UNIVERSITY OF MÁLAGA FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS ECTS INFORMATION PACKAGE FACULTY OF INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS I.-GENERAL INFORMATION 1.- TO CONTACT Postal address: UNIVERSIDAD DE MÁLAGA Facultad de Ciencias del Trabajo Paseo de la Estación s/n. El Palo 29071 MALAGA. España Tel. : 00 34 / 952 20 71 52 Fax: 00 34 / 952 29 45 65 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org 2.- DEAN Dr. Manuel MONTALBAN PEREGRIN 1 3.- SECRETARY: MATRICULATION AND STUDENT SERVICE Secretary: Dr. Mª Auxiliadora DURAN DURAN Head Secretary: Ms. Rosalía RECHE BERSABÉ Tel.: 00 34 / 952 29 52 00 Fax: 00 34 / 952 29 45 65 Email: email@example.com 4.- ERASMUS-SOCRATES COORDINATORS Facility Coordinator: Dr. Concha APRELL LASAGABASTER: firstname.lastname@example.org Academic coordinators: Industrial Relations: Dr. Concha APRELL LASAGABASTER: email@example.com Postal Address: Avda. de la Estación s/n El Palo. 29071. Málaga Social work: D. Carlos GALLEGO firstname.lastname@example.org Postal Address: Aulario López Peñalver. Campus Teatinos 29071 Málaga. 5.- QUALIFICATIONS: There are currently 2,000 students registered in the Faculty of Industrial Relations, studying to obtain one of the following qualifications: DEGREE IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: Second cycle. 2 years. 4 semesters. DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS: First cycle. 3 years. 6 semesters. DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK: First cycle. 3 years. 6 semesters. Students preparing the Diploma in Social work attend classes in the Aulario Peñalver. Campus Teatinos. 6.- AVAILABLE FACILITIES Besides the services provided by the central University of Malaga and by each individual establishment, the Faculty of Industrial Relations places the following facilities at the disposal of students: Library and newspaper archive: This area has 150 places, with a consulting room, a study room, the newspaper archive and the library. Although the library is fundamentally a Law library, especially Labour and Corporate Law, its material also includes conceptual and/or methodological subjects related to both disciplines: Economics, Sociology, Psychology, Statistics, Geography and History. It offers the following services: - Free admission - Book borrowing - Inter-library borrowing and photocopying of documents - Reprography in the newspaper archive - Information and reference - Automatic bibliography search The catalogue of the University Library may be accessed from any library in one of the University of Malaga establishments, or by Internet, at the following address: http://www.uma.es/serviciosuniversitarios/ibiblioteca.html/ Computer room: There is a computer room for teaching and student use, equipped with personal computers, professional printer and a fixed video viewer. All computers have access to internet and students may use electronic mail. Photocopy service: There is a photocopy service available in the faculty building, where class notes and exercises given by lecturers may also be obtained.. 2 Cafeteria: The Faculty does not have its own cafeteria, although there are several located nearby, where students can have breakfast or lunch, or simply have a drink, at reasonable prices. In addition, a restaurant near the Faculty acts as a University Dining Hall where meals at attractive prices are served. Students of the Diploma in Social work, may use the Cafeterias and University Dining Halls on the Teatinos Campus. 7.- ACADEMIC INFORMATION The academic year begins in the first week of October and ends in the second week of July. It comprises two semesters, containing fourteen class weeks each. Classes in the first semester begin with the academic year, in the first week of October, and end in the last week of January. The final exams of this first semester take place during the first two weeks of February. Classes in the second semester begin in the third week of February and end in the first week of June. The courses are organised annually in 50 % of the subjects, and on a semestral bases in the case of approximately the other 50% of subjects. In each semester there is also a Spanish language and culture course which is offered free of charge to Erasmus students. Classes are given at three different levels: basic, intermediate or advanced. Classes usually begin in early October and early February respectively. There are also intensive monthly courses. Students are advised to arrive in Malaga one or two weeks before the start of semester if they wish to obtain more information about these courses, or to reserve a place on one of them. A student usually studies five or six subjects per semester, which require between 20 and 24 hours of class attendance per week. The latter are divided into theoretical and practical classes, usually in a proportion of 3 to 1, although this proportion will depend on the subject in question. In some cases, classes are held in the computer rooms. For students on the ERASMUS programme, or any other international exchange programme, it is recommended not to study more than five 6-credit-subjects in one