Regulation Concerning Vocational Training For The Gemsetter / To The Edelsteinfasserin

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Berufsausbildung zum Edelsteinfasser/zur Edelsteinfasserin

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Regulation on vocational training for gemstone finisher/to gemstone fassera (gemstone fiber training ordinance)

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Date of completion: 02.04.1992

Full quote:

" gemstone fiber training ordinance of 2. April 1992 (BGBl. I p. 782) "

Footnote

Title: This Regulation is a training order within 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 soon be published as a supplement to the Federal Gazette.

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On the basis of § 25 of the Vocational Training Act of 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 Training profession

The vocational training profession Edelsteinfasser/Edelsteinfasserine is recognized by the state. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Training period

The training lasts for three and a half 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.
Vocational Training,
2.
Construction and organization of the training company,
3.
Work and Taric law, Labor Protection,
4.
Safety, Environmental Protection, and rational Energy Use,
5.
commissioning machines and waiting for equipment,
6.
Select, Prepare, Handhave and Storage of plant and auxiliary materials,
7.
Planning of work sequences,
8.
Fairs and Identify and control work products,
9.
Design and display of jewelry and equipment,
10.
Reforms of Metals,
11.
Split and Abwear,
12.
Add,
13.
Legating and Melting,
14.
ready to use small tools,
15.
Treating surfaces,
16.
Recognizing and associating precious stones and organic fabrics,
17.
Twey and Monting of Tsarge and versions,
18.
Chamfers of Unedel and Precious Stones in Chaton, Tsar and Angerium Levels,
19.
Finished Editing,
20.
Fassen of Unedel and Precious Stones in Section Collections and
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§ 4 Training framework plan

(1) The skills and knowledge in accordance with § 3 shall be based on the following: Guidance on the factual and chronological structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) is provided in the annex. A material and time breakdown of the training content, which differs from the training framework plan, is permitted in particular, insofar as special operational features require 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, self-planning, carrying out and controlling at his workplace. This qualification must also be proven in the examinations according to § § 7 and 8. 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 in order to determine the level of training. It is to take place before the end of the second year of training.(2) The intermediate examination shall cover those in the Appendix for the first year of training and those under current point 7 (e) and (f), point 9 (b) (aa) and (bb), current number 14 (c) (aa) (aa). up to point 18 (a) and (b), and in paragraph 19, points (a) to (e) for the second year of training, as well as to the skills and knowledge required for the second year of training, as well as to those in the vocational education and training course according to the framework curriculum Teaching material, insofar as it is essential for vocational training.(3) The test piece shall be a test piece for a total of seven hours. [0050] For this purpose, it is particularly possible to use
to produce a workpiece in accordance with a predetermined drawing, taking into account design criteria, in particular by using forming, separating, removal, joining and fusing techniques.(4) The purpose of the test is to solve in writing, in a maximum of 180 minutes, tasks related to practice-related cases from the following areas:
1.
Construction and organization of the training company,
2.
Work and Taric law, Occupational safety,
3.
Safety, environmental protection, and rational use of energy,
4.
Select, prepare, handle and store materials and auxiliary materials,
5.
Design and display of Jewelry items,
6.
Split and drop,
7.
Joining techniques.
(5) The in The duration of the examination referred to in paragraph 4 may, in particular, be undershot to the extent that the written examination is carried out in a programmed form. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 final examination

