Training And Examination Regulation For Occupational Therapists And Occupational Therapists

Original Language Title: Ausbildungs- und Prüfungsverordnung für Ergotherapeutinnen und Ergotherapeuten

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Training and Examination Ordinance for Ergotherapists and Ergotherapists (Ergotherapeuten-Training and Examination Ordinance-ErgThAPrV)

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ErgThAPrV

Date of delivery: 02.08.1999

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" Ergotherapeuten-Training and Examination Ordinance of the 2. August 1999 (BGBl. 1731), as last amended by Article 7 of the Regulation of 2. August 2013 (BGBl. I p. 3005) "

:Last modified by Art. 7 V v. 2.8.2013 I 3005

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As a result of § 5 of the Ergotherapeutengesetz of 25. May 1976 (BGBl. 1246), as last amended by Article 8 of the Law of 16. June 1998 (BGBl. 1311), the Federal Ministry of Health is responsible for: Non-official table of contents

§ 1 Training

(1) The three-year training for Ergotherapists shall include at least the theoretical and practical teaching of 2,700 hours listed in Appendix 1 and the practical training of 1,700 hours listed. She is under the overall responsibility of a school for Ergotherapists (school). In the classroom, students must be given sufficient opportunity to develop and practise the necessary practical skills and skills.(2) Schools shall ensure practical training in the context of an agreement with hospitals or other appropriate facilities. The area of practical training referred to in Appendix 1 B, point 3, shall be carried out under the guidance of ergotherapists or ergotherapists; in the other areas referred to in Appendix 1 B, it shall be subject to the guidance of: Ergotherapists or ergotherapists are allowed to take place.(3) The regular and successful participation in the training events referred to in paragraph 1 shall be demonstrated by a certificate issued in accordance with the model of Appendix 2. Non-official table of contents

§ 2 State Examination

(1) The state examination in accordance with § 2 para. 1 no. 1 of the Ergotherapeutengesetz (Ergotherapeutengesetz) includes a in writing, an oral part and a practical part.(2) The examinee shall submit the examination at the school at which he concludes the training. The competent authority in whose area the examination or part of the examination is to be filed may, for important reasons, allow for exceptions. The chairpersons of the participating examination committees must be heard beforehand. Non-official table of contents

§ 3 Examination Committee

(1) A review committee is set up at each school. It consists of at least four members, namely:
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a professional representative of the competent authority or competent authority responsible for carrying out this task, as chairman,
2.
one of the competent authorities responsible for carrying out this task. School administration, if the school is subject to state supervision by the school administration in accordance with the school law of a country, as well as
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specialist examiners, that teach at school and of which at least
a)
a reviewer doctor and
b)
an examiner ergotherapist, employment and occupational therapist, diploma in medicine pedagogue or medical educator with a completed education as an occupational therapist or employment and It must be a work therapist
Asspecialist examiner, the teachers are to be appointed, who have trained the examinee in this field.(2) The competent authority shall appoint the members referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 (1) and (3) as well as their representatives. At least one representative shall be determined for each member. Before the appointment of the members pursuant to the second sentence of paragraph 1, point 3, and their representatives, the school board shall be consulted.(3) The Member referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 shall be submitted to the Audit Committee. The Authority may decide that the Member shall be in the Chair in accordance with the second sentence of paragraph 1.(4) The competent authority may send experts and observers to participate in all audit procedures. Non-official table of contents

§ 4 Approval for Examination

(1) The Chair decides on the approval for the examination at the request of the test item. sets the examination dates in consultation with the school management. The start of the examination should not be earlier than two months before the end of the training.(2) The admission to the examination shall be granted if the following evidence is available:
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the identity card; or Passport in an officially certified copy,
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the certificate in accordance with § 1 para. 3 concerning participation in the training events.
(3) The admission and The examination dates shall be communicated to the examinee in writing at the latest two weeks before the start of the examination.(4) The special interests of disabled examinees must be taken into account in order to ensure their equal opportunities in carrying out the tests. Non-official table of contents

