This Master Programme aims to further the knowledge acquired in the 1st Cycle (in the Bachelor Programme in Education and Training and in related ones) and to prepare professionals to perform autonomously in the fields of education and training.
These fields are considered in a vast sense, including not only school-context educational phenomena, but also non-formal ones, as well as development and learning processes in work contexts. This degree is suitable to address the complexity of education and training phenomena, seeking for students to develop competences that allow them to perform in the interstices and interfaces of various modalities of education and training, not only within the educational system, but also in cultural, social, welfare, economic, justice and health-related organisations.
Furthering knowledge in the field of education and training, namely in various areas of specialisation, with a view to applying them in work contexts;
Diagnosing problems, needs, resources and opportunities for educational intervention in groups, organizations and communities, based on investigative processes and on a critical and creative reflection;
Creating, managing and evaluating projects, programmes, devices, activities and resources related to education and training, in institutional contexts, organizations, structures and services with both education and training;
Coordinating and participating in multidisciplinary teams, and collaborating with other professionals and researchers in projects, organizations and networks with an education and training scope;
Intervening in the management of organizations with an education and training scope;
Participating in the identification, organization and systematization of empirical, qualitative and quantitative data, aimed at producing studies, documents, reports and opinions in the context of education and training;
Providing consultancy regarding education and training initiatives;
Developing competences to communicate conclusions, knowledge and their rationale appropriately, both to experts and to non-experts.