consideration of the drafts.
The test piece is to create a test piece I and a test piece II and to Test piece I carry out a presentation.
The test piece I consists of a project concept and the realization of a product design. After completion of the task, the examination committee must submit the project concept no later than ten working days. The implementation of the product design should not exceed 6.5 hours.
The project concept is to be presented to the examination board. The presentation should not exceed a duration of 30 minutes.
In the case of the task for the examination piece II, the choice of qualification stipulated in the training contract is to be taken into consideration in accordance with § 4 (3) (3). The examination piece II should not exceed the duration of two hours.
The test piece I is to be weighted at 50 percent, the presentation with 25 percent and the examination piece II with 25 percent.(4) For the design and design examination area, the following guidelines exist:
The test object is to represent that it is capable of
1.
To perform order planning, review order documents, and create work instructions,
2.
To apply design principles to target groups and media, selecting media elements by content and statement,
3.
Design, assess and optimize media products,
4.
media-law to
5.
Developing ideas through creativity techniques and implementing them in project concepts,
6.
apply presentation techniques,
7.
evaluate market analysis and results of market research, and To analyze the needs and behaviors of media users,
8.
evaluate customer contacts.
The test object is to write practice-related tasks Edit. The examination time is 90 minutes.(5) For the Media Production Examination Area, the following preferences exist:
The test object is to represent that it is capable of
1.
Contexts of media-specific workflows, data flows and interfaces for work organization,
2.
Create data order-specific, edit, assemble, and manage data in a production-oriented way,
3.
Check data for technical quality criteria,
4.
Design files media-friendly and To create production capability,
5.
Use industry-specific hardware and software to meet the requirements of the contract.
The test item is to be used in writing practice-related tasks Edit. The examination time is 90 minutes.(6) For the Communication Examination Area, there are the following preferences:
The test object should represent that it is capable of
1.
German-and English-language sources of information to use,
2.
corrections are standard-compliant
3.
Use communication forms and rules,
4.
Communication paths and -To use means,
5.
Document work flows and results.
The examinee is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 60 minutes.(7) The following guidelines exist for the examination area of economic and social studies:
The examinee is to demonstrate that he is able to present general economic and social contexts of the working and working world and
The examinee is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 60 minutes.(8) The individual examination areas must be weighted as follows:
1.
Project Planning and Conceptswith 50 percent,
2.
and Designwith 15 Percent,
3.
Production with 15 percent,
4.
5.
Communicationwith 10 percent,
Economic and social studieswith 10 percent.
(9) The completion or journeyline is passed if the benefits are as follows: evaluated:
1.
in the overall result with at least "sufficient",
2.
in the Project Planning and Conception Exam area, at least "sufficient",
3.
in at least three further examination areas with at least "sufficient" and
4.
in no examination area with "insufficient".
(10) At the request of the examinee, the examination is in a to supplement, by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes, the examination areas which have been assessed as being less than "sufficient" in accordance with points 2 to 5 of paragraph 2, if this can be the result of the completion of the final examination or a journeyman's examination. In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Examination or journeyman's examination in the field of design and visualization

(1) By completing or completing the final examination, Gesellenprüfung is to determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional ability to act. The test specimen is intended to demonstrate that it
1.
the required professional skills
2.
possesses the necessary professional knowledge and skills, and
3.
with The training regulations must be based on the training material which is essential for vocational education and training.
(2) The completion or journeyout consists of the following examination areas:
1.
Design concept and visualization,
2.
Design and design,
3.
Media Production,
4.
Communication,
5.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the design concept and visualization examination area, the following guidelines exist:
The test piece is to prove that it is capable of is,
1.
Analyze customer requirements and use them to create design ideas for media products develop,
2.
create a design concept and visualize design ideas for media products presentation ripe,
3.
To prepare a product of its design concept in a media-specific way,
4.
the design concept under To present the visualized design ideas into consideration.
The test piece is to produce a test piece I and a test piece II and carry out a presentation on the test piece I.
The test piece I consists of a Design concept and the realization of a media part product. After completion of the task, the examination committee must submit the design concept no later than ten working days. The implementation of the media component should not exceed 6.5 hours.
The design concept is to be presented to the examination board. The presentation should not exceed a duration of 30 minutes.
In the case of the task for the examination piece II, the choice of qualification stipulated in the training contract is to be taken into consideration in accordance with § 4 (3) (3). The examination piece II should not exceed the duration of two hours.
The test piece I is to be weighted at 50 percent, the presentation with 25 percent and the examination piece II with 25 percent.(4) For the design and design examination area, the following guidelines exist:
The test object is to represent that it is capable of
1.
To perform order planning, review order documents, and create work instructions,
2.
To apply design principles to target groups and media, selecting media elements by content and statement,
3.
Design, assess and optimize media products,
4.
media-law to
5.
Developing ideas using creativity techniques and implementing them in design concepts,
6.
To apply presentation techniques,
7.
visualizing drafts and taking into account to realize media-specific, design, technical, economic and scheduling framework conditions.
The examinee is to process practical tasks in writing. The examination time is 90 minutes.(5) For the Media Production Examination Area, the following preferences exist:
The test object is to represent that it is capable of
1.
Contexts of media-specific workflows, data flows and interfaces for work organization,
2.
Create data order-specific, edit, assemble, and manage data in a production-oriented way,
3.
To prepare data for cross-media and media-specific usage
4.
Media Elements product-oriented,
5.