(1) The final examination shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in the Appendix 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) In the practical test, the test piece shall produce a test piece in a maximum of 14 hours. It should show that it can implement the design in terms of design and that it dominates the corresponding production techniques. Suitable for this purpose are:
Planning, preparation and chamfering of a prefabricated, modelled metal plate using the following techniques, as well as creating a test and measurement protocol; parts, drilling, cutting and chamfering Pavee, thread versions, especially two-grain, four-grain with bridge, five-grain and out-of-line grain rows, Chatons, Navettes and covered versions. In addition, baguettes, carrees, or a frame of at least eight mm edge length are to be grasped.(3) The examinee shall be examined in the written examination in the examination subjects Technology, Design and Work Planning, Technical Mathematics as well as Economic and Social Studies. In the examination subject Design and work planning, technical problems are to be analysed, evaluated and suitable solutions presented by linking information technology, technological and mathematical issues. Tasks related to practice-related cases, in particular from the following areas, are eligible:
1.
in test subject technology:
a)
Work Safety, Environmental Protection and rational Energy Use,
b)
Discover and Map Precious stones and organic substances,
c)
Faßtechniques,
d)
Tool, devices and Machines,
e)
Properties and Use of Work and Auxiliary Materials,
f)
Properties and processing of precious stones;
2.
in the design and work planning examination subject:
a)
Schedule work flows,
b)
Read and write drawings,
c)
Measure and characterize, and control Work results,
d)
historical and contemporary design language,
e)
design Check criteria,
f)
Drawing geometrical shapes;
3.
in the Technical Review Mathematics:
a)
Area Calculation,
b)
Labor Cost Calculation,
c)
Material Value Calculation;
4.
in the examination subject Economic and social studies: general economic and social relationships of the working and working world.
(4) For the written examination, the following is: The following time limits are expected:
1.in test subject technology 120 minutes,
2.in the design and work planning exam subject120 Minutes,
3.in Technical Mathematics Review60 Minutes,
4.in the Business and Social Science examination subject60 minutes.
(5) The duration of the examination referred to in paragraph 4 may be shall, in particular, be undershot to the extent that the written examination is carried out in programmed form.(6) The written examination shall be supplemented, at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the examination board in individual subjects, by an oral examination, if the examination board may give a rash for the existence of the examination. The written examination shall have twice the weight of the oral test. Written examination within the meaning of paragraphs 7 and 8 shall also be the written examination supplemented by an oral examination.(7) Within the written examination, the examination subject technology has double the weight compared to each of the remaining subjects.(8) The examination has been passed if at least sufficient services are provided in the practical and written examination as well as within the written examination in the examination subject technology. Unofficial table of contents

§ 9 Revocation of Rules

The occupational profiles, vocational training plans, and examination requirements for the Subject to § 10, the teaching profession, the teaching profession and the comparably regulated training occupations covered by this Regulation, in particular for the training occupation of gemstone keepers/gemstones, are no longer to be applied. 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 the application of the provisions of this Regulation. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Entry into force

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

Asset (to § 4)
Training Framework for the Vocational Training for the gemstone/gemstone fassera *)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1992, 785-792)

