Directors: Rosa Aparicio Gómez ( Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset ), Enrique Barbero (ACCEM)
Title: Expert in Intervention with Migrants and Refugees by the Instituto Universitario de Investigación Ortega y Gasset (center attached to the Complutense University of Madrid) and ACCEM.
Modality: online *
Duration: 190 hours, 6 months
Price: 1300 euros **.
* During the course it is planned to organize face-to-face sessions with leading experts in the course's study areas. These sessions may not be able to take place due to COVID. If they can be done, attendance will not be mandatory. ** This edition of the course has a discount of 250 euros, so the final price of the course is 1050 €. In addition to the bonus, the student will be able to access a line of financing and deferred payment.We Guarantee Your Quality Training!
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The IUIOG is a center with extensive experience in face-to-face and online postgraduate training. Its Virtual Campus is designed to maintain the values we promote: academic quality and student projection.
For us, in addition to quality, your peace of mind comes first.Course objectiveThis course is mainly aimed at intervention with immigrants and refugees. Its objective is to offer the knowledge and practical elements necessary to support immigrants and refugees in the processes of reception and integration into Spanish society.
The course is aimed at people interested in working in the field of migration and refuge or starting to learn about it. It can be taken by people without a higher degree, although preference will be given to those who have some experience in the social field. However, people who later want the diploma taken to compute them to access a Master's degree must be in possession of a degree or equivalent title.ProgramModule 1: Introduction to Migration in a Global World (37.5 hours) Responsible Professor: Joaquín ArangoInternational migration in the era of globalization
Immigration policies, with an emphasis on admission and control
Refugees and asylum seekers
Citizenship and access to nationality
The common immigration and asylum policy in the European UnionAfter a brief introduction in historical perspective, the module will analyze the defining features of international migrations in the era of globalization, as well as the characteristics of the main immigration and citizenship regimes in force today. Next, it will examine the policies through which the states try to regulate migrations, with special emphasis on those of admission and control of entry and permanence. Particular attention will be paid to forced migrations and the demand for international protection that results from them, as well as to the policies that regulate access to citizenship and nationality. Finally, the module will analyze the unfinished process of building the common integration and asylum policy in the European Union, the progress made and the difficulties that slow its progress.
Module 2: Integration as a goal of the intervention (37.5 hours) Responsible Professor: Rosa AparicioIntegration theories, models and policies
The dimensions of integration
The integration process: areas, actors, stages and obstacles
Elements to diagnose integration
The integration of immigrants and refugees in SpainIn the first part, the reasons that make integration a central theme in intervention with immigrants and refugees will be addressed, then going on to examine the integration concepts that have been handled from different perspectives, as well as the different integration models and the evolution of integration policies in Europe and Spain. It will then go on to analyze what the integration process consists of, the areas and aspects it covers, the actors involved and the factors that can favor or hinder it. In a next step, elements will be provided to diagnose how and to what extent the integration process is being carried out, and finally to analyze the situation regarding the integration of immigrants and refugees in Spain.
Module 3: The social reception system and intervention with applicants for international protection (37.5 hours) Responsible Professor: Enrique BarberoThe legal framework and the legal-administrative situation of applicants for international protection and refugees
The reception and social integration system. Actors, intervention models, actions and services
Contextualization, social diagnosis and design of itineraries for social and labor insertion. Mechanisms of social participation
Detection, identification, care and accompaniment of groups in situations of special vulnerability: victims of human trafficking for the purpose of sexual exploitation and people with mental health problemsStarting from the description of the various social profiles of the applicants and beneficiaries of international protection in Spain, as well as, in these terms, the multiplicity of causes that motivate their respective asylum applications, the legal framework that regulates their legal situation in this host society in addition to the corresponding administrative procedures. On this general and introductory scheme, we continue with the exposition of the intervening actors, social programs, intervention methodologies and system resources for the achievement of integration and effective autonomy of those people belonging to this group. Ultimately, by providing concrete diagnostic and intervention tools, the situation of particularly vulnerable groups and collectives is exposed, such as the case of victims of human trafficking.
Module 4: The integration of migrants and coexistence in diverse and multicultural societies (37.5 hours) Responsible Teacher: María TejadaThe role of the Third Sector in integration
Migrants and their legal regime in Spain: The Immigration Law
Areas of intervention and social care programs for immigrants
Communication, awareness and social mobilization actions for equal treatment, tolerance and coexistenceThe current regulations that regulate the legal situation of foreigners in Spain are exposed, as well as the guiding principles of integration policies. In this framework, the social assistance programs for immigrants and the specific role of the Third Sector are explained. Precisely from civil society, initiatives arise in the fight against hate crimes and emerging discourses of racism and xenophobia; For this, legal measures are adopted that guarantee equal treatment and awareness campaigns are implemented for coexistence in a diverse and multicultural society.