semester, which will require 20 class hours and correspond to thirty ECTS credits. Lecturers have six hours per week assigned to students, during which matters related to the teaching and progress of their subject course will be dealt with. These tutorials are usually held in the lecturer’s office. The days and hours dedicated to these tasks are posted on the faculty notice-board. Students are usually evaluated according to their attendance and participation in class, work carried out, and a written exam at the end of semester. The most generalised assessment system in the University of Malaga (UMA) and its corresponding equivalent is, approximately, as follows: Description In English UMA mark ECTS grade Matrícula de Honor First Class with Distinction 10 A* Sobresaliente First Class 9 A Notable Second Class 8 B Notable Second Class 7 C Aprobado Pass Mark 6 D Aprobado Pass Mark 5 E Suspenso Fail 0-4 FX, F If a student does not pass a subject (grade equal to or above 5), he or she must repeat the examination at the next sitting, which is usually in September. 8. MATRICULATION 3 Students from foreign universities may matriculate in any subject, irrespective of the course year or the course in which that subject is taught, as part of any one of the three qualifications imparted by the Faculty of Industrial Relations. The regulations of the University of Malaga also permit these students to matriculate simultaneously in other establishments. In all cases, free places must exist in the selected subjects. Foreign students participating in an exchange programme or international exchange agreement, will not be required to pay any form of registration or matriculation fee, unless otherwise stated in the bilateral agreement. They will enjoy the same rights as other students of the University of Malaga. Matriculation must take place within the time limits established for all students of the University, although, given the special circumstances of exchange students, matriculation may be authorised outside these time limits. In this respect, the exchange student will dispose of two weeks of class during which he or she may make any necessary changes to his or her studies contract, so that they may have the opportunity to obtain more information concerning the contents and the lecturers in the subjects chosen. The first thing the student should do on arrival at the University of Malaga, is to go directly to the General Office of International Relations, where he or she will be given the identity document establishing his or her identity as an exchange student. Matriculation will be formalised in the Secretary’s Office of the Faculty of Industrial Relations, on presentation of the aforementioned document. At matriculation, the student may wish to take out student medical insurance, in which case the required fee must be paid, if he or she chooses to do so. At the end of the student’s stay, after sitting the examinations, the Secretary of this Faculty will issue an academic report of the subjects studied and the corresponding grades obtained. This report will be passed to the General Office of International Relations , which is responsible for issuing the Certificate of Studies Completed, before sending it to the university of origin of the student concerned. For any further information with respect to this administrative process or to any other aspects of the academic processes of the Faculty of Industrial Relations, the student should contact one of the following persons: The Academic Coordinator Degree in Industrial Relations and Diploma in Industrial Relations: Dr. Concha APRELL LASAGABASTER : email@example.com. Diploma in Social Work : Mr. Carlos GALLEGO firstname.lastname@example.org The Head Secretary: Ms. Rosalía RECHE BERSABE: email@example.com. The student will receive the information requested, and will also be permitted to use the fax, telephone or electronic mail, if he or she needs to contact the university of origin for any reason related to his or her presence in this establishment. II .- STUDY PROGRAMMES SECOND CYCLE DEGREE IN INDUTRIAL RELATIONS STUDY PROGRAMME FIRST YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS ANNUAL 104 Negotiation Theory and Techniques 7,5 101 Strategic Corporate Management 7,5 1st SEMESTER 102 Labour Economics I 5 106 Employment Law 5 107 The Spanish Constitutional System 4 4 Optional: To Choose from the list of optional subjects 4 2nd SEMESTER 103 Labour Economics II 5 105 Introduction to accountancy 5 108 Legal system of Social Economy Companies 5 Optional: To choose from the list of optional subjects 4 Free non-core subjects 8 ECTS First Semester 18 ECTS Second Semester 34 ECTS de Free non-core subjects 8 Total ECTS First Year 60 SECOND YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS ANNUAL 201 Socio-labour auditing 7 1st SEMESTER 202 Socio-labour policies 5 203 Analysis of Public Policies 5 205 Sociology of Industrial Relations 5 206 Collective bargaining and extra-judicial solution of collective conflicts 5 Optional: To choose from the list of optional subjects 4 2nd SEMESTER 204 Administrative Intervention in socio-labour policy-making 5 209 