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Regulation of vocational training to the druggist / to the software engineer DrogistAusbV Ausfertigung date: 30.06.1992 full quotation: "regulation of vocational training to the druggist / to the software engineer from June 30, 1992 (BGBl. I p. 1197), most recently by article 2 paragraph 2 of the Act of 23 July 2001 (BGBl. I p. 1663) has been changed" stand: last amended by article 2 para 2 G v. 23 7.2001 I 1663 for more information on the stand number you see in the menu see remarks footnote heading : This Decree is a training regulations within the meaning of section 25 of the vocational training Act. The training regulations and the thus harmonised, adopted by the Standing Conference of the Ministers of the Länder in the Federal Republic of Germany outline curriculum for vocational school will be soon published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette.
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Input formula on the basis of § 25 of the vocational training Act of August 14, 1969 (BGBl. I p. 1112), most recently by § 24 No. 1 of the Act of 24 August 1976 (BGBl. I p. 2525) is has been modified, prescribed the Federal Minister for Economics in agreement with the Federal Ministry of education and Science: section 1 State recognition of the education profession the druggist/software engineer training profession is State-recognized.
§ 2 duration of apprenticeship training takes three years.
§ 3 education profession at least the following skills and knowledge are the subject of the vocational training: 1 training company: a) position the drugstore in the economy as a whole, b) position training operation in the market, c) Organization of training operations, d) vocational training, e) occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, f) inventory management, information and communication technologies;
2. procurement: a) purchase planning, b) purchasing;
3. storage: a) receiving, b) warehousing, c) inventory control;
4. paragraph: a) sales preparation, b) consulting and sales, c) taking into account consumer wishes and needs, d) sales, e) advertising and sales promotion, f) assortment structure;
5. human resources;
7 health and nutrition: a) means to restore and maintain health, b) medicinal plants, animal drugs and chemical substances, c) were for dietary nutrition;
8 cosmetics, toiletries, perfumery and hygiene: a) preparative and decorative cosmetics, b) means the Sun care, c) men's cosmetics and skin care products, d) means for body care, e) perfumery articles, f) article on hygiene;
9. trade law: a) trading with over-the-counter medicines, b) trade in dangerous substances and plant protection products, c) trade of food and utensils, d) other important legislation.
Photo 10: a) movies, images, b) General photo accessories, c) cameras and playback devices;
11. chemical technical products, crop protection: a) chemicals, b) chemical technical products for the asset conservation, c) pesticides and tonic, d) means of pest control.
§ 4 training curriculum (1) the skills and knowledge according to § 3 shall according to the annexes to be taught in 1 and 2 contained instructions for the factual and temporal structure of vocational training (training curriculum). In the transfer of skills and knowledge according to § 3 can be selected between the number 10, photo or number 11, chemical technical products, plant protection. A deviating from the training curriculum factual and temporal structure of the training content is specifically allowed, as far as is preceded by a professional field related basic education or practical operational characteristics require the deviation.
(2) the knowledge and skills referred to in this regulation to be acquired so that the trainees to engage a qualified professional activity within the meaning of § 1 para 2 of the vocational training Act is empowered, includes in particular independent planning, performing, and controlling. This qualification is also in the tests to prove.
§ 5 training plan the training employer has to draw up a training plan on the basis of the training curriculum for the trainees.
§ 6 record book the trainee has to do a report portfolio in the form of a training certificate. He is to give opportunity to lead the record book during the training period. The trainers has regularly look through the record book.
§ 7 midterm (1) for determining the level of education is making a midterm. She will take place in the middle of the second year of training.
(2) the intermediate stretches on the knowledge and skills listed in appendices 1 and 2 for the first year of training, as well as on the material to be conveyed in the vocational education according to the framework curriculum, unless it is essential for the training.
(3) the midterm is making in writing on the basis of practical tasks or cases in no more than 180 minutes in the following test subjects: 1 drugstore operations, 2. merchandise and sales, 3. Economic and social studies.
(4) the duration of the tests referred to in paragraph 3 can be less than in particular as far as the written exam in the form of programmed is carried out.