Create design files in a media-appropriate and production-capable way,
6.
apply industry-specific hardware and software to work order,
7.
products by technical Testing and optimising quality criteria.
The test object is to process practical tasks in writing. The examination time is 90 minutes.(6) For the Communication Examination Area, there are the following preferences:
The test object should represent that it is capable of
1.
German-and English-language sources of information to use,
2.
corrections are standard-compliant
3.
Use communication forms and rules,
4.
Communication paths and -To use means,
5.
Document work flows and results.
The examinee is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 60 minutes.(7) The following guidelines exist for the examination area of economic and social studies:
The examinee is to demonstrate that he is able to present general, economic and social contexts of the working and working world, and
The examinee is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 60 minutes.(8) The individual examination areas must be weighted as follows:
1.
Design Design and Visualizationwith 50 percent,
2.
and Designwith 15 Percent,
3.
Production with 15 percent,
4.
5.
Communicationwith 10 percent,
Economic and social studieswith 10 percent.
(9) The completion or journeyline is passed if the benefits are as follows: evaluated:
1.
in the overall result with at least "sufficient",
2.
in the Design Design and Visualization examination area at least "sufficient",
3.
in at least three further examination areas with at least "sufficient" and
4.
in no examination area with "insufficient".
(10) At the request of the test item, the examination is in to be supplemented by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes, if this may be the case for the existence of the conclusion or journeyman's examination, by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes, with less than "sufficient" than "sufficient" examination areas. In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Examination or journeyman's examination in the field of design and technology

(1) By completing or completing the examination Gesellenprüfung is to determine whether the examinee has acquired the professional ability to act. The test specimen is intended to demonstrate that it
1.
the required professional skills
2.
possesses the necessary professional knowledge and skills, and
3.
with The training regulations must be based on the training material which is essential for vocational education and training.
(2) The completion or journeyman check consists of the following examination areas:
1.
Design and Technical Realization,
2.
Design and Design,
3.
Media Production,
4.
Communication,
5.
Economic and social studies.
(3) For the design and technical realization of the examination area, the following guidelines exist:
The examinee is to prove that he/she is is able to analyze
1.
tasks, develop a solution proposal, and document,
2.
perform a production-oriented work planning in a media-specific way,
3.
To prepare and edit media data from a design point of view,
4.
Subproducts of the The test piece I consists of a test piece I and a test piece II.

The test piece I consists of a test piece I and a test piece II.
The test piece I consists of a Solution proposal with work planning and the preparation of a partial product of media production. After completion of the task, a proposal for a solution with work planning is to be submitted to the examination board at the latest after ten working days. The production of the partial product of the media production shall not exceed seven hours.
In the case of the task for the examination piece II, the electoral qualification unit defined in the training contract is to be assigned in accordance with § 4 (3) (3). shall be considered. The examination piece II should not exceed the duration of two hours.
The test piece I is to be weighted at 75 per cent and the examination piece II with 25 per cent.(4) For the design and design examination area, the following guidelines exist:
The test object is to represent that it is capable of
1.
Schedule work orders and procedures, monitor data flow, and document work products,
2.
To implement customer preferences and design designs, taking into account the design principles and standards,
3.
Design, assess and optimize media products,
4.
media-law to ,
5.
To select media elements in terms of production and design according to content and statement, with typographic and design rules
The examinee is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 90 minutes.(5) For the Media Production Examination Area, the following preferences exist:
The test object is to represent that it is capable of
1.
Create data order-specific, edit, assemble, and manage data in a production-oriented way
2.
Create media products for and out of print,
3.
Data for cross-media and media-specific use,
4.
industry-specific hardware and software to apply to the application,
5.
Check and optimize products by technical quality criteria,
6.
Processes under To control and optimize the consideration of production specifications.
The test object is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 90 minutes.(6) For the Communication Examination Area, there are the following preferences:
The test object should represent that it is capable of
1.
German-and English-language sources of information to use,
2.
corrections are standard-compliant
3.
Use communication forms and rules,
4.
Communication paths and -To use means,
5.
Document work flows and results.
The examinee is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 60 minutes.(7) The following guidelines exist for the examination area of economic and social studies:
The examinee is to demonstrate that he is able to present general economic and social contexts of the working and working world and
The examinee is to work in writing practice-related tasks. The examination time is 60 minutes.(8) The individual examination areas must be weighted as follows:
1.
Design translation and technical realizationwith 50 percent,
2.
and Designwith 15 Percent,
3.
Production with 15 percent,
4.
5.
Communicationwith 10 percent,
Economic and social studieswith 10 percent.
(9) The completion or journeyline is passed if the benefits are as follows: evaluated:
1.
in the overall result with at least "sufficient",
2.
in the Design Realization and Technical Realization area, at least "sufficient",
3.
in At least three further examination areas with at least "sufficient" and
4.
in no examination area with "insufficient".
(10) At the request of the test item, the Examination in one of the examination areas which have been assessed to be worse than "sufficient", in accordance with the second subparagraph of paragraph 2, to be supplemented by an oral examination of approximately 15 minutes if this is the case for the existence of the final examination or journeyman's examination . In determining the result for this examination area, the previous result and the result of the oral supplementary examination in the ratio of 2: 1 are to be weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Entry into force, override

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 2013, in force. At the same time, the regulation on vocational training as media designer Digital and Print/to the media designer Digital and Print of the 2. May 2007 (BGBl. 628), the Regulation on vocational training for the manufacturer of decorative equipment (s) of the 15. December 1994 (BGBl. 3828), the Regulation on vocational training in the field of photo-abortion/photo-abortion of 16. January 1981 (BGBl. 88) and the Ordinance on Vocational Training for the Fotomedienlaborant/Fotomedienlaborantin of 10. December 1997 (BGBl. 3177). unofficial table of contents

asset (to § 4, paragraph 1, sentence 1)
training framework
for vocational training
to media designer Digital and Print and media designer Digital and Print

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2013, 1181-1202)
Section A: Shared skills, knowledge and skills Lfd.
