Educational guide 2020_21
Facultade de Ciencias da Educación e Traballo Social
Grao en Educación Social

Type CB Code Basic Competences
  CB1 That the students have showed to possess and comprise knowledges in an area of study that splits of the base of the general secondary education, and is used to find to a level that, although it supports in books of text advanced, includes also some appearances that involve pertinent knowledges of the avant-garde of his field of study.
  CB2 That the students know to apply his knowledges to his work or vocation of a professional form and possess the competitions that are used to show by means of the preparation and defence of arguments and the resolution of problems inside his area of study.
  CB3 That the students have the capacity to gather and interpret notable data (usually inside his area of study) to issue trials that include a reflection on notable subjects of social, scientific or ethical issues.
  CB4 That the students can transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to a so much specialised public as no skilled.
  CB5 That the students have developed those skills of learning necessary to undertake back studies with a high degree of autonomy.
Type CG Code General Competences
  CG1 Transmit, promote and develop the culture
  CG2 Generate social networks, contexts, processes and educational and social resources
  CG3 Take part like social mediator, cultural and educational
  CG4 Know, analyse and investigate the social and educational contexts
  CG5 Design, implement and evaluate socioeducational programs and projects
  CG6 Manage, direct, coordinate and organise socioeducational institutions and resources
Type CE Code Specific Competences
  CE1 To critically integrate the theoretical, philosophical, historical, sociological, psychological, pedagogical, cultural, political and legal foundations underpinning the processes of socio-educational intervention.
  CE2 To acquire skills for diagnosis and mediation in the prevention and resolution of conflicts in contexts of inequality and crises in socio-educational communities.
  CE3 To uphold and act according to values of equality and democratic citizenship, and to prepare for prevention and mediation in cases of violence in its different manifestations (symbolic, sexual, ethnic, or related to issues of gender, work, education…)
  CE4 To analyze and diagnose the complex reality underpinning the development of socio-educational processes.
  CE5 To know the fundamentals of the design and use of means, resources and strategies for socio-educational intervention and to introduce them in the different areas of socio-educational action.
  CE6 To understand the development of social education and the shaping of its field and professional identities at regional/autonomic, state, European and international levels.
  CE7 To master the appropriate methods and strategies of quantitative and qualitative research, and to be able to apply them to the relevant socio-educational contexts.
  CE8 To strengthen structures and processes of community action and participation, implementing programs and techniques of intervention (group dynamics, motivation, negotiation and promotion of assertiveness…)
  CE9 To develop programs and projects in the family and school contexts.
  CE10 To develop programs and projects in the sphere of special education (minors, special education needs, health centers, addictive behavior, penal institutions, vulnerable persons and groups at risk of exclusion…)
  CE11 To organize and manage cultural, environmental, leisure and spare time projects and services.
  CE12 To design, implement and assess programs and strategies of socio-educational intervention in the fields of community development and development cooperation.
  CE13 To design, implement and assess programs and strategies of intervention in the field of culture.
  CE14 To design, implement and assess programs of continuous education and education for adult and mature learners.
  CE15 To design, implement and assess programs for social and labor-market reintegration.
  CE16 To write and interpret technical, research and assessment reports on socio-educational actions, processes and results.
  CE17 To master the methodologies to promote social and cultural activities.
  CE18 To acquire the ability to promote interpersonal relationships, develop skills for interpersonal communication, solidarity and empathy.
  CE19 To manage, coordinate and supervise organizations, groups and equipment, according to different needs and contexts.
  CE20 To act as consultant on the design and implementation of socio-educational plans, programs, projects and activities.
  CE21 To act as consultant and/or support persons and/or groups in socio-educational development processes.
  CE22 To be committed to quality performance and to act according to the deontological principles of social workers.
Type CT Code Transversal Competences
  CT1 Analysis and synthesis skills.
  CT2 Organization and planning skills.
  CT3 Oral and written communication in one’s mother tongue(s), being open to different linguistic codes, particularly the co-official languages of Galicia’s Autonomous Community.
  CT4 Use of ICT in the relevant area of study and professional environment.
  CT5 Information-management skills.
  CT6 Problem-solving and decision-making skills.
  CT7 Mastering of consultancy, promotion and guidance techniques and methodologies in education.
  CT8 Critical and self-critical skills.
  CT9 Ability to contact and communicate with experts from other areas in different contexts.
  CT10 Recognition of and respect for diversity and multiculturalism.
  CT11 Interpersonal skills.
  CT12 Ethical commitment.
  CT13 Independent-learning skills.
  CT14 Ability to adapt to new situations.
  CT15 Creativity.
  CT16 Leadership.
  CT17 Entrepreneurship skills.
  CT18 Openness to lifelong learning.
  CT19 Commitment to professional identity, development and ethics.
  CT20 Striving for quality.
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