Order Def/1626/2015, July 29, Which Approved The General Guidelines For The Preparation Of The Curricula Of The Teaching Of Training For Access To The Different Scales Of Non-Commissioned Officers Of The Bodies Of The Armed Forces.

Original Language Title: Orden DEF/1626/2015, de 29 de julio, por la que se aprueban las directrices generales para la elaboración de los currículos de la enseñanza de formación para el acceso a las diferentes escalas de suboficiales de los cuerpos de las Fuerzas Armadas.

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Developed curricula, pursuant to Royal Decree 205/2002, of February 22, on the General guidelines of the plans of the military school of formation for the incorporation to the scales of non-commissioned officers of the armed forces, supposed, for non-commissioned officers integrated into certain fundamental specialties, especially those of the extinct bodies of specialists, after passing the corresponding modules , obtaining, by validation of qualifications of technician of the general education system which, by the characteristics of their competencies and training content, were similar to the completed military training teaching.

By its part, it law 39 / 2007, of 19 of November, of it career military, in what to teaching regarding, is, by its novel configuration, it reform more important that is rushes from the approval of the law 17 / 1989, of 19 of July, as sets that, for access to them scales of noncommissioned officers, will be necessary overcome them plans of studies of it training military general and specific to the acquisition of the fundamental speciality; as well as the corresponding to a title of senior technician of the general education system.

Changes in the field of education which sets the title IV, chapter IV, of the law 39/2007, of 19 November, are so large draught which not only affect the conditions of entry, but make it necessary to establish a management of all teaching training in the armed forces, facilitating, in this way, a joint vision for the benefit of future aspiring to military careers.

By this, the Real Decree 35 / 2010, of 15 of January, by the Spain¿what is approves the regulation of entry and promotion and of management of the teaching of training in them forces armed, affects with greater detail in those teachings that integrates two plans of studies: the of training military general, specific and of specialty fundamental; and the corresponding to the qualifications of the general education system, introducing the concept of dual degree.

Based on the foregoing, the ministerial order 33/2011, 14 June, by which approve general guidelines for the preparation of curricula of military general, specific and technical training for access to non-commissioned officers of different scales, has been the frame of reference for the elaboration of curricula and in August 2011 were approved the plan of studies , beginning their deployment in September of 2011.

The experience accumulated in four years that has implemented the new model in the teaching of education, showed that the concept of the double degree generates doubts in the student, by what is meant to eliminate it and integrate into a single curriculum corresponding to the training curricula military general, specific and fundamental speciality and , where appropriate, technical, and training for a title of senior technician in training, as established in article 64 of the law 39/2007, of 19 November.

With the entry into force of the Real Decree 339/2015, of 30 April, by the which ordered the teachings of improvement and high studies of national defense, has changed the regulation of entry and promotion and management of teaching training in the armed forces, has shifted the concept of overcoming two curricula , to the overcome a unique curriculum which integrates all these teachings, without involving changes at the organizational level teaching training, or increase, in any case, in personnel costs.

Accordingly, in line with it exposed, and to facilitate that the student scope them capabilities established in it teaching military, is aims to design a new frame of reference for the elaboration of curricula, that can group to one or several plans of studies, so, from the point of view academic, is can realize them aspects more outstanding in a document simple clear and synthetic, which is the commitment of the Ministry of defence about the characteristics of the military training of future non-commissioned officers and the conditions in which will develop.

When is enter without qualification, the teachings is ordered, as maximum, in three courses academic and, when is make with titration, in one. In the case of the body of military music, the overcoming of a curriculum for training military general, specific and complete technical training accredited, with a maximum duration of one academic year shall be required.

As regards them resumes of each an of them specialties fundamental established by the Real Decree 711 / 2010, of 28 of mayo, by which is approves the regulation of specialties fundamental of them forces armed, must guide is to get them profiles professional established by them heads of State greater of the army of Earth, of the armed and of the army of the air as well as, the Undersecretary of Defense, in the case of the body of military music, and they must comply with the criteria established in article 64(1) of the law 39/2007, of 19 November.

Them titles of technical top that, for each specialty fundamental is determined, must provide part of them competencies required for the incorporation to them scales of noncommissioned officers and them teachings leading to the obtaining of these, is taught in those centers authorized by the Ministry of education, culture and sport.

The article 65.1 of the law 39/2007, of 19 November, establishes that Defense Minister will determine the general curriculum guidelines and adopt the corresponding to the teaching of formation, which constitute in the reference guide to develop curricula for general, specific military training and for the acquisition of the fundamental speciality and , in his case, technical; (and the articles 12.1. e) and 15.1, respectively, that curricula must conform to the definition of capabilities and design of profiles for professional practice stipulated in heads of State most of the army, the Navy and the air force and, in the field of the common of the armed forces, the Undersecretary of Defense bodies.

During its processing, this project was informed by the professional associations with representation on the Board of staff of the armed forces, in accordance with article 40.2. b) of law 9/2011, of 27 July, rights and duties of members of the armed forces and has been given knowledge of it to the rest of the professional associations listed in the register of professional associations of members of the armed forces (, in accordance with article 40.1. c) of law 9/2011, July 27. Finally, pursuant to the provisions of article 49.1. c) of the above-mentioned law, has been informed by the staff of the armed forces.