Statistics applied to Work Sciences 5 208 Corporate Sociology 5 207 Psychosocial Intervention in Organisations 5 Optional: To choose from the List of Optional Subjects 4 Free non-core subjects 5 ECTS First Semester 24 ECTS Second Semester 31 ECTS de Free non-core subjects 5 Total ECTS Second Year 60 OPTIONAL SUBJECTS CODE ECTS 901 Psychology of Work Maladjustment 4 902 Company Creation 4 903 Public Administration and the Health System 4 904 Social Exclusion and Inclusion 4 905 EU and International Labour Law 4 906 Labour Taxation 4 907 Psychology of Work Groups 4 908 Complementary Social Protection 4 909 Working Conditions and Health 4 910 Social History of Labour 4 911 Transnational Work Contracts 4 5 SUBJECT DESCRIPTION FIRST YEAR 104 ANNUAL NEGOTIATION THEORY AND TECHNIQUES 7,5 Theory and structure of collective bargaining. Dynamics of collective bargaining. Conflict dynamics and management. Conflict reduction and prevention strategies. Negotiation techniques and principles. Strategies and techniques. 101 ANNUAL STRATEGIC CORPORATE MANAGEMENT 7,5 Analysis of general and specific control. Internal resource analysis and decision-making. Options for strategy forming: generic strategies or alternative methods. Strategy assessment. Strategy implementation factors. 102 +103 1 and 2 SEMESTER LABOUR ECONOMICS I and II 5+5 Labour market theories. Labour market dynamics. The labour market in Spain: global, territorial and sectorial. Public intervention in the labour market. Employment policies 106 1st SEMESTER LABOUR LAW 5 Job creation and protection – professional training. The employment of foreigners and European Union nationals 107 1st SEMESTER THE SPANISH CONSTITUTIONAL SYSTEM 4 The Constitution and Legal sources. Powers and constitutional bodies. The Autonomous State 105 2nd SEMESTER INTRODUCTION TO ACCOUNTANCY 5 Accounting techniques for determination of account balance. Special reference to the National Accountancy Plan. 108 2nd SEMESTER LEGAL SYSTEM OF SOCIAL ECONOMY COMPANIES 5 Participation of work in the company. Cooperatives. Worker companies. Other worker-participation formulas. SECOND YEAR 201 ANNUAL SOCIO-LABOUR AUDITING 7 Information and communication system for system analysis. Investigation instruments and techniques for corporate auditing. Auditing report: diagnosis and plan-of-action. Integration of human resource management policies 202 1st SEMESTER SOCIO-LABOUR POLICIES 5 From Economics, public policies: general characteristics of socio-labour policies. Formation and development process. Local, regional, national and international policies. Regulations governing socio-labour policies: employment and labour intermediation: labour health and the environment, professional training 203 1st SEMESTER ANANYSIS OF PUBLIC POLICIES 5 6 Public policies: general characteristics of socio-labour policies. Formation and development process. Local, regional, national and international policies. Regulations governing socio-labour policies: employment and labour intermediation: labour health and the environment, professional training 205 1st SEMESTER SOCIOLOGY OF LABOUR RELATIONS 5 Theories and analytical models of labour relations systems. Labour conflict, industrial conflict and labour relations. The labour relations system in Spain: development and constituent factors. Labour relations systems and factors of diversity. Comparative perspective. 206 COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AND EXTRAJUDICICAL 1st SEMESTER 5 SOLUTION OF COLLECTIVE CONFLICTS Theories and analytical models of labour relations systems. Labour conflict, industrial conflict and labour relations. The labour relations system in Spain: development and constituent factors. Labour relations systems and factors of diversity. Comparative perspective. 204 ADMINISTRATIVE INTERVENTION IN SOCIO-LABOUR 2nd SEMESTER 5 POLICIES Regulations governing socio-labour policies: employment and labour intermediation; Labour health and the environment; professional training. Analysis and assessment of socio-labour policies. 209 2nd SEMESTER STATISTICS APPLIED TO THE WORK SCIENCES 5 Basic statistics applied to the Social Sciences. Descriptive statistics. Simple regressive models. Introduction to the analysis of temporal series. 208 2nd SEMESTER CORPORATE SOCIOLOGY 5 Basic theoretical principles of corporate analysis. Corporate organisational models. 207 2nd SEMESTER PSYCHOSOCIAL INTERVENTION IN 5 ORGANISATIONS Development and planned change. Psychological intervention techniques. Improvement in the socio-labour climate. Motivation, commitment promises and participation. OPTIONAL 901 SEMESTRAL PSYCHOLOGY OF WORK MALADJUSTMENT 4 Psychosocial adjustment. Inadaptation and labour psychopathology. Absenteeism. Anomic behaviour. Abandon. 902 SEMESTRAL COMPANY CREATION 4 Surroundings analysis. Company feasibility calculation. Selection of sources of financing. Project implementation. 903 SEMESTRAL PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION AND HEALTH SYSTEM 4 Analysis of health legislation, institutions of the health system and organisational and operative methods. 