Final examination in recognised training occupations according to BBiG

If you complete an apprenticeship in a recognised training occupation under the Vocational Training Act (BBiG), a final examination is taken at the end of the training. The final examination is taken by the competent body (usually a board). In order to take the final examination, you must be approved for examination by the competent body. Details of the subject matter and procedures of the examination can be found in the relevant training regulations and examination regulations of the competent body. After passing the examination, you will receive an examination certificate from the competent authority. You can request that the certificate also lists the results of vocational education and training. Also on request, an English-language and a French-language translation will be attached to your certificate.

The prerequisites for admission to the final examination are set out in Sections 43-46 of the BBiG.
Vocational Education and Training Act (BBiG)

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Admission to the final examination is decided by the competent body. The examination shall be carried out by an audit committee established by the competent body.

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