§ 8 final examination (1) the audit extends on the knowledge and skills listed in Appendix 1, as well as on the curriculum taught in the vocational school, as far as it is essential for the training.
(2) the test is written in the exam subjects drugstore operations, goods and sales as well as economic and social studies and practical carry out practical exercises in the examination.
(3) in the written exam the candidate in the following test subjects can make each a work: 1 audit specialist drugstore operations: in 90 minutes, the examinee should edit practical tasks or cases in the areas of operations, procurement, storage and inventory management. He should show he acquired skills and knowledge of the planning, management, and control of the movement of goods and the cost, can use the results of the accounting system and understands interrelationships of personnel deployment and organisation of work.
2. check trade goods and sales: In 180 minutes the examinee to real-world tasks or cases from the test areas a) consulting and sales, b) advertising and sales promotion, assortment structure, c) edit-specific legislation. The candidate shall demonstrate in the inspection areas to the letters a and b, that he can advise customers on quality and verwendungsbezogen and knows the stock and range structures including the technical terms. Letter c throughout the test, he should prove that he in particular the necessary technical knowledge in accordance with plant protection-competence regulation, as well as food and utensils dominated and practical can apply in particular the legal principles in the trading of over-the-counter medicines, hazardous substances, plant protection products.
3. audit technical of economic and social studies: in 90 minutes the examinee to edit real world tasks or cases from the professional and working world and here show that he can represent the general economic and social contexts of professional and working world and judge.
(4) the duration of the tests referred to in paragraph 3 can be less than in particular as far as the written exam in the form of programmed is carried out.
(5) in the audit professional practical exercises the DUT to edit one by two practical tasks made him the choice of the areas sales preparation, consulting and sales, taking into account consumer preferences, sales, advertising and sales promotion, assortment structure and merchandise management. He will show that he can appreciate a practical operating procedures and problems and edit and perform a customer-oriented consulting. The task should be the starting point for the following discussion. Performing the task and discussion should take longer than 45 minutes for the individual test specimen.
(6) have been evaluated in the written exam the examination results in up to two subjects with 'poor' and the remaining subjects with at least 'sufficient' so is rated subjects the written exam by an oral examination lasting about 15 minutes at the request of the DUT or discretion of the Audit Committee in a 'poor' supplement, if this can be decisive for the existence of testing. The partition is to determine from the DUT. In determining the result for this test subject, the results of the written work and the oral exam in a ratio of 2:1 are weighted.
(7) in determining the overall result, the test compartment has the double weight practical exercises against each of the other test subjects.
(8) to the existence of the audit No. 1 to 3 mentioned examination subjects must be provided in the aggregate as well as exam subjects goods and sale and in another in paragraph 3 at least sufficient audit services of. The audit services in a test subject with "insufficient" evaluated, the exam is not passed.
§ 9 abolition of regulations that previously established professions, Berufsbildungspläne and examination requirements for the education profession are subject to § 10 druggist/software engineer is no longer applicable.
§ 10 the existing regulations continue to apply transitional vocational training relationships that exist in the entry into force of this regulation, are, unless the parties agree the application of this regulation during the first year of training.
Article 11 entry into force this regulation enters into force on 1 August 1992.
Appendix 1 (to 4) training curriculum for vocational training to the druggist / to the software engineer - factual outline - (reference: BGBl. I, 1992, 1200-1212; regarding the details of the changes see footnote) skills to conveyed item No. No. part of the education profession and knowledge 1.