904 SEMESTRAL SOCIAL EXCLUSION AND INCLUSION 4 Social inequality, stratification and exclusion. Mechanisms and dimensions of social exclusion. 905 SEMESTRAL EU AND INTERNATIONAL LAW 4 7 Sources and institutions. Regulatory competences of the European Union with respect to labour. Multilateral treaties and agreements. OIT agreements and international declarations on corporate rights. 906 SEMESTRAL WORK TAXATION 4 Work output and taxes. 907 SEMESTRAL PSYCHOLOGY OF WORK GROUPS 4 Work groups and teams. Group processes in the workplace. Typology, structure and dynamics. Teamwork. 908 SEMESTRAL COMPLEMENTARY SOCIAL PROTECTION 4 Social Security Structure. Complementary level and constitution. Legal system of complementary benefits. 909 SEMESTRAL WORK CONDITIONS AND HEALTH 4 Concept of health and professional risk. Working accidents and professional illness. Introduction to prevention techniques. Security techniques. Introduction to prevention organisation 910 SEMESTRAL SOCIAL HISTORY OF LABOUR 4 Labour relations in the past: slavery. Servitude. The trades. The birth of the working class. The development of labour regulation in Spain. 911 SEMESTRAL TRANSNATIONAL WORK CONTRACTS 4 International legal competence. Enforceability of foreign resolutions. Law applicable to international work contracts. FIRST CYCLE DIPLOMA IN INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS STUDY PROGRAMME FIRST YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS ANNUAL 101 Introduction to labour law 9 102 Sociology and social investigation techniques 12 1st SEMESTER 103 Elements of Public Law 6,5 104 Contemporary Social and Political History 6,5 105 Introduction to Economy 6,5 2nd SEMESTER 106 Elements of Private Law 6,5 107 Corporate Economics 6,5 And one subject to choose from: 801 Basic Laws 6,5 802 Private Business Law 6,5 ETCS First Semester 19,5 ECTS Second Semester 40,5 8 Total ECTS First Year 60 SECOND YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS ANNUAL 201 Labour Law 10 202 Social Security Law 10 203 Trade Union Law 8,5 204 Labour Psychology 7,5 205 Direction and Management of staff 10 1st SEMESTER One subject to choose from: 803 Introduction to statistics 3,5 804 Economic structure 3,5 806 Contemporary economic problems 3.5 2nd SEMESTER One subject to choose from: 805 Labour Administration 3,5 805 Civil Responsibility System 3,5 807 Administrative Proceedings 3,5 Free non-core subjects 7 ECTS 1st Semester 3,5 ECTS 2nd Semester 49,5 ECTS Free non-core subjects 7 Total ECTS Second Year 60 THIRD YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS Annual 113 Legal Protection of Labour Rights 9,5 114 Safety in the Workplace and Social Action 9,5 115 Organization and Work Methods 9,5 1st SEMESTER 116 Social Security Practicals 5 119 Human Resource Management Practicals 3,5 And one subject to choose from: 810 Human Resource Training Management 3,5 811 Organisation Psychology 3,5 813 Accounting 3,5 2nd SEMESTER SUBJECT 117 Industrial Relations 4 118 Assessment Process Practicals 3,5 And one subject to choose from: 808 Constitutional Labour Jurisprudence 3,5 809 Negotiation Principles and Techniques 3,5 Free non-core subjects 8,5 ECTS 1st Semester 12 ECTS 2nd Semester 39,5 ECTS Free non-core subjects 8,5 9 Total ECTS Third Year 60 INCOMPATIBILITIES The following subjects forming part of the Diploma in Industrial Relations are considered incompatible: Labour Law With respect to Introduction to Labour Law Industrial Relations With respect to Trade Union Law Social Security Practicals With respect to Social Security Law Human Resource Management Practicals With respect to Direction and Management of staff SUBJECT DESCRIPTION FIRST YEAR 101 ANNUAL INTRODUCCION TO LABOUR LAW 9 Basic social reality of Labour Law. Historic development. Concept. Sources. Employment market Requirements: none Lecturer: Dr. Rosa PEREZ YÁÑEZ , Mr. Francisco TRUJILLO VILLANUEVA 102 ANNUAL SOCIOLOGY AND INDUSTRIAL INVESTIGATION 12 TECHNIQUES Basic notions of general Sociology. Knowledge of the methods and techniques of social investigation, applied to labour relations. Requirements: none Lecturer: Mr. Enrique GONZALEZ MATA; Ms. Bernadette SEBRECKTS 103 1st SEMESTER ELEMENTS OF PUBLIC LAW 6,5 Basic notions of the structure, organisation and operation of the Spanish Kingdom: The Constitution and other Legal Sources. The State Institutions. The Autonomous Communities. Public Administrations. . Requirements: none Lecturer: Dr. Concha APRELL LASAGABASTER CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL AND POLITICAL 6,5 104 1st SEMESTER HISTORY 10 A basic knowledge of political and social assessment since the Industrial Revolution and social movements. Requirements: none Lecturer: Mª José GONZALEZ CASTILLEJO 105 1st SEMESTER INTRODUCTION TO THE ECONOMY 6,5 Economics Fundamentals. Microeconomics. Macroeconomics. Economic policies. Requirements: none Lecturer : Dr. Juan ORTIZ MOLINA; Mr. Alberto MONTERO SOLER 106 2ª SEMESTER ELEMENTS OF PRIVATE LAW 6,5 Basic knowledge of the concepts and Institutions of Civil Law: legal personality, capacity, obligations, contracts, (real) property rights REQUIREMENTS: none LECTURER: Mr. Javier PASTOR PITA 107 2ª SEMESTER CORPORATE