By virtue, I have: single article. Approval of the guidelines General.

Is approve them guidelines General for the elaboration of them curricula of the teaching of training for the access to them different scales of noncommissioned officers, whose text is inserted then.

Sole additional provision. Implementation of the curricula of the teaching of training for access to non-commissioned officers of different scales.

1. the curricula developed pursuant to these guidelines will be implemented from the academic year 2015 / 2016.

2. the provisions of paragraph 1 above may be amended, by instruction of the Undersecretary of Defense, when, due to circumstances affecting the infrastructure, to the teachers, to the recognition of centers, conventions or other unforeseen, curricula implementation is not possible and so is advisable.

Sole transitional provision. Extinction of the curricula in force.

Once they enter into force the new curricula, previous curricula shall cease academic course by course and will co-exist in the event that a student, having studied, had to repeat a year.

Sole repeal provision. Repeal legislation.

1. the ministerial order is repealed 33/2011, of 14 June, which approved the General guidelines for the preparation of the curricula of general military training, technical and specific for access to non-commissioned officers of different scales.

2. in addition, any provision of equal or lower rank opposing to this ministerial order is repealed.

First final provision. Operative powers.

It empowers the Undersecretary of Defense, in the field of their respective competencies, to dictate how many provisions necessary for the implementation of this ministerial order, as well as to modify its annexes.

Second final provision. Entry in force.

This ministerial order shall enter into force the day following its publication in the "Official Gazette".

Madrid, July 29, 2015.-the Minister of Defense, Pedro Morenés Eulate.

GUIDELINES GENERAL FOR THE PREPARATION OF THE CURRICULA OF THE TEACHING OF TRAINING FOR ACCESS to DIFFERENT SCALES OF noncommissioned OFFICERS article 1. Object.


1. this ministerial order is to establish the General guidelines for the preparation of the curricula of the teaching of training for access to the different scales of non-commissioned officers of the bodies of the armed forces, including plans of military training, specific studies and for the acquisition of the fundamental speciality and, if technical, and, where appropriate, curricula corresponding to the qualifications of senior technician in training of the general education system.

2. in the field of this order, provided that using the term training of non-commissioned officers, means that we are referring to the unique curriculum comprising the training referred to in paragraph 1 above.

Article 2. Principles guiding of the education of training of non-commissioned officers.

The teaching of formation will be governed by the following principles: to) conform an education oriented to the learning of the student and seated in a continuous process of mentoring and monitoring, in order to achieve the proposed objectives.

(b) ensure a formation based on the transmission of values and the acquisition of knowledge, abilities and skills, in such a way that it favours a leadership based on the prestige acquired with the example, preparation and decision making problem solving.

(c) provide training based on respect for rights and fundamental freedoms, equality of rights and opportunities between men and women, the protection of the environment, on non-discrimination, without that can prevail any discrimination on grounds of birth, race, sex, religion, opinion or any other condition or personal or social circumstance, and on respect for justice.

(d) generate a provision encouraging future learning and capable of adapting to changes that are experiencing both social and professional.

(e) get training tailored to the objectives pursued, through a continuous process of validation of the quality of the education system.

(f) consider the teaching function as an essential factor for the quality of military education, recognizing the work of teachers and supporting their work.

Article 3. Purpose of the formation of non-commissioned officers.

Training of non-commissioned officers is intended that students acquire skills that are in accordance with the necessary profiles for professional practice determining the Undersecretary of Defense and heads of State most of the army, the Navy and the air force, in the field of their respective competencies.

Article 4. Criteria that the formation of non-commissioned officers should be adjusted.

The training of non-commissioned officers shall conform to the following criteria: to) provide training and specialization required for access to the different scales of non-commissioned officers.

(b) facilitate the obtaining of titles of the system education overall.

(c) ensure the full training human and the full development of the personality.

(d) to promote the principles and constitutional values, contemplating the cultural plurality of Spain.

(e) ensure the knowledge of the missions of the armed forces, defined in the Constitution and the organic law of the national defense.

(f) to promote the values and rules of behaviour of the military.

(g) develop student capabilities to assume the process of knowledge and adapt to its evolution.

Article 5. Definitions.

Within the scope of this order means: to) knowledge: information assimilated in the learning process.

(b) capacity: interpretation and understanding of a knowledge applied to a context of reality.

(c) skill or skill: application of knowledge to transform a specific reality.

(d) skills: colleges that the student must acquire demonstrated on-the-job knowledge, capacities and skills or skills for its application in the field of activity which will play its role, fundamentally those corresponding to the first employment of the scale of non-commissioned officers which will enter. The skills, that should be measurable, is grouped in General and specific.

(e) module: the set of topics aimed at one or more professional competencies.

These to your time may be: 1 modules professional: them leading to the obtaining of the title of technical top of training professional.

2nd training modules: the complete military training general, specific, and for the acquisition of the fundamental speciality and, where appropriate, technical-oriented.