The training company (§ 3 No. 1) 1.1 position of the drugstore in the economy as a whole (§ 3 No. 1 letter a) a) b describe the task and importance of drugstore in the context of the retail trade and the overall economy) c explain benefits to the consumer) operation forms of the drug store and the drugstore markets call, typical features of the form of the training company explain d) operation forms of the drugstore, the drugstores and retail trade to range , Sale and pricing describe 1.2 position of the training company on the market (§ 3 No. 1 letter b) a) b describe the clientele with his consumption and his shopping habits) influences of the site on the position of the training company of the market describe c) explain the situation of the training company over its competitors. Grounds for and objectives of the competitive intelligence set out; d observe the competition) describe location, size, sale and the offer of competitive enterprises e) explain the influence of the selling method, the assortment policy, pricing policy and selling interior design on the competition situation f) consequences of the competitive intelligence call, propose measures 1.3 organization of the training company (§ 3 No. 1 letter c) a) b describe the legal form of the training company) building of the training company as well as roles and responsibilities of the individual functional areas and jobs describe c) represent tasks and typical requirements of selected jobs , Workflows describe d) the operating regulations force in the training company describe and apply e) represent delegation of tasks and responsibilities to examples of the training company f) tasks of importance for the operation of training organisations of employers and workers, and authorities explain 1.4 vocational training (§ 3 No. 1 letter d) a) legislation of vocational training call b) own training compare with the training regulations, the contract for professional training and operational training plan and features explain c) rights and obligations of the trainers and the trainees describe d) the need for establish another professional qualification, career opportunities describe e) the essential internal, parent and external training and further training possibilities represent f) important books, journals and other resources 1.5 occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy use for the education and training (§ 3 No. 1 letter e) a) b explain the importance of occupational safety and health and safety at work on examples of the training company) occupational health and safety and accident prevention regulations comply with, take appropriate measures for the prevention of accidents in the My Workspace pane and accident situation c behave) relating to essential Fire prevention and fire protection systems for the respective scope note d) describe behavior in fires e) operational environmental impacts of GE and consumables estimate, make proposals to reduce f) separate GE and consumable materials and environmentally friendly disposal of g) the types of energy used in the training company name and lead to ways of rational use of energy in the professional sensibly and observation area, use energy efficient 1.6 merchandise management, information and communication technologies (§ 3 No. 1 letter f) a) represent goods and data flow in the training company b) aims and objectives of the inventory of the training company and the Present possibilities of support through information technologies c) workflows and jobs that are included in the inventory of the training company, describe d) e explain need an ongoing monitoring of the movement of goods) explain application of goods-economic information in the training company f) procure goods economic data and prepare g) evaluate goods economic information and decisions preparing h) impact of information and communication technologies based on the training operation estimate i) describe the use of devices for capturing operational data and the use of data for different forms of inventory management , required technical terms and abbreviations explain and apply 2. procurement equipment (§ 3 No. 2) 2.1 purchase planning (§ 3 No. 2 letter a) a) b explain importance and expiration of requirements determination) decision support for a targeted c) goods disposition attract, assist in the identification of needs sources indicate d) internal and external operating information, i.e. goods: economic data, publications, and information from manufacturers and wholesalers for goods procurement use e) legal and industry-specific regulations for deliveries and payments describe f) select environmentally sound packaging g) ecologically sound alternatives to Products and packaging show 2.2 purchasing (§ 3 No. 2 letter b) a) b describe cooperation between purchasing, sales and stock at the purchasing) get quotes and c contribute to the correspondence) offers with respect to type, quality, quality of goods, environmental performance, quantity, price, packaging costs, delivery time, delivery and payment terms compare d) important agreements for procurement, in particular credit and target purchase, discount, reservation of proprietary rights, jurisdiction, delivery date , Shipping, packaging and transport costs, explain e) explain group-specific goods ordering process, orders suggest and perform under the guidance; Influence of the training company to suppliers in relation to ecologically sound transportation and sales packaging delivery dates, prices and conditions of purchase monitor