ECONOMY 6,5 The company: concepts, elements and functions. Company types. The entrepreneur: historical development and present situation. The company as a system. Corporate sub-systems: Production marketing and financing REQUIREMENTS: none LECTURER: Dr. Juan AGUIRRE DE MENA, Vanesa GUZMÁN PARRA 801 2ª SEMESTER BASIC LAWS 6,5 Analysis of the Basic Laws as set out in the Spanish Constitution. Individual and collective laws. REQUIREMENTS. None LECTURER : Ms. Mª Dolores CABELLO FERNANDEZ 802 2nd SEMESTER PRIVATE CORPORATE LAW 6,5 Introduction to commercial Law: The Entrepreneur. Structure and operation of companies: Public Limited Companies. Limited Companies. Cooperatives. REQUIREMENTS. None LECTURER :Ms. Mercedes CORDONES RAMÍREZ SECOND YEAR 201 ANNUAL LABOUR LAW 10 Labour Regulations. Labour Administration. The work contract: contents, modification, suspension and cancellation. Special working relationships. Legal protection: Labour procedures and special procedures. International and EU regulations and Institutions regarding labour. EU social policy. 11 REQUIREMENTS. None LECTURER: Dr. José Miguel MARTINEZ JIMÉNEZ, Mr. Antonio LOPEZ-QUIÑONES 202 ANNUAL SOCIAL SECURITY LAW 10 The Social Security system, General Scheme and Special Schemes. Relations between social security benefits. Social welfare. Administrative aspects of the Social Security. REQUIREMENTS. INTRODUCTION TO LABOUR LAW LECTURER: Dr. Juan Carlos ALVAREZ CORTES; Mr. Francisco LOZANO LARES 203 ANNUAL TRADE UNION LAW 8,5 Trade Union Liberty and representation of employees in the company. Collective bargaining and collective labour conflicts. Social and political employment regularization REQUIREMENTS. None Lecturer: Mr. Juan Luis PERALTA DE LA CAMARA: 204 ANNUAL LABOUR PSYCHOLOGY 7,5 Basic knowledge of the psychological processes of labour behaviour and conflicts. Psychological assessment for the selection, training and promotion of personnel. REQUIREMENTS. None LECTURER: Ms. Mercedes ORTIZ CASTRO 205 ANNUAL PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT 10 Objectives, policies and planification. Work positions and workforce. Selection, training, promotion and assessment of personnel. Personnel management systems and techniques. REQUIREMENTS. None LECTURER: Dr. María Paz ANDRES REINA and Dr. Juan AGUIRRE DE MENA 803 1st SEMESTER INTRODUCTION TO STATISTICS 3,5 Basic statistics applied to the Social Sciences. Social investigation metods and techniques for application to industrial relations Requirements: none Lecturer: Mr. Francisco ISLA CASTILLO 804 1st SEMESTER ECONOMIC STRUCTURE 3,5 The training process and fundamental characteristics of the economic structure in Spain. Analysis of production activities. Institutional and economic organisation aspects Requirements: none Lecturer: Dr. Luis COLOMER REAL 806 1st SEMESTER CONTEMPORARY ECONOMIC PROBLEMS 3,5 Growth and economic crisis. Inflation. Unemployment and changes in labour markets. Economic policies with regard to crisis. 12 Requirements: none Lecturer: Dr. Juan TORRES LOPEZ. Dr. Juan ORTIZ MOLINA 805 2ª SEMESTER LABOUR ADMINISTRATION 3,5 Central, peripheral and Autonomous Administration. Competences, organisation and operation. Work Inspection: Work Inspection documents and reports. Requirements: none Lecturer: Mr.Pedro MORENO BRENES 807 2ª SEMESTER CIVIL LIABILITY REGIME 3,5 General civil liability régime. Contractual and extra-contractual liability Requirements: none Lecturer: D. Antonio GALVEZ CRIADO 812 2ª SEMESTER ADMINISTRATIVE PROCEDURES 3,5 Administrative activity: types of activity. Administrative actions: concept, types, effectiveness, administrative silence, invalidity . Administrative procedures. Administrative resources: concept and types. Requirements: none Lecturer: Dr. Concha APRELL LASAGABASTER THIRD YEAR SAFETY IN THE WORKPLACE AND SOCIAL 301 ANNUAL 9,5 ACTION Health and safety in the workplace. Illness and accidents at work. Technical safety regulations and protective measures. Liability for lack of prevention. Social action and social action plan in the company. Requirements: none Profesos: Ms. Marina FERNANDEZ RAMIREZ 302 ANNUAL WORKING METHODS AND ORGANISATION 9,5 Objectives, principles and organisational procedures. Planning, studies, working methods and measures Requirements: none Lecturer: Dr. Mercedes RODRIGUEZ FERNANDEZ JURISDICTIONAL PROTECTION OF LABOUR 306 ANNUAL 9,5 RIGHTS Informational principles of the labour process. Jurisdiction, action and process: competence, capacity and legitimacy, application, preparative actions. The process. Appeals and execution. Requirements: none Lecturer: Mr. Francisco TRUJILLO VILLANUEVA and Mr. Javier VELA TORRES 304 1st SEMESTER SOCIAL SECURITY PRACTICALS 5 Practical initiation in work organisation: Personnel management. Employment security and workers rights. Trade Union and Social Security law. Requirements: SOCIAL SECURITY LAW ( 202) 13 Lecturer: Dr. Juan Carlos ALVAREZ CORTES, Mr. Francisco LOZANO LARES 305 1st SEMESTER HUMAN RESOURCE MANAGEMENT PRACTICALS 3,5 Job advertisement writing. Creation of a selection interview questionnaire. Writing a ―curriculum vitae‖. Drawing up human resource