Speaking of modules you refer to one or the other either.

(f) curriculum: set of objectives, skills, content, methodology of the learning and criteria of evaluation of each an of the teachings regulated in this order ministerial. You can group one or more curricula.

(g) curriculum: organized sets of teachings, modular structure, aimed at obtaining a particular professional profile.

(h) load teaching: is the sum of them hours contained in the modules that make up a plan of studies of the training of noncommissioned officers.

Article 6. Training of non-commissioned officers teaching structure.

1. the teaching of training to join the scales of noncommissioned officers entering no title of senior technician, will include plans of military training, specific studies and for the acquisition of the fundamental speciality and, in his case, technique, and the curricula corresponding to the qualifications of technician of the general education system. The total of the teaching will be integrated into a single curriculum.

2. where entry is required a title of senior technician or, where appropriate, one of the necessary qualifications for access to the body of military music, training teaching curricula, exclude content conducive to obtaining a diploma of technician of the general education system.

Article 7. Military schools for training of non-commissioned officers.

Training to integrate into the scale of non-commissioned officers of the bodies specific armies and the scale of non-commissioned officers of the military music Corps, will be taught in the schools certain training military and that, in accordance with the regulations in force, will be collected in the curricula.

Article 8. Unit of measure of the curricula.

1. the unit of measure of the curricula of the training of non-commissioned officers will be the time.

2 instruction and training shall be calculated in days and weeks or, where appropriate, within hours, subject to the following: a) in days and weeks, when provided with unique character, understanding this as that period of time in which this activity is unique and priority in training teaching. For the purpose of computation, a day of instruction and training shall be equivalent to seven hours of the load time weekly.

(b) in hours, in those cases in which the instruction and training provided intermittently on different days, in this case, seven hours shall be considered equivalent to a day.

3. neither of the two cases referred to them in paragraph 2 above be taken into account within the load, expressed in hours, curricula and military training, specific to the acquisition of the fundamental speciality, but in charge of education and training.

Article 9. Duration of the training of non-commissioned officers.

The training of non-commissioned officers will have the following duration: to) when the income does not require qualification of technician: a maximum of three academic years.

(b) where entry is required prior qualification of technician and to join the scale of non-commissioned officers of the military music Corps: an academic year.

Article 10. Workload of the curricula.

1. the maximum number of hours which will include the development of curricula leading to the obtaining of a title of senior technician and the corresponding military training general, specific, and for the acquisition of the fundamental speciality and, where appropriate, technical, is 3,400 hours when the title of technician time is equal to or greater than 2,200 , and 3,000 hours when it is less than that amount.

2 when you enter with qualification of technician or for incorporation into the body of military music, curricula and military training, specific to the acquisition of the fundamental speciality will have a maximum of 1,200 hours.

3. in them periods of time in that them teachings leading to the obtaining of the title of technical upper are priority on any another activity, is may devote, as maximum, five hours weekly to activities related with the practice of it training physical and the order closed, understood this last as the preparation of acts and ceremonies military that not computed in it load teaching assigned to the joint of it training of noncommissioned officers.

Article 11. Distribution of the burden of work.

(1. in the teaching of training of noncommissioned officers the load of work that represents the execution of them plans of studies is distributed according to them criteria following: to) as maximum, each course academic will consist of 41 weeks, can is expand until them 43 in first course, provided them additional is devote to instruction and training.


(b) the number minimum of weeks dedicated to instruction and training by course academic will be of 6, except in those courses in which is provided the module of training in centers of work corresponding to the title of training professional, in which is may fix another amount.

(c) the weekly hourly load shall not exceed 35 hours.

2. without prejudice to the provisions of paragraph 1 above, will be able to book a minimum of two hours to carry out complementary activities, voluntary or mandatory. When has this last character, the number of hours booked not exceed the of two hours weekly.

Article 12. Modular configuration of military general, specific and training for the acquisition of the fundamental speciality and, where appropriate, technical.

1. the purpose of these guidelines curricula will have modular structure.

2 the training modules will have the following structure: a) denomination.

(b) contents.

(c) content susceptible to be given away, by reason of pregnancy, childbirth or postpartum.

(d) total duration in hours, by courses.

(e) UPV hours by their counterparts in the teaching of training from the scale of troop and crew.

3. the content must satisfy, wherever possible and for the purpose of recognition of credits, the connection with their counterparts in training for the incorporation to the scales of officers.

Article 13. Definition of training modules, duration and content.

Conforme_a its purpose and objectives, the training modules will be: to) mandatory training modules. They are the ones that all have to pursue and which must appear on each and every one of curricula, with the same name, can have content and different hourly charge depending on the army, body and fundamental speciality, but always adjusting to the minimums set by these guidelines.

In those cases in that it all of them contained of them modules mandatory, or part of them, is are included in them modules professional of the title of technical upper associated, it load time that corresponds to the acquisition of them contained common is released in benefit of which is attributed to them modules specific and of specialty fundamental, must appear such circumstance in the corresponding plan of studies.

