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Master's Degree in Secondary Education Teaching by the University of Valencia

Access requirements for the Job Training and Counselling specialisation

Holders of a licenciatura (Spanish former Undergraduate Degree) or undergraduate degree in Labour Relations, Labout rights specialist, Business, Work Sciences, Law or Business Management and Administration can access this specialisation with no need of taking the admission test.

People who prove, by means of an academic certification, having taken in their university studies a 6 credits basic subject of Labour Law, a 6 credits basic subject of Labour Risk Prevention and a 6 credits basic subject of Business organisation can directly access this specialisation.

Those students who do not prove the qualifications or the subjects previously mentioned will have to pass a test that confirms their knowledge - on a university degree level - of the competences related to this specialisation. The test will be about the following syllabus (the test will cover the field or knowledge block not proved as taken).

 

Syllabus for Job Training and Counselling

specialisation's admission test

The test will consist of 3 parts related to the previous knowledge the Master's Degree student is supposed to have, with enough level to teach in an advanced vocational education course, in the following fields of knowledge: business organisation, labour law and labour risk prevention.

SYLLABUS OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

 

1. The entrepreneur. Theories on the entrepreneur's figure. Entrepreneur's attributes and potential. The entreprising idea. The business project. Entrepreneurs supporting organisms.
2. Business and environment. Analysis of the environment. Business culture. The corporative image. The corporative social responsibility.
3. Business legal form. The self-employed, SL (Limited Company), SA (Public Limited Company), cooperatives and other legal forms. Pros and cons of the different legal forms. The franchises.
4. Marketing plan. The market research and the viability of the business idea. The market research process. The operative marketing: product, price, distribution and communication. The customer service.
5. Business organisation and human resources. Formal and informal organisation. Human resources management in business. Labour costs, selection and staff training.
6. Financial accounts. The PGC (Spanish General Accounting Plan). Business heritage and its representation. The profit and loss account. Costs analysis and the level of profitability.
7. Sources of funding. Own and external sources. The business' investment plan. Business' economic and financial analysis. Main price-to-book ratios and working capital.
8.Business' tax liability. Company tax, IRPF (Income tax in Spain) and IVA (VAT, Value added tax). The fiscal calendar.
9. Administrative management. Documents of the selling-buying process. Documents of the payment and collection process.
10. Business process of creation. A society process of creation. Businesses general process of creation. Simplification of procedures.

 

SYLLABUS OF LABOUR LAW

 

1. LABOUR LAW

a) Evolution of Labour Law

b) Work and Labour Law

c) Activities excluded from Labour Law

d) Labour relations with special character

e) Sources of Labour Law

f) Principles for the application of the labour regulations

g) Workers' rights and duties

h) Labour courts

i) Labour Administration

2. EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT AND CONTRACTING PATTERNS

a) The employment contract

b) Contracting patterns

c) Other contracting patterns: temporary agencies and subcontracting undertakings

3. WORKING DAY AND REMUNERATION

a) The working day: special days, rest periods, nightshift, shift work, overtime, paid leaves, holiday, labour calendar and labour holiday

b) Salary: SMI (Minimum wage), IPREM (Public income index), wage guarantees and FOGASA

c) Payslip: structure of the Payslip on Payment Advice Note, contribution bases to the Social Security, IRPF deduction basis, calculation of deductions

4. MODIFICATION, SUSPENSION AND DISMISSAL OF THE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

a) Modification of the employment contract: functional mobility, geographical and substantial modifications of the working conditions

b) Suspension of the employment contract: suspension causes and the leave

c) Dimissal of the employment contract: by businessman and worker's combined will, by worker's will, by businessman's will and other causes

d) Objection for dismissal

5. SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM

a) Social Security Modalities: contributory and care modalities

b) Social Security Regimes: general and special regimes

c) Social Security managing bodies

d) Business duties with the Social Security

6. SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS

a) Social security benefits: healthcare, maternity, paternity and adoption, risk of harm to the unborn child and breastfeeding, temporary inability, permanent inability, retirement, death and survival.

b) Unemployment: contributory and care levels

7. PARTICIPATION OF WORKERS IN BUSINESS

a) Freedom of Association

b) Trade unions and business organisations

c) Workers representation: union and unitary representations

d) Workers freedom of assembly: the assembly

e) Collective bargaining: content, field and collective agreements processing

f) Labout conflicts: the strike, the lock-out and proceeding for the solution of work collective conflicts

8. WORK ORGANISATION AND NEW RISING ENVIRONMENTS

a) Business organisation models (Taylorism, Toyotism,…)

b) Factors influencing the current business organisation (economic globalisation, contract and subcontract, productive and labour flexibility, business activity internationalisation, teleworking, working and familiar life conciliation, mobility, multicultural environment,…)