Module 5: Practices (40 hours) Coordinator: Enrique Barbero
In the final stage, the students will be integrated into an NGO or other entity that works with immigrants and / or refugees, being able to put into practice what they have learned under the supervision of qualified and experienced people. These practices will involve a minimum of 30 hours of face-to-face assistance in the NGO or entity in which they are integrated, being able to agree on the days and hours so that they are compatible with the other activities of the student. The remaining 10 hours will be devoted to preparing a memory of experience.
The coordination of the course will be in charge, whenever possible, of providing the students with the places where they can carry out their practices. In cases where this is not possible because the student is located in a place where the course organizers do not have resources or because the student has a preference for some entity other than the one provided with which there is no agreement, the The student will be able to indicate to the coordination the entity that he has identified or that he prefers and the coordination will contact him to agree with this the reception in practices of the student.PracticesThis course has an internship program. After completing the theoretical modules, students will join an NGO or other entity that works with immigrants and / or refugees, being able to put into practice what they have learned under the supervision of qualified and experienced people. These practices will involve a minimum of 30 hours of face-to-face assistance in the NGO or entity in which they are integrated, and the days and hours can be agreed so that they are compatible with the other activities of the student. The remaining 10 hours will be devoted to preparing a memory of the experience.
The coordination of the course will be in charge, whenever possible, of providing the students with the places where they can carry out their practices. In cases where this is not possible because the student is located in a place where the course organizers do not have resources or because the student has a preference for some entity other than the one provided with which there is no agreement, the The student will be able to indicate to the coordination the entity that he has identified or that he prefers and the coordination will contact him to agree with this the reception in practices of the student.MethodologyThe course is blended. It consists of 190 hours distributed in four content modules and one practical one. The modules will be taught at the rate of one per month. Each module will have a face-to-face part. There will be a total of 4 face-to-face sessions that will take place on Saturdays of the first weekend in which each module begins. The rest will be carried out on-line through the virtual campus, for which there will be materials such as presentations, guides and recommended readings as well as tutorials. For each module there will have to be tests to pass it, which will also be carried out online. In exceptional cases, non-attendance at face-to-face sessions may be considered.
Class material will be available in the virtual classroom, including presentations made by teachers in class. It is essential that the participants prepare the teaching materials in advance, individually prepare notes with their evaluations of their content, and actively participate in the debates that are promoted in the virtual forum.
About streaming classes
The streaming classes will begin at 16:30 hours in Spain and will last for two hours. It is possible that there will be changes in the set time for reasons of force majeure. In any case, the changes that occur in the initial planning will be reported in a timely manner.
In the teaching guides of each module the day and time of the sessions will be specified. For those participants who cannot connect at the moment, the sessions will be recorded so that they can view them when they have time to do so. Whenever possible, efforts will be made to make the video available on the virtual campus before the next class.
In the final part of the streaming, students will have the possibility to ask directly the teachers of each module, in order to clarify or expand those aspects they consider appropriate.
The evaluation system of each module is specified in the didactic guides and includes the percentages of qualification of each activity proposed by the teacher, as well as the evaluation criteria. To pass the program it is a requirement to pass the modules and to have carried out all the evaluable activities that have been included in the academic calendar. Participants who, for justified reasons, have had to postpone the development of some of the activities will have a recovery time before closing.
Student support services
The planning includes a week of familiarization of the students, in which an introductory module is developed, in which information about the evaluation system and the use of the campus tools is made available. virtual. Participants have a general guide to the program, where they can consult the academic calendar and the detailed description of the training and assessment activities that are launched.
Personalized follow-up of the participants
The tutors monitor the performance of the participants daily, verifying their degree of participation in the training activities and the results they obtain in the module evaluations. They carry out a regular update of the virtual campus with news of interest to the students, and send reminders of the tasks that they must carry out, according to the academic calendar. The monitoring done by the tutors is key to guide the participants in time management and keep them motivated during the development of the program.
The monitoring is done taking into account the profile and needs of each student. The tools of the virtual campus are used to obtain information on the access of the participants to the contents of the program, and their involvement in discussion or debate activities. Additionally, personalized contacts are made by email and by phone calls to find out the causes of low student participation, if this occurs. During face-to-face sessions, students can hold meetings with tutors to establish the most appropriate communication channels throughout the program.
Consultations and tutorials
The students have a series of tools that allow them to make daily queries about the content of the modules and transmit, to those responsible for the program, any incident that may arise in its development. The tutors keep a record of the consultations made by the participants and are committed to responding within a period not exceeding 72 hours.
The tutorials are carried out by activating virtual forums or arranging phone calls between the participants and the coordinators of the modules. In each case, the most appropriate modality will be defined based on the needs of the modules and the number of participants enrolled in the program.
Consultations with teachers should preferably be done through the virtual campus, avoiding the use of email. Inquiries can be addressed through forums or direct messages.
The Virtual Campus is an online teaching and interaction platform that is offered to teaching staff and training participants. This support facilitates the rapprochement between teachers and students and allows access to academic content. It is an educational support for face-to-face sessions and a basic tool for the development of virtual sessions.