Regulation On The Examination Concluded Certified Industrial Champion Recognised / Certified Industry Champion - Specialising In Electrical Engineering

Original Language Title: Verordnung über die Prüfung zum anerkannten Abschluss Geprüfter Industriemeister/Geprüfte Industriemeisterin - Fachrichtung Elektrotechnik

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Regulation on the examination of the recognized conclusion of Industrial Certified Industrial Master/Certified Industrial Product Discipline Electrical Engineering

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ElekMeistPrV 2004

Date of delivery: 30.11.2004

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" Regulation on the examination of the recognized degree of certified industrial master/certified industrial master in electrical engineering of the 30th of November 2004. November 2004 (BGBl. 3133), as last amended by Article 26 of the Regulation of 26 June 2008. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 274) "

:Last modified by Art. 26 V v. 26.3.2014 I 274

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(+ + + Text Evidence: 8.12.2004 + + +)

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Based on Section 46 (2) of the Vocational Training Act of 14. August 1969 (BGBl. 1112), which was last amended by Article 184 (1) of the Regulation of 25 June 2008. November 2003 (BGBl. 2304), the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, after listening to the Standing Committee of the Federal Institute for Vocational Education and Training, in agreement with the Federal Ministry of Economics and Labour, shall: name="BJNR313300004BJNE000200000 " />Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Objective of the examination and designation of the financial statements

(1) To demonstrate the knowledge, skills and experience that The competent authority may carry out exams in accordance with § § 2 to 9 by continuing vocational training to the certified industrial master/specialising in the field of electrical engineering.(2) The aim of the test is to provide proof of qualification as a certified industrial master/specialist in the field of electrical engineering, and thus the qualification:
1.
in companies of different sizes and industry affiliations, and in different areas, and Fields of activity of a company Sach, organization and management tasks and
2.
on changing methods and systems in production, on their own Flexible structures of work organisation and new methods of organisational development, personnel management and development, as well as the technical and organisational change in operation.
(3) Through the Examination is to determine whether the qualification is available, in the operational functional fields "Production maintenance production", "Operating maintenance infrastructure" as well as "manufacturing and assembly" in particular the following related tasks A certified industrial master/certified industrial master specialising in electrical engineering:
1.
Monitor production processes; decide on the use of the operating and production equipment and ensure their maintenance and operational readiness; to ensure compliance with the Ensure quality and quantity requirements; initiate measures to prevent and remedy operational disruptions and ensure the energy supply in operation; design jobs in accordance with ergonomic aspects; and the workplaces under Establish compliance with appropriate regulations, regulations and standards; implement technical developments in the company and organise and monitor the new courses; for the value preservation of materials and products during transport and storage materials, construction and spare parts; participate in the development of proposals for new technical concepts and contribute to the continuous work and production improvement process;
2.
Planning work processes, including the use of materials and resources, and participate in the planning and implementation of new work techniques and manufacturing processes; Set up cost plans, monitor cost developments and pay attention to an economic process; participate in the selection and procurement of machinery, equipment and equipment; plan quality and quantity targets and ensure compliance with the requirements of the Ensure that maintenance is coordinated and monitored in coordination with the responsible employees and the operating divisions involved; in close cooperation with the security officer, the maintenance of the Ensure occupational safety, environmental and health regulations; inform employees and employees in good time and appropriately; in cooperation with the employees and employees, inform employees and employees of their employees and employees. Consult parent planning groups and contribute workshop data and production results to the planning processes;
3.
the employees in the sense of the company's objectives, and assign them to their tasks, taking into account the requirements, in terms of business management, and with consideration of their personal data, qualifications and interests; the employees and employees motivate, motivate and participate in decision-making processes in an independent, responsible way; participate in the planning of staffing needs and job vacancies; supervise and moderate groups; and the goal-oriented cooperation and Promote communication between and with the employees, with the managers as well as with the works council; carry out assessments of individuals and groups and one of the skills of the employees and employees To promote appropriate human resources development; to promote their willingness to innovate and to work towards their systematic training inside and outside the company; to introduce new staff members into their work areas; Responsible for the training of the trainees assigned to him; continuously implementing the quality management goals in the responsible area and promoting the quality awareness of the employees; in the customer and supplier support co-operate, advise customers and promote customer satisfaction.
(4) The successfully completed test leads to the recognised degree of certified industrial master/certified industrial master-specialisation in electrical engineering. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 Scope of the industrial title qualification and structure of the examination

