Basic Competence 1 (CB1):
Students should show they have acquired and understood the knowledge in a field of study underpinned by general secondary education and which is usually at a level which-while drawing on advanced text books-also includes certain aspects that imply being familiar with the cutting edge of this field of study.
Basic Competence 2 (CB2):
Students should be able to apply the knowledge acquired to their work or vocation in a professional manner, and should have the skills normally demonstrated through the ability to develop and defends points of view and to solve problems related to their field of study.
Basic Competence 3 (CB3):
Students should be able to collect and interpret relevant data (usually within their field of study) in order to make judgements that include a reflection on the relevant social, scientific or ethical issues.
Basic Competence 4 (CB4):
Students should be able to transmit information, ideas, problems and solutions to both specialised and non-specialised audiences.
Basic Competence 5 (CB5):
Students should have developed the necessary learning skills in order to continue studying with a high level of autonomy.
General Competence 1 (CG1):
To be able to work and value jointly with people, families, groups, organisations and communities their needs, limitations, difficulties, discomforts and circumstances.
General Competence 2 (CG2):
To analyse social situations object of intervention, planning, developing, executing, reviewing, and evaluating the social work practice with people, families, groups, organisations and communities and with other professionals.
General Competence 3 (CG3):
To work with people for them to be self-sufficient and able to express their needs, wishes, points of view and circumstances.
General Competence 4 (CG4):
To preventively act in the risk situations resolution for the citizenships, for themselves and for professional colleagues.
General Competence 5 (CG5):
To manage and to be responsible, with monitoring and support, of the practice within the organisation.
General Competence 6 (CG6):
To show professional competence in the social work exercise.
Specific Competence 1 (CE1):
To stablish professional relations in order to identify the most suitable form of intervention.
Specific Competence 2 (CE2):
To intervene with people, families, groups, organisations and communities to help them make informed decisions on their needs, circumstances, risks, preferred options and resources, taking into consideration the cultural diversity -and therefore the specificity of the ethnic, cultural and linguistic minorities…-, the requirement of promoting gender equality, the requirement of looking forward to a environmentally sustainable society and to defend the values of peace.
Specific Competence 3 (CE3):
To value the needs and possible options to face an intervention strategy.
Specific Competence 4 (CE4):
To answer to crisis situations valuing the urgency of each situations, planning and developing actions to face those and to review the results.
Specific Competence 5 (CE5):
To interact with people, families, groups, organisations and communities to achieve changes, to promote their development and to improve their living conditions through Social Work methods and models use, regularly monitoring the changes produced in order to prepare the completion of the intervention.
Specific Competence 6 (CE6):
To prepare, produce, implement and evaluate the intervention plans with the client system and with the professional colleagues negotiating the services supply which must be used and to review the efficiency of the intervention plans with the persons involved in order to adapt them to the changing needs and circumstances. Taking into consideration the ethical obligations of the profession related with the client system regarding the trust, proximity, warmth, equality relations, cultural diversity respect, etc.
Specific Competence 7 (CE7):
To support the networks development to face needs and to work for the planned results examining with the persons the support networks to access and develop; specially, in the case of women (abused, usual caregivers of dependent persons, mentally ill or disabled) and taking into consideration the Galician peculiarities as territory with a high dispersed population, with a very differentiated territorial grouping among the rural and the urban world, with abandoned territories and the high population ageing (which requires bigger networks).
Specific Competence 8 (CE8):
To promote the development and independence of persons identifying the opportunities to create groups, using the programming and the group dynamics for the individual growth and for the strengthen of the interpersonal relations skills; specially within the collectives with multicultural diversity (immigration, return emigration, ethnic minorities…) and with women, taking into account their historically conditioned marginalization in terms of socio-cultural participation and in the decisions and power bodies (empowerment).
Specific Competence 9 (CE9):
To work on behaviours which result on a risk for the client risk, identifying and evaluating the situations and circumstances which configure this behaviour and elaborating strategies to modify those.