The minimum length indicated for mandatory training modules, only shall apply in the case of the shape of income without requirement of qualification of technician. For those plans of studies with a duration of a course academic is held the corresponding adaptation depending on the training provided and of the speciality fundamental.

This consideration will have the following modules: 1 training module military general, to: − provide the basics that should get any non-commissioned officer by the fact linked professionally to the armed forces, including techniques and strategies of communication, conflict management and leadership, as well as the essential enabling it to provide the services and guards who ensure the functioning and safety of the units centres and agencies.

(− shall have a minimum duration of 140 hours, with the caveat expressed in paragraph to) of this article, being its contents which are listed in annex I, of mandatory training modules.

2nd health training module, that: − provide the knowledge and skills to take action and attend, as first speaker, in case of accident or emergency situation or, where appropriate, to organize health care on board in case of medical emergency.

(− will have a minimum of 60 hours, being application as set forth in paragraph a) of this article, being its contents which are contained in annex I.

3rd module of language foreign English, that: − will provide, at least, the powers own of the level B1 of the frame common European of reference for them languages.

− The minimum duration of the module will be 300 hours, of which 100 will be devoted to imparting the content referred to in annex I. The rest of the time load may devote to increase the level of knowledge in relation to the contents of the annex, as well as the acquisition of new content, being application contemplated in paragraph a) of this article.

− Will be taught in all academic courses.

4th module of instruction and training, to: − it is the set of activities and exercises through teachings of eminently practical character, which provides the acquisition of professional skills, and practice contributing to physical training and military integral of the student.

− Includes those exercises, maneuvers, shipments and practices in units, ships, centers and organizations.

− In the development of activities that are carried out, may acquire the learning outcomes and criteria of realization, the marked in the training module in the curriculum of the title of technician associated work centers, it referred, in this case, among the objectives to achieve.

− Will be taught in all academic courses.

− in relation to physical training and closed order, highlight the following: provide adequate physical preparation and basic understanding of the theory of sports training that are required to perform, in the first use of its scale, the roles of its fundamental speciality.

It will be necessary to achieve the established brands in the physical tests for the overcoming of the curricula of military training.

Minimum dedication to this activity is 350 hours, of which 250 hours not counted in the workload of the teaching of non-commissioned officers training and will be dedicated to the practice and improvement of physical condition, as well as activities related to the closed order. 100 hours remaining, will they work, on the basis of the fundamental speciality, to the acquisition of the theoretical content.

(b) specific training modules: are those who have an army's own content and are common to all the fundamental specialties.

(c) fundamental speciality training modules: are those that are unique to each fundamental speciality.

When a module is provided in more than one academic year, you must set the criteria determining the promotion of course once surpassed levels set for each of them.

Article 14. Design and content of the curriculum.

Training of non-commissioned officers teaching curricula shall contain the following: a) the defined professional profile, within its sphere of responsibility, the Undersecretary of Defense and heads of State most of the army, the Navy and the air force.

(b) training modules and their contents.

(c) those modules training susceptible of be taught, partial or completely, by teaching to distance to them students in situation of pregnancy, childbirth or postpartum that not can assist of form face-to-face.

(d) the distribution temporary of the plan, by courses and modules, with indication of the different centers teaching military where is given.

(e) the recognition of modules training according to the origin military of the student.

Article 15. Snap training additional.

1. those who enter by access direct and not credited a training military prior, may acquire a complement training additional before the home of the course academic.

2 it will provide students the contents of basic military training which, if any, may be necessary so that, at the start of the first academic year, they are able to develop curricula.

3. these contents may be referred to contents of basic military training that is part of the curriculum of training for access to the scale of troop and crew.

4 duration and rating, as follows: to) its duration shall not exceed six weeks or less than three, in any case, will be devoted a week to the instruction and training exclusively.

(b) their qualification, after being evaluated, will be integrated, such as one note again within education and training module.

5. the period of orientation and adaptation to military life, which will be called phase of reception, orientation and adaptation to military life, is mandatory and you may, where appropriate, include in the time frame in which provided additional training complement, being no more than two weeks duration.

Article 16. Approval and publication of the curricula of the teaching of training of non-commissioned officers.

1. them curricula of the teaching of training of noncommissioned officers elaborate, according to it willing in this ministerial, by the Undersecretary of Defense and by them heads of State greater of the army of Earth, of the armed and of the army of the air, in the field of their respective competencies, must accompany is of a memory supporting, whose structure is specifies in the annex II.

2. the Minister of Defense approve the curricula of the teaching of training of noncommissioned officers, that is published in the «newsletter official of the Ministry of Defense». In terms of justifying memories, will be published on the website of the Ministry of defence.

Article 17. Effects of improvement of curricula.

Fulfilled all the conditions for the incorporation to the scales of non-commissioned officers, they shall have the following effects:


(a) the acquisition of the status of military career if he did not have it previously.

(b) the attribution of the employment of Sergeant.

(c) the acquisition of a fundamental speciality.

Article 18. Modification of curricula.

