Regulation Concerning Vocational Training To The Druggist / To The Software Engineer

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Drogist/zur Drogistin

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Regulation on vocational training as a drugist

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date of delivery: 30.06.1992

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" Regulation on vocational training Drogist/to the Drogist of the 30. June 1992 (BGBl. 1197), as last amended by Article 2 (2) of the Law of 23. July 2001 (BGBl. I p. 1663) "

:Last modified by Art. 2 para. 2 G v. 23. 7.2001 I 1663

For details, see the Notes

Footnote

heading in the menu under Notes: This regulation is a training order in the The meaning of Section 25 of the Vocational Training Act. The training regulations and the coordinated framework curriculum for the vocational school, agreed by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of Education and Cultural Affairs of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany, will shortly be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette published.
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Based on § 25 of the Vocational Training Act of the 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), the most recent of which is Article 24 (1) of the Law of 24. August 1976 (BGBl. I p. 2525), the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science, decrees: Non-official Table of contents

§ 1 State Recognition of the Professional Training profession

The training profession Drogist/Drogistin is recognized by the state. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

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

§ 3 Training professional image

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
the training operation:
a)
Position of the drugstore in the overall economy,
b)
Position of the training establishment on the market,
c)
Organization of the training establishment,
d)
VET,
e)
occupational safety, environmental protection, and rational energy use,
f)
merchandise management, information and communication techniques;
2.
Procurement:
a)
purchase planning,
b)
shopping cart;
3.
Storage:
a)
merchandise acceptance,
b)
commodities storage,
c)
inventory monitoring;
4.
Paragraph:
a)
Sales Preparation,
b)
Advice and Sales,
c)
Consideration of consumer wishes and needs,
d)
Sales Accounting,
e)
Advertising and sales promotion,
f)
Sortimental structure;
5.
Personnel;
6.
Accounting;
7.
Health and Food:
a)
Medium to restore and maintain health,
b)
Medicinal Plants, Animal Drugs and Chemical Substances,
c)
Goods for dietetic nutrition;
8.
Cosmetics, body care, perfumery and hygiene:
a)
preparative and decorative cosmetics,
b)
means for suncosmetics,
c)
men's cosmetics and care products,
d)
means for body care,
e)
perfume article,
f)
hygiene articles;
9.
Fachrecht:
a)
Retail trade with free-selling medicines,
b)
Trade in hazardous materials and plant protection products,
c)
Trade in food and Needs items,
d)
other key legislation;
10.
Photo:
a)
movies, images,
b)
general photo-accessories,
c)
cameras and playback devices;
11.
chemical-technical goods, plant protection:
a)
chemicals,
b)
chemical-technical goods for object-keeping,
c)
Plant Protection and Planting Agents,
d)
Pest control agent.
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§ 4 Training Framework Plan

(1) The skills and knowledge according to § 3 shall be based on the provisions of Appendixes 1 and 2. Instructions on the factual and chronological breakdown of vocational training (training framework plan) are provided. In the course of the teaching of the skills and knowledge according to § 3, chemical-technical goods, plant protection, can be chosen between the number 10, photo or the number 11. A material and time breakdown of the content of the training content deviating from the training framework plan is particularly permissible insofar as a basic vocational training is preceded by a basic vocational training or a special operating experience requires the deviation.(2) The skills and knowledge referred to in this Regulation are to be taught in such a way that the trainee is qualified to pursue a qualified professional activity within the meaning of Article 1 (2) of the Vocational Training Act, which shall include, in particular, independent planning, implementation and control. This qualification must also be proven in the tests. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Training Plan

The trainee has a training plan for the trainee on the basis of the training framework plan. Create a training plan. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Report Sheft

The trainee has a report booklet in the form of a training certificate. It is the opportunity to give him the opportunity to carry out the report during the training period. The training course has to be reviewed regularly by the report booklet. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Intermediate examination

(1) An intermediate examination is to be carried out to determine the level of training. It is to take place in the middle of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover the skills and knowledge referred to in Annexes 1 and 2 for the first year of training, as well as the teaching material to be provided in the vocational education and training course in accordance with the framework curricula, insofar as it is appropriate to: vocational training is essential.(3) The intermediate examination must be carried out in writing on the basis of practice-related tasks or cases in a maximum of 180 minutes in the following examination subjects:
1.
Drogerieoperationlehre,
2.
Ware and Sales,
3.
Economic and social studies.
(4) The duration of the examination referred to in paragraph 3 may be undershot, in particular, if the written examination is in programmed form is carried out. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 Final examination