(1) The qualification for the audited Industriemeister/zur Audited Industriemeisterin-specialising in electrical engineering:
1.
Professional and Labor Education Qualifications,
2.
Basic Qualifications,
3.
Action-specific qualifications.
(2) The acquisition of vocational and employment pedagogical qualifications in accordance with the Trainers Suitability ordinance according to the Vocational Training Act or on the basis of any other public service provision, if the proven knowledge is equivalent to the requirements laid down in § 3 (1) of the Trainers Suitability Regulation, it must be proven. The acquisition of these qualifications is generally to be carried out prior to admission to the examination section "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications". Proof must be provided before the last examination has been completed.(3) The examination of the certified industrial master/certified industrial master specialising in electrical engineering is divided into the test parts:
1.
Specialist Basic Qualifications,
2.
Action-specific qualifications.
(4) In the examination section referred to in paragraph 3, point 1, it must be examined in writing in the form of application-related tasks in accordance with § 4, and in the examination section referred to in paragraph 3, no. 2, it must be integrated in writing in the form of function-field-related and the areas of action Examination of situational tasks and oral questions in the form of a situation-related expert discussion in accordance with § 5. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Admission requirements

(1) For the examination in the examination section, "Cross-disciplinary basic skills" is to allow the following:
1.
a successfully completed final audit in a recognized Training occupation that can be attributed to the electrical engineering professions, or
2.
a final examination completed with success in another recognized occupation and thereafter at least six months of professional practice or
3.
a professional practice of at least four years.
(2) For the examination in the examination part " Action-specific Qualifications " is to be allowed, who will have the following:
1.
how to place the review of the review part "cross-discipline basic qualifications", not exceeding five years, and
2.
in the cases referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (3), at least one
(3) The professional practice referred to in paragraphs 1 and 2 shall have substantial references to the duties of a certified industrial master/specialist in the field of electrical engineering in accordance with § 1 para. 3.(4) By way of derogation from the conditions set out in paragraphs 1 and 2 (2), it may also be admitted for examination who, by submitting certificates or in any other way, makes it possible to have acquired professional qualifications which are the subject of Justify authorisation for examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Basic Qualifications Cross-disciplinary Skills