(1. the modification of a curriculum of the teaching of training of noncommissioned officers, established of conformity with these guidelines General, that, in all case, there will be of adjust is to them, is subject, with character general, to them following conditions: to) them curricula will have a force temporary minimum equivalent to the number of years academic of that record it teaching of training corresponding, by what not is extinguished until the completion of its last year academic.

(b) modified curricula, course by course shall lapse.

2. However it willing in the paragraph 1 previous, when them advances technological, didactic or of another nature advise the modification of them curricula, is will establish, by the Minister of Defense, a systems of recognition of modules between them new curricula that is determined and them earlier.

Article 19. Evaluation and training of non-commissioned officers teaching quality.

He system of teaching of training of noncommissioned officers will be subject to a process cyclic of validation to detect their possible dysfunctions and, of this form, adopt them measures corrective that guarantee a teaching of quality that secure the achievement of the capabilities necessary for the rear exercise professional of the military.

ANNEX I modules training mandatory index: 1. training module military general.

2. module of training health.

(a) first aid and basic life support.

(b) Organization of the health care Board.

3. English foreign language module.

1. module of training military general duration: 140 hours.

The results of learning (RA), which will include evaluation criteria and contents, are as follows: − RA 1. It uses Basic procedures for intellectual work and self-employment, adopting a critical and reflective attitude towards practical issues, properly justifying the ideas.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. The foundations of moral action and ethical theories of society have been described.

-CE2. Collection of information and evaluation techniques applied to a problem statement.

-SG3. It has valued the origin and legitimacy of political power, and the foundations of the democratic rule of law.

-CE4. It has valued the legitimacy of action by the State to defend peace, democratic values and human rights.

Contents. Tools for intellectual work that allow to have an attitude of critical and reflective, informed ideas. They are as follows:-the philosophy as a practical rationality: ethics and political philosophy.

-The foundations of moral action: freedom and responsibility.

-Ethical theories to the challenges of today's society: happiness and justice.

-Origin and legitimacy of political power.

-The philosophical construction of citizenship: historical genesis and philosophical foundation.

-Philosophical foundations of the democratic rule of law.

-Legitimacy of the action of the State to defend peace, democratic values and human rights.

− 2 RA. Interprets the normative framework of field national relating it with the exercise of the profession military.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. Will have recognized them fundamentals and concepts referred to by the Constitution of 1978.

-CE2. Is have related the principles and foundations of the law of the Defense-National with the Constitution.

-SG3. Will have analyzed the functions, organs and structure of the forces armed.

-CE4. Is known and has analyzed the legislation existing in it relative to the career military.

-CE5. They have analyzed the laws civil and military related with the personal.

-CE6. He is known and has analyzed the legislation on safety in the armed forces.

-NE7. The main basics of cyber defence are known.

-NE8. We have identified major environmental problems, the causes that provoke them and the factors that intensify them in the context of the armed forces.

Contents. Knowledge of the regulatory framework of national level relating to the exercise of the military profession. They are as follows:-Spanish Constitution of 1978.

-Law of national defense.

-Organizational structure of the armed forces.

-Basic legislation concerning staff.

-Law 9/2011, of 27 July, rights and duties of members of the armed forces.

-Royal Ordinances for the armed forces.

-Rules on security in the armed forces.

-The armed forces disciplinary regime. Military penal code.

-CCN STIC-001 safety of ICT in the Administration - rules of environmental protection of the Ministry of defence.

− RA 3. Interprets legislation international framework linking it with armed conflict and international humanitarian law.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. The fundamentals and concepts referred to in the Charter of the United Nations have recognized.

-CE2. Is have related them principles and fundamentals of the Declaration of the rights human with them laws and uses of the war.

-SG3. Is have contextualized the conventions of Geneva and it has, the laws and uses of the war and the right international humanitarian.

-CE4. Is known and differ them agreements or agreements signed with organizations multinational.

-CES. Is defined and contextualize the different operations of response to crisis not article 5. (Operations of support to the peace and others).

Contents. Interpretation of the normative framework international armed conflicts and international humanitarian law. They are as follows:-Charter of the United Nations.

-Human rights.

-Laws and customs of war.

-International humanitarian law.

-Geneva Conventions and the Hague.

-Agreements with international bodies. (UN, NATO, EU, OSCE, etc.).

-Response to crisis operations not article 5 (support to peacekeeping and other operations). Rules of engagement.

− RA 4. Streamlines the work of the group applying strategies and techniques of communication and relationship social justifying his selection depending on them features situation and objectives of the same.

Criteria of evaluation (CE), that are the following:-1. Is has valued the importance of them skills social in the performance of the work professional, identifying the principles of the intelligence emotional and social.

-CE2. Is has established an effective communication to assign tasks, receive instructions and exchange ideas or information.

-SG3. Is has shown interest by not judging to the people and respect their elements differentiating: emotions, feelings, personality and diversity cultural among others.

-CE4. Is have described them elements fundamental of a group, its structure and dynamic, the factors that can modify them and the main barriers of communication group.

-CE5. Is have analyzed and selected the different techniques of dynamisation and operation of groups.