§ 5 Written part of the review

(1) The written part of the review covers the following subject groups:
1.
Common Disease; Special Disease including Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Preventive and rehabilitative measures as well as psychosocial aspects; foundations of occupational medicine;
2.
Psychology and Pedagogy; Disability pedagogy; Professional, Law and state studies;
3.
Motor-functional treatment procedures; Neurophysiological treatment procedures; Neuropsychological treatment procedures; Psychosocial treatment procedures; occupational therapy procedures.
In the three subject groups, the examinee has to answer questions in writing in each of the supervisory work. The supervisory work lasts 180 minutes each. The written examination shall be carried out on three days. The supervisory boards are appointed by the school management.(2) The tasks for the supervisory work shall be selected by the Chairman of the Audit Committee on a proposal from the School. Each supervisory work must be bended by at least two specialist examiners. The Chairman of the Audit Committee, in consultation with the examiners, forms the note for the individual oversight work as well as the grades of the three oversight work from the grades of the examination board. The examination note for the written part of the examination. The written part of the examination has been passed if each of the three supervisory work is at least "sufficiently" bended. Non-official table of contents

§ 6 Oral part of the examination

(1) The oral part of the examination shall cover the following subjects:
1.
Biology, descriptive and functional anatomy, physiology,
2.
Medical Sociology and Gerontology,
3.
Basics of Ergotherapy.
The test pieces will be individually or in groups of up to five. A test specimen shall not be tested in any compartment for more than 15 minutes.(2) Each compartment shall be taken from at least one specialist examiner and shall be subject to a degree of benoting. The Chairman shall be entitled to participate in the examination in all subjects; he may also consider himself. From the notes of the specialist examiners, the chairman, in consultation with the specialist examiners, forms the examination note for the oral part of the examination. The oral part of the examination has been passed if each compartment is at least "sufficiently" bended.(3) The Chairman of the Audit Committee may allow the presence of listeners in the oral part of the examination if there is a legitimate interest. Non-official table of contents

§ 7 Practical part of the review

(1) In the practical part of the test, the test object
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according to a work plan that he has previously created under the supervision of a workpiece, a rail, a To manufacture aids or another therapeutic object and to analyse and justify the therapeutic use, as well as
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with a Patients or patients with a group of patients should be treated with ergotherapeutic treatment based on a written examination report on the ergotherapeutic assessment, treatment planning and implementation of the treatment.
() The examination referred to in paragraph 1 (1) shall be carried out on two days and shall not exceed twelve hours. For the purpose of the test referred to in paragraph 1 (2), the test person shall be assigned to the test person not later than four days before the examination. The selection of patients is carried out by a specialist examiner in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 2 no. 3 in agreement with the patient and the specialist personnel responsible for the patient. After the ergotherapeutic treatment, questions about the course of the treatment as well as the examination report are to be asked in an examination interview. The treatment and the conversation should be completed in one day and last no longer than two hours.(3) The practical part of the examination referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2) shall in each case be taken from at least two specialist examiners, including at least one examiner pursuant to § 3 (1) sentence 2 (3) (b), and benoted. The chairperson of the examination board, in consultation with the examiners, shall form the grade for the examinations referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2), as well as the examination note for the practical part of the examination, from the grades of the examiners. The practical part of the test shall be passed if the tests referred to in paragraph 1 (1) and (2) are in each case at least "sufficiently" engraded. Non-official table of contents

§ 8 minutes

The examination is to produce a minutes from which the subject matter, the sequence and the results of the examination are to be completed. Audit and about occurring irregularities emerge. Non-official table of contents

§ 9 Benotung

The written supervisory work, as well as the services in the oral and practical examination, are as follows: Follows:
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"very good" (1) if the performance meets the requirements in a special way matches,
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"good" (2) if the performance is fully compliant with the requirements,
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"satisfying" (3) if the performance is generally equal to the requirements,
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"sufficient" (4), if the performance has defects but still meets the requirements,
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"deficient" (5) if the performance does not meet the requirements, but it shows that the necessary basic knowledge exists and that the deficiencies can be remedied in the foreseeable future,
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"insufficient" (6) if the performance is It does not meet the requirements and even the basic knowledge is so patchy that the deficiencies cannot be remedied in the foreseeable future.
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§ 10 Passing and repeating the review

(1) The test is passed if each of the test parts required by Section 2 (1) has passed.(2) A certificate shall be issued in accordance with the model of Appendix 3 on the State examination passed. In the event of non-existence, the Chairman of the Audit Committee shall receive a written notice indicating the examination notes.(3) The examinee can repeat any supervisory work of the written examination, any subject of the oral examination, as well as in the practical examination, the examination in accordance with § 7 (1) No. 1 and the examination in accordance with § 7 para. 1 no. 2 once, if he is the grade "poor" or "insufficiently" received.(4) If the examinee has to repeat the entire practical test or in the practical test the examination in accordance with § 7 (1) no. 1 or 2, he may only be admitted to the examination if he has taken part in a further training, the duration and content of which shall be determined by the Chairman of the Audit Committee in consultation with the specialist examiners. A proof of participation in further training shall be attached to the application of the test specimen for admission to the repeat examination. The re-examination shall be completed no later than 12 months after the last examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 11 Resignation of the test