No.Part of the
Training profession training
skills, knowledge, and capability time guide values
in weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
1 Work organization
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A
number 1)
a)
Order documents as well as analog and digital templates according to the order description on Check completeness and technical feasibility, taking media-specific particularities into account
b)
Define order objectives and subtasks, in this case Take into account quality criteria that meet the requirements of the order and derive process paths for production
c)
Media law requirements for order planning take into account
d)
Schedule and monitor appointments, taking into account technical realization options and schedule constraints
e)
Creating work instructions and documenting work flows
f)
German-English and English-language Use information sources
g)
Grant and collect information, including in a foreign language
h)
considering behaviors, norms, and values of other cultures in business contacts
i)
Planning and editing tasks in a team; reconcile and evaluate results
j)
Possibilities for Apply conflict control in a team
10 
k)
document the amount of material and time it takes and evaluate it in the target/actual comparison
l)
on the design of your own workplace, taking into account operational requirements and ergonomic aspects
m)
Measures to improve the organisation of work and -Propose sequences
n)
The economic and environmentally friendly use of work and organization resources at work organisation taking into account
4
2 Design basics
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section A
Number 2)
a)
Basic elements of the Use design to take into account the design laws
b)
Proportion, rhythm, color, and contrast in design
c)
create media-friendly design compositions free and according to layout preferences
d)
Font effect Assess macro-and micro-typography







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e)
Apply write and design rules, and
f)
Design, assess and optimize media products under media and target group-specific
g)
Choose media-and design-oriented fonts, with the
h)
Use color as a design tool, including aspects of color physiology and psychology consider
i)
Select graphics and images by content and statement and use design
j)
Apply and convert production-typical dimensions and devices
k)
media-law rules at the Take the design into
10
3 Data handling
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section A
Number 3)
a)
Select System Components and Software Applications Order-Related
b)
Data Formats
c)
Use data organization and management for specific application, file name conventions, and use different application areas.
c)
apply
d)
Use findings from the context of work flows, flows, and interfaces for your organization of work
e)
Provide and print data usage-related
f)
data security systems apply
g)
Use internal and external services and networks to exchange information
h)
Optimize data for data
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i)
judge and deploy networks, hard and software interfaces
j)
Transfer and convert data, taking media-specific standards into consideration
k)
Select and apply compression techniques
l)
Data management and version control systems deploy
m)
Use, manage and create file information and metadata
n)
Databases to manage media data use
6
4 Media Integration
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section A
Number 4)
a)
take over data, create cross-media usage and convert media-specific
b)
Apply color spaces and color systems
c)
electronic production media order-specific deploy
d)
digitize analog data and merge it with digital data
e)
for Different uses combine data types
f)
continuously controlling workflows for compliance, in the event of deviations Correct
g)
Control and optimize work results
h)
Applying quality assurance measures in your own workspace, respecting standards and norms
i)
Maintaining, maintaining and maintaining the tools, devices and systems used as part of quality management and initiating
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j)
Work steps for the integration of different data structures set
k)
Define and convert color for cross-media and media-specific usage, with output-specific standards and norms
l)
Creating data for different output media and different system platforms
6
5Vocational Training, Work and Tariffy
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section A
Number 5)
a)
Significance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination, explain
b)
name mutual rights and obligations from the training contract
c)
Possibilities of professional
d)
essential parts of the employment contract
e)
essential parts of the contract
Terms and conditions of the collective agreements applicable to the setting up







































6 Construction and organization of the training company
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A
number 6)
a)
Construction and Explain the tasks of the forming enterprise
b)
explain the basic functions of the forming enterprise
c)
The relationships of the training company and its workforce to economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, tasks and working methods of the company's constitutional or personnel representation legal
7 Safety and Health at work
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A
number 7)
a)
Threat to safety and health at work, and measures to avoid them
b)
Apply occupational health and accident prevention regulations
c)
Describe accidents and initiate first actions
d)
Rules of the Apply preventive fire protection; describe behaviour in fires and take measures to combat
8 Environmental protection
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section A
number 8)
To avoid operation-related Contribute to environmental impacts in the occupational impact area, in particular
a)
possible Environmental impact of training and its contribution to environmental protection by means of examples
b)
regulations of the training company in force of the Applying Environmental
c)
Opportunities for Economic and Use environmentally friendly energy and material use
d)
Avoid waste, feed materials and materials to environmentally friendly


Section B: Skills, knowledge and skills in the field of consulting and planning Lfd.