programmes. Personnel monitoring ratios. Designing the personnel monitoring instruments. Personnel selection case studies. Personnel training case studies. Safety and hygiene policy case studies. Personnel monitoring case studies. Leadership, motivation and communication case studies. Personnel assessment practicals. Position assessment practicals. Salary administration practicals. Design and organisation of the human resource department. Establishment of an internal marketing plan. Requirements: PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT ( 205) Lecturer: Mr. Juan AGUIRRE DE MENA and Dr. Mª Paz ANDRES REINA 303 2nd SEMESTER ASSESSMENT PROCESS PRACTICALS 3,5 From a psychological perspective: Practical initiation in work organisation: Personnel management. Requirements: none Lecturer: Ms Serafina CASTRO ZAMUDIO 307 2nd SEMESTER INDUSTRIAL RELATIONS 4 The notion of industrial relations. Productive structure and labour market. Entrepreneurs and entrepreneurial organisations. Workers and trade unionism. The State and state intervention. Practicals in the relations between the various components. Requirements: TRADE UNION LAW ( 203) Lecturer: Mr. Ricardo RODRIGUEZ BARO 810 1st SEMESTER HUMAN RESOURCE TRAINING MANAGEMENT 3,5 Learning: concept, principles and conditions. Qualification-competences; knowledge-attitudes. Importance and necessity of training within the company. Objectives of training in the company. Training actions in the company. Training techniques and styles. Training tactics and strategies. Training in specific fields: workers, sales staff, supervisory staff. Occupational training in Spain. Professional training in EU initiatives and programmes. Planning occupational training. Drawing up the occupational training programme. Investment in training. Training auditing Requirements: none Lecturer: Dr. Mª Paz ANDRES REINA 811 1st SEMESTER NEGOTIATION PRINCIPLES AND TECHNIQUES 3,5 Basic analysis of negotiation techniques in the company Requirements: none Lecturer coordinator: Dr. Manuel MONTALBAN PELERIN 813 1st SEMESTER ACCOUNTANCY 3,5 Basic elements of accounting analysis. Accountancy Plan. Requirements: none Lecturer: Ms. Angela CALLEJON GIL 808 2nd SEMESTER CONSTITUTIONAL LABOUR JURISPRUDENCE 3,5 14 Substantive labour law. Labour procedure. Trade Union Law. Social Security Requirements: none Lecturer: Mr. Francisco TRUJILLO VILLANUEVA and Mr. Javier VELA TORRES 809 2nd SEMESTER PSYCHOLOGY OF ORGANISATIONS 3,5 The organisation as a system, typology and structure. Culture, climate and organisational conflict. Communication. Requirements: none Lecturer : Dr. Manuel MONTALBAN PELERIN and Dr. José ALCALDE DE HOYOS FIRST CYCLE DIPLOMA IN SOCIAL WORK STUDY PROGRAMME FIRST YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS Annual 101 Social Work I: Introduction and History of Social Work 12 108 Territory, Population and facilities for Social Work 9 1st Semester 102 Social Services I: Introduction to the Social Services 6 107 Social Policies 6 109 Statistics applied to Social Work 6 2nd Semester 103 Methods and techniques of Social Investigation 4 104 Psychology for Social Work 6 105 General Sociology and Anthropology 7 106 Basic Principles of Law for Social Work 4 ECTS First Semester 18 ECTS Second Semester 42 Total ECTS First Year 60 SECOND YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS Annual 201 Social Work II: Methods of Social Work 9 1st Semester ECTS 202 Social Services II: The Public Social Service System in Spain 5 204 Sociology and Social Anthropology II: Contemporary Social Structure 5 208 Family Law 4 And one (1) subject to choose from: 812 Social Work and drug-addiction 4 814 Data analysis applied to the Social Sciences 4 817 Basic Principles of Political Science applied to Social Work 4 15 2nd Semester ECTS 203 Social Psychology 5,5 205 Labour Law 4 Social Work Experience: Diagnostic application of social needs and 206 resources 7,5*) 207 Economics applied to Social Work 4 And one (1) subject to choose from: 811 Sociology of Organisations 4 815 Social equipment and inter-city networks in Andalusia 4 Free non-core subjects 8 ECTS First Semester 18 ECTS Second Semester 34 Free non-core subjects 8 Total ECTS First Year 60 *) Diagnostic application of social needs and resources: for the work experience programmes, students are placed in various institutions –both public and private— where they can experience at first hand the work carried out by Social Workers and where, they will also carry out research aimed at understanding some aspects which affect individual group or community welfare. Students carry out a total of 16 practical hours / week.. THIRD YEAR CODE SUBJECT ECTS ANNUAL 302 Social Work III: Models and strategies of intervention in Social Work 9 1st Semester 301 Public Health and Social Work 4 303 Social Services III: Organisation and Management of the Social Services 4.5 305 Criminology and Penitentiary Law 4.5 306 Social Work techniques, instruments and skills 4 And one (1) subject to choose from: 805 Social Work in Specialised Social Services 4 807 Assessment in Social Work 4 Family Law: international implications of family law and