(1) A test item occurs after its approval from the test or part of the examination , he shall immediately inform the Chairman of the Audit Committee in writing of the reasons for his resignation. If the chairman approves the resignation, the examination or the part of the examination in question shall be deemed not to have been undertaken. The authorisation shall be granted if there are important reasons. In the event of a disease, the submission of a medical certificate may be required.(2) If the approval for the resignation is not granted or if the examinee fails to inform the reasons for his resignation without delay, the examination or the relevant part of the examination shall be deemed not to pass. Section 10 (3) shall apply accordingly. Unofficial table of contents

§ 12 Consequences of Failure

(1) Failure to audit or do not oversee a review The examination or the relevant part of the examination shall be deemed not to exist if there is not an important reason; Section 10 (3) shall apply accordingly. Where there is an important reason, the examination or the part of the examination in question shall be deemed not to have been carried out.(2) The decision as to whether there is an important reason shall be taken by the Chairman of the Audit Committee. Section 11 (1) sentence 1 and 4 shall apply accordingly. Non-official table of contents

§ 13 Violations of order and deception attempts

The chairman of the audit committee may be a member of the audit committee responsible for the § 10 (3) shall be deemed to be applicable to the part of the examination for "fail to pass" the relevant part of the examination, or guilty of a test of deception. Such a decision shall only be admissible in the event of a disturbance of the examination until the conclusion of the whole examination, in the case of a test of deception only within three years of the conclusion of the examination. Non-official table of contents

§ 14 Examination documents

Upon request, the examination participant shall inspect the examination subject after the conclusion of the examination. Examination documents must be granted. Written supervisory work is to be kept three, applications for admission to the examination and examination regulations for ten years. Non-official table of contents

§ 15 Licence certificate

Are the prerequisites according to § 2 of the Ergotherapeututengesetz (Ergotherapeutengesetz) for the granting of the permission to If the professional title is given in accordance with § 1 of the law, the competent authority shall issue the certificate of approval in accordance with the model of Appendix 4. Non-official table of contents

§ 16 Special rules for holders of evidence of formal qualifications from another Contracting State of the European Union Economic Area

(1) Applicants who apply for a permit pursuant to § 1 paragraph 1 of the Ergotherapeutengesetz may prove that the conditions pursuant to section 2 (1) (2) of this Act are met, one by the competent authority of the a certificate issued by the Member State of origin or an extract from the register issued by such authority or, where such an extract may not be provided, provide equivalent proof. If the applicant has already exercised the profession in the home Member State, the competent authority of the competent authority of the home Member State may provide information on the competent authority of the competent authority of the Member State of origin for the purposes of issuing the permit referred to in Article 1 (1) of the Ergotherapeutengesetz , for example, penalties imposed on the applicant or other professional or criminal measures relating to serious unlawful conduct or criminal acts involving the exercise of the profession in the Member State of origin. If, in the cases of sentence 1 or sentence 2, the competent authority responsible for issuing the permit is aware of the facts which have occurred outside the scope of the law and in respect of the conditions set out in Article 2 (1) (1) (1) of the Act. 2 of the law, it shall inform the competent body of the home Member State and ask them to review these facts and to ask the competent authority of the home Member State and the result and the conclusions it has given to them in respect of the law in the case of certificates and certificates issued by the Commission. The certificates and communications referred to in sentences 1 to 3 shall be treated as confidential. They may only be used if the exhibition does not exceed three months in the case of the presentation.(2) Applicants who apply for a permit pursuant to § 1 (1) of the Ergotherapeutengesetz (Ergotherapeutengesetz) may prove that the conditions are in accordance with Section 2 (1) (3) of this Act, a corresponding proof of their home Member State . Where such proof is not required in the home Member State, an attestation issued by a competent authority of that State shall be recognised as a result of which the conditions laid down in Article 2 (1) (3) of the Ergotherapeutenlaws are fulfilled. The fourth and fifth sentences of paragraph 1 shall apply accordingly.(3) Applicants who have a certificate of training in the profession of occupational therapist who has been acquired in another Contracting State of the European Economic Area shall, after the recognition of their professional qualifications, carry out the following: (4) The certificates referred to in the first sentence of paragraph 1 shall not be issued by the competent body of the home Member State or the persons referred to in the second sentence of paragraph 1 or the third sentence of paragraph 1 shall be consulted. In the case of communications not made within two months, the applicant may replace it with the competent authority of the home Member State by submitting a certificate for the submission of an afficial declaration.(5) The competent authority shall, on the first display of a service provision within the meaning of Section 5a of the Ergotherapist Act, have the service provider within one month of receipt of the notification and the accompanying documents on the result of the notification. to be informed of their investigation. If it is not possible to verify within that period in exceptional exceptional circumstances, the competent authority shall inform the service provider within one month of the reasons for the delay and the timetable for its Decision which must be taken before the end of the second month from the date of receipt of the complete dossier. Where the service provider does not receive any feedback from the competent authority within the time limits set out in the first and second sentences, the service may be provided.(6) Paragraphs 1 to 5 shall apply by analogy to third-country diplomas for whose recognition equality is given in accordance with the law of the European Union. Non-official table of contents