No.Part of the
training job image to be taught
skills, knowledge and Capability Time RightsValues
in Weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
1 Communication
and cooperation
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B
number 1)
a)
Apply communication rules, their impact on workflows, and communication processes Note
b)
Check communication environment, use different forms of communication and means
c)
Define terms and use in communication processes
d)
Team work as a means of communication and cooperation
e)
Applying conflict resolution strategies in consulting
f)
Evaluate information sources to task, visualize and present facts
g)
giving feedback about work
7
2 Customer-oriented
Marketing Measures
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section B
Number 2)
a)
Define a marketing target with the customer
b)
Evaluate market analysis and results from market research for the customer
c)
needs and Analyze behaviors of media users and derive requirements for the project concept with the customer
d)
Budget by time, actions, and instruments the marketing
7
3 Project Planning
and Design
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section B
Number 3)
a)
Planning projects, in particular personnel, material, appointment and cost planning
b)
consider copyright and related rights when planning media products
c)
Applying operational standards to perform project execution at different tasks
d)
Develop project concepts and optimize the team
e)
The effect and function of the various media Schedule and set propagation media
f)
consider the connection of technical and economic aspects
g)
setting quality assurance measures
7
4 Customer Relations
and Presentation
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section B
Number 4)
a)
based on appreciation, respect and trust as the basis for customer-oriented behavior and success Working together
b)
Identify customer requests, compare the company's service offerings, and learn how to use them for customer advice. derive
c)
Planning, performing, and reprocessing consulting and sales calls
d)
presenting and justifying project concepts
e)
Accepting complaints and working Initiate Actions
f)
Evaluate customer contacts and prepare results for operational
7


Section C: Skills, knowledge and skills in the design and visualization discipline Lfd.
No.Part of the
training job image to be taught
skills, knowledge and Capability Time RightsValues
in Weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
1 Analysis of work order
and elaboration of
conception
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C
number 1)
a)
Evaluate customer requirements, derive task creation, and order targets set
b)
Research order environment; analyze and define target groups
c)
deploying creativity techniques to the collection of ideas
d)
Ideas media-specific to technical,
e)
Create conceptions, match the task, and make decision-making processes documenting
7
2 Visualization
of ideas and drafts
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C
number 2)
a)
Develop design variants, in particular perspective, stylistic means, typography and image effects consideration
b)
Design graphic characters
c)
Graphics, charts, and illustrations design
d)
Develop design rasters, taking into account formats, text and image content
e)
Select and edit image motifs, taking into account the image selection and impact
f)
Design vote on output media, taking into account in particular color, contrast, structure, texture, and material properties
g)
Media products presentation-ready
7
3 Design reconciliation
(§ 4 (2) Section C
, point 3)
a)
Applying communication rules and considering their impact on communication processes
b)
present ideas development and variants; introduce design concepts and justify
c)
Complete and document decision processes with the
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4 media-friendly
elaboration
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section C
number 4)
a)
Optimize drafts according to the outcome of the design reconciliation
b)
Check design files for completeness and technical feasibility
c)
drafts media-friendly and create production capability
d)
use media-friendly quality assurance control procedures
e)
Evaluate work results and match work order
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Section D: Skills, knowledge and skills in design and technology Lfd.
No.Part of the
Training profession image to be used
skills, knowledge, and skill-time guidelines
in weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
1 Work Planning
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section D
Number 1)
a)
Analyze work order, select process paths for production, and set
b)
Identify production steps, review, plan, and monitor technical capacity
c)
Provide working documents and data with order related
d)
Data from different sources
e)
observe legal requirements when using data
f)
documenting work results
7
2 design-oriented
production
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D
number 2)
a)
Prepare customer preferences and own design ideas, and present
b)
Design and technically realize graphical elements
c)
Edit images and graphics from a design point of view
d)
Design designs by Technically implement typographic and design rules
e)
Select and apply appropriate software tools for media production
f)
Checking and optimizing work products design-
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3 technically-oriented
production
(§ 4 paragraph 2 Section D
number 3)
a)
perform analog-to-digital conversion
b)
Edit, correct, and optimize media-specific data with application programs
c)
Control and monitor production process, recognizing, customizing, and performing routine processes
d)
merge data into a media product, back up and archive data
e)
data managing in networks and ensuring data security
f)
documenting work processes, controlling results, and correcting for deviations
7
4 Submission and
Output Processes
(§ 4 Paragraph 2 Section D
Number 4)
a)
Products handed over or out-of-print
b)
Control and optimize transfer or output processes in compliance with manufacturing constraints
c)
Check for compliance with customer preferences and quality preferences, and correct them for deviations
d)
Deliver or Print Products
e)
Document Deliver or Output
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Election qualifiers from the selection list I Lfd.