(1) In the Examination Section "Cross-discipline Basic Qualifications" is to be checked in the following examination areas:
1.
Legal Action,
2.
Business Action,
3.
Applying methods of information, communication, and Planning,
4.
Operation in operation,
5.
Taking into account scientific and
(2) In the Examination Division "Legal Awareness", the ability to take into account relevant legislation in the context of application-related actions is to be demonstrated. This includes designing the working conditions of employees in labour law aspects, as well as ensuring occupational safety, health protection and environmental protection in accordance with legal principles, and the To ensure cooperation with the relevant institutions. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
1.
Consider Labour law provisions and provisions in the design of individual employment relationships and in the event of misconduct of employees, in particular with regard to labour contract law, collective agreement law, and operating agreements;
2.
Taking into account the provisions of the German Works Constitution Act, in particular the rights of participation in the company's constitutional law Organs;
3.
Legal provisions on social security, remuneration and work promotion;
4.
Consider occupational health and safety regulations and provisions in coordination with institutions and non-company institutions;
5.
Taking into account the regulations of environmental law, in particular with regard to water protection, waste disposal, air pollution control and noise control, radiation protection and protection against dangerous substances;
6.
Considering relevant economic legislation and regulations, in particular with regard to: Product responsibility, product liability and data protection.
(3) In the examination area "Business Action", the ability to demonstrate the ability to conduct business-related activities within the scope of application-related activities to be able to take account of the economic context and to create economic relations. It is intended to represent company forms and to analyse and assess their impact on their own task perception. Furthermore, it is intended to demonstrate the ability to plan, assess and influence operational processes according to economic aspects. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
1.
Consider the economic management principles of enterprises, including economic interrelations and social effects;
2.
Consideration of the principles operational setup and run-off organization;
3.
Benefits of organizational development opportunities;
4.
Applying pricing methods and continuous, operational improvement methods;
5.
Perform cost-of-cost, cost-account and cost-support bills, and calculation methods.
(4) In the review area, " Apply methods of information, Communication and Planning " is intended to demonstrate the ability to analyse, plan and make transparent projects and processes. This includes preparing data, creating technical documentation, using appropriate planning techniques, and applying appropriate presentation techniques. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be verified:
1.
Capture, Analyze, and Preparation of process and production data by means of computer systems and evaluating visualized data;
2.
Evaluating planning techniques and analysis methods and their Application possibilities;
3.
Apply presentation techniques;
4.
Create technical documentation, drafts, statistics, tables and charts;
5.
Apply Project Management Methods;
6.
Select and apply information and communication forms, including the use of corresponding information and communication tools.
(5) In the examination area "Cooperation in operation" shall demonstrate the ability to identify, in the context of application-related actions, interrelationships of social behaviour, the impact of which is assessed on cooperation and, through appropriate measures, on a to work towards a goal-oriented and efficient collaboration. This includes promoting the willingness of employees to perform, solving operational problems and social conflicts, taking account of leadership principles and applying appropriate management techniques. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
1.
Assess and Promot the professional development of individuals, taking into account the previous career path and taking into account personal and social circumstances;
2.
Assessment and Take into account the influence of work organisation and workplace on social behaviour and the operating climate, and take measures to improve them;
3.
Assess the group structure's influences on group behavior and collaboration, as well as developing and converting alternatives;
4.
Diverting with your own and foreign leadership behavior, implementing guide principles;
5.
Apply management methods and techniques, including agreements of appropriate room for manoeuvrament, to ensure willingness and collaboration of employees and
6.
Promoting communication and cooperation by applying methods to solve operational problems and social issues. Conflicts.
(6) In the examination area "Consideration of natural scientific and technical laws" the ability to demonstrate the relevant scientific and technical laws for solving technical problems is to be proven. To be able to apply mathematical, physical, chemical and technical knowledge and skills to solve tasks arising from operational practice. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered:
1.
Consider the Effects of natural scientific and technical laws on materials, machines and processes as well as on humans and the environment, in particular in oxidation and reduction processes, thermal influences, galvanic processes, mechanical movement processes, electrotechnical, hydraulic and pneumatic drive and control procedures;
2.
Use of different forms of energy in operation, as well as Note the related impacts on humans and the environment;
3.
Calculating operational and manufacturing sizes for loads and loads. Movements;
4.
Applying statistical procedures and performing simple statistical calculations and their graphical representation.
(7) The The processing period for the written tasks in the examination areas referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (5) shall not exceed eight hours, the examination area referred to in paragraph 1 No.1 to 4 shall be at least 90 minutes, in the examination area referred to in paragraph 1 1 no. 5 at least 60 minutes.(8) Where there are no more than two written examinations in the examination areas referred to in paragraph 1 (1) to (5), an oral supplementary examination shall be offered in these examination areas. In the case of one or more insufficient written examination results, this possibility does not exist. The additional examination should normally take no more than 20 minutes for each examination area and examination participant or examination participant. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination are combined into an examination performance. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Action-specific qualifications