(1) The final examination extends to the skills listed in Appendix 1 Knowledge, as well as on the teaching material taught in the vocational education and training course, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training.(2) The examination is to be carried out in writing in the examination subjects Drogeriebetriebslehre, Ware und Sell as well as economic and social studies and practically in the examination subject Practical exercises.(3) In the written examination, the test subject shall each produce a work in the examination subjects mentioned below:
1.
Examining subject Drogeriebetriebslehre: In 90 minutes the examinee is to process practice-related tasks or cases from the fields of operation, procurement, storage as well as merchandise management. It is intended to show that it has acquired skills and knowledge of the planning, control and control of movements of goods and costs, can apply accounting results, as well as correlations between personnel input and the Organization of work.
2.
Merchandise and sales: In 180 minutes, the test subject shall be practice-related tasks or cases from the examination areas
a)
Consulting and sales,
b)
Advertising and sales promotion, assortment structure,
c)
subject-specific Legislation
. In the examination areas for points (a) and (b), the test item is intended to show that it can advise customers in terms of quality and use, and that it is aware of the needs and assortment structures, including the technical terms. In the examination area referred to in point (c), it shall demonstrate that it shall, in particular, establish the legal guidelines for trade in free-selling medicinal products, with dangerous substances, plant protection products, and in particular the necessary technical knowledge, in accordance with The regulation of the Plant Protection Act, as well as with food and consumer goods, can be applied in a practical and practical way.
3.
Auditing subject Economic and Social studies: In 90 minutes, the examinee will work on practical tasks or cases from the working and working world, showing that he is a general economic and social context of the working and working world and that he/she will be able to work on the job and work environment.
() The duration of the examination referred to in paragraph 3 may, in particular, be undershot to the extent that the written examination is carried out in a programmed form.(5) In the examination subject Practical exercises, the examinee is to have one of two practical tasks in the fields of preparation, advice and sales, consideration of consumer wishes, sales accounting, advertising and Edit sales promotion, product range structure and merchandise management. It is intended to show that it can assess and process operations and problems, and that it can carry out customer-oriented consulting. The task is to be the starting point for the following examination interview. Processing of the task and examination should not take longer than 45 minutes for the individual test specimen.(6) If, in the written examination, the examination performance has been evaluated in up to two subjects with "defective" and in the other subjects with at least "sufficient", the examination committee shall, at the request of the test item or at the discretion of the examination committee, be in one of the subjects rated "deficient" to complete the written examination by an oral examination of about 15 minutes if the examination can give the test the result. The subject is to be determined by the test specimen. In the determination of the result for this examination subject, the results of the written work and the oral supplementary examination in the ratio 2: 1 shall be weighted.(7) In determining the overall result, the examination subject Practical exercises have double the weight of each of the remaining subjects.(8) In order to pass the final examination, at least sufficient examination achievements must be provided in the overall result as well as in the examination subject in the form of goods and sales and in another of the examination subjects mentioned in paragraph 3 (1) to (3). If the examination results are rated "insufficient" in a test subject, the examination has not been passed. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Repeal of rules

The occupational profiles, training plans, and examination requirements for the The training profession Drogist/Drogistin shall no longer be subject to § 10. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Transitional rules

On vocational training conditions that exist at the time of entry into force of this Regulation, the , unless the Contracting Parties agree to apply the provisions of this Regulation during the first year of training. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

This regulation occurs on the 1. August 1992, in force. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 4)
Training Framework for the Drogist/Drogist
-Sachliche Outline -