§ 16a Qualification regulations for evidence of formal qualifications from a third country

(1) Applicants who have a permit in accordance with § 1 Paragraph 1 of the Ergotherapist Law shall apply for an adaptation period referred to in paragraph 2, which concludes with an examination of the content of the adaptation period, or a review of the knowledge referred to in paragraph 3, if it is to be carried out by a Evidence of formal qualifications obtained in a third country and which has a significant difference in training in German education, which is provided by the competent authority in the context of the examination of its application for the grant of a licence. have been identified for the management of the professional title and have not been able to be compensated by the knowledge and skills acquired by the applicants in the course of their proven professional practice. The first sentence shall apply in cases where an examination of the equivalence of the state of training is not carried out on the basis of the circumstances in § 2 (2) sentence 5 of the Ergotherapeututengesetz.(2) The adaptation period, together with the final interview, shall be used to determine that the applicants have the knowledge and skills required to exercise the occupational therapist's profession (objective of the course of study). It shall be in the form of theoretical and practical instruction, practical training with theoretical instruction or both in accordance with § 4 (1) of the Ergotherapeutengesetz (Ergotherapeutengesetz, Ergotherapeutengesetz) or the competent authority of the competent authorities. Authority as comparably recognised bodies and concludes with an examination of the content of the adaptation period. In the theoretical instruction, persons in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 2 (3) (b) shall be provided in an appropriate way. Scope will be involved. The competent authority shall determine the duration and content of the adaptation period in such a way as to enable the course objective to be achieved. The successful performance of the adaptation period must be verified by means of a certificate issued in accordance with the model of Appendix 5. The certificate shall be issued if, in the examination carried out in the form of a final interview, it has been established that the applicants have reached the aim of the course. The final interview shall be conducted by a specialist examiner in accordance with § 3 (1), second sentence, point 3, together with the person referred to in sentence 3, which the applicant has taken care of during the course of the course, and shall not last longer than 60 minutes. If, in the final interview, the applicant has not successfully completed the adaptation period, the specialist examiner decides, in accordance with § 3 (1), second sentence, point 3, in consultation with the person participating in the interview after sentence 3 above a reasonable extension of the adaptation period. An extension is only allowed once. The extension will be followed by another final interview. If the certificate referred to in the fifth sentence cannot be issued even after the result of the interview, the adaptation period may be repeated only once.(3) In the course of the examination of knowledge, applicants must demonstrate that they have the knowledge and skills required to exercise the occupational therapist's profession. The proficiency test shall include an oral and practical part. It is completed successfully if each of the two test parts has passed.(4) The oral part of the proficiency test shall cover the following subjects:
1.
Law,
2.
Special illness, including diagnostic, therapeutic, preventive and rehabilitative measures as well as psychosocial Aspects,
3.
Basics of ergotherapy.
The oral part of the test should last at least 15 minutes and no longer than 60 minutes for the single test item. It is accepted and evaluated by two specialist examiners in accordance with § 3 (1) sentence 2, point 3. The oral part of the proficiency test has been successfully completed if the specialist examiners assess it in a total consideration with "passed". The existence of the test shall at least require the performance of the test item to meet the requirements in spite of its shortcomings. If the specialist examiners come to a different evaluation, the chairman of the examination board shall decide on the existence of the examination after consultation with the examiners.(5) In the practical part of the examination of the knowledge, the test subject to at least one and at most three patients from the areas referred to in Appendix 1 (B) must obtain an ergotherapeutic finding, a treatment plan and its implementation. with the accompanying discussions and justifications in an examination interview, and to carry out an ergotherapeutic treatment according to the treatment plan. The competent authority shall determine the areas in which the audit is carried out in accordance with the essential differences identified. The practical part of the test should not last longer than 120 minutes for each area. It shall be taken up and assessed by two specialist examiners, including at least one examiner in accordance with Article 3 (1), second sentence, point 3 (b). During the examination, the examiners are allowed to ask questions relating to the concrete practical approach. The practical part of the proficiency test has been successfully completed if the specialist examiners assess the examination for each area with "passed". The provisions of paragraph 4, sentences 5 and 6 shall apply accordingly.(6) The proficiency test shall be offered at least twice a year and shall be repeated once in the oral part and in any area which has been the subject of the examination and which has not been passed.(7) A certificate issued in accordance with the model of Appendix 6 shall be issued on the basis of the knowledge test. Non-official table of contents