Nr.Electoral qualification unit to teach
skills, knowledge and Capability Time RightsValues
in Weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
I.1 commercial
order processing I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.1)
a)
distinguishing typical business processes
b)
apply organization and office communications media
c)
perform correspondence
d)
Creating and evaluating offers for creating offers
e)
Accounting as an instrument Commercial control and control of examples of training operations as well as the structure of the accounting system
f)
Methods of operational Apply Performance Capture
g)
Apply Cost and Performance Invoice
8
I.2 Creativity techniques
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.2)
a)
Collect ideas, formulate and evaluating
b)
visualizing design
8
I.3 Media production
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.3)
a)
Production processes of print and digital media as a basis for the Consider implementability
b)
Review the feasibility of customer requirements and consider when
8
I.4 typographic design
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.4)
a)
fonts and colors target group-and media-oriented
b)
different Developing design variants for customer presentation
c)
Developing design concepts for digital and print media
d)
technically implementing drafts for different media
e)
Text and number groups in tabular form
f)
visualize numerical values in diagram form
g)
Review work results and
8
I.5 digital image editing I
(§ 4, paragraph 3, point 1, lfd. No. I.5)
a)
Check analog and digital images for technical usability, and document results
b)
capture analog image data, take over digital image data, set image sections, and perform format transformations
c)
performing retouching to image data
d)
masking and freeing image contents
e)
Fit image data according to its use in contrast and brightness
f)
Image data structured, naming, and backing
8
I.6 Production
of digital media I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.6)
a)
distinguish navigation structures and assess performance characteristics
b)
structure and document digital product, structure and document
c)
Digital product content translating in a page description language
d)
transform the form of the digital product with cascading style sheets
e)
distinguish script languages and assess usage options
f)
Effects and automatic processes in Transform a script language
g)
Play image and sound material, perform standard and format
8
I.7 Data output processes
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.7)
a)
Select data output devices for different application areas
b)
Configure data output devices and prepare for data output
c)
Verify data for output capability
d)
Print data to various media by default by use
e)
Work products on check other
8 
I.8 Hard-and Software
(§ 4, paragraph 3, point 1, lfd. No. I.8)
a)
Connecting and running computers and peripherals
b)
Keep system states and keep them in place. backing up
c)
Installing and integrating software applications
d)
Hardware components installing and
8 
I.9 Photogravure drawing I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.9)
a)
make a distribution drawing, consider offset
b)
Edit and add pattern
c)
Create color separations for jewelry
8
I.10 MusiNode production I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.10)
a)
Define sound types, different note keys,
apply dynamic, pre-order, and clock tasks for music node production
b)
Place technical and musical play instructions as well as punctuation marks on music node pages
c)
translate rhythmic peculiarities and complex subsets and graphic features
d)
Templates Convert to music pages, using subject-specific stitch rules
8
I.11 Packing design I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.11)
a)
collect different packaging types and their specific parameters, and apply
b)
Classify packaging materials by raw materials and their manufacturing processes, derive manufacturing aspects and design packaging materials
c)
The design of packaging-specific printing techniques
d)
d)
Free-to-handle drawings as scribble ready for work preparation
e)
Drafts black and white and
)
g)
g)
g)
g)
g)
Capture the manufacturing parameter and translate it into production data
h)
Adaptions of existing Perform packaging, taking into account packaging-specific pressure parameters
i)
Industry-specific dimension in packaging design and design , while taking into account
8
I.12 Geographic I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.12)
a)
interpret, evaluate, and use space-related information sources and aerial images for the map
b)
Prepare source material for further use in compliance with copyright protection; and assess
c)
digitize analog templates vector-and pixel-oriented
d)
Link space-related information with cartographic presentation means and make large-scale topographic information models and thematic representations derived
8
I.13Decorator Manufacturing I
(§ 4, paragraph 3, point 1, lfd. No. I.13)
a)
Reconstruct templates and reconstruct decorating elements, taking into account the pressure-specific conditions
b)
separate color separations for real colors
c)
Work Product for Completeness, Size and Color check
d)
Create flat and cylindrical body windings and check for fit accuracy
8
I.14 3-D object creation
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.14)
a)
Reference Material Capture and edit
b)
Create references for models
c)
Objects and scenes creating and editing
d)
Importing and customizing data, especially vector, pixel, and 3-D data
e)
Exporting objects and scenes
8
I.15 3-D-staging I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.15)
a)
Analyze reference materials surface properties
b)
Define and apply materials for 3-D objects
c)
Set camera and scene
d)
distinguish and apply light and shading types, create scene-specific lighting
e)
Define image output, presettings to the type and quality of image calculations, and start computing process (rendering), control work results, and
8
I.16 Platforms for
interactive communication I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 1, lfd. No. I.16)
a)
Select online applications by destinations and target groups
b)
Interfaces between online applications and Using web presences and networking between online applications
c)
Content in content to different online applications and
d)
Customize and optimize images and graphics
e)
Audio and video data, and Check animations for suitability for use in online applications and make changes
f)
Manage and archive data, and for use in online applications provide
g)
detect technical malfunctions and initiate actions to resolve them
h)
Press and media law, press-related responsibility, media-law commitments, as well as privacy policy
i)
Terms of Use and Behaviour in Online
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Election qualifiers from the selection list II Lfd.
