Regulation on vocational training for the gemstone finisher/gemstone fassera

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

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Regulation on vocational training for gemstone finisher/gemstone fasserine (gemstone fasser-training ordinance)

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Date of completion: 02.04.1992

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" Edelsteinfasser-Ausbildungsverordnung vom 2. April 1992 (BGBl. I p. 782) "

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Title: This legal regulation is a training order within the meaning of § 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 last of which is Article 24 (1) of the Law of 24 August 1976 (BGBl). 2525), the Federal Minister for Economic Affairs, in agreement with the Federal Minister for Education and Science, has been responsible for the following: Unofficial table of contents

§ 1 State recognition of the vocational training profession

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

§ 2 Training Duration

The training lasts three and a half years. Unofficial table of contents

§ 3 Training profession

The subject of vocational training shall be at least the following skills and knowledge:
1.
Vocational training,
2.
Establishment and organisation of training activities,
3.
Labour and collective bargaining, occupational health and safety,
4.
Occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy,
5.
Commissioning of machines as well as maintenance of equipment,
6.
Select, prepare, handle and store work and auxiliary materials,
7.
Planning work processes,
8.
Measure and characterize and control work results,
9.
Design and display jewelry and equipment,
10.
Reshaping of metals,
11.
Separate and remove,
12.
Add,
13.
Alloying and melting,
14.
Manufacture of small tools,
15.
Treatment of surfaces,
16.
Recognize and assign precious stones and organic substances
17.
Manufacture and mount frames and sockets,
18.
Grasping of unedel and precious stones in Chaton, Tsar and Angleriplain versions,
19.
Make a cut,
20.
Grasping of unedelic and precious stones in intersections and combined versions.
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§ 4 Training framework plan

(1) The skills and knowledge according to § 3 shall be mediated in accordance with the guidance on the factual and temporal structure of the vocational training (training framework plan) contained in the annex. A factual and chronological breakdown of the training content, which differs from the training framework plan, is permitted, in particular, insofar as the particularities of the company's practical experience require the deviation. (2) The skills referred to in this regulation and knowledge should 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 in particular is self-planning, performing and Control at his workplace. This qualification must also be proven in the examinations according to § § 7 and 8. Unofficial table of contents

§ 5 Training plan

The trainee has to draw up a training plan on the basis of the training framework plan for the trainee. Unofficial table of contents

§ 6 Report Bulletin

The apprentice 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. Unofficial table of contents

§ 7 Interim examination

(1) An intermediate examination shall be carried out in order to determine the level of training. It shall 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 the number of 7 (e) and (f), point 9 (b) running under current point (9) (b) Double letters aa and bb, serial number 14 (c) double letters aa to cc, current number 18 (a) and (b) and in serial number 19 (a) to (e) for the second year of training, as well as the skills and knowledge referred to in in the course of vocational education, in accordance with the framework curriculum, to the extent that he or she is responsible for the Vocational training is essential. (3) The test piece is to produce a test piece in a total of seven hours. In particular, the following shall be considered:
Manufacture of a workpiece in accordance with a given drawing, taking into account design criteria, in particular by applying forming, separating, removal, joining and grasping techniques. (4) The test specimen shall be performed in a total of 180 minutes in total, which are intended to relate to practice-related cases, in writing from the following areas:
1.
Establishment and organisation of training activities,
2.
Labour and collective bargaining, occupational health and safety,
3.
Occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy,
4.
Select, prepare, handle and store work and auxiliary materials,
5.
Design and display items of jewelry,
6.
Separate and remove,
7.
Joining techniques.
(5) 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. Unofficial table of contents