Specific Competence 10 (CE10):
To analyse and systematise the information achieved through the daily work as a support to improve the professional strategies that give answers to the social emerging situations.
Specific Competence 11 (CE11):
To use the mediation as an intervention strategy for the alternative conflict resolution.
Specific Competence 12 (CE12):
To design, implement and evaluate social intervention projects. To be able to support people so that they are able to present their needs, points of view and circumstances.
Specific Competence 13 (CE13):
To defend the people, families, groups, organisations and communities and to act on their behalf if the situation requires so.
Specific Competence 14 (CE14):
To prepare and participate in the decision making meetings in order to defend the interest of the people, families, groups, organisations and communities.
Specific Competence 15 (CE15):
To establish and act for the risk situations resolutions after identifying and defining their nature.
Specific Competence 16 (CE16):
To establish, minimise and manage the risk both for the worker and for the colleagues through the planning, reviewing and monitoring of the actions to limit stress and risk.
Specific Competence 17 (CE17):
To manage and be responsible with the work assigning priorities, fulfilling the professional duties and evaluating the efficiency of the work programme.
Specific Competence 18 (CE18):
To contribute to the resources and services administration collaborating with the procedures implied in their collecting, supervising their efficiency and assuring their quality.
Specific Competence 19 (CE19):
To manage and present social records and reports keeping them complete, faithful, accessible and updated as a guarantee in the decision making and in the professional valuing; taking special care of the user’s confidentiality right, the professional secret and the data protection.
Specific Competence 20 (CE20):
To efficiently work within the systems, networks and interdisciplinary and multi-organisational teams in order to collaborate in the objectives settings and in their service lives contributing to constructively deal with the possible existing disagreements.
Specific Competence 21 (CE21):
To participate in the management and direction of social welfare entities.
Specific Competence 22 (CE22):
To research, analyse, evaluate and use the current knowledge of best practices in Social Work to review and update the knowledge on scope of work.
Specific Competence 23 (CE23):
To work within the agreed standards in the exercise of the Social Work and to assure the professional development using the professional knowledges and techniques as a mean to justify decisions, critically reflect about those and using the supervision as a mean to improve and evaluate the professional exercise.
Specific Competence 24 (CE24):
To manage complex conflicts, dilemmas and ethical problems identifying them, designing coping strategies and reflecting on the results.
Specific Competence 25 (CE25):
To contribute to the best practices promotion in the Social Work taking part in the development and analysis of the implemented policies.
Transversal Competence 1 (CT1):
Ability to analyse and synthesise.
Transversal Competence 2 (CT2):
Ability to organise and plan.
Transversal Competence 3 (CT3):
Transversal Competence 4 (CT4):
Oral and written communication in the mother tongues.
Transversal Competence 5 (CT5):
Foreign language knowledge.
Transversal Competence 6 (CT6):
Community culture knowledge.
Transversal Competence 7 (CT7):
Learning and mastering of new technologies.
Transversal Competence 8 (CT8):
Information management skills.
Transversal Competence 9 (CT9):
Transversal Competence 10 (CT10):
Transversal Competence 11 (CT11):
Teamwork with different teams.
Transversal Competence 12 (CT12):
Transversal Competence 13 (CT13):
Working in an international context.
Transversal Competence 14 (CT14):
Interpersonal relations skills.
Transversal Competence 15 (CT15):
Knowledge and respect for diversity and multiculturalism.
Transversal Competence 16 (CT16):
Transversal Competence 17 (CT17):
Transversal Competence 18 (CT18):
Transversal Competence 19 (CT19):
New circumstances adaptation.
Transversal Competence 20 (CT20):
Transversal Competence 21 (CT21):
Transversal Competence 22 (CT22):
Initiative or entrepreneurship.
Transversal Competence 23 (CT23):
Motivation for quality.
Transversal Competence 24 (CT24):
Sensitivity towards the environment, the gender equality, the peace culture, etc.