Nr.Electoral Qualification Unit
Skills, Knowledge and Capability TimesTime values
in weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
II.1 Cost-and-
performance invoice
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 2, lfd. No. II.1)
a)
Collect cost types and assign cost centers
b)
determine cost records
c)
Determine the cost of services rendered, and in time comparison and in the To evaluate-actual comparison, document results
d)
Use the results of the operating accounting for the commercial control and
6
II.2 Project execution
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.2)
a)
coordinate project execution with operational organizational units involved, monitor appointments
b)
Work orders and coordinate outside services
c)
in case of operational Inform customers of deviations in project flow, show solution alternatives
d)
consider customer-related deviations in project implementation, Determining cost changes
e)
documenting project flow and quality controls
f)
Control target achievement, target actual comparisons due to pre-set planning data
6
II.3 Design concept I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.3)
a)
Develop design concepts and in a team optimize
b)
Schedule and prepare presentation conversations
c)
Design concepts Present and justify
d)
Reprocess and evaluate presentation
6
II.4 Design of
print media
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.4)
a)
Font, graphic elements, and Combine images to meet target groups
b)
assess and apply color combinations
c)
Special colors work specific
d)
Printable target-group-oriented select
e)
Colors on printing stock
f)
Print finishing options and
g)
ensure technical feasibility of the
6
II.5 Design of
digital media
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.5)
a)
Applying design principles for digital media
b)
Use font as a design tool and the Applying macro and micro-typography rules
c)
Develop and apply design language for digital media
d)
Design of the product's user guidance to target audience and the technical capabilities of the output medium
e)
Design to the technical capabilities of the output medium
f)
Data formats for the Determine output medium
6
II.6 Digital Image Processing II
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 2, lfd. No. II.6)
a)
Edit image data content and prepare it for technical processing
b)
Connecting, editing, and merging to new products
c)
Image Modifications , while respecting color equations and conversions
d)
Image data using a test system for compliance with the specifications check
e)
Print image data according to its intended use, and ensure that you can continue to use it for archiving and data
6
II.7 Production
of Digital Media II
(§ 4 paragraph 3 Number 2, lfd. No. II.7)
a)
distinguish programming languages and assess performance characteristics
b)
Processes using a Automate the programming language
c)
Create input and output and evaluate it using a script language
d)
Listen, view, order, and order related images
e)
Sound after
f)
Image recordings according to editorial requirements and design aspects edit
6
II.8 System Support I
(§ 4 Paragraph 3 (2), (lfd). No. II.8)
a)
EDP systems differ due to their performance and select according to their use
b)
assemble and connect hardware components
c)
Install the operating system and configuring
d)
Installing and configuring industry-standard application programs
e)
documenting systems and documenting configuration
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II.9 Database application
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.9)
a)
distinguish database products and select order related
b)
prepare data of different formats for database applications
c)
Import data and export
d)
Set database structures, define keys and links
e)
Set and deploy security mechanisms, especially access options,
f)
Test and optimize database systems
g)
Queries and reports of data sets creating
h)
Applications, in particular interface programs, in a macro or programming
6
II.10 Print Form Manufacturing
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 2, lfd. No. II.10)
a)
Check the data and copy templates for completeness and technical feasibility, define corrective instructions if necessary
b)
shoot out pages, arrange for use, position and verify
c)
Control elements integrating
d)
Create and review audit patterns
e)
Revisioning pattern corrections running
f)
making printing forms
g)
maintaining and maintaining assets
h)
Check and assess the work product, correct in case of deviations
form
6
II.11 Reprography I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.11)
a)
Select production systems, order-related preparing and duplicating
b)
Select and use materials
c)
assemble, merge texts and images according to design preferences
d)
Print templates and Create printing forms
e)
Connect print products
f)
Review work results and
6
II.12 Print reprocessing
(§ 4, paragraph 3, point 2, lfd. No. II.12)
a)
Collect order documents, check feasibility, and set the appropriate process path
b)
Run program and system-related work preparation
c)
Identify material requirements, materials select and request
d)
Process printing and reproduction products to the end product, in particular by folding, collating, drilling, stitching, binding, gluing and clipping
e)
Review and assess work products
f)
Manufacturing Disorders identify and fix
g)
maintain and maintain machines, devices, and
6
II.13 Digital Photography
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.13)
a)
Motives and pickup type by use select, prepare a motif structure
b)
Determine exposure and illumination, perform exposure measurement
c)
taking into account movement and sharpening depth
d)
lenses with attention to Select imaging principles
e)
insert different types of light
f)
filter Select and insert
g)
Connect and control the result
6
II.14 Editorial Technology I
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 2, lfd. No. II.14)
a)
at work organization Object-specific production processes and location classification
b)
in the technical design of the editorial part of the press products assist
c)
Design texts, images and graphics of analog and digital press products, taking into account editorial specifications
d)
in consultation with the editorial department, editing texts, taking account of journalistic forms of presentation
e)
participate in researching in databases and at press agencies, take over and process data from these databases
f)
Press and media law, press-related responsibility, media-law self-obligations as well as data protection regulations
g)
Apply text, images, graphics, and prepare for media-specific
6
II.15 Photogravure Drawing II
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.15)
a)
Colouring compositions of Edit and assess jewelry colors
b)
Create test
6
II.16 MusiNode production II
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.16)
a)
Page setup on the basis of manuscript templates, taking into account musical particularities
b)
Determine page formats and calculate the extent
c)
Set bar and sheet layers by stitch rules
d)
Fonts order related to the Insert Page Design
e)
Apply Music Set Programs
f)
musical special characters creating and applying
g)
special sheet music editions, especially scores, piano excerpts, choral editions, individual voices, as well as game and percussion scores,
6
II.17Packaging II
(§ 4, paragraph 3, point 2, lfd. No. II.17)
a)
3-D-Software in the design and construction of packaging materials to know and use
b)
CAD-A-and -use output devices when designing packaging materials
c)
Create handling lines for packaging materials, with perspective representations integrating
d)
Create a pattern of hand according to pre-set data
e)
Build-up creating
f)
applying packaging-specific printing form
g)
different Using product identifiers
6
II.18 Geographic II
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.18)
a)
Applying generalization principles when designing space-related data
b)
Medium and small-scale topographical information models, taking into account generalization principles