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1992, 1200-1212;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
Lfd. Nr.Part of the skills and knowledge to be provided in the training profession
1.The training establishment (§ 3 No. 1)
1.1The position of the drugstore in the overall economy (§ 3 No. 1 letter a) a)describe the role and significance of the drugstore in retail and the economy as a whole
b) explaining the benefits to the consumer
c)Operating forms of the drugstore and the drugstore Typical features of the mode of operation of the training company
d)Operating forms of drugstore, drugstore and retail trade describe according to product range, sales form and pricing
1.2Position of the training company on the market (§ 3 No. 1 Point (b)a)describe the customer circle with its consumption behavior and shopping habits
(b)The location of the site's impact on the position of the training company on the market
c) explain the situation of the training company towards its competitors; explain the reasons and goals of the competition; observe the competition
d)Location, size, sales form, and the offer of competing companies
e)the influence of the sales form, the Product policy, pricing policy and sales space design to the competitive situation
f)Consequences from the Call competitive observation, propose measures
1.3Organization of the training company (§ 3 No. 1 letter c) a)Describe the legal form of training operation
b)Building the training company as well as the tasks and responsibilities of the individual functional areas and workplaces.
c)Tasks and typical Represent requirements of selected workplaces, describe work flows
d)describe the operating rules in the training establishment, and apply
e)Delegation of tasks and responsibility to examples of training operations
f)The tasks of the employers 'and employees' and public authorities ' organizations that are important to the training establishment
1.4Vocational Training (§ 3 No. 1 letter d)a)Legal provisions of the 'Vocational training'
b)Training with the training regulations, the vocational training contract and the company training plan. comparing and declaring peculiarities
c)describing the rights and obligations of the trainee and of the trainee
d)explain the need for further professional qualification, describe career advancement opportunities
e)represent the essential inner, above and out-of-company training and further education opportunities
f) for the education and further training of important specialist books, trade journals and other training tools
1.5 Working safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy (§ 3 nos. 1 letter e)a)the importance of occupational safety and health Working safety on examples of training companies
b)comply with occupational health and safety and accident prevention regulations, Take appropriate measures to prevent accidents in their own workspace and behave in the event of an accident.
c)essential Rules on fire prevention and fire protection devices for the relevant field of activity
d)Behavior in fires describe
e)Environmental impacts of consumables and consumables, proposals to reduce submit
f)Separate and dispose of consumables and consumables
g)call the types of energy used in the training establishment and offer possibilities of rational use of energy in the field of occupational exposure and observation, energy rationally deploying
1.6merchandise management, information and Communication techniques (§ 3 No. 1 letter f)a)The flow of goods and data in the training establishment
b)Objectives and tasks of the business of training companies and the possibilities of support through information technologies.
c)Working processes and workplaces included in the business of the training enterprise
d) Need for ongoing monitoring of movement of goods
e)Application of wareneconomics Explain information in the training enterprise
f)procure and prepare maintenance data
g)Evaluate your business information and prepare decisions
h) Estimate the impact of information and communication technologies related to the training operation
i) describe the use of devices for capturing operational data and the use of data for different forms of merchandise management, explain required technical terms and abbreviations as well as apply the devices
2.Procurement (§ 3 No. 2)
2.1Purchase Planning (§ 3 No. 2 letter a)a) Meaning and expiration of the needs assessment
b)Specific decision support for a targeted
c)Disposition of goods, showing reference sources in case of demand determination
d) internal and external company information, in particular product economic data, trade publications and information, used by manufacturers and wholesalers for the procurement of goods
e)Describe legal and industry-specific rules for deliveries and payments
f) select environmentally friendly packaging material
g)ecologically meaningful alternatives to products and Show packaging
2.2 Shopping Management (§ 3 No. 2 (b)a)Describe collaboration between purchase, sale, and warehouse at the time of purchase
b)Get offers and participate in correspondence
c)Offers in terms of type, Quality, quality of the goods, environmental compatibility, quantity, price, packaging costs, delivery time, terms of delivery and payment compare with each other
d) for procurement important agreements, in particular credit and target purchase, discount, retention of title, jurisdiction, delivery date, shipping, packaging and transport costs, explain