§ 16b Time limits, dates, implementing rules

(1) The competent authority has submitted requests for a request for a decision to grant a Permission as an ergotherapist or ergotherapist in accordance with § 1 (1) of the Ergotherapeutengesetz (Ergotherapeutengesetz) in conjunction with § 2 (2), (3) or (4) of the Ergotherapeutengesetz (Ergotherapeutengesetz) in the short term, at the latest four months after the submission of the decisions pursuant of the Ergotherapist Act.(2) In order to identify significant differences leading to the imposition of a proficiency test or an adaptation period, the applicant shall be given a right-of-action decision which shall include the following information: style="font-weight:normal; font-style:normal; text-decoration:none; ">
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the level of the qualification required in Germany and the level of the applicants ' level of qualification , according to the classification provided for in Article 11 of Directive 2005 /36/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 7. On the recognition of professional qualifications (OJ L 327, 28.12.2005, p. 22, L 271 of 16.10.2007, p. 18), as last amended by Regulation (EU) No 623/2012 (OJ L 327, 22.12.2012, p. 9), as amended,
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the subjects or parts of the training in which substantial differences ,
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a substantive explanation of the main differences as well as the reasons why they result in the applicants not being able to adequate knowledge and skills required in Germany to pursue the profession of occupational therapist, and
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an explanatory statement why the the main differences could not be compensated for by the knowledge and skills acquired by the applicants in the course of their proven professional practice.
(3) The proficiency test in accordance with § 16a (3) shall take the form of a state examination before a state examination board. The Länder may use the regular examination dates of the State Examination pursuant to § 2 (1) for the performance of the examinations. Unless otherwise specified in this section, § § 8, 11 to 14 shall apply mutatily for the conduct of the test in accordance with sentence 1. Non-official table of contents

§ 17 Transitional provision

A training on employment and employment that has been started before the entry into force of this Regulation. "occupational therapist", "occupational therapist", "occupational therapist" or "occupational therapist" or "occupational therapist" shall be concluded in accordance with the regulations in force. Non-official table of contents

§ 18 Entry into force, expiry date

This Regulation occurs on the 1. July 2000, in force. At the same time, the training and examination regulations for employment and work therapists from 23 shall occur, unless otherwise specified in § 17. March 1977 (BGBl. 509), as last amended by Article 2 of the Regulation of 6. December 1994 (BGBl. 3770), except for force. Non-official table of contents

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The Federal Council has agreed. Non-official table of contents

Appendix 1 (to § 1 para. 1)

