412.101.222.07 order of the SERI on ivet painter with federal certificate of capacity (CFC) of July 22, 2014 (State on January 1, 2015) 53002 painter CFC Malerin EFZ/Maler EFZ Pittrice AFC/Pittore AFC the Secretary of State for training, research and innovation (SBFI), in agreement with the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO), see art. 19 of the Federal law of December 13, 2002 on vocational training (LFPr), view the art. 12 of the Ordinance of 19 November 2003 on vocational training (OFPr), view the art. 4, al. 4, the order of September 28, 2007 on the protection of young workers (OLT 5), stop: Section 1 purpose and duration art. 1 profile of the profession painters of CFC level control including the following activities and are distinguished by the knowledge, skills and behaviors below: a. they engaged in the preparatory work and the pre-treatment, apply layers of paint, coatings and materials of structure inside and outside. They are also wallpapers, coverings and fabrics. Thus, they decorate buildings, interiors and objects, characterize them, report them and protect them from weather and other influences; b. analyzing work orders, plan the work and functions of responsible management; c. they provide quality, efficient and competent work, as a group or independently. They use materials, machines and devices in the rules of art and an ecological and responsible way. They have a practical and technical know-how and are proof of physical resistance. They practice a customer approach and advise the customer with professionalism; d they are able to solve problems and carry out their tasks by a comprehensive approach on the practice. They take into account the various aspects of safety at work, protection of the health and sustainable development.
Art. 2 duration and start the initial vocational training lasts 3 years.
The beginning of the initial vocational training is coordinated with the beginning of the training provided by the vocational school.
Section 2-objectives and requirements art. 3 the objectives and requirements of the initial vocational training principles are fixed in terms of operational skill, grouped into areas of operational skills.
Operational skills include professional, methodological, social and personal skills.
All places of training contribute to the acquisition of operational skills by training people. They coordinate the content of training and qualification procedures.
Art. 4 operational skills training includes the following operational skills in the following operational areas: a. planning, preparing the work and reports: 1. understand the branch and company, 2. make and use calculations, sketches, plans and designs specific to the profession, 3 plan work processes and install the post work, 4 prepare the work and develop reports.
b. Preparation and recovery of funds: 1. understand the chemical and physical processes, 2 prepare and conduct the work of pre-treatment, 3 apply coatings;
c. Decoration and finishing: 1 establish techniques and decorative and creative elements, 2 apply ready-made wall coverings;
d. safety at work, protection of the health and protection of the environment: 1. ensure the safety at work and health protection, 2 the protection of the environment.
Section 3 safety at work, protection of the health and protection of the environment article 5. from the beginning of the training, the training providers back and explain to students the guidelines and recommendations for safety at work, protection of health and environmental protection, in particular those relating to the communication of hazards (symbols of danger, pictograms), signs of prohibition in these three areas.
The guidelines and the above recommendations are an integral part of training in all areas of training and are taken into account in the qualification procedures.
Trainees gain, on all places of training, knowledge for sustainable development, particularly with regard to the balance between societal, environmental and economic interests.
In derogation from art. 4, al. 1, OLT 5, it is permissible to hold people in training, depending on their level of knowledge, the following works: a. work exposing youth to dangerous chemical agents for Health reported by an R-phrase in accordance with the Ordinance of 18 May 2005 on chemicals: R39, R40, R45, R46, R48, R60 and R61; b. the work being done with machines equipment and tools risk of accidents which it can be assumed that young people, because of their insufficient awareness of the risks or their lack of experience or training, may not identify them or prevent them; c. the work being done at dangerous heights.
This exemption, which applies to an occupation according to para. 4, presupposes that trainees are trained, supervised and monitored according to high risk; These specific provisions are set in the training plan in the form of evaluators to work safety and health protection objectives.
SR 813.11 Section 4 scope of training in different places of training and teaching language arts. 6 training to professional practice in the company and in other places of training comparable to professional practice in company training spans the duration of initial training, on average for 4 days per week.
Art. 7 vocational school compulsory education at the vocational school includes 1080 teaching periods. These are distributed according to the following table: teaching 1 year 2 year 3 year Total a. professional knowledge - planning, preparation of the work and reviews 40 40 40 120 - Preparation and collection of funds and safety at work, protection of the health and environmental protection (40 teaching periods) 80 80 80 240 - Decoration and finishing 80 80 80 240 Total 200 200 200 600 b. General Culture 120 120 120 360 c. Sport 40 40 40 120 Total of periods teaching 360 360 360 1080 of slight differences compared to the prescribed number of teaching periods per year of learning within a domain of operational skills are possible, in agreement with the cantonal authorities and competent organisations of the world of work.
The teaching of general culture is governed by the order of SERI of 27 April 2006 on the minimum conditions for the general culture in the initial vocational training.
The language of instruction is generally speaking the national language of the location of the school.
Bilingual education is recommended in the national language of the location of the school and another national language or in English.
The cantons may admit other languages of instruction.
SR 412.101.241 art. 8 business classes business courses include 32 days of training, 8 hours of class per day.