e)Category-specific ordering procedures, explain orders, propose orders, and under guidance; monitor delivery dates, prices, and purchasing conditions
f) Impact of the Training operations on suppliers in relation to ecologically meaningful transport and sales packaging
3.Storage (§ 3 No. 3)
3.1Accepting the goods (§ 3 No. 3 letter a) a)Describe the tasks and work flow of the receipt
b)Operational Apply regulations and legal regulations
c)Accept goods, control packaging for transport damage, nature of the goods check, check damage and open defects in the goods, take the usual measures under guidance, participate in the associated correspondence
d) Transport packaging taking into account the withdrawal and recovery obligations according to the packaging ordinance, environmentally friendly
e) Order with delivery note and goods receipt by type, quantity and price, report deviations, route goods
f)Targets and Explain the possibilities for accurate and timely recording of incoming goods, explain the application of the data, collect incoming goods
3.2 Warehousing (§ 3 No. 3 letter b)a)Organization of warehouse and work processes in stock
b)explain the split and order of the warehouse and the sales area
c) Legal regulations, as well as general principles for the storage of goods, as well as standard and operating principles
d)Store goods in a proper manner
e)Use and maintain tools in storage and sales space in compliance with legal regulations
3.3 Inventory Monitoring (§ 3 No. 3 letter c) a)controlling inventory on quantity and quality
b) Create and run commodity statistics, apply tools
c)Average inventory, frequency, and storage duration compute
d)guide economic considerations on the composition and height of the optimal inventory
e) Objectives and possibilities of a control and Describe the control of movements of goods in the warehouse, collect inventory changes
4.Paragraph (§ 3 No. 4)
4.1Sales preparation (§ 3 No. 4 letter a)a) Running the preliminary work for sale
b)describing different types of product display, legal Explain rules and specifications on the label label
c)Describe the system of coding articles of the department, goods
d)Use and maintain work equipment
e) Check completeness of the product offer in the sales area, refill missing items, adhere to placement rules
f) Check the sales capacity of the goods, retournate non-saleable goods or dispose of them in a proper way
4.2 Advice and sales (§ 3 No. 4 letter b)a)Name of purchase motives and their influence on purchasing decisions
b)influences of technical innovations, social developments, advertising and media on consumer behavior, the range of goods and the Describe Market Development
c)Voltage between the operational objectives, the work requirements, and the customer expectations describe
d)Compare customers ' expectations of the goods with the properties and uses of the goods, and from this Derive sales arguments
e)describe customer behavior in different situations and appropriate behaviors of the drogiest Drogistin justify
f)Effects of different forms of sales and types of goods on the process and design of the sales interview explain
g)the consumer of important properties of goods for their use, handling and maintenance in the sales interview Inform
h)inform customers about property-determining factors of the goods
i) informing about ecologically meaningful products and behaviors
k)Quality of goods Describe; describe quality and price differences
l)Customer-related sales calls and appropriate situation, taking into account appropriate language and non-verbal expression
m)Supplementary and replacement articles situational offering
n)Reasons for complaints and exchange
o) Services of the training company describing and indicating in the sales talk
p)different types and sizes of packaging materials and types of packaging, packaging goods properly
q)Saving packaging materials, environmentally friendly products Select the packaging material
r)pointing out the possibilities and conditions of delivery of goods
s)find goods that are difficult to sell and make suggestions for their sale
t) important provisions of sales contracts that close the training establishment with suppliers and customers, and the provisions to be observed in this respect from the right to purchase contract, the law against unfair competition, the Apply the price charge regulation and the bill of communication in the context of the operational tasks
u)Eich-und Nacheichpflicht für Meß-und Wiegegeräte note
4.3Consideration of consumer requests and needs (§ 3 No. 4 (c) a)To inform customers about possible environmental impacts of goods and packaging, to identify ways of avoiding them, if possible alternative products offer
b)Customer on withdrawal and recovery obligations according to the Packaging Ordinance, free return of packaging
c)The objectives, institutions, and publications of consumer protection
d)explain customer requirements for the suitability of goods in the training establishment, taking into account their health and ecological compatibility
e)informing customers about hazards to humans, animals and the environment when applying certain goods
f)Consumer complaints about the products and services of the company, forwarding to the competent authorities in the training establishment and to the manufacturers and in the interest of of the consumer solutions