(1) The "Action-specific Qualifications" review section includes the Areas of action "Technology", "Organisation" as well as "Management and personnel", which are to be assigned to the operational functional fields "Operating maintenance production", "Operating maintenance infrastructure" and "Manufacturing and assembly". The areas of action shall be described by the qualification priorities referred to in paragraph 2 (1) to (3). Three function-field-related situation tasks are set in accordance with paragraphs 3 to 5, taking into account the cross-disciplinary basic skills. Two of the situation tasks are to be solved in writing, a situation task is the subject of the situation-related expert discussion in accordance with paragraph 6. The situation tasks are to be designed in such a way that all areas of competence of the areas of action are addressed at least once. The examination period of the written situation tasks shall be at least four hours, but not more than ten hours.(2) The areas of action shall contain the following qualification priorities:
1.
Scope of action "Technology":
a)
Infrastructure Systems and Operating Technology,
b)
Automation and Information Technology;
2.
Organization action area:
a)
Operating cost,
b)
Planning, Control and Communication Systems,
c)
Working, Environment and Health protection;
3.
Leadership and personnel action area:
a)
Personnel Guide,
b)
Human Resources Development,
c)
Quality management.
(3) In the situation task from the "Technology" area of action, one of its skill areas is intended to form the core. The examination participant or the examination participant determines the respective focus of the qualification. The qualification contents of this situation task are to be found approximately half from the particular focus. In addition, the situation task is to take account of qualification content from the focal points of the "Organization" as well as "Leadership and personnel" integrative. These integrative qualification levels are approximately the same in paragraphs 4 and 5; they are to be composed of skill levels of at least three main skill points and a total of approximately the other half. of all the skill levels of this situation task. In detail, the situation task may include the following skill levels from the "Technology" area of action with the skill centers set out in the following numbers 1 and 2:
1.
The skill focus "Infrastructure Systems and Operational Technology" is intended to demonstrate the ability , taking into account the relevant provisions of electrical installations and systems, will install, organise and monitor the maintenance of electrical installations and systems, organise and monitor the supply of energy during operation, in use new machines, systems and systems, as well as the processing and processing of new assemblies and components, to be able to identify and take into account the effects on the production process. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Design of electrotechnical systems, especially energy supply systems, as well as systems of electrotechnical equipment of buildings, plants and other systems Infrastructure systems,
b)
Electrical engineering systems, in particular power supply systems, as well as systems of electrotechnical equipment of Buildings, installations and other infrastructure systems,
c)
Creating specifications for the configuration of components, devices, and electrical engineering Systems,
d)
Planning, performing, and documenting function and security checks,
e)
commissioning and removal of assets and facilities, in particular with respect to safety and plant-specific regulations,
f)
Commissioning and setting up machines and manufacturing systems,
g)
Planning and initiating Maintenance measures, monitoring and maintenance of maintenance quality,
h)
Maintained by the electrical Energy supply.
2.
In the qualification priority "Automation and Information Technology" the ability to demonstrate the ability to take into account Project, operate and maintain automation and information systems, carry out the necessary changes to the automation processes, and initiate appropriate measures, automation and control systems, to be able to integrate information systems into higher-level systems. This includes the ability to identify and take into account the effects on the production process when new machines, systems and systems are used as well as in the processing and processing of new assemblies and components. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Project and expand and maintain automated systems and information systems, even when production is running,
b)
Select and configure systems of measurement, control and control technology as well as sensors and actuators components,
c)
Planning, performing and documenting function and security checks,
d)
Commissioned and Removal of automated assets and systems,
e)
Creating and documenting design and circuit documents,
f)
Initiate, Control, Monitor, and Optimize Manufacturing Processes,
g)
Impacts of Impacts the use of new components, assemblies, processes and equipment for the production process and the initiation of optimization processes.
(4) At least two of the tasks in the "Organization" area of action are to be found in the situation task the core of its qualification priorities. The qualification content for this situation task can be found in about half of these skill areas. In addition, the situation task is to take into account qualification content from the focal points of the areas of action "Technology" as well as "Leadership and personnel" integratively to approximately the same extent. These integrative skill levels are supposed to account for about the other half of all skill levels of the situation task. The integrative qualification content of the "Technology" area of action shall be composed of qualification contents as referred to in paragraphs 3, no. 1d and 1e, or of qualification contents as referred to in paragraph 3 (2c) and (2d). The integrative qualification content of the "Leadership and Personnel" area of action can be taken from at least two main points of skill in this area of action. In detail, the situation task may include the following skill levels from the "Organization" area of action, with a focus in accordance with the following numbers 1 to 3:
1.
The skill focus "Operational Costing" is intended to demonstrate the ability to: Collect and assess business-economic relationships and cost-relevant influencing factors, show ways of influencing costs, and plan, organize, initiate and monitor measures for cost-conscious action. This includes applying calculation methods and methods of the time economy, assessing organizational and personnel measures in their importance as cost factors and taking into account. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Planning, capturing, analyzing, and evaluating function-field-related costs by pre-specified schedule data,
b)
Monitor and hold the allocated budget,
c)
Affect the cost, in particular Consideration of alternative production concepts and demand-based storage management,
d)
Influencing the cost-awareness of employees at different forms of work organization,
e)
Creating and evaluating the operating accounting through the cost-, cost-and Cost carrier time accounting,
f)
Apply the calculation methods in the cost carrier bill, including the cover contribution invoice,
g)
Applying Time Management Methods.
2.