-CE6. The different roles that can occur in a group and the relations between them have differentiated.

-NE7. Different strategies for action have been raised to take advantage of the leadership role and the roles in the structure and functioning of the group.

-NE8. It has valued the importance of self-criticism and self-evaluation in the development of interpersonal relationship and communication skills.

Contents: Dynamization of group work. They are as follows:-social abilities and related concepts.

-Analysis of the relationship between communication and quality of life in those areas of intervention.

-Assessment of the importance of the attitudes in the relationship of help.

-The intelligence emotional. The education emotional. The emotions and the feelings.

-Leadership. Concept of leadership in relation to the Royal Ordinances.

-The mechanisms of defence.

-The group. Types and features. Group development.

-Analysis of the structure and processes of groups.

-Techniques for the analysis of groups.

-Assessment of the importance of communication in the development of the group.

-Group dynamics. Fundamentals applied to the dynamics of group psychosocial.

-The team. Strategies of cooperative work. Organization and Division of labour.

-Individual work and group work.

-Trust in the group.

-Assessment of the role of motivation in group dynamics.

-Take awareness of the importance of respecting the views do not coincide with their own.

− 5 RA. It implements strategies and techniques to promote communication and social relationship with their environment, by applying various forms or styles of speech and organization according to the characteristics of the recipients and the context.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. The different stages of a communicative process, assessing the importance of the use of both verbal and non-verbal communication in interpersonal relations have been characterized.

-CE2. The different styles of communication, its advantages and limitations have been identified.


-SG3. Effective communication has been established to assign tasks, receive instructions and exchange ideas or information, displaying an attitude positive towards change and learn from everything that happens.

-CE4. The different types, functions, and stages of development of a meeting have been described.

-CE5. Applied, justifying, techniques of moderation of meetings, collection of information and evaluation of results.

-CE6. It has shown the importance of the ability to present ideas clearly and concisely, valuing the need for good and diverse information.

-NE7. Is has described the importance of the motivation and of them strategies employs-das, to get the participation in the meetings.

-NE8. Risk factors, have been described the sabotage of a meeting, justifying resolution strategies, demonstrating attitudes of respect and tolerance in the conduct of meetings.

Contents. Implementation of strategies and techniques that favour the social relationship and communication. Are the following:-the process of communication. The verbal and nonverbal communication.

-Assessment communicative of the context: facilitators and barriers in the communication.

-Assessment of the importance of attitudes in the helping relationship.

-Programs and techniques of communication and skills social.

-Communication in groups. Styles of communication. Verbal and gestural communication. Other languages: iconic, audiovisual, the technologies of the information and the communication (TIC). Obstacles and barriers. Cooperation and competition in groups.

-The meeting as group work.

-Types of meetings and functions.

-Stages in the development of a meeting.

-Techniques of moderation of meetings.

-Identification of the typology of participants in a meeting.

-Analysis of factors that affect the behavior of a group: boycotters, collaborators, etc..

− 5 RA. It implements strategies of conflict management and problem solving by selecting them on the basis of the characteristics of the context and analyzing the different models.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. They have been analyzed and identified the main sources of the problems and group conflicts.

-CE2. The main techniques and strategies for conflict management have been described.

-SG3. We have identified and described the most appropriate strategies for finding solutions and problem solving.

-CE4. The different phases of the process of decision-making for the resolution of problems and conflicts, applying the appropriate procedures have been described.

-CE5. The opinions of others regarding possible ways of solution of problems and conflicts have been observed.

-CE6. Mediation and negotiation techniques have been applied correctly.

-NE7. It has been in mind people, whatever their age or physical and mental condition, in the process of decision-making, valuing the importance of the inter - communication change in decision-making.

-NE8. The task of decision-making and self-assessment of the process are planned.

Contents. Implementation of strategies for conflict management and decision making. Are the following:-assessment of the conflict in the dynamic group.

-Analysis of techniques of resolution of problems.

-The process of taking of decisions.

-Management of conflict group. Negotiation and mediation.

-Application of the strategies of resolution of conflict group.

-Assessment of the role of the respect and the tolerance in the resolution of problems and conflicts.

(2. module of training health the module of training health is composed of: a) first aid and support vital basic.

Duration: 60 hours.

The results of learning (RA), which will include evaluation criteria and contents, are as follows: − RA 1. It identifies the characteristics of the assistance as first speaker.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. It defines the concepts of urgency, emergency and disaster.

-CE 2. It explains the concept of integrated system of emergency and describe the organisation of emergency systems.

-3 CE. It identifies first aid that should pay for injuries or most frequent pathologies, applies the techniques of first aid and life support according to established protocol.

-4 CE. In a practical course properly characterized, applies the techniques of self-defense against possible injuries resulting from the handling of rough people.

-EC 5. Describes the content minimum of a kit of emergency and the indications of the substances and drugs.

Contents. Fundamentals of first aid. They are as follows:-medical emergency systems.

-First aid: concept, principles, objectives and limits.

-The first speaker: attitudes, functions, legal responsibility, risks and protection.

-Legal framework, responsibility and professional ethics.

