• CE1: Know and apply the regulatory framework of labour relations.
  • CE2: Know and apply the regulatory framework of social security and complementary social protection.
  • CE3: Know and be able to analyse the principles, spheres and procedures of action of social and labour-related political institutions.
  • CE4: Know and be able to analyse the structure and dynamics of national and community industrial relations systems.
  • CE5: Know and understand the economic framework of labour relations and the dynamics of labour markets.
  • CE6: Understand the fundamentals of business organisation.
  • CE7: Know and apply human resources management policies and instruments.
  • CE8: Know the social and political history of labour relations.
  • CE9: Know the basics of occupational health and risk prevention.
  • CE10: Know the techniques of social investigation and labour audit.
  • CE11: Know and understand the social processes that structure work and production relations.
  • CE12: Know and be able to analyse the psychological factors that determine work behaviour.
  • CE13: Be able to interrelate the knowledge from the different academic disciplines that analyse the work environment.
  • CE14: Analyse and evaluate the factors that determine inequalities in the world of work.
  • CE15: Analyse and evaluate the decisions of the agents that participate in labour relations.
  • CE16: Be able to select and manage social and labour information and documentation.
  • CE17: Be able to advise on and deal with employment and hiring matters.
  • CE18: Be able to advise on and deal with social security and complementary social protection matters.
  • CE19: Be able to advise on and deal with occupational health and safety matters.
  • CE20: Be able to plan and design occupational health and safety systems.
  • CE21: Be able to carry out advisory, representation and negotiation functions in the different areas of the labour relations at individual, trade union and company level.
  • CE22: Have capacity for representation in the administrative and procedural fields and for defence before the courts in labour matters.
  • CE23: Be able to perform analyses and make decisions regarding organisational structure and work organisation.
  • CE24: Be able to participate in the creation and design of organisational strategies, and to develop the human resources strategy of the organisation.
  • CE25: Be able to advise and make decisions on human resource management concerning remuneration policy, personnel selection policy and staff design.
  • CE26: Be able to lead working groups in the area of labour relations and human resources.
  • CE27: Have skills for mediation in and management of organisational conflict.
  • CE28: Be able to apply motivational techniques and to improve the work environment.
  • CE29: Be able to locate, identify and interpret socio-economic data and indicators relating to the labour market.
  • CE30: Be able to apply social investigation techniques to the work environment.
  • CE31: Be able to design and run basic social and occupational research projects.
  • CE32: Have skills to design, implement and evaluate territorial strategies for social and economic promotion.
  • CE33: Have skills to design, implement and evaluate occupational training and labour insertion plans.
  • CE34: Be able to apply the different techniques of social and occupational evaluation and audit.
  • CE35: Know and apply the general principles of taxation and accounting to the business field.
  • CE36: Know and apply the basic regulatory framework of private contracting and company law to the business field.
  • CE37: Apply the skills acquired to professional practice.
 
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