Class Traineeship II and report

  • Presentation


    Traineeship II and Report CU intends to continue: (i) students maintenance in traineeship ; (ii) traineeship  supervised practice, and (iii) theoretical-scientific sessions in the classroom, enable their knowledge consolidation about traineeship institutions, social responses, users, social policies and social work intervention, allowing technical and operational skills development of essential for 3rd year traineeship.

  • Code


  • Syllabus


    1. Theoretical-scientific dimension of professional action in an traineeship context

    1.1. The social work space in the organizational context

    1.1.1. Roles, responsibilities and competencies

    1.1.2. Methods, techniques and instruments to support social work

    1.1.3. Ethical and deontological challenges in professional practice


        1.2. Social problems in an traineeship context

    1.2.1. Documentary research and literature review

    1.2.2. Theoretical frame of reference construction

    1.2.3. Social policy measures associated with traineeship contexts


        1.3. Reflexivity and critical thinking about traineeship practice

    1.3.1. Rules and structure of the traineeship report

    1.3.2. Activities carried out in traineeship context

    1.3.3. Evaluation of the internship process

    2. Practical dimension of professional action in an traineeship context

    2.1. Objectives and skills in stage II

    2.2. Pedagogical supervision to monitor the the traineeship

  • Objectives


    • To deep knowledge about institutional dynamics of traineeship
    • To identify and understand the social issues related to traineeship context
    • To know the social policy measures associated with the institution and/or service
    • To understand the socio-institutional space of social work
    • To identify, understand and train technical-operative skills of social work
    • To develop communication skills
    • To recognize and understand the ethical-deontological dimension of profession
  • Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching methodologies and assessment

    Teaching: In theoretical-scientific sessions, will be used expository, interrogative and methodologies. Students are expected to present papers about their traineeship experiences, with the help of new technologies and with particular attention to the development of orality and work submission rules. In pratical sessions, pedagogical supervision sessions will be held in small groups in order to promote critical reflection on the traineeship experiences.


    Assessment: The UC only includes the continuous assessment regime (does not provide for an exam), based on the following elements: 1) traineeship supervisor evaluation (35%); 2) traineeship report and oral work presentation (45%); 3) participation in pedagogic supervision (10%); 4) Class attendance (20%). The average of the evaluation elements must be greater than or equal to 9,5 points. Mandatory attendance at 70% of sessions.

  • References


    • Bottomley, J., Carteney, P, & Pryjmachuk, S. (2019). Communication skills for your social work degree. Critical Publishing.

    • Cardosos, T., Alarcão, I, & Celorico, J. (2010). Revisão da literatura e sistematização do conhecimento. Porto Editora.

    • Carvalho, M., & Pinto, C. (2014). Teorias e práticas do serviço social. Pactor.

    • Fortin, M. (1999). O processo de investigação: Da concepção à realização. Lusociência.

    • Martinez, M. (2011). La práctica del Trabajo Social. Editorial Sintesis.

    • Robertis, C. (2006). Metodología de la intervención en trabajo social. Lumen Humanitas.

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