c)
continuing topographical information models
d)
Space-related information models with different designing and producing thematic
6
II.19 Decoration templates-
manufacture II
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 2, lfd. No. II.19)
a)
Creating a complex, irregular, and amorphous shape body
b)
Decorate and fit in decorations
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II.20 Fotolabortechnik
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.20)
a)
distinguish, handle, and store light-sensitive materials
b)
Handling and storing chemicals in compliance with legal, operational and manufacturer regulations
c)
c)
Use the output systems and expose work orders, perform development processes, monitor and document
d)
Regenerate chemicals, baths, and solutions and deliver environmentally friendly disposal
e)
Review, assess, and correct work products on quality standards and conversion of order preferences
f)
waiting and maintaining assets and
6
II.21 Large-format
digital print I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.21)
a)
Process routes and work steps including assembly set
b)
calibrate printing systems, set the printing stock, and create digital prints
c)
continue processing printed products, store product and transport right products
d)
Machines, devices and Maintain and maintain
6
II.22 3-D-staging II
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.22)
a)
Image editing techniques used to create material and surface-specific image information creating
b)
Changing and optimizing the surface properties and geometry of an object by image-based, procedural and mathematical
6
II.23 3-D moving image
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.23)
a)
Create Object Movement
b)
Create Camera Ear
C)
Object parameters changed in time
d)
Interpolation types of animation curves under-divorce and apply
e)
Preparing and exporting data for postpress
6
II.24 Contenterposition I
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 2, lfd. No. II.24)
a)
Analyze third-party texts and to Customize media and target group specific requirements
b)
illustrate content in infographics, charts, and graphs
c)
Select, customize, and embed images and graphics for different media channels
d)
Data structure and archive, using database systems
e)
Press and media law, press-related responsibility, media-law commitments as well as data protection
6
II.25 platforms for interactive communication II
(§ 4 (3) (2), (lfd). No. II.25)
a)
Creating and maintaining enterprise presentations for online applications
b)
Search behavior of target groups Analyze using software support
c)
Use online applications for search engine optimization
d)
Optimize content for online applications, taking account of search engine algorithms
e)
Perform and prepare data searches in online applications, taking into account legal framework conditions and data protection
6
f)
systematically observe and analyze interactions in online applications, communicate results
g)
Use mobile Internet and online applications tracking


Election qualifiers from the list III Lfd.
Nr.Electoral Qualification Unit
skills, knowledge, and capability time-Time values
in weeks in1. until 18.
Month 19. up to 36.
month1234
III.1 commercial
order processing II
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 3, lfd. No. III.1)
a)
Review the technical feasibility of customer requirements and the required costs Calculate
b)
Calculate prices, create offers
c)
Material and data dispense
d)
prepare contracts for the signing of the contracts
e)
Check incoming invoices, Create output invoices
f)
perform post-
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III.2 Design concept II
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.2)
a)
Font in context with Using illustrations and images in design concepts
b)
translate ideas into spatial representations, design illustrations freely and by default
c)
Developing graphic characters, in particular logos, pictograms, word and picture marks, and signets, taking into account abstraction, symbolism and functionality
d)
Define criteria for motif selection and image detail
e)
Photographic transformation of a picture idea staging, in particular taking into account movement, dynamics, expression, effects, light and shadow
f)
Image motifs designed to be designed taking into account Edit and modify the image language and its
12
III.3Text, graphic, and
image data manipulation
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 3, lfd. No. III.3)
a)
Set the process data for technical work execution
b)
editing and editing text, graphics, and image data
c)
Graphic and image data in edit different color systems
d)
in the graphic and image data processing, observe the values for colors and consider standards
e)
Check data with test systems for compliance with the preferences
f)
Save data and match it accordingly issue
g)
Review and assess work
12
III.4 Product-oriented
design
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.4)
a)
Media products under Design an impact and function considerations
b)
Develop design designs for different applications
c)
User's visual orientation behavior
d)
Possibilities of the various Using the print process for specific application
e)
Note the technical feasibility
f)
Economic viewpoints
12
III.5 database-based
media production
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.5)
a)
Create databases and tables
b)
Customize Databases to Order-Related Requirements
c)
Database Content Using a Editing a programming language
d)
Federating database content into digital applications using a programming language
e)
Customizing content management systems by editing
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III.6 Interactive
Media Production
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.6)
a)
Author software is different and after
)
c)
c)
b)
c)
c)
Programming the flow of a movie in the script language of the author program
d)
Author program movie optimizing for output
12
III.7 audio-visual
media production
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 3, lfd. No. III.7)
a)
Image and sound material according to editorial requirements and design aspects combine
b)
Edit image sequences using graphic elements, fonts, animations, and effects
c)
post-edit and correct sequence-related sounds and sounds, use effects, and qualitatively match
d)
select audio-visual media and select project-oriented
e)
audio-visual data finished check for media output, code and create audio-visual
12
III.8 System Support II
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.8)
a)
differentiate network architectures and components according to their application areas selecting
b)
assessing and deploying network operating systems according to performance and operational areas
c)
Integrate IT systems into networks
d)
Manage user rights, especially data access via networks organizing
e)
Building network-wide communication
f)
Data access to external Realize Networks
g)
assess and apply data security systems in terms of data security
h)
test network applications and systems
i)
Configuration data and settings documenting





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III.9 Digital printing form-
production
(§ 4 paragraph 3, point 3, lfd. No. III.9)
a)
Select manufacturing process, set work flow, and schedule work items
b)
Check the data for usability, observe standards
c)
Create a work order file on the input device, Import data
d)
shoot pages digitally, set page locations, integrate control elements, review work product
e)
Create and verify audit patterns
f)
Perform corrections by revision pattern
g)
Use output systems, control and customize the basic setting, consider standardizations for printing formwork
h)
Print Forms from Digital Data Stocks
i)
Print forms for completeness and the Visually inspect and test the conditions of the additional technical printing process
j)
Mainly and maintain and maintain assets and
12
III.10 Digital print
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.10)