foreign national 818 4 legislation 2nd Semester SUBJECTS 304 Social Work Experience: Applied social intervention 8**) And three ( 3) subjects to choose from: 801 Management of Social Service Centres 4 802 Social and group psychology, group dynamics 4 803 Social Work and gerontology 4 806 International policies on Social Work and the Social Services 4 809 Basic Principles of Constitutional Law applied to social work. 4 Free non-core subjects 10 ECTS First Semester 30 ECTS Second Semester 20 Free non-core subjects 10 Total ECTS Third Year 60 16 **) Social Work Experience: Applied social intervention. This Work Experience also takes place in various public and private institutions, although this year the objective for students is to intervene, either directly or indirectly, in relation to socially deprived individuals. Students carry out a total of 20 work experience hours / week. RECOMMENDATIONS FOR THE STUDY PROGRAMME CONCERNING THE ORDER OF PRECEDENCE OF SUBJECTS SUBJECT TO STUDY SUBJECT STUDIED Social Work I: Introduction and History of Social Work Social Work II: Social Work Method Social Work III: Intervention models and strategies in Social work II: Social Work Method Social Work Social Services I:: Introduction to the Social Services Social Services II: Public Social Service System in Spain Social Services III: Organisation and management of the Social Services II: Public Social Service System in Spain Social Services Social Work Experience: A Diagnostic application on Social Work Experience : Applied Social Intervention. Social Needs and resources. SUBJECT DESCRIPTION FIRST YEAR 101 ANNUAL SOCIAL WORK I: INTRODUCTION AND HISTORY OF 12 SOCIAL WORK Historical form and development of social actions. Fundamental concepts of Social Work. Origin and development of Social Work . Social Work today. Lect. Mr. Francisco COSANO RIVAS 108 ANNUAL TERRITORY, POPULATION AND FACILITIES FOR 9 SOCIAL WORK Study of the relationship between a population and a territory. Analysis of town planning, housing and facilities. Social areas and Socio-demographic indicators. Social segregation and marginalisation. Town planning and citizen participation. Quality of life and architectural barriers. Population studies by the Social Services and Social Work. Development theory and forecasts. Migrations. Lect. Dr. Carlos GALLEGO FONTALVA 102 1st SEMESTER SOCIAL SERVICES I: INTRODUCTION TO THE 6 SOCIAL SERVICES Basic concepts of the social services. Origin and historical development. Basic legislation. Organisation of the Social Services in Spain. Lect. Ms. Rosario CASTILLO MORA 107 1st SEMESTER SOCIAL POLICY 6 17 Structure content and means of social action, social policies and analysis of current models. Lect. Mr. Isidoro FERNÁNDEZ-UTRILLA MINAYA 109 1st SEMESTER STATISTICS APPLIED TO SOCIAL WORK 6 Analysis of the social issue. Descriptive and inference study . Lect. Mr. Carlos ROMERO BURON 103 2nd SEMESTRAL METHODS AND TECHNIQUES OF SOCIAL 4 INVESTIGATION A working knowledge of the different methods and techniques of the Social Sciences and their application to Social work. Lect. Mr. José CALLEJA PEREA 104 2nd SEMESTER PSYCHOLOGY FOR SOCIAL WORK 6 Basic concepts of psychology. Evolving processes and behavioural development in the social environment. Psychosocial techniques. Lect. Francisco LARA SÁNCHEZ 105 2nd SEMESTER GENERAL SOCIOLOGY AND ANTROPOLOGY 7 Basic notions of Sociology, Social Anthropology, Ethnic and cultural groups in Spain. Social marginalisation. Lect. Dr. José Fernando TROYANO PÉREZ 106 2nd SEMESTER BASIC PRINCIPLES OF LAW FOR SOCIAL WORK 4 General structure of the State and Public Administration. Rights, duties and liberties and their guarantees. Procedural elements and administrative appeals. Lect. To be appointed SECOND YEAR SOCIAL WORK II: 201 ANNUAL 9 SOCIAL WORK METHODS Study of Social Work methodology: concept, historical development; different viewpoints on the method. Its phases. Lect. Ms. Trinidad LOPEZ ESPIGARES SOCIAL SERVICES II: PUBLIC SOCIAL SERVICE SYSTEM 5 202 1st SEMESTER IN SPAIN 18 Nature and objectives of the Social Services, of the Institutions providing the latter, according to the different model classifications with special reference to general and specialised Social Services. Lect. Mrs. Carmen CAMPOS MORALES SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY II: 204 1st SEMESTER 5 CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL STRUCTURE Basic notions of Sociology, Social Anthropology, ethnic and cultural groups in Spain. Social marginalisation. Lect. To be appointed 1st SEMESTER FAMILY LAW 4 208 The family and marriage. Marriage crises. Minors. Parental authority. Institutions for the assistance of minors Lect. Mr. Alberto PELÁEZ MORALES. 