4.4Sales Accounting (§ 3 No. 4 letter d) a)explain different checkout and checkout systems; describe the checkout system of the training operation
b) describe the meaning of the checkout for the collection of sales data
c)Calculate the prices of sold goods
d)Use lane, accept payment means, and return back money
e) Write down receipts and invoices
f)settle cashier, create cash reports and, in particular, with regard to the number of customers, Evaluate payment methods and times
4.5Advertising and sales promotion (§ 3 no.4 letter e) a)Describe targets, tasks, target groups, and modes of action of advertising
b) distinguish advertising media and advertising media and describe their application possibilities for the advertising of training operations
c)at Take part in the promotional activities of the training company and report on its impact
d)Describing the advertising activities of competitors and reactions
e)Describe the impact of product advertising from suppliers on the sale
f)Sales-promoting measures in the training establishment, in particular information of the employees, sales room design, product placement, product presentation, product information, Packaging and actions, as well as their possible effects,
g)Name of a sales-effective product presentation and goods appropriately placing
h)assess different offer places
i) How to describe the meaning of special actions, prepare special actions under guidance
4.6 Sortimental structure (§ 3 No.4 letter f)a)Training company assortment in the Describing the breadth and depth of
b)Watch the flow of goods, detect assortments of assortments and trending items, and obtain information forward
c)factors determining factors, in particular location, target groups and competitive situations,
d)explain reasons for change in assortment
e)Possibilities Describe the data processing for the further development and monitoring of the product ranges, use economic information for decision-making
f) Involved in the removal or re-inclusion of an item, represent procedures and decision reasons
g)commercially available sizes and Name units
h) commercially available Applying relationships and technical expressions, respecting prescribed norms
5. Human resources (§ 3 No.5)a)Human resource planning objectives and tasks, in particular the use of personnel, describe
b)describe operational working time arrangements in legal and organizational terms
c)explain the contents of a job description
d)for training and Working conditions clarify important labour and social law provisions, as well as collective agreements and regulations on collective agreements
e)Positions a salary statement and determine the net remuneration
f)Staff documents related to the beginning and end of a Labor ratios are necessary, call
g) Considerations for setting and assessing employees
6. Accounting (§ 3 No. 6)a)accounting as an instrument of commercial planning, control, and Control of examples from the training establishment
b)Cost types of training operations, their importance and Describe influence options
c)Key operational performance indicators, in particular inventory turnover, revenue per employee, revenue per employee Square meters of sales space, calculate the meaning of examples and explain their meaning
d)Compare invoice with delivery note, possible deviations detect, take the usual measures
e)participate in the creation of success invoices
f)to participate in statistical work and describe its purpose and use
g) Describe the importance of accounting as a basis for determining success; participate in preparatory work
h)meaning and Explain the task of the inventory as well as show reasons for inventory differences
i)participate in inventory
k)Transfer of billing tasks to other service facilities
l) Reporting results for personnel planning and assortment design
m)Calculating sales prices
n)describe payment and credit options; participate in the settlement of payment transactions with credit institutions, suppliers and customers
o)Name of company taxes and charges
p) describe operational risks and call insurance options, assist in the handling of incoming insurance cases
7.Health and nutrition (§ 3 No. 7)
7.1Medium to restore and maintain health (§ 3 No. 7 letter a)a) overlook the range of free-selling medicinal products, associate finished products with indications
b)Possibilities and limitations of the Use of free-selling medicinal products, in particular use, effect and dose, explain, describe side effects, interactions, contraindications and accusions
c) The term and meaning of the control substance as well as the possibilities and limits of the standardization
d) Causes And Forms of Awareness Disorders
e)on the limits of self-medication with free-selling medicines in the event of a sensitivity disorder and the risk of improper handling,
f)products treated as free-selling medicinal products, and Mention health care and care products; explain the application in a knowledgeable manner
7.2Medicinal Plants, Animal Drugs and Chemical Substances (§ 3 No. 7 (b))a)Medicinal Plants, Animal Drugs and Chemical Substances, Medicinal plants, and pharmaceutical forms and pharmaceutical preparations, and Describe the application methods
b)Groups of active substances and their effect in free-selling medicinal products explain ingredients according to active ingredient groups summarizing
7.3 Products for dietetic nutrition (§ 3 no. 7 letter c)a)Characteristics of a healthy diet and different dietary dietary forms