In the Planning, Control and Communication Systems " is intended to demonstrate the ability to recognize the importance of these systems, to select them in accordance with requirements and to be able to use appropriate systems for monitoring planning objectives and processes. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Optimize setup and flow structures, and update the master data for these systems,
b)
Create, customize, and translate production, quantity, appointment, and capacity plans,
c)
Apply of systems for workflow planning, material flow design, production program planning, and order scheduling, including the related time and data collection,
d)
Apply Information and Communication Systems,
e)
Apply logistics systems, especially in the Scope of product and material disposition
3.
In the focus on occupational health, environmental protection and health protection, the ability to demonstrate the ability to Recognise and ensure compliance with relevant provisions and provisions, prevent hazards, detect and analyse disruptions, and initiate measures to prevent or eliminate them. This includes ensuring that employees are able to act and act in a manner that is aware of work, environment and health protection. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Checking and ensuring work safety, work, health, and environmental protection in operation,
b)
Promoting employee and employee awareness in occupational health and safety, environment and health protection,
c)
Planning and performing work safety, work, environment, and health teachings,
d)
Monitoring the storage of and handling of polluting and hazardous materials, equipment, materials, equipment,
e)
Planning, proposing, initiating and inspecting measures to improve occupational safety, reduce and prevent accidents and environmental and Health burdens.
5) In the situation task of the "Leadership and personnel" area of action, at least two of its skill areas are to form the core of the situation task. The qualification content for this situation task can be found in about half of these skill areas. In addition, the situation task should be taken into account in an integrative manner with approximately the same level of qualification content from the focal points of the "Technology" and "Organization" areas of action. These integrative skill levels are supposed to account for about the other half of all skill levels of the situation task. The integrative qualification content of the "Technology" area of action shall be composed of the qualifications held in accordance with paragraph 3 (1) (1d) and (1e) or from the qualification content referred to in paragraph 3 (2c) and (2d). The integrative qualification content of the "Organization" area of action can be taken from at least two main focus areas of this area of action. In detail, the situation task may include the following skill levels from the "Leadership and personnel" area of action, with a focus under the following numbers 1 to 3:
1.
In the "Personnel Management" qualification center, the ability to demonstrate the human resource requirements Identify and ensure personnel deployment in accordance with operational requirements, as well as employees and employees lead to responsible action through the use of appropriate methods for the purpose of targeted needs. . Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Determining and determining the qualitative and quantitative staffing needs, taking technical and organizational changes into account,
b)
The selection and use of the employees, taking into account their personal data, their suitability and interests as well as the company requirements,
c)
Create requirement profiles, job plans, and descriptions, and function descriptions,
d)
Delegating tasks and the associated responsibility,
e)
Promoting the communication and Willingness to cooperate,
f)
Apply management methods and resources to manage operational tasks and solve problems, and Conflicts,
g)
Employee participation in the continuous improvement process,
h)
Setting up, moderating, and controlling work and project groups.
2.
In the The focus of the qualification "Human Resources Development" is to demonstrate the ability to carry out systematic personnel development on the basis of qualitative and quantitative personnel planning. This includes assessing staff development potentials and setting personnel development and qualification goals, planning appropriate measures, reviewing their results and being able to promote the implementation in operation. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Determining the quantitative and qualitative personnel development needs, taking account of current and future requirements,
b)
Set the goals for continuous and innovation-oriented personnel development as well as the categories for qualification success,
c)
Perform potential assessments according to pre-set criteria and using appropriate instruments and methods,
d)
Planning, performing and initiating personnel development measures for qualification and targeted motivation, taking into account operational needs and the Employees ' interests,
e)
Review the results of personnel development measures for the qualification and promotion of their company Implementing measures,
f)
Berating, promoting and supporting employees with regard to their professional development.
3.
In the "Quality Management" qualification focus, the ability to achieve quality objectives by applying appropriate methods and influencing the quality of the To ensure the quality awareness of our employees and to contribute to the realization of a quality management system and to contribute to its improvement and further development. Within this framework, the following skill levels can be considered in the situation tasks:
a)
Consiting the influence of the quality management system on the company and on the actions in the function fields,
b)
Promoting employees ' quality awareness,
c)
Applying methods to the Securing and improving quality, in particular product quality and customer satisfaction,
d)
Continuous implementation of quality management goals through planning, Securing and steering of quality-effective measures.
6) In the situation-related expert discussion, the ability to analyze, structure and provide a well-founded solution is to be demonstrated. . This includes explaining and discussing proposed solutions by including presentation techniques. The situational expert discussion has the same structure as a written situation task. It puts the focus on the area of action, which is not the core of a written situation task, and integrates, in particular, the priority areas of qualification, which are not examined in writing. The expert discussion will take at least 45 minutes and a maximum of 60 minutes for each examination participant or examination participant.(7) If a lack of examination performance has been performed in no more than one written situation task, an oral supplementary examination must be offered in this situation task. In the case of one or more insufficient written examination results, this possibility does not exist. As a rule, the supplementary examination should not take more than 20 minutes. The evaluation of the written examination performance and the oral supplementary examination are combined into an examination performance. In doing so, the evaluation of the written examination performance is doubly weighted. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Invoice of other audit services