§ 8 Final examination

(1) The final examination shall cover the skills and knowledge listed in the Annex, as well as the teaching material provided in the course of vocational education, to the extent that it is essential for vocational training. (2) The test shall be carried out in the following: a test piece for a maximum of 14 hours in a total of 14 hours. It should show that it can implement the design in terms of design and that it dominates the corresponding production techniques. In particular, the following shall be considered:
Planning, preparation and chamfering of a prefabricated, modelled metal plate using the following techniques, as well as the creation of a test and measurement protocol; parts, drilling, cutting and chamfering of pavee, thread versions, in particular Two-grain, four-grain with jetty, 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 taken. (3) The test piece is to be tested in the written examination in the examination subjects Technology, Design and Work Planning, Technical Mathematics as well as Economic and social studies will be examined. 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 which are to relate to practice-related cases, in particular from the following areas, are to be considered:
1.
in the test subject Technology:
a)
Occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy,
b)
Recognize and assign precious stones and organic substances
c)
Barrel techniques,
d)
Tools, equipment and machines,
e)
Properties and use of materials and auxiliary materials,
f)
Characteristics and processing of precious stones;
2.
in the examination subject Design and work planning:
a)
Planning work processes,
b)
Reading and making drawings,
c)
Measure and characterize and control work results,
d)
historical and contemporary design language,
e)
design test criteria,
f)
Drawing geometric shapes;
3.
in the examination subject Technical Mathematics:
a)
area calculation,
b)
Labour cost calculation,
c)
Calculation of the material value;
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 time limits shall be assumed:
1. in the Technology Examination 120 minutes,
2. in the examination subject Design and work planning 120 minutes,
3. in the examination subject Technical Mathematics 60 minutes,
4. in the examination subject Economic and social studies 60 minutes.
(5) 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. (6) The written examination shall be at the request of the examinee or at the discretion of the To supplement the examination board in individual subjects by means of an oral examination, if the examination committee can give the test for the passing 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 double-fold test compared to each of the other subjects. Weight. (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

Section 9 Repeal of provisions

The occupational profiles established to date, the vocational training plans and the examination requirements for the teaching profession, the learning professions and the comparably regulated training occupations covered by this Regulation, in particular for the training occupation Subject to § 10, jewellery stone finisher/gemstone facials are no longer to be applied. Unofficial table of contents

§ 10 Transitional Regulation

In the case of vocational training conditions existing at the date of entry into force of this Regulation, the provisions to date shall continue to apply, unless the Contracting Parties agree to the application of the provisions of this Regulation. Unofficial table of contents

Section 11 Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on 1 August 1992. Unofficial table of contents

Annex (to § 4)
Training framework for vocational training for the gemstone finisher/gemstone fibre *)