f) represent 3. storage (§ 3 No. 3) 3.1 goods (§ 3 No. 3 letter a) a) tasks and workflow of the acceptance of the goods describe b) operational and legal regulations apply c) goods accept, check the packaging for transport damage, check the condition of the goods, determine damages and open defects in the goods , due to General operating measures under the guidance, d contribute to the related correspondence) transport packaging, taking into account the take-back and recovery obligations under the packaging Ordinance environmentally dispose of e) ordering with delivery and receiving according to type, compare quantity and price, report deviations, forward goods f) objectives and explain ways an article accurate and timely entry of goods receipts, explain application of data, goods receipts capture 3.2 storage of goods (§ 3 No. 3 letter b) a) Organization of the camp and work processes in the warehouse describing b) Division and order of the camp and the Salesroom explain c) explain d legal regulations as well as industry and due to General operating principles for the storage of goods) were properly store and maintain e) tool insert into warehouse and showroom in accordance with the statutory regulations and maintain 3.3 monitoring of the population (§ 3 No. 3 letter c) a) stocks on quantity and quality control b) participate in the creation and execution of goods statistics, resource use c) average stock , Turnover rate and duration of storage as an example calculate d) economic considerations to the composition and amount of the optimal inventory level lead e) objectives and describe ways of control and control of the movement of goods in the warehouse, stock changes capture 4. paragraph (§ 3 No. 4) 4.1 sales preparation (§ 3 No. 4 letter a) a) preparatory work for sale run b) describe different types of labeling, legislation and information on the labels explain c) system describe the encoding of products of the Department of , Goods featuring d) equipment operate and maintain e) completeness of goods sales check, fill missing articles, keeping placement rules f) check merchantability of the goods, not saleable goods return or dispose of properly 4.2 consulting and sales (§ 3 No. 4 letter b) a) call buying motives and b describe their influence on purchasing decisions) have been influenced by technological innovations, social developments, advertising, and media on the behavior of consumers , describe the product range and market development c) d describe tension between the operating objectives, the work requirements and customer expectations) performances of the goods customers compare with the properties and uses of the goods and derive e sales arguments)
Describe behavior of customers in different situations and establish appropriate behaviors druggist / the software engineer f) effects of various sales forms and types of goods flow and design of the sales call explain g) to inform consumers about important properties of goods for their use, handling and maintenance in the sales pitch h) inform customers about the property-determining factors of the goods i) information about ecologically-sound products and practices k) describe the quality characteristics of the goods; Quality and price differences justify l) sales customer and independent situation, taking into account an appropriate linguistic and non-linguistic forms of expression discussions m) supplementary and replacement situation offer n) reasons for complaints and Exchange o) describe services of training operation and in the sales pitch indicates p) different types and sizes of packaging materials and packaging types describe goods expertly q Pack) packing materials save, choose environment-friendly packaging materials r) show s opportunities and conditions of delivery of goods) hard saleable commodity to determine and submit proposals for their sales
(t) important provisions of sales contracts, including the training operations with suppliers and customers, and that applying u the price indication Ordinance and the allowance in the context of the operational tasks to these provisions in the contract law, the law against unfair competition,) calibration and Nacheichpflicht for measuring and weighing equipment note 4.3 taking into account consumer wishes and needs (§ 3 No. 4 letter c) a) inform customers about possible pollution by goods and packaging , Ways of avoiding, if possible alternative products offer b) customers on take-back and recovery obligations according to the indicate packaging regulation, free return way of packaging in the training company explain c) d call objectives, institutions and publications of consumer protection) customer requirements on the suitability of goods in the training operation, taking into account their health and environmental impact explain e) inform customers about dangers to man, animals and the environment in the application of certain goods f) accept complaints of consumers about products and services of the company , forward them to the competent authorities in the training company and the manufacturer, and in the interest of the consumer solutions stimulate 4.4 sales settlement (§ 3 No. 4 letter d) a) explain different cash registers and POS systems. b describe the POS system of the training company) importance of the Fund for the collection of sales data c describe) prices sold goods calculate d) Fund use, take cash and give out change e) f write out receipts and invoices) cash account, cash register reports create and evaluate 4.5 advertising and sales promotion in particular in terms of customer numbers, means of payment and time (§ 3 No. 4 letter e) a) objectives, tasks, target groups and effectiveness of advertising describe b) advertising material and promotional items distinguish and describe their potential uses for the advertising of the training company