a)
Select print data from the data set and provide it as print jobs (job files on the input device) for the print process
b)
Checking and preparing supplied data and personalization preferences for print jobs with variable data
c)
Programming print jobs with variable data in consideration of order parameters and review result
d)
Preparing the digital printing machine for the output process, performing quality assurance actions
e)
Print Print Jobs
f)
Work products on quality standards and application preferences check, assess, and fix
g)
Collect and document production data
h)
maintaining and maintaining a technical
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III.11 Reprography II
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.11)
a)
Print data on different media and media
b)
Preparing and setting up the printing machine and producing multicolored print products
c)
large format
d)
Review and assess work
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III.12 Micrograph
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.12)
a)
Microfilms in the Simplex-, Create a duo and duplex method and set search marks
b)
Connect microfilms from digital data
c)
digitize microfilms, store and check on digital media
d)
Develop microfilms, reverse engineer and monitor development flow
e)
output true-to-scale changes with digital
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III.13 Gravure Printing
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.13)
a)
Perform order planning by cylinder size, cylinder circumference, and printing machine
b)
Schema to the Create Order Planning
c)
Read Pages
d)
Data for Bebilting converting
e)
Create a check pressure to control
f)
Failed that is Cylinder manufacture, fix
g)
Perform corrections by company and customer requests
h)
calibrate production units
i)
apply print image to the cylinder
j)
documenting production operations
k)
Manage cylinders and transport
l)
maintaining and maintaining technical facilities
m)
Review and assess
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III.14 Editorial Technology II
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.14)
a)
Create a page layout for press products according to editorial preferences
b)
infographics, Create and create charts and graphs according to editorial specifications
c)
Edit film and video sequences and publish them for publication prepare
d)
with editing systems integrate texts, graphics and images for newspaper and magazine pages, and for online products
e)
Time and magazine pages for technical and typographic requirements as well as for editorial specifications
f)
editing editorially designed articles and pages for online media and setting them to the output media
g)
from existing editorial articles and promotional templates create, update, and link online offerings
h)
preparing, performing, and supervising technical work, data design and maintenance in the news editorial
i)
deploy and support content management
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III.15 Photogravure drawing III
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.15)
a)
Create a rapported layout
b)
post-edit pattern, create color separations, and perform suture retouching
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III.16 MusiNode production III
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.16)
a)
Order documents for the Evaluate the production of music and prepare manuscript templates
b)
prepare the order for customer and editorial preferences
c)
Define music-making work order
d)
Define note-specific style templates and apply
e)
Collect music-related characters and fonts
f)
Music-node pages after Build an aesthetic point of view and design it on the basis of subject-specific stitch rules
g)
Individual votes in accordance with instrumental-specific Extract special features and add characteristic stitch notes according to musical aspects
h)
Corrections according to customer and editorial specifications Run
i)
Rework and redesign data for a second vervaluation
j)
Creating production data for postpress
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III.17 Packaging III
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.17)
a)
Order documents, taking into account customer preferences for manufacturing evaluating packaging materials
b)
Developing concepts for individual, time-and project-related packaging
c)
Different ways of processing packaging materials when designing
d)
Creating divisions for calculation, printing form production and die-forming
e)
Packingpattern Design and design
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III.18 Geographic III
(§ 4 paragraph 3 number 3, lfd. No. III.18)
a)
Room-related information, texts, graphics and images Editing
b)
Editing spatial information models, including title, legend and backside,
c)
Integrate image, text, graphics, and audio data into space-related information and produce multimedia products
d)
designing space-related data for different presentation forms
e)
with geographic Communicate information systems and prepare digital basic
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III.19 Decoration templates-
manufacture III
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.19)
a)
Set ceramic colors for decors, separate image files into true colors, and print them for printing and printing
b)
Check print and fire results for quality, coordinate with the templates, and meet quality standards optimize
c)
Design decorations and match product-
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III.20 large-format
digital print II
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.20)
a)
Select print data and as print jobs (order files on the input device) for the print process
b)
Create print profiles for print materials
c)
Create digital prints, check for quality standards, customer preferences and templates, and monitor and control machine running
d)
finish printed products, make finished products and perform quality control, complete order for shipment
e)
Securing and archiving production data
f)
System-specific maintenance and cleaning
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III.21 3-D still image
(§ 4 Point 3 (3), (lfd). No. III.21)
a)
3-D staging on and after
b)
distinguish global, in particular image-based lighting and apply
c)
Make application-related presets of image calculation type and quality, test, use results-oriented, and compute process starting
d)
Post-production, especially multi-level techniques, for image processing
e)
Preparing media products presentation ripe
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III.22 ContenterPosition II
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.22)
a)
submit and vote topic suggestions
b)
Perform text and image researches and prepare results for further editing
c)
Texts Create media-and target-group-specific requirements
d)
Texts taking into account search engine algorithms optimize
e)
Edit video and animation sequences and embed them into different media channels
f)
deployed and supervise content management systems
g)
online ommunitys
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III.23 Communication planning and success control
(§ 4 paragraph 3, number 3, lfd. No. III.23)
a)
Analyze variants of media networking in the Examine the communication goal, taking into account interactions of the different media
b)
Communication measures for the output in different media Design media channels, including the distribution of advertising information between customers, while respecting the interaction with target groups as well as the binding of the client's end customers
c)
Creating target group profiles by evaluating user data
d)
Tools for controlling the Use effectiveness, evaluate results, and derive measures
e)
participate in the development of performance indicators for communication actions
f)
Document marketing and communication results, carry out budget control, determine profitability, and derive conclusions for future
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