Lfd. No. part of the training professional image skills and Knowledge to be conveyed in accordance with § 4 (2) timeframe values in weeks in the training year
1 2 3 4
1 2 3 4
1 Vocational Training
(§ 3 No. 1)
a)
The importance of the training contract, in particular completion, duration and termination,
b)
Mutual rights and obligations arising from the Apprenticeship contract call
c)
call possibilities of continuing vocational training
throughout the training taught
2 Construction and organization of the training company
(§ 3 No. 2)
a)
explain the structure and tasks of the forming enterprise
b)
Basic functions of the forming enterprise, such as procurement, Production, sales and administration, explain
c)
The relationships of the company and its workforce to economic organizations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Basics, tasks, and Working method of the constitutional bodies of the forming
3 Work and Taric Law, Work Protection
(§ 3 No. 3)
a)
essential parts of the work contract (
)
The tasks of occupational health and safety, as well as of the relevant professional association and of the business inspectorate, are
c)
explain
d)
essential provisions of the employment protection laws applicable to the forming
4 Work safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy
(§ 3 No. 4)
a)
occupational regulations of the statutory accident insurance institutions, in particular accident prevention regulations, guidelines and information leaflets, call
b)
occupational health and safety regulations in the case of the Apply work flows
c)
describe behaviors in accidents and fires, and initiate first-aid actions
d)
call essential fire prevention regulations and fire safety devices and Use fire-fighting equipment
e)
Hazards of poisons, vapours, gases, easily flammable substances and electrical current, note
f)
essential rules applicable to the training of the company on the protection of immissions and water, as well as on the clean-up of the air, and consider
g)
to name and reduce the environmental impact of the workplace
h)
used in the training establishment Name the energy species and the possibilities of rational use of energy in the field of occupational exposure and observation
*)
For the first The training year is the training contents of the occupations Goldschmied/Goldschmiedin, Silberschmied/Silberschmiedin and Edelsteinfasser/Edelsteinfasserin the same.
5 Commissioning of machines and maintenance of operating equipment
(§ 3 no. 5)
a)
Clean and protect tools, equipment, and machines from corrosion
b)
Check and ensure the operational readiness of machines, especially with regard to fastening, lubrication, Cooling and energy supply
c)
Operating materials, in particular oils, coolants and lubricants, changing and repleniring
d)
Set up and adjust tools, machines and devices as well as the following: Instruction and maintenance documents are
2
6 Select, prepare, handle and store materials and auxiliary materials
(§ 3 no. 6)
a)
Metals and Select and prepare their alloys and excipients in accordance with their properties and with regard to the requirements laid down
b)
Value ratios of metals and their alloys, which are to be processed or processed,
c)
Auxiliary substances, in particular acids and acid mixtures, alkalis, salts and gases as well as oils, coolants and lubricants, differ according to their use, according to instructions (d)
in compliance with environmental protection requirements for the disposal of excipients, in particular acids, alkalis, salts and gases, and oils, refrigerators, etc.
and lubricants, co-action
e)
Review precious metals by workshop-standard
2 *)
7 Schedule work flows
(§ 3 no. 7)
a)
Planning the implementation of pre-defined drafts
b)
Planning work steps taking into account functional, constructive, manufacturing, and economic aspects
c)
Dimensions Set weights
d)
Plan the workstation on workbench and
4 *)
e)
Plan implementation of your own drafts with due regard to technical possibilities and limits as well as design intent
f)
Work flow autonomously taking into account organizational and Plan and prepare the implementation independently
g)
Develop design test criteria, in particular with regard to proportions and shape quality of the
4
8 Measuring and identifying and controlling work products
(§ 3 No. 8)
a)
Test and measurement means to control the Set work results
b)
Apply measurement slides, angle meters, and special gauges
c)
with respect to specified tolerances
aa)
Measure workpieces
bb)
Deviations from the set point dimension Determining and correcting
cc)
tearing and graining workpieces
dd)
Check surfaces and shape accuracy
ee)
workpieces
d)
Surface quality of Evaluate semi-finished products and workpieces by visual inspection
e)
assess work results in terms of design quality, in particular in compliance with design criteria and specifications
f)
the law on the Fine gold and silver products, as well as the commercial rules on the transport of precious metals, precious stones and pearls, shall be explained and applied
g)
Stamping precious metals, in particular with regard to the type of metal and FContent
4 *)
9 Design and display of jewelry and device
(§ 3 No. 9)
a)
with respect to design principles and Possibilities and limits of presentation techniques
aa)
Read and write sketches and drawings
bb)
Finals
5
b)
with respect to design principles, especially with regard to shape, color, gloss and structure,
aa)
Jewelry sketch
bb)
black-and-white and colored designs for gemstone arrangements on pre-set pieces of jewelry
4
*)
To mediate in conjunction with other training contents listed in the training framework plan.
10 Reforms of metals
(§ 3 No. 10)
taking into account Metal properties and requirements
a)