c) part in the case of advertising measures of the training company and report on their impact d) promotional activities by competitors describe and propose responses for the training company e) describe impact of product advertising by suppliers on sale f) promotional activities in the training company, in particular details of the employees, showroom design, merchandise placement, merchandising, product information, packaging and actions, as well as their impacts describe g) call principles of an effective sales presentation of goods and goods according to place h) offer different, courts assess i) describe the significance of promos , Prepare for promotions under the guidance of 4.6 range structure (§ 3 No. 4 letter f) a) range of the training company in terms of width and depth describe b) observe flow of goods, determine the gaps of range of and trend articles and gained information forward c) determinants of range of, in particular location, target groups and competitive situations, describe d) reasons for range changes present e) possibilities of data processing for the development and monitoring of the ranges describe, f involve goods economic information for decision-making) involved in dredging or re-recording of an article , Procedures and reasons for the decision represent g) h call standard sizes and units) commercial relations and terms apply, prescribed standards note 5 HR (§ 3 No. 5) a) goals and tasks in personnel planning, in particular the labour required, describe b) operational working time regulations under legal and organisational aspects describe c) content of a job description d explain) for training and employment important employment and social law provisions, as well as pricing and operational regulations explain e) positions of a payroll describe and determine the net remuneration f) staff papers , which are necessary in connection with the commencement and termination of employment, call g) considerations for the setting and evaluation of employees explain 6 accounting (§ 3 No. 6) a) accounting b describe as an instrument of business planning, management and control on examples from the training company) cost elements of the training company, their importance and influence opportunities describe c) key operational performance indicators, in particular inventory turnover, sales per employee , Calculate sales per square metre selling space, examples and d explain their meaning) Bill compare with delivery, determine possible deviations due to General operating measures e) participate in the preparation of statements of income f) participate in statistical work, and describe their purpose and use g) importance of accounting describe as a basis for determining success. h contribute to preparatory work) meaning and task of the inventory explain as well as reasons for inventory differences show up i) k contribute to inventories) l describe transfer of duties of the accounting system on other services) results of accounting for human resources planning and assortment policy explain m) n calculate sales prices) describe the payment and credit facilities; o contribute to the settlement of payment transactions with banks, suppliers and customers) occupational taxes and duties call p) operational risks describe and name insurance options, 7 health and nutrition contribute to the settlement of an insurance claims (§ 3 No. 7) 7.1 means to restore and maintain health (§ 3 No. 7 letter a) a) overlooking the range of free negotiable medicines, finished preparations to map b indication areas) possibilities and limits the use of negotiable free medicines , explain in particular application, effect and dosage, side effects, interactions, contraindications and Gewöhnungen describe c) concept and importance of the reference substance, as well as possibilities and limits of standardization explain d) causes and forms of mood disorders exhibit e) refer to the borders of Self-medicating with over-the-counter medicines for mood disorders and dangers associated with improper handling f) the over-the-counter medicines call equals goods and health hygiene and toiletries; Application expert explain 7.2 medicinal plants, animal drugs and chemical substances (§ 3 No. 7 letter b) a) medicinal plants, animal drugs and chemical substances medicines associate as well as dosage forms and application modes describe b) explain active groups and their effect on over-the-counter medicines, ingredients sum up 7.3 goods after groups of active ingredients to the dietary nutrition (§ 3 No. 7 letter c) a) b describe characteristics of a healthy diet and different forms of dietary nutrition) nutrition for old people , in pregnancy, as well as in the infant and toddler age explain c) appropriate nutritional and tonic as well as Dietetic food for the nutrition forms referred to in point (b) recommend 8 cosmetics, toiletries, perfumery and hygiene (§ 3 No. 8) 8.1 preparative and decorative cosmetics (§ 3 No. 8 letter a) a) importance of health and well-being for the setting of the consumer these products show b) influence of product design , Image and advertising the manufacturer on purchase decision explain c) basic and active ingredients differ as well as important types, properties and uses of additives in the preparative and decorative cosmetics describe d) important types, properties and importance of fats, oils, waxes, alcohols, vitamins and enzymes in the cosmetics describe e) properties, quality and price of the products in terms of basic and active ingredients, as well as their f)
