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Social and Work Inclusion Basic Skills Specialisation Diploma

The UdG wants to open its doors to the social reality that surrounds us. This course, which is carried out with the support of the ONCE foundation, the Vice-Rectorate for Territory and Social Commitment, the Faculty of Education and Psychology, the Social Commitment Unit from its Area of Inclusion and the UdG’s Diversity Research Group, has 30 ECTS credits of academic education and work placements for young people with intellectual disability. It is a commitment in which 50% of sessions are held sharing classes with students from different UdG bachelor's degrees. This educational initiative not only boosts the social and work inclusion of people with a disability but also raises awareness among the university as a whole, especially among the teaching staff and future professionals.

You can find more information on the project from the website</g>.

Subject in Social Transformation and Expertise

Social Transformation and Expertise is an optional subject of the Bachelor's degree in Social Education of the University of Girona (UdG) with 3 ECTS credits (75 hours). Credits are split into: 22.5 hours distributed into 14 classroom sessions of an hour and a half; 22.5 hours of supervised work; and 30 hours of independent work.

This subject is configured as an opportunity for analysis, reflection and creation shared by students in the 3rd and 4th years of the Bachelor's Degree of Social Education and experts for their experience as users of different services and projects in which social educators work.

Consult the report for the academic year 2019/2020 

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