b)Nutrition in old age, in pregnancy and in infancy and infants age
c)Suitable nutrients and herbs as well as dietetic foods for the products referred to in (b) Recommended food forms
8.Cosmetics, body care, perfumery and hygiene (§ 3 No. 8) 
8.1Cosmetics and Decorative Cosmetics (§ 3 No. 8 (a)a) Indicating the meaning of health and well-being for the consumer's attitude to these products
b) The influence of the manufacturer's product design, image and advertising on the purchase decision
c)Basic and active substances Distinguish important species, properties and meanings of additives in preparative and decorative cosmetics
d) Important species, properties and meaning of fats, oils, waxes, alcohols, vitamins and diets in cosmetics
e) Properties, quality and price differences of the products with regard to the basic and active substances as well as their
f)Extraction and Processing reasons to describe the structure, function and aging processes of skin and nails, different skin types
g)The influence of the skin and the skin. Describe the environment, lifestyle and nutrition on skin and nails, recommend appropriate care and cleaning agents
h)Customers with allergies or allergies. in the case of special problems of the skin, expert advice on suitable cleaning and care products, consider the limits of advice
i)Interaction preparative and decorative cosmetics, advise customers on selection
k)Describe decorative cosmetics, vote on the customer type, which Learn how to apply
l)Describe system maintenance components
m) Common specialty expressions of cosmetics
8.2Means for sun cosmetics (§ 3 no. 8 (b)a)Effects of sunlight, in particular UV radiation, on the skin
(b)Significance of the sun protection factor for sun protection agents, recommend suitable protective agents for skin type and intensity of sunshine
c)explain application and effect of sun protection means
d)effect of Explain care products after sunbathing or solariums, observe the limits of self-treatment in the case of skin damage
e)Application and effect of Describe self-tanning agents
8.3Men's cosmetics and care products (§ 3 No. 8 letter c) a)describe the peculiarities of the male skin types, distinguish skin types
b) Suitable agents for skin care and cleansing
c)explain the different types of shave, as well as appropriate means for Recommend the shave and subsequent care
8.4Body Care Medium (§ 3 No. 8 letter d) a)The influence of body hygiene on general well-being, including findings of health care
(b)Species, composition, properties, application and effect of body care products explained
c) Recommend means for cleaning and caring for the body, creating quality features
d)Means of pH value and acid protection jacket Explain the skin, describe the pH-dependent effect of body cleansing and care products
e)Special features of body care explain different body zones
f)Customers about the effect of skin care products, hair, lips, nails, mouth and teeth as well as the legs and feet advised
g)The structure and function of the hair, as well as the influence of the environment, lifestyle and nutrition on the hair, means to the hair Cleaning, care and beautification
h)Recommend the importance of leg and foot care, recommend the use of the products and their application declaring
8.5Parfümerieartikel (§ 3 Nr. 8 letter e)a) Impact of cultural influences such as fashion, sport and leisure on the selection of perfumes and fragrance waters by the customers
b) Basic and carrier materials according to natural and synthetic origin
c)important species, properties and meanings of the ethereal oils, fragrances and alcohols.
d)The meaning of the terms tincture, distillate, extract and essence
e)Quality and price differences in perfume articles with regard to raw materials, extraction and processing reasons, explain properties
f)Duftridirections, fragrance development and fragrance phases of perfumes and fragrance waters
8.6 Articles related to hygiene (§ 3 No. 8 letter f)a) Connection of hygiene and well-being as well as the importance of hygiene for health
b) Customers discuss special hygiene issues knowledgeable
c) Recommend suitable articles for general and special body hygiene
9.Technical Law (§ 3 No. 9)
9.1Trade in free-selling medicines (§ 3 No. 9 letter a)a)The meaning of the Medicines Act and the Ordinance on the Law of Medicine on the Medicinal Products Act
(b)Terms and conditions of the Medicines Act, in particular medicinal products, substances, placing on the market, display, standard authorisation, pharmacy duty and exceptions, proof of expertise in retail trade with free-selling medicinal products, travel and pharmacopoeia
c)The task, rights and obligations of the monitoring bodies to describe; local competent authority
d)distinguish labelling requirements for medicinal products, label self-packaged medicinal products
e)evidently confused, adulterated or spoiled medicines; identify free-of-sale medicines; free-salesed medicines stored correctly, taking into account the storage temperature and the waste date
f)required knowledge of the proper filling, Packaging as well as the release of free-selling medicinal products
g)cosmetics, food and free-to-use medicines after Refine the legislation
h)explain advertising according to the rules of the Heilmittelwerbebegesetz
9.2Trade in hazardous substances and plant protection products (§ 3 No. 9 letter b)a) meaning and aim of the Chemicals Act and the Ordinance on Hazardous Substances