Extraction and processing establish structure, function and aging process of skin and nails describe different skin types distinguish g) describe the influence of environmental, lifestyle and nutrition to skin and nails, suitable means of care and cleaning recommend h) advise clients with allergies or any special problems of skin knowledgeable about appropriate cleaning and care products, limits the Advisory note i) explain interaction preparative and decorative cosmetics , Advise clients when selecting k) describe decorative cosmetics, vote on the type of customer, knowledgeable l explain the application) components of the system care describe m) common terminology of cosmetics explain 8.2 means the Sun care (§ 3 No. 8 letter b) a) b describe effects of sunlight, especially of ultraviolet radiation on the skin) explain importance of the sun protection factor sunscreen for skin type and suitable protective equipment recommended intensity of sunlight c) application and effect of sunscreen explain d) effect of care after sunbathing or tanning booths to tell , Limits of self treatment in skin damage note e) application and effect of self tanning products describe 8.3 men's cosmetics and skin care products (§ 3 No. 8 letter c) a) describe the characteristics of male skin types, skin types are different b) adequate means for the maintenance and cleaning of the skin recommend c) the different types of shaving explain and recommend appropriate means for the shave and subsequent maintenance 8.4 means for body care (§ 3 No. 8 letter d) a) explain influence of personal hygiene on the general well-being , Knowledge of health teaching include b) types, composition, properties, application, and effect of cosmetics explain c) recommend means of cleaning and care of the body, quality characteristics justify d) e describe the pH-dependent effects of Körperreinigungs - and toiletry products, explain importance of pH and the acid mantle of the skin) peculiarities of different body areas body care explain f) customers about the effect of care products for skin , Hair, lips, nails, mouth and teeth as well as legs and feet advise g) describe structure and function of the hair as well as influence from environment, lifestyle, and diet on the hair means of cleaning, maintenance and beautification h) recommend explain meaning of leg - and foot care, recommend resources and 8.5 perfumery articles explain their application (§ 3 No. 8 letter e) a) effect of cultural influences like fashion , Sports and leisure activities on the selection of perfumes and scented water by the customer explain b) basic and excipients for natural and synthetic origin are different c) important types, properties and uses of essential oils, fragrances and alcohol describe d) e explain meaning of the terms of tincture, distillate, extract and essence) quality and price differences in perfumery articles justify in terms of raw materials, production and processing , Properties explain f) fragrances and fragrance development phases of scent of perfumes and scented waters explain 8.6 article on hygiene (§ 3 No. 8 letter f) a) context of hygiene and well-being, as well as the importance of hygiene health describe b) knowledgeable advise clients about special problems of hygiene c) appropriate articles for the General and special personal hygiene recommend 9 trade law (§ 3 No. 9) 9.1 trading with over-the-counter medicines (§ 3 No. 9 letter a) a) explain importance of the medicines Act and regulation expertise to the medicines Act
b) terms of the medicines Act explain in particular medicines, fabrics, marketing, display, standard approval, pharmacy duty and exceptions, proof of expertise retail over-the-counter medicines, travel trade and Pharmacopoeia c) describe tasks, rights and obligations of the monitoring bodies; d call locally competent authority) different labelling requirements for medicines, even pre-packed medicines label e) recognize obviously mistook, distorted or corrupted drugs; identify non-prescription medicinal products; non-prescription medicines properly store, taking into account the storage temperature and the expiry date f) required knowledge about proper filling, packaging and dispensing free negotiable medicines prove g) delimit h cosmetics, food, and non-prescription medicines under legislation) according to the regulations of the restricted 9.2 trade in dangerous substances and plant protection products explain advertising (§ 3 No. 9 letter b) a) meaning and goal of the chemicals Act and the Ordinance on hazardous substances explain b) expertise according to the technical rules for dangerous substances (TRGS 210) 210 prove c) terms of the chemicals Act Terms of the plant protection act and the Ordinance on hazardous substances in particular placing on the market, use, classification and labelling of dangerous substances and preparations d explaining) meaning and purpose of the plant protection act and the plant protection-competence regulation explain e) explain, in particular integrated pest management, plant protection products, placing on the market of plant protection products, plant protection equipment and plant tonic f) tax regulations explain g) describe the tasks, rights and