-Useful in first aid medical terminology.

-The first speaker as part of the health care chain.

-Fundamentals of Anatomy and physiology.

-Applied to emergency human anatomy and physiology.

-Description of the structure and main functions of equipment, systems and organs of the human body.

− 2 RA. Applies techniques of initial assessment according to established protocol by going into the accident in a timely manner and creating a safe environment.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. In a practical course properly characterized, enter the rugged: ○ identifying and justifying the easiest access to the injured.

○ Identifying the possible risks.

○ Ensuring the area according to the appropriate procedure.

○ Performing maneuvers necessary to access the injured.

-CE 2. In a so-called practical properly characterized, follows the guidelines of performance according to Protocol for the valuation initial of a rugged.

-EC 3. Identifies situations of risk life and defines the actions that entail.

Contents. Assessment initial of the assistance in emergency. Are the following:-types of accidents and their consequences.

-Signs of compromise vital in adult, child or girl and infant: ○ stop cardio.

○ Disorders of the pace heart.

-Methods and materials for protection of the area.

-Safety measures and personal self-defense.

-First aid kit: ○ material classification: basic materials and useful plug-ins.

○ Characteristics of use.

○ storage systems.

○ Maintenance and revision.

-Priorities for action many victims: ○ simple triage.

○ Rating for criteria of gravity.

-Vital signs: ○ level of consciousness.

○ Pulse.

○ Breath.

-Basic exploration before an emergency: ○ scanning protocols.

○ Methods for identification of alterations.

○ Signs and symptoms.

-First aid medical terminology.

-Data transmission protocol.

-Assessment of the performance with safety and confidence in itself.

-Performance safely showing self-confidence himself.

− RA 3. It identifies first aid that should pay for injuries or most frequent pathologies, applies the techniques of first aid and life support according to established protocol.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. Describes the basics of CPR basic and instrumental - CE 2. Describes the technical basic of clearance of it via air.

-EC 3. Applies the technical basic and instrumental of resuscitation cardiopulmonary on mannequins.

-CE 4. Applies the technical basic of resuscitation cardiopulmonary on mannequins using equipment of oxygen therapy and defibrillator automatic.

-EC 5. Indicates them injuries, pathologies or trauma more significant and them aspects to have in has for its prevention, depending on the medium in which is develops the activity specifying: ○ them causes that it produced.

○ The symptoms and signs.

○ The guidelines of action.

-CE 6. Discriminate cases or circumstances in which not is should intervene directly by excess risk or by being specific to other professionals.

-7 CE. Discriminate the techniques that should not be the first speaker in an autonomous way, due to excessive risk or to be specific other professionals.

-8 CE. In different situations of staged accidents arise where different types of lesions, determines: ○ the priorities for action depending on the severity and type of injury.

○ techniques of first aid that should be applied.

Contents: Life support techniques. They are as follows:-objective and priorities of basic life support.

-Control of airway patency: ○ opening of the airway techniques.

○ Technical of cleaning and unclogging of it via air.

-Resuscitation cardiopulmonary basic: ○ breath Boca-Boca.

○ Breath mouth.

○ Massage cardiac external.

-Defibrillation external semi-automatic (DEA): ○ operation and maintenance of the defibrillator external semi-automatic.

○ Protocol of use.

○ Collection of data from a defibrillator external semi-automatic.

-Assessment continues from the rough.

-Attention initial in injury by agents physical:


-Injuries: fractures, dislocations and other traumatic injuries, foreign bodies in eye, ear and nose; wounds and bleeding. Choking.

-Heat or cold: Burns, heat, hyperthermia, hypothermia and frostbite.

○ Electricity: protocols in electrocution.

○ Radiation.

-Initial attention on injuries by chemical and biological agents: ○ types of chemicals and medications.

○ Pathways of entry and injuries.

○ Performances according to toxic and gateway.

○ Bites and stings.

○ Anaphylactic Shock.

-Attention initial in pathology organic of urgency.

-Protocols in urgent cardiovascular disorders: ischemic heart disease, heart failure.

-Protocols in respiratory disorders: bronchial asthma, respiratory failure.

-Protocols in neurological disorders: cerebral vascular accident, seizures in children and adults.

-Techniques for the management of them injecting subcutaneous, intramuscular and intravenous.

-Suturing techniques.

-Dressing of wounds. Asepsis.

-Administration of fluid.

-Performance initial in the birth imminent.

-Action limited to the framework of its competences.

-Implementation of standards and protocols of security and of self-protection personal.

− RA 4. Applied methods of mobilization and immobilization which allow the evacuation of the injured person if necessary.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. Explain and apply the basic methods to effect the rescue of a casualty.

-CE 2. It explains and applies the methods of immobilisation due when the person has to be moved.

-3 CE. In a properly characterized practical course of mobilization and immobilization of a rugged, choose the most appropriate method, given the possible injury of the victim or the circumstances of the accident.

-4 CE. In a practical course properly characterized, explained and applied to the rugged postural measures.

-EC 5. It explains and applies the impact can have an inappropriate transfer in the rugged.