b)The technical rules for Hazardous substances 210 (TRGS 210) demonstrate
c)Terms of the Chemicals Act and the Hazardous Substances Regulation, in particular placing on the market, Handling, Classification and Labelling of Dangerous Substances and Preparations
d)The importance and aim of the Plant Protection Act and the
e)Terms and conditions of the Plant Protection Act, in particular integrated plant protection, Plant protection products, the placing on the market of plant protection products, plant protection equipment and plant health equipment
f)Delivery requirements Explain
g)describe the task, rights and obligations of the monitoring bodies; call locally competent authorities
9.3Trade in food and consumer goods (§ 3 No. 9 letter c)a) The meaning of the food and consumer goods law as well as the legal regulations for drugstores issued for this purpose are explained
b) Terms of the German Food and Consumer Products Act, in particular cosmetic articles, commodities and dietetic foods
c) Mindesthaltability of cosmetics and dietetic foods in the context of appropriate storage conditions and the preservation of specific properties by way of example
9.4 Other important pieces of legislation (§ 3 No. 9 letter d) a)Terms of flammable liquids regulation, in particular flammable liquids and their classification, indication and authorisation, inadmissible storage and Storage quantities
b)Terms of the Explosives Act and its implementing regulations, in particular pyrotechnic articles and their implementing regulations Classification, storage, release restrictions and restrictions on usage
c)Terms and conditions of the packaging ordinance, withdrawal and withdrawal Explain the packaging requirements for retail packaging
d)Explaining storage and storage volumes in accordance with the Pressure Container Regulation
e) Tasks, rights and obligations of the responsible monitoring bodies; name local authorities
10.Photo (§ 3 No. 10)
10.1Movies, images (§ 3 No. 10 letter a)a) Explaining Types and applications of recording materials
b)Format, packaging and Explaining the light sensitivity of recording materials
c)Explaining the storage and storage life of recording materials
d)Describe the editing and editing of exposed recording materials
e) Take photos, unwind work orders, explain collaboration with a photo lab
f)Entrance and quality of photo work after Control processing, edit complaints
g)inform customers about more extensive use of photographic work
10.2General Photo Accessories (§ 3 Nr. 10 letter b)a) The assortment of training operations in general photo accessories
b)Customers about usage and application possibilities, as well as Learn about additional offers in photo works
c)Information on the environmental protection of photo chemicals
d)receive used batteries and feed them to disposal
10.3 Cameras and Rendering Devices (§ 3 No. 10 letter c)a) Customers on camera types, their function and handling information
b)Insert and remove recording materials
c)Advise customers on camera accessories and usage options
d) Customers about playback devices, their function, their handling as well as about accessories
e) Ready Passport Images in instant image
11.Chemical goods, Plant protection (§ 3 No. 11)
11.1Chemicals (§ 3 No. 11 letter) a)a)Name, properties, and use of commercially available chemicals
b) informing customers about environmentally friendly application and disposal, about possible dangers when dealing with them
c) Store and dispose of dangerous substances and preparations in a safe and environmentally friendly way
d)dangerous substances and substances Marking and placing preparations in a proper way
11.2Chemical-technical goods for the maintenance of property (§ 3 No. 11 letter (b)a)to inform customers about the possibilities of holding property, in particular wood, textiles, leather and metals in the household, and to inform them of the Products offered by the training company
b)To inform customers about the sach-and environmentally sound application of the funds for the holding of property, on
11.3Plant protection and plant protection products (§ 3 No.11 (c) a)inform customers of measures and instruments of integrated pest management, in particular, explain plant protection without chemical treatment agents
b)explain properties, storage and storage of plant protection products; distinguish between application areas
c)discover causes of damage to plants and plant products
d)Properties and Explain the effects of plant protection products and plant protection products, advise customers on application and inform about how to deal with plant protection equipment
e) Note the consequences of the ban on self-service
f)Health protection and first aid in the event of an accident explain
g)Customers about the prevention of damage to humans, animals and the natural environment in the use of plant protection products
h)Customer on the environmentally sound disposal of plant protection residues and containers advised
11.4Pest control means (§ 3 No. 11 letter d)a) Health and economic importance of protection against health and pest control
b)Regulations for storage and storage of pesticides in training operations
c)Customers on the properties, effects, use and storage of the Advising products, as well as about possible hazards to health and the
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Appendix 2 (to § § § 3). 3)
Training Framework for the Vocational Training Drogist/Drogistin
-Time breakdown-