Fundstelle: BGBl. I 1999, 1735-1739
ATheoretic and practical teaching 
hours
1profession-, Law and State Studies40
1.1Professional and Ethics, History of the Profession
1.2Health care in the Federal Republic of Germany and international cooperation in the health sector including the Health programmes of international organisations such as the World Health Organisation and the Council of Europe
1.3Current occupation and health policy questions
1.4Ergotherapeutengesetz; statutory regulations for the other professions in the health care system and their Delineation
1.5Work and professional regulations as far as they are relevant to the exercise of their profession
1.6Introduction to Work and Work Protection Law
1.7 Introduction to social and rehabilitation law
1.8Introduction to the hospital and disease law as well as the Medical and narcotics law
1.9Criminal law, civil law and public law provisions which apply to the Professional exercise of importance; legal status of the patient or his/her custody, data protection
1.10The basics of the State Order in the Federal Republic of Germany
2Technical Language, Introduction to Scientific Work 80
2.1Introduction to subject-related terminology
2.2Reports and Describe
2.3Ratings and Characterize
2.4Referers and reasoning
2.5 Introduction to statistics and subject-related application
2.6English
2.7Use and evaluation of German and foreign language literature
2.8 Work with a written negotiation based on a problem investigation
Medical Basics
3Basics of Health and Hygiene 30
3.1Health and its influence factors
3.2Health and age
3.3Actions of the Health promotion
3.4General hygiene, individual hygiene and environmental protection
3.5pathogens and communicable diseases
3.6disinfection and Sterilization
4Biology, descriptive and functional anatomy, physiology 180
4.1Cell, cell metabolism, and cell proliferation
4.2inheritance theory, human genetics, and genetic engineering
4.3structural elements, Direction labels and body orientations
4.4Apparatus of support and locomotor
4.5Heart and blood vessel system
4.6Atmation system
4.7digestive system
4.8 Urogenitalsystem
4.9Nervous system and sense organs
4.10Skin and skin attachment organs
4.11Endocrinological system
5Common Disease30
5.1Health, Disease, Disease, Disease, Disease progression
5.2 Pathology of the cell, growth and its disorders, developmental disorders
5.3Local and general circulatory disorders, haemorrhages
5.4inflammation, oedema, immune system disorders
6Special disease teaching including diagnostic, therapeutic, preventive and rehabilitative measures as well as psychosocial aspects 280
6.1Orthopedics
6.2 Rheumatology
6.3Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
6.4Chirurgie/Traumatologie
6.5Oncology
6.6Neurology including the neuropsychological disorders
6.7 Psychosomatics
6.8Psychiatrics/Gerontopsychiatrics
6.9Children and adolescent psychiatry including the basics of normal development
6.10 Paediatrics and Neuropediatrics including the intrauterine and the statomotoric developments
7 Pharmaceutical Doctrine20
7.1Origin, meaning and effect of Medicines
7.2Pharmaceutical forms and their administration
7.3 Handling medicines
7.4Pharmaceutical groups and mapping selected Medicines
7.5Basic knowledge of pharmacology and toxicology
8basics of occupational medicine30
8.1 Job physiology
8.2Ergonomics
8.3 workplace conditions
8.4workplace analysis
8.5Gewerbehygiene
8.6Professional loads and Occupational diseases
9First Help20
9.1General behavior in case of emergency
9.2Initial supply of Injured
9.3Blood breastfeeding and wound care
9.4 Measures in shock states and resuscitation
9.5Bone Fracture Care
9.6Injured Transport
9.7Behavior at Work accidents and other emergencies
Social Science Basics 
10Psychology and Pedagogy210
10.1Basic terms and basic questions of pedagogics
10.1.1 Need and possibility of education and learning
10.1.2Teaching and learning in pedagogical reference
10.1.3function of education targets
10.1.4 Education Measures and Drawing Styles
10.1.5Educational Aspects of Therapeutic Work
10.2Basic terms and basic questions of psychology
10.3 General and Developmental Psychology
10.3.1Main periods of cognitive, emotional and social Development
10.3.2Thinking and Language
10.3.3 Learning including social learning
10.3.4Motivations and Emotions
10.3.5Educational consequences and ergotherapeutic approaches, including practical exercises
10.4 Social psychology and personality sychology
10.4.1personality models
10.4.2Person Perception
10.4.3 Interaction in groups
10.4.4Settings
10.4.5 Pedagogic consequences and ergotherapeutic approaches including practical exercises
10.5 Basic concepts of psychotherapy
10.5.1Educational consequences and importance for ergotherapy
10.6Working and operating psychology; organizational psychology; occupational socialization from a sociological and psychological point of view
10.6.1Role and function of work in society
10.6.2 Work and personality development
10.6.3Personality difficulties in working and working Customization process
10.6.4Basics of Organization Psychology
10.6.5Work and Disability
11Disability Pedagogy 40
11.1History of disability pedagogy
11.2Systematics of Disabilities
11.3Family and Disability
11.4Special pedagogical diagnostics
11.5 Ergotherapeutic tasks
12Medical Sociology and Gerontology 70
12.1Medical Sociology
12.1.1 Natural science and social science understanding of the disease
12.1.2Institute sociology and Role Sociology
12.1.3Social assessment of chronic disease and disability
12.1.4Disease and Disability Processing and Management
12.2 Gerontology
12.2.1Age Theories
12.2.2 Claims, possibilities and limits in age, faith and meaning questions
12.2.3Change of the Roles, Self and Foreign Images in Old Age
12.2.4Intellectual Capabilities Change
Ergotherapeutic agent
13 Hand-made and design techniques with different materials500
13.1 Material and tool customer
13.2Work techniques
13.2.1Constructively-structuring elements
13.2.2Designer creative Elements
13.3Work Processes
13.3.1 Simple and complex tasks
13.3.2Single work and group work
13.3.3Working according to instructions and free planning
13.3.4 Self-development of a technique
13.3.5Manual and machine work
13.4Work organization including planning, preparation, workplace design, ergonomics
13.5 Therapeutic application of techniques and patient guidance, criteria for the therapy relevance of an artisanal technique
14Games, tools, rails and technical media200
14.1 Games and their therapeutical use
14.1.1Self-worked and adapted games
14.2wheelchairs, tools, and rails
14.2.1 Basic knowledge of tools and wheelchairs
14.2.2Self-experience with aids and wheelchairs
14.2.3Relief and Adaption
14.2.4 Rail wound
14.2.5Rail-making, change of standard rails