SYLLABUS OF OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH

1. LABOUR LAW

a) Evolution of Labour Law

b) Work and Labour Law

c) Activities excluded from Labour Law

d) Labour relations with special character

e) Sources of Labour Law

f) Principles for the application of labour regulations

g) Workers' rights and duties

h) Labour courts

i) Labour Administration

2. EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT AND CONTRACTING PATTERNS

a) The employment contract

b) Contracting patterns

c) Other contracting patterns: temporary agencies and subcontracting undertakings

3. WORKING DAY AND REMUNERATION

a) The working day: special days, rest periods, nightshift, shift work, overtime, paid leaves, holiday, labour calendar and labour holiday

b) Salary: SMI (Minimum wage), IPREM (Public income index), wage guarantees and FOGASA

c) Payslip: structure of the Payslip on Payment Advice Note, contribution bases to the Social Security, IRPF deduction basis, calculation of deductions

4. MODIFICATION, SUSPENSION AND DISMISSAL OF THE EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT

a) Modification of the employment contract: functional mobility, geographical and substantial modifications of the working conditions

b) Suspension of the employment contract: suspension causes and the leave

c) Dimissal of the employment contract: by businessman and worker's combined will, by worker's will, by businessman's will and other causes

d) Objection for dismissal

5. SOCIAL SECURITY SYSTEM

a) Social Security Modalities: contributory and care modalities

b) Social Security Regimes: general and special regimes

c) Social Security managing bodies

d) Business duties with the Social Security

6. SOCIAL SECURITY BENEFITS

a) Social security benefits: healthcare, maternity, paternity and adoption, risk of harm to the unborn child and breastfeeding, temporary inability, permanent inability, retirement, death and survival.

b) Unemployment: contributory and care levels

7. PARTICIPATION OF WORKERS IN BUSINESS

a) Freedom of Association

b) Trade unions and business organisations

c) Workers representation: union and unitary representations

d) Workers freedom of assembly: the assembly

e) Collective bargaining: content, field and collective agreements processing

f) Labout conflicts: the strike, the lock-out and proceeding for the solution of work collective conflicts

8. WORK ORGANISATION AND NEW RISING ENVIRONMENTS

a) Business organisation models (Taylorism, Toyotism,…)

b) Factors influencing the current business organisation (economic globalisation, contract and subcontract, productive and labour flexibility, business activity internationalisation, teleworking, working and familiar life conciliation, mobility, multicultural environment,…)

 

SYLLABUS OF LABOUR HEALTH

1. REGULATIONS IN LABOUR RISK PREVENTION:

a. LPRL (Labour Risk Prevention Law) and regulations of the prevention services.

b. Community regulations

c. International regulations

d. National and international organisms: INSHT (Spanish Institute for Security and Hygiene at Workplace), OIT (ILO, International Labour Organisation).

2. REGULATIONS OF BUSINESSMEN AND WORKERS IN LRP (LABOUR RISK PREVENTION)

a. Workers' rights and duties

b. Protection in special cases

c. Businessmen's duties (general and specific)

d. Protection in maternity and breastfeeding

e. Businessman's responsibility in prevention.

3. PRINCIPLES OF THE PREVENTIVE ACTION.

a. Principles of preventive action.

b. Collective protection teams.

c. Individual protection teams

4. HARM TO THE WORKER'S HEALTH.

a. Specific pathologies: accidents and diseases. Legal concept.

b. Non-specific pathologies

c. Prevention techniques

5. RISKS DERIVED FROM ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS. HARM THEY CAUSE AND PREVENTION AND PROTECTION MEASURES.

a. Physical risks: noise, vibrations, temperature, radiations, lighting.

b. Chemical risks.

c. Biological  risks.

6. RISKS DERIVED FROM SECURITY CONDITIONS. HARM THEY CAUSE AND PREVENTION AND PROTECTION MEASURES.

a. Work places.

b. Security signs.

c. Work teams and electrical installation.

d. Protection against machines.

e. Fires.

7. RISKS DERIVED FROM WORKLOAD AND ORGANISATION. HARM THEY CAUSE AND PREVENTION AND PROTECTION MEASURES.

a. Physical and mental load.

b. Work organisation and psycho-social factors.

8. PERFORMANCE IN CASE OF ACTING

a. Investigation of work accidents

b. Notification and register of work accidents

c. Statistical analysis of risks and dangers

9. FIRST AID BASIC TECHNIQUES:

a. Basic principles of performance. P.A.S. (Providing protection, Alerting emergency systems and Assistance after an accident). 

b. RCP (CPR, Cardiopulmonary resuscitation), BURNS, FRACTURES, HAEMORRHAGE.

c. Transport of injured.

10. BUSINESS' EMERGENCY PLAN

a. Emergencies classification

b. Performance in case of emergency

c. Evacuation plan

11. MODALITIES OF PREVENTION MANAGEMENT

a. Prevention organisation

b. Assumption of the businessman

c. Designated worker 

d. Own prevention service

e. External prevention service

f. Joint preventin service

12. REPRESENTATIVES OF WORKERS IN PREVENTION

a. Prevention representative

b. Health and safety Committee

 
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