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

Lfd. No. Part of the training profession Skills and knowledge to be conveyed in the light of Section 4 (2) Timeframe values in weeks during 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 the conclusion, duration and termination of the contract,
b)
Mutual rights and obligations arising from the training contract
c)
The possibilities of continuing vocational training
throughout the training
2 Establishment and organisation of training
(§ 3 no. 2)
a)
Explaining the structure and tasks of the training company
b)
Basic functions of the training company, such as procurement, manufacturing, sales and administration, explain
c)
The relationship between the training company and its workforce on economic organisations, professional representatives and trade unions
d)
Describe the basics, tasks and working methods of the constitutional bodies of the training company
3 Labour and collective bargaining, occupational safety and health
(§ 3 no. 3)
a)
call essential parts of the employment contract
b)
the main provisions of the collective agreements applicable to the establishment of the establishment
c)
Explain the tasks of occupational health and safety at work, as well as the relevant professional association and the business inspectorate
d)
The main provisions of the occupational health and safety legislation applicable to the establishment of the training
4 Occupational safety, environmental protection and rational use of energy
(§ 3 n. 4)
a)
professional regulations of the statutory accident insurance institutions, in particular accident prevention regulations, guidelines and leaflets, call
b)
apply occupational health and safety regulations in the course of work
c)
Describe behaviour in the event of accidents and fires, and initiate first-aid measures
d)
call essential rules for fire prevention and serve fire protection devices and fire-fighting equipment
e)
Hazards associated with poisons, vapours, gases, easily flammable substances and electrical current
f)
essential requirements applicable to the training of the company relating to the protection of immissions and water, as well as the clean-keeping of the air, and to take into account
g)
call for and contribute to the reduction of job-related environmental pressures
h)
identify the types of energy used in the training operation and provide opportunities for rational use of energy in the field of occupational exposure and observation
*)
For the first year of training, the training contents of the occupations Goldschmied/Goldschmiedin, Silberschmied/Silberschmiedin and Edelsteinfasser/Edelsteinfasserine are the same.
5 Commissioning of machines as well as maintenance of equipment
(§ 3 no. 5)
a)
Cleaning tools, equipment and machines by cleaning and protecting against corrosion
b)
Check and ensure operational readiness of machines, in particular with regard to fastening, lubrication, cooling and energy supply
c)
Operating materials, in particular oils, coolants and lubricants, changing and refilling according to operating regulations
d)
Set up and set tools, machines and devices, and wait for instruction and maintenance documents
2
6 Selection, preparation, handling and storage of materials and auxiliary materials
(§ 3 no. 6)
a)
Select and prepare metals and their alloys, as well as auxiliary materials, in accordance with their characteristics and with regard to the requirements placed on them
b)
Value ratios of metals and their alloys, which are to be processed or processed, and explain metal deposits and types of extraction
c)
Adjuvants, in particular acids and acid mixtures, alkalis, salts and gases as well as oils, refrigerants and lubricants, shall be used in accordance with their use, applied in accordance with instructions and documents in accordance with their hazards, and stored in accordance with the regulations
d)
comply with environmental protection requirements in the disposal of auxiliary substances, in particular acids, alkalis, salts and gases and oils, coolants and lubricants,
e)
Check precious metals according to workshop procedures
2 *)
7 Planning work processes
(§ 3 no. 7)
a)
Plan implementation of pre-defined drafts
b)
Planning work steps taking into account functional, constructive, manufacturing and economic aspects
c)
Set dimensions and weights
d)
Plan to set up the workplace on workbench and machines
4 *)
e)
Plan to implement your own designs with due regard for technical possibilities and limits as well as design intent
f)
Plan work independently, taking into account organizational and information requirements as well as the duration of the work, and prepare the implementation independently
g)
develop design test criteria, in particular with respect to proportions and shape quality of the design
4
8 Measure and characterize and control work results
(§ 3 No. 8)
a)
Set up test and measurement equipment to control work results
b)
Apply measuring slides, angle gauges and special gauges
c)
in accordance with specified tolerances
aa)
Measuring workpieces
bb)
Detect and correct deviations from the set point
cc)
Tearing and graining workpieces
dd)
Check surfaces and shape accuracy
ee)
Weigh workpieces
d)
Assessing the surface quality of semi-finished products and workpieces by visual inspection
e)
Assessing work results with regard to design quality, in particular with respect to design criteria and specifications
f)
Explain and apply the law on the fine content of gold and silver products, as well as the industrial regulations on the transport of precious metals, precious stones and pearls
g)
Stamping precious metals, in particular with regard to the type of metal and the fine content
4 *)
9 Design and display of jewelry and equipment
(§ 3 no. 9)
a)
Taking into account design principles as well as possibilities and limits of presentation techniques
aa)
Read and write sketches and drawings
bb)
Make unwinding
5
b)
Having regard to design principles, in particular in terms of shape, colour, gloss and structure,
aa)
Sketching Jewelry
bb)
Black-and-white and coloured designs for gemstone arrangements on pre-set pieces of jewellery
4
*)
In the context of other training contents listed in the training framework plan.
10 Reshaping of metals
(§ 3 No. 10)
Having regard to metal properties and requirements
a)
