Abstract According to the amendment of the Health and Nursing Act 2016, a mix of skills and education in training and practice is a recurring topic due to the expansion of compe-tencies and activities. The content of the present master thesis is the importance of knowledge transfer and the associated practical implementation, which already has to happen in the education of the respective nursing professions, thereby creating a selfunderstanding for the trainees for a rulegoverned, professional acting. Based on the legal framework conditions and training regulations, the advantages of crosstraining practical instruction are highlighted. This offers trainees the opportunity to become acquainted and trained the interfaces within the nursing care during their education. By the internalization of these skills the trainees will have improved the starting conditions for their career entry. The possibilities of implementation in the respective train-ing are justified in the theoretical part with specialist literature. In addition, the competences are transfered into practical daily routine. Using an empirical, qualitative survey of careers and trainees of all three nursing professions, the current state of knowledge on the legal framework is surveyed. The existence of a motivated, professional selfperfection at the time of employment and the possibilities of a longterm conservation of knowledge in practice are indicated, as well as the possibilities of transfer and implementation in the training and optionally the training for already working people. The transfer of knowledge in the form of communication, information and training form the basis for the occupational profile of nursing, which presupposes a professional ability to act.Combining the theoretical knowledge with the results of the qualitative survey led to interpretation and discussion of the results.