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1992, 1213-1215)
1. Training year
1)
In a total of two to four months, the focus is on skills and skills. Knowledge of professional image positions

1 aThe position of the drugstore in the overall economy,
1 bPosition of training company on the market,
1 eSafety at work, Environmental protection and rational use of energy,
4 bConsulting and Sales,
4 f Assortment Structure,
7 cDietetic Nutrition goods,
8 bMedium for sun cosmetics,
8 cCosmetics and toiletries,
8 eperfume items,
8 fhygiene article
9 bTrade in hazardous substances and plant protection products,
9 d Other important legislation
and optionally from the Job Image 10 Photo

10 cCameras and Rendering
or from the occupational field position 11 chemical-technical goods, plant protection

11 cPlant protection and plant cupboards
to mediate.
2)
In A period of three to four months in total are the skills and knowledge of the vocational training positions.

3 a Receives,
3 bWarehouse
and optionally from occupational field position 10 photo

10 aMovies, images,
10 bGeneral photo-accessories
or from the occupational field position 11 chemical-technical goods, Crop protection

11 aChemicals,
11 b chemical-technical goods for object-keeping
3)
In a total of four to five months, the skills and knowledge of professional image positions are focused on

1 cOrganization of the training establishment,
1 d Vocational Training,
1 eSafety, environmental protection and rational use of energy,
4 aSales preparation,
8 apreparative and decorative cosmetics,
8 dbody care
to mediate.
2. Training year
1)
In a total of two to four months, the focus is on skills and skills. Knowledge of professional image positions

5Human Resources,
9 cTrade in food and consumer goods
and from the occupational field position 11 chemical-technical goods, crop protection

11 d Pest control
to mediate and the teaching of the skills and knowledge of vocational training positions

1 eoccupational safety, environmental protection and rational energy use,
4 bconsulting and sales,
4 f Assortment Structure,
8 bMedium to Sun Cosmetics,
8 c Men's cosmetics and care products,
8 ePerfume articles,
8 f Articles related to hygiene,
9 bTrade in hazardous substances and plant protection products
and optionally from occupational field position 10 photo

10 aMovies, images,
10 bGeneral Photo accessories,
10 cCameras and Rendering
or from occupational field position 11 chemical-technical goods, plant protection

11 b chemical-technical goods for object-keeping,
11 cPlant protection and planting
continuing.
2)
In a total period of three to four months, the skills and knowledge of the job image position are focused on

4 dSales Accounting
to convey and convey the skills and knowledge of professional image positions

8 dBody Care Medium,
9 dOther important legislation
continue.
3)
In a period of four to five months in total are the skills and knowledge of the vocational training positions.

2 a Shopping planning,
2 bPurchase fulfillment,
3 c Inventory monitoring,
4 cConsideration of consumer wishes and needs,
7 aMedium to restore and maintain health,
7 b Medicinal Plants, Animal Drugs and Chemical Substances,
9 aTrade in free-selling medicines
to convey and teach the skills and knowledge of the job image positions

7 cDietetic Nutrition goods
8 a Preparative and decorative
to continue.
3. Training year
1)
In a total of two to four months, the focus is on skills and skills. Professional image location knowledge

6
to convey and teach the skills and knowledge of the job image positions

1 eWorking safety, environmental protection, and rational use of energy
3 cInventory Monitor,
5Human Resources
8 bMedium for sun cosmetics,
8 cCosmetics and toiletries,
8 eperfume article,
8 fhygiene article
9 cTrade in food and consumer goods
and optionally from the job picture position 10 photo

10 a Movies, images,
10 bGeneral Photo Accessories,
or from the job picture position 11 chemical-technical goods, plant protection

11 bchemical-technical goods for object-keeping,
11 c Plant protection and plant cuisines
continuing.
2)
In a total of three to four months, the focus will be on the Skills and knowledge of vocational training positions

4 cConsideration of consumer wishes and -needs,
4 fSortimentsstructure,
8 d Means for body care
and optionally from the vocational training position 10 Photo

10 cCameras and Rendering
or from the job picture position 11 chemical-technical goods, plant protection

11 dPest control
continuing.
3)
In a total of four to five months, the focus will be on the Skills and knowledge of vocational training positions

1 fmerchandise management, information and Communication techniques,
4 eAdvertising and sales
to convey and teach the skills and knowledge of the job image positions

2 apurchase planning,
4 b Advice and Sales,
4 dSales Accounting,
7 a Health recovery and maintenance funds,
7 bMedicinal plants, animal drugs and chemical substances,
8 apreparative and decorative cosmetics,
9 a Trade in free-selling medicines,
9 bTrade in hazardous substances and plant protection
continue.