The competent authority may, upon request, the examination participant or the Examination participants from the examination in the examination section "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications", in individual examination areas of this examination part and in the written situation tasks in the examination section "Action-specific qualifications" if, in the last five years before the application has been submitted to a competent body, a public or state-recognised educational institution or a State Audit Committee, a test has been successfully completed which has been successfully completed by a competent authority, the requirements of the relevant examination contents in accordance with this Regulation. An exemption from the examination in the situation-related expert discussion in accordance with § 5 paragraph 6 is not permitted. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Evaluate the audit parts and pass the review

(1) The Review Parts " Cross-discipline Basic skills "and" Action-specific qualifications " are to be assessed separately according to points.(2) For the examination part "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications", a note from the arithmetic average of the scores of the achievements in the individual examination areas shall be formed.(3) In the examination section "Action-Specific Qualifications" one note from the point evaluation of the examination performance is to be formed for each written situation task and the situation-related expert discussion. In assessing the performance in the situation tasks and in the expert discussion, the core and the integrated qualification contents are to be included in the performance evaluation in each case. In this context, the integrated qualification levels for each action area are to be assessed in an equally important way.(4) The examination is complete if the examination participant or the examination participant in the examination part "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications" in all examination areas at least sufficient services and in the examination part "Action-specific qualifications" in the written situation tasks and the situation-related expert discussion in each case provided at least sufficient services.(5) The existence of the test shall be accompanied by a certificate in accordance with Appendix 1 and a certificate in accordance with Appendix 2. The certificate according to Appendix 2 contains the grade achieved in the examination section "Cross-disciplinary basic qualifications" and the points scored in the examination areas, as well as the points in the written situation tasks and the situation-related To enter technical interviews. In the case of the exemption in accordance with § 6, the place and date as well as the name of the Examination Body of the other consideration shall be given. Proof of the acquisition of the professional and occupational pedagogical knowledge in accordance with § 2 para. 2 shall be entered in the certificate. unofficial table of contents

