Granting an exemption for registration in the register of craftsmen Unfortunately this specification of service has not yet been completely translated.

You can apply for an exemption for registration in the register of craftsmen in accordance with the Crafts Code if there is a reason for exception and your master-like knowledge and skills are proven in the applied craft as well as in the commercial and general law area. With an exemption granted, you meet the requirements for registration in the register of craftsmen for a craft subject to approval. Attention: With an exemption permit, you do not acquire the right to lead the championship title. The eligibility for training in the craft sector in question requires separate verification. An exemption permit can be limited to technically and economically definable partial activities of a craft subject to licensing.

Completed application form proof of competence or qualification and/or Proof of the duration of the profession in the requested craft (training, further education and employment references, references), if available

Applications/forms can be obtained from the responsible Chamber of Crafts.

Prerequisites are: Reason for exception An exceptional reason for an indefinite exemption permit exists if you cannot exceptionally be expected to take the master craftsman's examination. An exceptional reason for a temporary exemption permit may exist, for example, in the case of: prolonged unemployment Opportunity to take over a business Proof of competence The master craftsman's examination must be made up for with a temporary exemption permit.

After you have received the exemption permit, the entry in the register of craftsmen can take place. You can also work as a technical operations manager in another company.
Please submit the application for an exemption permit to the responsible Chamber of Crafts together with all documents.

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