Sheets and profiles rolls
b)
To make and pull wires and pipes
c)
Wire and sheet free hand and using auxiliary agents bending
d)
forge wires and sheets
e)
pull out hollow shapes
f)
direct metal sheets and
8
11 Disconnect and remove
(§ 3 No. 11)
with respect to material properties and requirements
a)
Split sheets, pipes and wires
b)
workpieces plan and angled
c)
shapes-and fit-exactly
d)
Drill workpieces in compliance with pressure, speed and cooling
e)
Machining workpieces
f)
Cutting inside and outside threads
g)
Drilling and pipes up to the
h)
Run the Stechexercises on Edel and Unedel Metals
i)
deburring
k)
surfaces and edges blankshaben
6 
12 Add
(§ 3 No. 12)
respecting material properties and requirements
a)
Metal hard and soft brazing
aa)
Soldering tools, solders and fluxes selecting
bb)
Preparing and soldering workpieces and semi-finished
b)
Metal welding
c)
Finished and stitching
d)
workpieces rigid and movable
e)
screwing workpieces
f)
parts of the same or different materials, adhering to the processing conditions and guidelines
7 
13 Legating and melting
(§ 3 No. 13)
taking account of the chemical and physical processes taking place
a)
alloying metals
b)
metals melting
c)
metals glowing
2
14 Fining small tools
(§ 3 No. 14)
a)
Edit tool steel
b)
Small tools harden, touch and post-polish
4 
c)
in compliance with
aa)
RCA
bb)
finished kittsticks
cc)
Center and peak
2
dd)
ready-to-use and out-of-the-box, punt and tip-top
ee)
grain and millegrips-iron, grain drills and drivers finished
2
15 Treating surfaces
(§ 3 No. 15)
a)
with respect to the grinding and polishing properties of materials as well as grinding and polishing in manual and machine processes
aa)
Compressing and structuring surfaces by brushing
bb)
draining surfaces
cc)
workpieces up to polishing capacity emery
dd)
loops and polish
ee)
matting
4
b)
in compliance with environmental and health protection rules
aa)
Connect galvanic coatings
bb)
colorants with chemical
2
16 Discover and map Precious stones and organic substances
(§ 3 No. 16)
taking into account the properties of precious stones and organic substances
a)
gemstones and
b)
Value ratios of precious stones and organic substances as well as due diligence in handling these substances
c)
Inclusions and cracks with optical devices recognising the dangers of jumping out at the chamfering
4
17 Findings and mounts of frames and frames
(§ 3 no. 17)
taking into account the design intent Assemble and mount frames and frames 4
18 Fassen of Unedel and Precious stones in Chaton, Tsar and Angleran versions
(§ 3 No. 18)
under Consideration of design intent as well as stone properties, in particular hardness and light refraction, and due diligence
a)
Preparing cutting plates, in particular a-jour-saws
b)
mountings for stones adjusting
c)
Capturing stones in round and oval chaton and frame versions
6
d)
handle stones in chat versions, in particular square, rectangular, octagonal, Navette, baguette, carreefassungen, drop, half-moon, heart and fantasy shapes
e)
grasp stones in frames of the body, especially square, rectangular, octagonal, Navette, box, bow, chuckle, mirror, drop, crescent, heart and fantasy shapes
f)
Caps in half-frames, in particular Navette and Carree in corner angles
g)
Edel and synthetic bricks in facets and chabochonform by rubbing, especially stones in round, oval, angular and fantasy
12
19 Finished Editing
(§ 3 Nr. 19)
taking into account the design intent and the possibilities and limits of the intersection
a)
straight and curved lines stand out, especially with Spikes, facets and hollow spikes
b)
Transfer designs on metal plates and impress
c)
manually and mechanically drilling, in particular with respect to pre-defined shapes, stone distances, cornanal systems
d)
shapes without holes with facets and flat stitch
e)
Cutting shapes with holes and grains, in particular star, triangle, diamonds, naNavette, tulips, and Imaginative
12
f)
equal-and-out grain rows and thread versions on flat and modeled ground with two-grain, four-grain and five-grain cutting
g)
Barrel Grains in and out of the Rib Rows and out of the rib
h)
Blendrosis
i)
Record and drill ornaments on a flat and modeled
  10
k)
Pavee intersect
aa)
make square shapes, especially with four, nine, and sixteen equal-sized parallel running Drilling
bb)
ready-to-use rhombuses, especially with four, nine, and sixteen offset holes
cc)
make triangular shapes, in particular with three, ten, and fifteen offset shapes. large holes
dd)
hexagonal and circular shapes, in particular with seven, nineteen, and thirty-seven offset
8 
ee)
Fantasy Moulds, especially with offset and parallel-setting different sizes
l)
Thread mounts and pavee as covered
4
m)
Cast models with different
8
20 Fassen of Unedel and Precious stones in sectional versions and combined versions
(§ 3 No. 20)
Trim Stones before and after the cutting, especially with respect to design intent and properties of unedel and gemstones
a)
identical and out-of-the-box thread versions on a flat and modeled basis Dividing the ground, drilling and using two-grain, four-grain, five-grain, six-grain, webs and fantasy shapes
b)
ready to use incrustations
c)
Triangular shape and square
10
d)
Pavee with two-grain, four-grain and five-grain, parallel and offset with equal size and different sized stones
e)
covered with two-grain, four-grain and five-grain
f)
Millegriffes on carved and frame-mounted frames and
14
g)
Summarise round and square stones in alliance rings, taking into account different types of fasting
4
h)
Stones, in particular baguettes and carrees, smooth and combined with Stocking
aa)
by attaching two pages
bb)
by adjusting a
8
i)
Stones smooth and with stocking in carmozations
k)
combine different barrel techniques in a work
16