Day and the content are distributed on 4 classes as follows: a. the course 1 is held during the 1 year of learning, includes 12 days and covers the following operational skills: prepare and conduct the work of pretreatment (1 part), apply coatings (part 1);
b. the course 2 takes place in the 2 year, includes 8 days and covers the following operational skills: prepare and conduct the work of pretreatment (part 2), apply coatings (part 2), implement techniques and decorative and creative elements (part 1);
c. the course 3 takes place in the 2 year, includes 8 days and covers the following operational skills: apply coatings (part 3), implement techniques and decorative and creative elements (part 2);
d. the course 4 takes place during the 5th semester, includes 4 days and covers the following operational skills: apply coatings (part 4), implement techniques and elements decorative and creative (part 3), apply to ready-made wall coverings.
The areas of operational skills 1 (planning, preparing the work and reports) and 4 (safety at work, protection of the health and environmental protection) are taught in all courses.
No business course is held in the last half of the initial vocational training.
Section 5 training art. 9. a training plan, enacted by the competent organization of the world of work and approved by SERI, is available at the time of the entry into force of this order.
The training plan: a. contains the profile of qualification; This one includes:
1. the profile of the profession, 2. the overview of the areas of operational skills and operational skills, 3. the level of requirements of the profession;
b. details the contents of initial training and the provisions for safety at work, protection of health and environmental protection, and defines what operational skills are acquired and transmitted in each place of training;
The training plan has a list of the tools used to promote the quality of initial vocational training with an indication of the media.
Section 6 minimum requirements for trainers and maximum number of trainees in the company art. 10 minimum requirements for trainers the minimum requirements for trainers within the meaning of art. 44, al. 1, let. a and b, OFPr are met by: a. holders of a title reflecting the higher vocational training; b. holders of a diploma corresponding to a high school and evidence of at least 3 years of professional experience in the field of training.
Art. 11 maximum number of people in training companies that have two trainers or a trainer held 100% occupied each at least 60% can train someone in training.
Another person may be formed for each group of three busy professionals each 100% or for each group of six professionals occupied each at least 60% in business.
Are deemed professionals holders of a federal certificate of capacity or an equivalent qualification in the field of the person in training.
In companies that are allowed to form only one, a second person may start its training if the first enters its last year of initial vocational training.
In special cases, the cantonal authority may authorize a company having trained for several years with successful people to exceed the maximum number of trainees.
Section 7 training record, training report and record of payments art. 12 record of training during the training to professional practice, the training person keeps a record of training in which she registered as and when important work on operational skills.
At least once a semester, the formatter controls and sign the training record. He discusses this with the person in training at least once a semester.
Art. 13 report of training the trainer at the end of each semester a report attesting the level attained by the person in training. To this end, it is based on the benefits of the person in training for in-company training and the remarks relating to the services provided to professional school and in business courses. He discusses this with the person in training at least once a semester.
The trainer and the training person agree if necessary measures to achieve the training objectives and set deadlines accordingly. They record the decisions and measures taken in writing.
The trainer check after the deadline the effectiveness of the measures taken and made mention of its findings in the next training report.
If the set measures targets are not met or if training could be compromised, the trainer shall forward it in writing to the contracting parties and the cantonal authority.
Art. 14 record of the services provided to school professional vocational schools documenting the person in training benefits relating to the areas of operational skills taught and general culture, and establish a newsletter at intention at the end of each semester.
Art. 15 records of the services provided during the business courses business course providers document benefits the person in training in the form of a proficiency check after 1, 2 and 3 courses.
The proficiency checks are sanctioned by notes. These are taken into account for the calculation of the score of experience.
Section 8 Art. qualification Procedures 16 admission is admitted to the qualification procedures the person who took the initial vocational training: a. in accordance with this order; (b) in an institution of training accredited by the canton, ouc. in one context other than that of a line of regulated training and who: 1. has acquired the necessary professional experience referred to in art. OFPr 32, 2. has completed at least 3 years professional experience in the field of activity of the CFC, et3 painters. demonstrates that it meets the requirements of the qualification procedures.
Art. 17 object qualification procedures are intended to demonstrate that the operational skills described in art. 4 were acquired.
Art. 18 scope and organization of the qualification procedure with final exam the qualification procedure with final review is on operational skills in the areas of qualification below as follows: a. practical work in the form of a prescribed practical work (TPP) for a total of 22 hours. This area of qualification is assessed at the end of the initial vocational training. The training person must show that it is able to perform the tasks required in the rules of the art and according to the needs and the situation. The training records and documents relating to the business courses can be used as aid. This area of qualification covers the areas of operational skills below with the following weights: learners-ciation area of operational skills weighting 1 Point.
Planning, preparation of work and reports 10% 2.
Preparation and recovery of funds 50% 3.
Decoration and finishing 40% the area of operational skills 4 (safety at work, protection of the health and environmental protection) is integrated into the appreciation points 1 to 3.
b. professional knowledge with a duration of 3 hours (120 minutes in writing and orally 60 minutes). This area of qualification is assessed at the end of the initial vocational training. It covers the areas of operational skills below with the following weights according to the forms of review below: Point learners-ciation area of operational skills form and duration of exam weight 1.
