Programa Erasmus+

Erasmus Charter for Higher Education 2014-2020

POLICY STATEMENTS

The European Higher Education Institution IES Galileo has been awarded the Erasmus Charter for Higher Education for the Erasmus+ programme 2014-2021.
 
As the Erasmus+ programme provides direct support to those wishing to study or train and to those projects supporting cross-border cooperation between higher education institutions, our Institution is committed to full and active participation in it for the benefit of our students and our Institution.
 
In regard to our students’ mobility , SMT  at work placements, we would like to encourage participation by more diverse student body and to introduce new and less familiar study destinations.
 
On the other hand, our staff’s mobility is a priority for effective partnership relationship management, support of co-operation projects, professional training, teaching delivery and programme development.
 
We also recognize the importance of regular monitoring and evaluation of our international activities in order to inform and influence our future activities, practice, policy and strategy.
 
Erasmus+ plays an important role in our Institution in some priority areas:
  • Improving the quality and relevance of higher education
  • Strengthening quality through mobility as we believe that training periods abroad are very useful for students and teachers allowing them to get specific knowledge or training in maritime field.
  • Innovation: our graduates and teachers with experiences abroad are usually more innovative and can help to innovate our educational activities.
  • Employability: training periods abroad are very useful to obtain soft skills such as autonomy, critical thinking, creativity, etc.
  • Professional Development: We believe that our students having had an experience abroad have more opportunities because they can have access to the broader European Union labour market rather than to the limited national market.    

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Vocational Education & Training: Medium and Higher Level

Academic and Professional Degrees (Diplomas):

Technical Expert in Fishing and Sea Transportation.

  • Coastline Master.

Technical Expert in Ship Operation, Control and Propulsion Systems Maintenance (conservation).

  • Naval Mechanic and Senior Naval Mechanic.

With these studies we intend to train our students to be able to:

  • Obtain the ship dispatches previous to the departure or arrival to the port.
  • Carry out the operations of stability, navigation and manoeuvres of the ship.
  • Control the ship navigation and course under all types of conditions.
  • Organize and carry out the ship machinery control and maintenance (conservation) tasks.
  • Organize and control the security, survival and medical care on board

These degrees allow our students to work as:

  • Coastline Master 
  • Naval Mechanic 
  • Guardian Officer.
  • Boatswain / Lubrication Technician.
  • Coastline Master / Naval Mechanic.
  • Bridge Officer /Engine (Machinery) Officer.
  • Logistics in the naval sector...

 

Vocational Education & Training Course Duration:

2,000 hours distributed in two academic years. The second one consisting on regular lessons the first part and working practice on a daily basis from January.

Degree

Higher Technician in Sea Transport and Deep Sea Fishing

Higher Technician Maintenance Management of Vessels and Ships Machinery

Vocational Education & Training Course Organization:

(The contents are grouped into the following professional modules or subjects)

Bridge Section

Engine Section

  1. Vessels
  2. Port operations and Port services.
  3. The Ship
  4. Communication procedures and Communicative functions.
  5. On- board Communication phrases
  6. External Communication Phrases
  7. Weather conditions and  Communication Phrases
  8. Pilotage : Pilot on the bridge
  1. First Aid on board: basic life support sequence.
  2. First Aid on board when having common fractures and traumatisms.
  3. External Assistance: Radio Medical Advice.
  4. Environmental control and Hygiene.
  5. Evacuation and how to accompany evacuated patients: Reporting, referral and evacuation.
  6. Procedures on Radio Medical Advice.
  1. International maritime affairs and organizations: IMO, EU, EMSA, ILO, MoU, etc.
  2. Mandatory international instruments: SOLAS, MARPOL, STCW, STCW-F
  3. Mandatory instruments: UNCLOS, Spanish maritime law 2014 and other ammendments.
  4. Marine transportation, legal issues and insurances. International regulations.
  5. Salvage, SAR convention, Rules of York & Antwerpen.
  6. ISPS Code.
  7. ISM Code.
  8. MARPOL and other instruments related to marine pollution.
  9. Fishing legal regulations.
  10. Surveying and certification, Classification Societies and mandatory surveys through MoU.
  11. Issues of yachting and pleasure boating.
  1. Energetic  Installations: Characteristics.
  2. Planning taking tides into account.
  3. Using, supervision and setting of fishing tackles, nets and rigging.
  4. Using, supervision and maintenance of fishing tackles and rigging.
  5. Using and supervising gear and rigging.
  6. Identifying and processing catches.
  7. Estimating fishing grounds’ output.
  8. Labour risks in fishing operations.
  1. Labour relationships.
  2. Labour contract: contract of employment.
  3. Working times. Definition of salary.
  4. Contracts of employment: modification, suspension and extinction.
  5. Workers’ representatives.
  6. Spanish Social Security.
  7. Spanish Health Services.
  8. Work and Health
  9. Health and Safety in the workplace: General risks at work.
  10. Regulations to prevent labour risk.
  11. Prevention Rules.
  12. Labour relationships and work organization.
  13. Looking for employment.
  14. Professional Career.
  1. Creating  my own enterprise.
  2. Business sector.
  3. Study of the labour market.
  4. Resources I need.
  5. Rentability of my future enterprise.
  6. Types of enterprises.
  7. Proceeding and paperworks when setting up and starting.
  8. Taxes
  9. Types of labour and administrative contracts
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
  1. Vessels
  2. The Engine Department.
  3. In the Engine Room.
  4. Engines.
  5. Welding.
  6. Communication procedures and Communicative functions.
  7. External Communication Phrases
  8. Weather conditions and  Communication Phrases
  1. First Aid on board: basic life support sequence.
  2. First Aid on board when having common fractures and traumatisms.
  3. External Assistance: Radio Medical Advice.
  4. Environmental control and Hygiene.
  5. Evacuation and how to accompany evacuated patients: Reporting, referral and evacuation.
  6. Procedures on Radio Medical Advice.
 
  1. Labour relationships.
  2. Labour contract: contract of employment.
  3. Working times. Definition of salary.
  4. Contracts of employment: modification, suspension and extinction.
  5. Workers’ representatives.
  6. Spanish Social Security.
  7. Spanish Health Services.
  8. Work and Health
  9. Health and Safety in the workplace: General risks at work.
  10. Regulations to prevent labour risk.
  11. Prevention Rules.
  12. Labour relationships and work organization.
  13. Looking for employment.
  14. Professional Career.
  1. Creating  my own enterprise.
  2. Business sector.
  3. Study of the labour market.
  4. Resources I need.
  5. Rentability of my future enterprise.
  6. Types of enterprises.
  7. Proceeding and paperworks when setting up and starting.
  8. Taxes
  9. Types of labour and administrative contracts

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