Writ­ten expertise

Sari­na .B asked 1 year ago

Hel­lo, I have a ques­ti­on, can I con­ti­nue to work legal­ly if I have pas­sed the writ­ten test?

1 Ans­wers
Exper­ti­se 34a Staff ans­we­red 1 year ago


You only have the pos­si­bi­li­ty to exer­cise one of the acti­vi­ties regu­la­ted by the law if you have pas­sed the expert know­ledge exami­na­ti­on accor­ding to § 34a GewO: https://www.sachkunde-34a.de/grosser-34a-schein-pflicht/

You have pas­sed the exami­na­ti­on if you both partsi.e. have suc­cessful­ly com­ple­ted the writ­ten and oral part of the exami­na­ti­on. The “cer­ti­fi­ca­te” issued to you by the exami­ning cham­ber (IHK) ser­ves as proof.

ImportantIn addi­ti­on, the so-cal­led relia­bi­li­ty must be given. In prac­ti­ce, this means that the com­pe­tent aut­ho­ri­ty checks whe­ther you have rele­vant cri­mi­nal records. Your employ­er reports you to the Guard Regis­ter (BWR) and you will recei­ve a guard ID (via your employ­er). It goes wit­hout say­ing that apart from this, all other things that usual­ly have to be obser­ved in the con­text of an employ­ment rela­ti­onship must of cour­se be regu­la­ted — here, the secu­ri­ty com­pa­ny is pri­ma­ri­ly respon­si­ble (key­words: social secu­ri­ty noti­fi­ca­ti­on, employ­ment con­tract, acci­dent pre­ven­ti­on regu­la­ti­ons, etc.).