14.3Technical media and its use
14.3.1 Audio-visual media and their therapeutic meaning
14.3.2Basics of computer technology
14.3.3EDV and ergotherapeutic documentation
14.3.4 Ergotherapeutically relevant software and its application
14.3.5Adaption of electronic aids for work on the computer and their therapeutic application
Ergotherapeutic procedures
15basics of ergotherapy140
15.1The meaning of medical and social science fundamentals for ergotherapy
15.2 Conceptual models of ergotherapy
15.3self-perception
15.4Learn about acting, hands-on theoretical approaches
15.5 mediation and guidance
15.6Fundamentals of therapeutical work with groups
15.7Introduction to climate-centered conversation
15.8 Therapeutic action
15.9Therapeutic role and personality
15.10Support, advice and inclusion of family members in therapy
15.11 Basics of Quality Assurance; Structure, Process and Results Quality
15.12Key Qualifications for the Teamwork
16Motorized-Functional Treatment 100
16.1Theoretical Basics
16.1.1 Functional motion teaching
16.1.2Physical impairment and its psychological causes and Follow
16.2Funeral, Diagnostics and Documentation
16.2.1Standardized test procedures, observational procedures
16.2.2View and probe findings, Muscle function testing, sensitivity testing, joint measurement
16.2.3motion analysis
16.3Methods and Implementing modalities
16.3.1 Joint mobilisation
16.3.2muscle strength
16.3.3 coordinationtraining
16.3.4load training
16.3.5Sensitive Training
17Neurophysiological Treatment procedure100
17.1Theoretical bases of sensomotoric Development and sensory integration
17.2Understanding of perceptions processes
17.3Neurophysiological treatment concepts at a glance
17.4Funeral survey, Diagnostics and documentation
17.4.1Movement and Development Analysis, Reflex Status
17.4.2Standardized Test Methods and Clinical Observation
17.5Methods and implementing modalities
17.5.1Basics of various treatment concepts, as in Bobath, Affolter, Ayres, Perfetti
17.5.2Practical use in children and adults
18Neuropsychological treatments100
18.1 Theoretical Basics
18.1.1Neuropsychological functions and interfering images
18.1.2Functionality of the higher cortical functions of the human
18.1.3Differences in acquired and innate damage
18.2 Funeral survey, diagnostics and documentation
18.2.1Standardized test methods, observational procedures, computer-controlled Measurement methods
18.2.2Ergotherapeutic function analyses and test procedures
18.3Methods and implementation modalities
18.3.1 Brain Power Training
18.3.2Cultural Techniques Training
18.3.3Reality-Orienting Training
18.3.4Intellectual Activation Training
19Psychosocial Treatment Method 100
19.1Theoretical Basics
19.1.1 IndividualGenetic Procedure
19.1.2Communicative mirroring
19.1.3Learning theoretically working
19.1.4 Theory of group dynamics theory
19.1.5Multidimensional disease and therapy concepts of psychoses
19.2Funeral, Diagnostics and Documentation
19.2.1 Collection and evaluation of information; social anamnesis
19.2.2Behavior observation on the action and Relationship level as well as individual expression
19.2.3Analysis and weighting of processes, their results and products
19.3Methods and Implementing modalities
19.3.1 symptom-related methods
19.3.2subject-related-expression-centered methods
19.3.3Sociocenttress-Interaktional Methods
19.3.4 Competence-centric, life-language and all-day methods
19.3.5perceptual and action-oriented Methods
19.3.6Integration of adjacent psychotherapeutically oriented methods
20Occupational Therapeutic Procedures100
20.1 Theoretical Basics
20.1.1Historical Approaches and Developments of the Occupational therapy
20.1.2Relevant approaches, in particular from the field of occupational physiology, occupational psychology, working sociology, Behavioral Therapy and Theory of Action
20.1.3Ergonomics; Workplace Design
20.1.4Analysis of real working conditions for the use of disabled people
20.2 Structure and structure of occupational therapy in the outpatient, partially inpatient and inpatient areas
20.3occupational therapy as Element of medical, psychosocial and vocational rehabilitation
20.4Diagnostic and documentation survey, diagnostics and documentation
20.4.1Request and Performance Profiles
20.4.2 Test and analysis methods
20.4.3Professional and Workinganamnesis
20.4.4Individual workplace analysis
20.4.5Observing the Work Behavior
20.4.6Assess of Work Behavior and Statements on Future Performance
20.5Methods and implementation modalities
20.5.1 Promotion of instrumental and socio-emotional skills
20.5.2Step-by-step support in training groups up to Resumption of work
20.5.3Differential work therapy offers in the various medical fields, practical implementation and design
21Adapting methods in the ergotherapy 40
21.1Theoretical Basics
21.1.1 meaning of self-employment and quality of life
21.1.2Analysis and requirements in the Everyday life
21.1.3Criteria for functional training and compensation techniques
21.1.4Tool and wheelchair supply taking into consideration the legal basis, the cost regulation and the regulation path
21.2Funeral, Diagnostics and Documentation
21.2.1Standardized Test methods, observational procedures
21.2.2Ergotherapeutic function analysis
21.3Methods, Implementing modalities
21.3.1Functional training and Development of compensation options for the improvement of daily life activities
21.3.2Consulting, awarding and guidance the use of specific aids and wheelchairs, taking into account the cost control system
21.3.3Functional training in prostheses and Rails
21.3.4Joint Protection Substatement
21.3.5 Advice and adaptation to housing space adjustment and workplace customization
22Prevention and Rehabilitation 40
22.1Theoretical basics of prevention and practical Application
22.2Use of ergotherapeutical procedures in prevention; practical application
22.3Theoretical basics of rehabilitation
22.4Introduction to Rehabilitation Psychology
22.5Rehabilitation objectives taking into account the different disabilities
22.6Facilities and services of rehabilitation
22.7 Rehabilitation planning in the interdisciplinary team
For distribution to subjects 1-22250
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total number of hours 2.700
BPractical Training for Ergotherapists
hours
Practical training in the 
1.Psychosocial (psychiatrist/psychosomatic) area400
2.motoric-functional, neurophysiological, or neuropsychological area400
3.worktherapeutic range400
For distribution to areas 1. up to 3.500
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Hours Total1,700
A practical application for ergotherapeutic work with children or Youth, with adults and with older people
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Appendix 2 (to § 1 para. 3)