obligations of the monitoring bodies; local authorities call 9.3 trade in foodstuffs and utensils (§ 3 No. 9 letter c) a) b explain importance of food and necessary law of subject of and the regulations it adopted for drugstores) explain concepts of food and necessary law of subject of in particular cosmetic items, commodities and dietetic food c) shelf life of cosmetics and dietary foods relating to appropriate storage conditions and the preservation of specific properties as examples explain 9.4 other important legislation (§ 3 No. 9 letter d) a) explain the terms of the regulation on flammable liquids , especially inflammable fluids and their classification, display and license requirements, improper storage and stocks b) explain terms of the Explosives Act and its implementing regulations, in particular pyrotechnic articles and their classification, storage, delivery restrictions and restrictions on use c) explain the terms of the Ordinance, take-back and recovery obligations for packaging in the commercial explain d) storage and warehouse quantities according to the pressure equipment directive explain e) describe the tasks, rights and obligations of the competent monitoring authorities; locally competent authorities name 10 photo (§ 3 No. 10) 10.1 movies, pictures (§ 3 No. 10 letter a) a) types and uses of recording materials explain b) format, packing, and light sensitivity of recording materials explain c) storage and shelf life of recording materials explain d) supply and processing exposed recording materials describe e) photographic works accept, handle orders, discuss cooperation with a photo lab f) input and quality of photo work after processing check , Claims edit g) 10.2 General photo accessories inform customers about any further uses of photographic works (§ 3 No. 10 letter b) a) b explain the range of the training company of General photographic accessories) customers use and applications, as well as additional offers at PhotoWorks inform c) d inform customers about environmental-friendly disposal of photochemicals) accept used batteries and 10.3 cameras and playback devices lead to the disposal (§ 3 No. 10 letter c) a) customers on camera basic types , b inform their function and handling) recording materials inserting and removing c) d advise clients on camera accessories and applications) e inform customers about playback devices, their function, operation and accessories) make passport photos in the Sofortbildverfahren 11 Chemischtechnische goods, plant protection (§ 3 No. 11) 11.1 chemicals (§ 3 No. 11 letter a) a) designation, properties and use of commercially available chemicals call b) inform customers about environmentally friendly use and disposal , inform about possible risks when handling c) dangerous substances and preparations in the training company sach - and environmentally friendly store and dispose of d) dangerous substances and preparations properly label and give off 11.2 Chemischtechnische goods maintain real value (§ 3 No. 11 letter b) a) inform customers about possibilities of asset conservation, especially of wood, textiles, leather and metals in the household, and the goods of the training company for this specific offer b) inform customers about the appropriate and umweltgerechte application of resources to preserving asset value , inform about possible dangers 11.3 pesticides and tonic (§ 3 No. 11 letter c) a) inform customers about measures and instruments of integrated pest management, b explain in particular plant protection without chemical treatment agent) declare properties, retention and storage of plant protection products; (c differ according to application areas) notice d malicious causes in plants and plant products)
The customer explain properties and effects of pesticides and plant tonic, advise clients on application as well as information about the use of plant protection equipment e) consequences of the self-service ban note f) explain g health protection measures and first aid for accidents) enlighten customers on prevention of damage to people, animals, and natural balance in the use of plant protection products h) 11.4 means to combat pests advise clients about the environmentally friendly disposal of pesticide remnants and - containers (§ 3 No. 11 letter d) a) health and economic importance of storage protection (and b explain pest control) for the retention and storage of pesticides in the training operation instructions c) advise clients about properties, effect, application and storage of the products, as well as potential threats to the health and annex 2 (to section 3) inform training curriculum for vocational training druggist/software engineer - temporal breakdown - environmental (site: BGBl. I 1992, 1213 - 1215) 1 year 1) over a period of a total two to four months are focusing on the skills and knowledge of job positions 1 a. position of the drugstore in the economy as a whole, 1 b position of the training company on the market, 1 e occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 4 b consulting and sales, 4 f assortment structure, 7 c to dietary nutrition, 8 b means the Sun care, 8 c men's cosmetics and toiletries products, 8 e perfumery articles, 8 f article on hygiene, 9 b trade in dangerous substances and plant protection products, 9 d other important legislation and optionally from the profession position 10 Photo 10 c cameras and audio devices or from the professional field position 11 chemical technical products , Plant protection 11 c pesticides and strengthen means to convey.