Planning, preparation of work and written reports 20% 2.
Preparation and collection of funds and safety at work, protection of the health and protection of the environment written 30% 3.
Decoration and shaping written 10% 4.
Professional maintenance (on all areas of operational skills) oral/60 min 40% c. General Culture. This area of qualification is governed by the order of SERI of 27 April 2006 on the minimum conditions for the general culture in the initial vocational training.
In each area of qualification, benefits are evaluated by at least two experts at the exams.
SR 412.101.241 art. 19 conditions for success, calculating and weighting of the notes the qualification with final exam procedure is successful if: a. the note in the field of qualification "work practice" is greater than or equal to 4, etb. the overall score is greater than or equal to 4.
The overall score is the average, rounded to the first decimal place, notes weighted areas of qualification of the final exam and the note of weighted experience.
The note of experience corresponds to the average, rounded to the first decimal place, notes about: a. the teaching of professional knowledge; b. business courses.
The note of the teaching of professional knowledge corresponds to the average, rounded to a whole note or a half‑step six semi-annual notes.
The note of business courses corresponds to the average, rounded to a whole note or a half‑step, notes of the three proficiency checks.
For the calculation of the overall score, scores are weighted as follows: a. practical work: 40%; b. professional knowledge: 20%; c. General knowledge: 20%; d. note experience: 20%.
Art. 20 reps the repetition of the qualification procedure is governed by art. 33 OFPr.
If a field of qualification must be repeated, it must be in its entirety.
For people who repeat review final and who no longer follow the teaching of professional knowledge, the old notes experience is taken into account. For people who follow again the teaching of professional knowledge at least 2 semesters, only new notes are taken into account for the calculation of the score of experience.
For people who repeat review final and who no longer follow business courses, the former note is taken into account. For people who follow the last two business courses evaluated again, only the new notes are taken into account for the calculation of the score of experience.
Art. 21 case
For people who followed prior out of the framework of vocational training initial training regulated and suffered the final exam regulated by this order, there is no note of experience.
For the calculation of the overall score, scores are weighted as follows: a. practical work: 50%; (b) professional knowledge: 30 %c. General knowledge: 20%.
Section 9 certificate and title art. 22. the person who has managed a qualification procedure receives the federal certificate of capacity (CFC).
The CFC allows its holders to bear the title legally protected "painter CFC.
If the EFA was achieved through the qualification with final examination procedure, the report card mentioned: a. the overall score; b. the notes of each area of qualification of the final exam and subject to art. 21, al. 1, the note of experience.
Section 10 development of quality and Organization art. 23 Swiss commission for professional development and the quality of paint professions Swiss Commission for professional development and the quality of paint (commission) professions is composed: a. five to seven of the Schweizerischer Maler - und Gipserunternehmer - Verband (SMGV) and representatives of the French-speaking Swiss Federation of plasterer companies (FREPP); b. a representative of the body of specialized teachers; (c) at least one representative of the Confederation and at least one representative of the cantons.
The language regions are fairly represented.
The commission has auto-constitue.
It is responsible in particular for the following: a. review regularly, at least every five years, the order on the initial vocational training and training based on economic, technological, ecological and educational development plan; Integrate, where appropriate, new aspects of ivet; b. ask the organisation of the working world competent to propose to SERI of the changes of the order, insofar that identified developments require an adaptation of the latter; c. proposed to the Organization of the working world competent to change the training plan, so far identified developments require an adaptation of the latter; d. take a position on the validation of experience; e instruments. take a position on the tools used to promote the quality of initial vocational training, in particular on enforcement provisions related to the qualification procedures.
Art. 24 responsible bodies and the bodies responsible for business classes business courses are: a. Schweizerischer Maler - und Gipserunternehmer - Federation (SMGV); b. French-speaking Swiss Federation of plasterer companies (FREPP).
The canton may, in consultation with the relevant organizations of the world of work, entrust the Organization of business courses at another institution, particularly if the quality or the Organization of these courses can no longer be ensured.
The cantons determine the Organization and conduct of business courses with the responsible body.
The competent cantonal authorities have access to the courses at any time.
Section 11 provisions final art. 25 repeal of the law in force are repealed: a. the regulation of 11 November 1981 concerning learning and the learning house-painter examination; b. the professional curriculum of 11 November 1981 for apprentices painters in buildings.
The approval of the law of 26 February 1996 on the Organization of introductory courses intended for the apprentice (e) House Painters is revoked.
1982 I 494 1982 I Art. 494 FF FF 26 transitional provisions people who began their training in painter before January 1, 2015 complete it according to the old law.
If they demand, people who repeat the end of painter learning review until 31 December 2019 will see their benefits valued according to the old law.
Art. 27 entry into force this order comes into force January 1, 2015, the provisions of para. 2 being reserved.
The provisions relating to the procedure qualification, the certificate and the title (art. 16 to 22) come into force on January 1, 2018.
RO 2014 2619 RS 412.10 RS 412.101 RS 822.115 State on January 1, 2015