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(label of school)

certificate
about participation in training events

name, first name

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has in the time of .......... to .......... And with success
participated in the theoretical and practical lessons and the practical training of the
according to § 1 para. 1 ErgThAPrV.
The training is-not-on the basis of § 4 (3) of the
Ergotherapeutengesetz (Ergotherapeutengesetz) In addition to permissible absences, Days *)
-interrupted.

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Appendix 3 (to § 10 para. 2 sentence 1)

(site of the original text: BGBl. I 1999, 1741)
The chair
of the Audit Committee



on the state audit
for ergotherapists and ergotherapists

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birthdate birthplace

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has been ....................... the state examination in accordance with § 2 para. 1
No. 1 of the Ergotherapeutengesetz before the State Examination Committee
at the

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in ..........................

You have received the following validation notes:
1. in the written part of the exam "...................."
2. in the oral part of the examination "...................."
3. in the practical part of the audit "...................."

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Audit Committee Chairman
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Appendix 4 (to § 15)

(original text found: BGBl. I 1999, 1742)
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on permission
to guide the professional title

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born on

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is granted on the basis of § 2 para. 1 of the Ergotherapeutengesetz with effect
from today's permission to guide the professional title

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Date of birthbirthplace
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has in the time of. ..........  to. .......... take part on a regular basis in accordance with § 16a (2) of the
Ergotherapeuten-Training and Examination Ordinance by the competent authority
adaptation course.
The final interview has passed/did not pass. *
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Signature (s) of the Setup
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Signature (s) of the people after § 16a Paragraph 2 sentence 7
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The Chair
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on the state proficiency test
for
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Date of birthbirthplace
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has the. ..........  passed the state proficiency test in accordance with § 16a (3) of the Ergotherapten-
Training and Examination Ordinance/failed to pass * .
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(Signature (s) The Chairman of the Audit Committee