812 1st SEMESTER SOCIAL WORK AND DRUG ADDICTION 4 Concepts of Drug addiction. Application of the methodology of Social Work. Individual and social problems. Prevention, assistance, rehabilitation and insertion from Social Work Lect. Mrs. Verónica GONZÁLEZ TAGLE 814 1st SEMESTER DATA ANÁLISIS APPLIED TO SOCIAL WORK 4 Research programmes, data analysis in Social Work. Lect. To be appointed BASIC PRINCIPLES OF POLITICAL SCIENCE APPLIED TO 817 1st SEMESTER 4 SOCIAL WORK Basic political concepts, Legitimacy and The State. The Social State. Analysis of Public Policies. The Spanish Political System. Lect. Dr. Alberto OLIET PALA 5,5 203 2nd SEMESTER SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY Basic concepts of psychology. Evolving processes and behavioural development in the social environment. Psychosocial techniques. Lect. Mr. Francisco LARA SANCHEZ 19 205 2nd SEMESTER LABOUR LAW 4 Labour and Social Security Law. Lect. Mr. Juan Luis PERALTA DE LA CÁMARA 206 2nd SEMESTER SOCIAL WORK EXPERIENCE: DIAGNOSTIC APPLICATION 7,5 OF SOCIAL NEEDS AND RESOURCES Students are placed in various institutions –both public and private— where they can experience at first hand the work carried out by Social Workers and where, they will also carry out research aimed at understanding some aspects which affect individual group or community welfare. Students carry out a total of 16 practical hours / week.. Lect. Coordinator. Mrs. Mª Luisa TABODA GONZALEZ 207 2nd SEMESTER ECONOMICS APPLIED TO SOCIAL WORK 4 Basic economic concepts, such as economic processes and problems and their social effects. Lect. Mr. Alberto MONTERO SOLER 811 2nd SEMESTER SOCIOLOGY OF ORGANISATIONS 4 Sociologic theory of the institutions. Structure of the organisations and Sociology of the Public Administration. Lect. To be appointed SOCIAL FACILITIES AND NETWORKS OF CITIES IN 4 815 2nd SEMESTER ANDALUSIA Social facilities in Andalusia, networks and regional divisions. City system in Andalusia. Lect. Dr. Carlos GALLEGO FONTALVA THIRD YEAR SOCIAL WORK III: INTERVENTION MODELS AND 302 ANNUAL 9 STRATEGIES IN SOCIAL WORK Intervention in Social Work. Various professional practice models. Social work on an individual, group and community level. Lect. Ms. Mª Luisa TABOADA GONZALEZ 301 1st SEMESTER PUBLIC HEALTH AND SOCIAL WORK 4 20 Basic knowledge of preventive medicine and social necessity situations of medico-biological origin Lect. Dr. Trinidad CARRION ROBLES SOCIAL SERVICES III: ORGANISATION AND 303 1st SEMESTER 4,5 MANAGEMENT OF THE SOCIAL SERVICES Organisation and management of the Social Services in Spain. Social Service legislation. Financing the Social Services. LECT. Ms. Trinidad LOPEZ ESPIGARES 305 1st SEMESTER CRIMINOLOGY AND PENITENTIARY LAW 4,5 Origin and tendencies in criminology. Theories on social control. Criminological theories. Anomie and subcultures. Social control and delinquency. Prisons. The Spanish Penitentiary system. Lect. To be appointed. 306 1st SEMESTER SOCIAL WORK TECHNIQUES INSTRUMENTS AND SKILLS 4 Basic techniques and instruments in Social Work. The various stages of method application. Development of professional skills. Lect. Mrs. Mª Luisa TABODA GONZALEZ 805 1st SEMESTER SOCIAL WORK IN SPECIALISED SOCIAL SERVICES 4 Application of Social Work in the different specialised Social Service areas (Childcare, The Elderly, The Disabled,) Lect. To be appointed. 807 1st SEMESTER ASSESSMENT IN SOCIAL WORK 4 Assessment models and programmes applicable to Social Work Lect. Mr. José Manuel RAMÍREZ NAVARRO. 1st SEMESTER FAMILY LAW: INTERNATIONAL IMPLICATIONS OF FAMILY 818 4 LAW AND FOREIGN NATIONAL LEGISLATION Capacity, Incapacity, Marriage, Marriage crises and parental authority. Protective institutions for minors and adults in the international context and international co-operation. Legal competence, applicable law and recognition of foreign sentences. Lect. Dr. Teresa ECHEZARRETA FERRER. 2nd SOCIAL WORK EXPERIENCE: APPLIED SOCIAL 304 8 SEMESTER INTERVENTION 21 This Work Experience takes place in various public and private institutions, although this year the objective for students is to intervene, either directly or indirectly, in relation to socially deprived individuals. Students carry out a total of 20 work experience hours / week. Lect. Coord. Ms. Verónica GONZÁLEZ TANGLÉ 801 2ª SEMESTER MANAGEMENT OF SOCIAL SERVICE CENTRES 4 Administrative, budgeting and technical process in the management of Social Service Centres. Lect. Ms. Vanesa GUZMÁN PARRA. SOCIAL AND GROUP PSYCHOLOGY AND GROUP 802 2ª SEMESTER 4 DYNAMICS Social psychology applied to health, education, organisations, the Social Services. Social marketing. Group concepts, types and dynamics, internal and external dynamics techniques. Applications. Lect. Mr. Francisco LARA SANCHEZ 803 2ª SEMESTER SOCIAL WORK AND GERONTOLOGY 4 Application of Social Work methodology to the area of the elderly. Analysis of individual, family and social repercussions. Intervention, assistance and prevention. To be appointed 2ª SEMESTER INTERNATIONAL POLICIES ON SOCIAL WORK AND THE 806 4 SOCIAL SERVICES Origin , historical development, the current situation of Social Work and the Social Services, regarding valid policies and with special reference to the EU. Analysis of the different viewpoints. Lect. Dr. Carlos GALLEGO FONTALVA BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CONSTITUTIONAL LAW APPLIED 809 2ª SEMESTER 4 TO SOCIAL WORK Basic rights and duties. General principles of constitutional law. Lect. Dr. Rafael NARANJO DE LA CRUZ.
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