Metal sheets and profiles
b)
Make and pull wires and pipes
c)
Bending the wires and metal sheets free of hand and using auxiliary means
d)
Forging wires and metal sheets
e)
Draw up hollow shapes
f)
Directing sheets and wires
8
11 Disconnect and remove
(§ 3 No. 11)
Having regard to material properties and requirements
a)
Separating sheets, pipes and wires
b)
Work the workpieces in a flat and angular manner
c)
Exact shape-and fit-to-fit workpieces
d)
Drilling workpieces in compliance with pressure, speed and cooling
e)
Workpieces made of milling and shaping
f)
Cutting inside and outside threads
g)
Rub holes and pipes up to fit accuracy
h)
Perform stabbing exercises on workpieces made of precious and non-precious metals
i)
deburring
k)
Surfaces and edges blankshaben
6
12 Add
(§ 3 no. 12)
Having regard to material properties and requirements
a)
Metals hard-and soft soldering
aa)
Select soldering tools, loaves and fluxes
bb)
Preparing and soldering workpieces and semi-finished products for soldering
b)
Metals Welding
c)
Make pin connections and stipend
d)
Workpieces rigidly and movably riveted
e)
Screw-on workpieces
f)
Stick parts of the same or different materials in compliance with the processing conditions and guidelines
7
13 Alloying and melting
(§ 3 n. 13)
Taking into account the ongoing chemical and physical processes
a)
Alloying metals
b)
Melting metals
c)
Metals Glow
2
14 Manufacture of small tools
(§ 3 no. 14)
a)
Edit Tool Steel
b)
Harden, start and post-polish small tools
4
c)
taking into account the type of use
aa)
Align the stitch
bb)
Make Kittstöcke
cc)
Make center and top drills
2
dd)
Push-out and push-out as well as bockfoot, punches and tip
ee)
Make grain and millegriffes-iron as well as grain drills and drivers
2
15 Treatment of surfaces
(§ 3 No. 15)
a)
taking into account the grinding and polishing properties of materials as well as grinding and polishing in manual and machine processes
aa)
Compacting and structuring surfaces by brushing
bb)
Retract surfaces
cc)
Sanding workpieces up to polishing properties
dd)
grind and polish
ee)
Matting
4
b)
in compliance with environmental and health protection rules
aa)
Producing galvanic coatings
bb)
Colouring metals with chemical additives
2
16 Recognition and allocation of precious stones and organic substances
(§ 3 n. 16)
with respect to the properties of precious stones and organic substances
a)
Identifying, assigning and handling precious stones and organic substances
b)
Consideration of value ratios of precious stones and organic substances as well as due diligence requirements when handling these substances
c)
Detect inclusions and cracks with optical devices, as well as take into account the dangers of jumping out of the fibre.
4
17 Manufacture and assembly of frames and sockets
(§ 3 no. 17)
Manufacture and assemble frames and versions in accordance with the design intent 4
18 Grasping of unedel and precious stones in chaton-, frames-and angler-plains
(§ 3 no. 18)
Having regard to design intent and stone properties, in particular the hardness and light refraction, and due diligence obligations
a)
Prepare cutting plates, in particular a-jour-saws
b)
Adjusting the mountings for stones
c)
Draw stones in round and oval chaton and frame versions
6
d)
Building blocks in chat versions, in particular square, rectangular, octagonal, navy, baguette, carreefassungen, drop, half-moon, heart and fantasy forms
e)
Stones in frame versions, in particular square, rectangular, octagonal, navy, box, bow, chuckle, mirror, drop, crescent, heart and fantasy shapes
f)
Grasp stones in half-zarges, especially Navette and Carree in corner angles
g)
Precious and synthetic stones in facets and chabochonform by rubbing, especially stones in round, oval, angular and fantasy forms
12
19 Ready-to-use
(§ 3 no. 19)
Taking into account the design intent as well as the possibilities and limits of the intersection
a)
Straight and curved lines stand out, in particular with pointed, facets and hollow stitch
b)
Transfer and impress designs on metal plates
c)
Manual and machine drilling, in particular with respect to pre-defined shapes, stone distances, cornanal orders and carving
d)
Cutting moulds without holes with facets and flat stitch
e)
Shapes with boreholes and grains, in particular star, triangle, karo, Navette, tulip and fantasy forms
12
f)
Cropping up and running grain rows and thread versions on a flat and modeled base with two-grain, four-grain and five-grain
g)
Apply the barrel grains in the same and out-of-the-line grain rows and remove them from the rib and cut them out
h)
Cutting glare
i)
Record and drill ornaments on a flat and modeled substrate, set up grain and cut
10
k)
Cutting Pavee
aa)
quadratic shapes, especially with four, nine and sixteen equally large parallel holes
bb)
Make rhombus moulds, especially with four, nine and sixteen offset holes of equal size
cc)
Make triangular shapes, in particular with three, ten and fifteen offset holes of equal size
dd)
Finished hexagonal and circular shapes, in particular with seven, nineteen and thirty-seven offset holes
8
ee)
Make imaginative shapes, especially with offset and parallel-opening differently sized holes
l)
Make thread versions and pavee as covered versions
4
m)
Models with different versions of cast-in-cast
8
20 Grasping of unedel and precious stones in intersections and combined versions
(§ 3 No. 20)
Stones before and after the cutting, especially with respect to design intent as well as properties of unedel and precious stones
a)
Divide the same and out-of-the-art thread versions on a flat and modeled base, drill and use two-grain, four-grain, five-grain, six-grain, webs and fantasy shapes
b)
Make incrustations
c)
Shape triangular shape and square shapes
10
d)
Pavee with two-grain, four-grain and five-grain, parallel and staggered with equally large and variously sized stones
e)
covered with two-grain, four-grain and five-grain
f)
Use the millegrip on carved and frame versions and press and press
14
g)
Round and square stones taking into account different types of barrel in allied rings
4
h)
Stones, in particular baguettes and carrees, smooth and combined with Stotzen
aa)
by fixing two sides
bb)
by adjusting one side of the page
8
i)
Stones smooth and with stocking in carmozations
k)
combine different barrel techniques in a workpiece
16