(2) in a period of total three to four months, the skills and knowledge of the job positions are focusing on 3 a receiving, 3 b goods storage, and optionally from the professional field position 10 photo 10A movies, pictures, 10 b General photo accessories, or from the professional field position 11 chemical technical products, plant protection 11 a chemicals, 11 (b) chemical technical goods maintain real value to convey.
(3) in a period of total four to five months the skills and knowledge of the profession items 1 c are organization of training operations, 1 d vocational training, 1 e occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 4 a sale preparation, 8 a preparative and decorative cosmetics focuses on, to provide means for maintaining body 8 d.
2nd training year 1) during a period of total two to four months the skills and knowledge of professional image positions 5 HR, 9 c are focusing on trade in food and utensils, and from the professional field position 11 chemical technical products, plant protection to give 11 d means of pest control and the transfer of skills and knowledge of job positions 1 e occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 4 b consulting and sales , 4 f assortment structure, 8 b means the Sun care, 8 c men's cosmetics and skin care products, 8 e perfumery articles, 8 f article on hygiene, 9 b trade in dangerous substances and plant protection products, and optionally from the professional field position 10 photo 10A movies, pictures, 10B General photo accessories, 10 c cameras and audio devices or from the professional field position 11 chemical technical products, plant protection of 11 (b) chemical technical goods maintain real value , 11 c pesticides and tonics to continue.
(2) in a period of total three to four months the skills and knowledge of the profession position are focusing on 4 d sales, to convey and the transfer of skills and knowledge of the job positions 8 d to pursue other important legislation means for body care, 9 d.
(3) in a period of total four to five months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are mainly 2 a purchase planning, 2B purchasing, 3 c inventory control, 4 c taking into account consumer wishes and needs, 7 a means to restore and maintain health, 7 b medicinal plants, animal drugs and chemical substances, 9 a trade in over-the-counter medicines, to convey and transfer of skills and knowledge of professional image positions 7 c goods to the dietary nutrition , to continue 8 a preparative and decorative cosmetics.
3rd training year 1) during a period of total two to four months the skills and knowledge of the profession position to convey 6 accounting and the transfer of skills and knowledge of the job positions are mainly 1 e occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy, 3 c inventory monitoring, 5 HR, 8 b means the Sun care, 8 c men's cosmetics and toiletries, 8 e perfumery articles, 8 f article on hygiene , 9 c trade with food and utensils, and optionally from the profession position to continue 10 photo 10A movies, pictures, 10 b General photo accessories, or from the profession position 11 chemical technical products, plant protection of 11 (b) chemical technical goods to the asset conservation, 11 c plant protection and tonic.
(2) in a period of total three to four months the skills and knowledge of the profession positions 4 c are focusing on consideration of consumer wishes and needs, 4 f assortment structure, 8 d means for body care, and optionally from the profession position 10 Photo 10 c cameras and audio devices or from the profession position 11 chemical technical products, plant protection to continue 11 d means of pest control.
(3) in a period of total four to five months the skills and knowledge of the job positions are mainly 1 f merchandise management, information and communication technologies, to provide 4 e advertising and sales promotion and the transfer of skills and knowledge of the job positions 2 a purchase planning, 4 b consulting and sales, 4 d sales, 7 a means to restore and maintain health, 7B medicinal plants , animal drugs and chemical substances, 8 a preparative and decorative cosmetics, 9 a trade in over-the-counter medicines, 9 b trade in dangerous substances and plant protection products to continue.
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