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In Germany, an intermediate examination in accordance with the training regulations must usually be taken during vocational training in recognised training occupations. The intermediate examination is intended to determine the level of training and to be carried out in accordance with the training regulations. Their purpose is to make it possible to have a corrective effect on the actual course of further training, if necessary. The subject of the intermediate examination is the skills, knowledge and abilities provided for in the training regulations as well as the learning material to be taught in vocational school lessons, insofar as it is essential for vocational training. The examinee receives a certificate of the result of the intermediate examination in the form of a Teilnahmebescheinigung.In Germany, an intermediate examination in accordance with the training regulations must usually be taken during vocational training in recognised training occupations.

Registration or application forms can be obtained from the responsible body (chamber or training company).


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For trainees, participation in the intermediate examination is a prerequisite for admission to the final examination (exception: professions with a stretched final examination).
§ 48 of the Vocational Training Act (BBiG), § 39 Gesetz zur Ordnung des Handwerks (Crafts Code - HwO).

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