§ 8 replay of the review

(1) Each non-passed verification part can be repeated twice.(2) Those who participate in a repeat examination and register for the repeat examination within two years, calculated from the date of termination of the non-passed examination part, shall be in individual examination areas upon request from the examination, to free the written situation tasks and the situation-related expert discussion if the services provided in a previous examination have been sufficient. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Transitional rules

Begonn examination procedures can be used up to the end of the 28th The new rules will be completed in February 2007 in accordance with the previous rules. On request, the competent body may also carry out the repeat examination in accordance with this Regulation; § 8 (2) shall not apply in this case. In addition, the registration for the examination may take place until the end of the 28th. The application of the previous rules will be applied for in February 2005. Non-official table of contents

§ 10 Entry into force, expiry date

This Regulation enters into force on the day after the announcement. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 7 para. 5)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 3141;
bzexcl. of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
 Pattern
...........................................................................
(label of competent authority)

Certificate
on the approved completion Certified
Industriemeister-Specialized Electrical Engineering Department

Mr./Woman .....................................................................
born on .............................. in ..................................
has been working on .. Approved completion review

Certified Industrial ster/Certified Industrial Engineer
-Specialization in Electrical Engineering

according to the Regulation on the Recognised Conclusion
Certified industrial master/certified industrial master machine tool
Electrical engineering from 30. November 2004 (BGBl. 3133),
, the most recent of which is Article 26 of the Regulation of 26 June 2009. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 274)
has been changed,

.

This degree is assigned to level 6 in the German and European Qualifications Framework
; see Notice from 1. August 2013
(BAnz AT 20.11.2013 B2).

Date ..............................................
Signature ...........................
(Seal of Competent Body)
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Appendix 2 (to § 7 para. 5)

(Fundstelle: BGBl. I 2004, 3142-3143;
of the individual amendments, cf. Footnote)
 Pattern
...........................................................................
(label of competent authority)

Certificate
on the approved completion Certified
Industriemeister-Specialized Electrical Engineering Department

Mr./Woman .....................................................................
born on .......................... in .......................................
has .......................... Testing for a recognized degree

Certified industrial master/certified Industrial Engineer
specialising in electrical engineering
in accordance with the Regulation on the Recognised Conclusion of the International Electrical Engineering /> Certified industrial master/certified industrial master machine tool
Electrical engineering from 30. November 2004 (BGBl. 3133),
, the most recent of which is Article 26 of the Regulation of 26 June 2009. March 2014 (BGBl. I p. 274)
has been modified with the following
results 1):

Note
I. Basic professional qualifications .........
Audit Area: Points
Legal action .........
Business action .........
Applying methods of information,
Communication and planning .........
Working together in operation .........
Taking into account natural science
and technical laws .........

(In the case of § 6: " The examination participant/The examination participant has been
in accordance with § 6 in respect of the ........................... in
.................... before ............ Completed examination in the examination subject/
Examination area .............................. ")
II. Action-specific qualifications Note
Integrative written situation tasks in the .........
Area of action Technology .........
Action Area Organization .........
Guided tour and personnel .........
Situation-related expert discussion in the
Area of action .........

(In the case of § 6: " The examination participant/The examination participant has been
according to § 6 with regard to the on ........................ in
....................... before ............... Completed check in the written
Situation Task from the area of action ........... ")

III. Professional and occupational pedagogical qualifications

The examination participant has the proof of the acquisition of the vocational and occupational pedagogical
knowledge by the examination in accordance with § 2 para. 2
................... to ...................
....................... provided.

This degree is assigned to level 6 in the German and European Qualifications Framework
; see Notice from 1. August 2013
(BAnz AT 20.11.2013 B2).

Date .........................................
Signature ..............................
(Seal of Competent Body)