-CE 6. Manufactures stretchers and systems for the immobilization and transportation of sick or injured using conventional materials and unspecific or means of fortune.

Contents. Application of immobilization and mobilization procedures. They are as follows:-casualty management protocol.

-Evaluation of the need for transfer: ○ situation in the area.

○ Identifying risks.

○ Indications and contraindications of the transfer.

-Positions of security and hopes of the rough.

-Immobilization techniques: ○ Fundamentals of performance to fractures.

○ Signs of the immobilization.

○ Technical General of immobilization.

-Techniques of mobilization:-indications of the mobilization in situation of risk.

-Techniques de mobilization simple.

-Preparation of stretchers and materials of immobilization simple.

-Protocol of security and self-protection personal.

− 5 RA. Applied techniques of support psychological and self-control.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. Explains the principles basic of the communication with the rugged.

-CE 2. Explains the mechanisms of defence of the personality and its application practice.

-3 CE. Lists the different elements of the communication.

-4 CE. In a so-called practical properly characterized of a situation which hinders communication and where assistance is provided to an injured person, applies enabling interpersonal communication techniques.

-EC 5. Enumerates the factors that predispose anxiety on accident or emergency situations.

-CE 6. In a properly characterized practical course where you specify different situations of environmental stress, specific techniques to be used for: ○ control a situation of mourning.

○ Control situations of anxiety and distress.

○ Control situations of aggression.

-7 CE. Before a non-successful application of first aid course (death of the injured person), describes the possible manifestations of stress of the person who helps and suggests actions to psychologically overcome failure.

Contents. Application of techniques of psychological support and self-control. They are as follows:-basic communication strategies: ○ elements of communication.

○ Types of communication.

○ the communication difficulties.

○ basic techniques of communication in situations of stress.

○ Communication with the victim.

○ Communication with family members.

-Assessment of the role of the first speaker: ○ reactions to stress.

○ basic techniques of psychological assistance to the speaker.

-Enabling interpersonal communication techniques: basic skills that improve communication.

-Factors stressors in accident and emergency situations.

-Mechanisms and techniques of psychological support.

(b) Organization of the health care Board.

Duration: 60 hours.

The results of learning (RA), which will include evaluation criteria and contents, are as follows: − RA 1. Determines immediate attention care practice staff embarked in emergency health situations, recognizing the nature and severity of the injuries and integrating the sequence of actions to perform.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. The evaluation of the emergency with the techniques of recognition of the signs and symptoms of external of the rugged skin, excretion, level of consciousness, breathing, pulse has been linked.

-CE 2. Is have practiced them performances conducive to restore her breathing and stimulate the resuscitation cardiopulmonary.

-3 CE. Is have related them procedures sequential for stop them various types of bleeding, with them means to use and the temporality of the actions.

-4 CE. Is have related them media and techniques of immobilization of injuries and fractures with your application according to the area body.

-EC 5. Is has identified the process and the sequence of action in them care of attention immediate before a trauma abdominal or thoracic closed according to the procedures established.

-CE 6. Is has identified the process and the sequence of action in them care of attention immediate before a trauma brain injury with loss of consciousness according to the procedures established.

-7 CE. Is have related them processes of poisoning by inhalation and ingestion with them symptoms that produces in the patient and with the performances of care health required.

Contents. Attention immediately to situations of emergency health. Are the following:-Anatomy and Physiology human applied to the emergency.

-Description of the structure and main functions of equipment, systems and organs of the human body.

-Maneuvers and technical exploratory and therapeutic Basic.

-Injuries: ○ System osteoarticular.

-Signs and symptoms of trauma of hard parts: cranial and spinal trauma.

○ immobilization techniques.

-Fractures: Open and closed. Symptomatology.

-Dislocations or dislocations. Strain or sprains.

-Bleeding: Typology and control.

-Injuries: treatment.

-Suffocation and cardiac arrest.

-Resuscitation: Cardiopulmonary breathing techniques.

-Intoxication.

− 2 RA. Valued the degree of application of them technical of attention immediate in them situations of urgency health produced by trauma frequent aboard, interpreting its symptomatology more common and recognizing and, in its case, practicing them procedures established.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. Is have related them accidents by cold and by heat (hypothermia and hit of heat), with the causes that them originate, symptomatology own, and with the performances of care health required.

-CE 2. Is have related them lesions in head, neck and back, with the application of the technical of immobilization local in the areas affected.

-3 CE. Is has effected the valuation of an eventually burn in a crew member depending on the extension and location of the area affected, depth of the injury and features of health of the patient.

-4 CE. Will have related them performances facing burns with the nature of the agent causing (heat, chemical, electrical)-CE 5. Is has identified the sequence of cleaning, disinfection and protection of a burn or freezing with the materials of the first aid kit.

-CE 6. Is have related them wounds susceptible of suture with the possible techniques to apply.

-7 CE. Is has practiced the procedure of application of a particular technical of suture, treatment and dressing of the wound.

-8 CE. Is has valued the importance of the asepsis and the technical associated according to the procedures established.

Contents. Assessment of technical of attention immediately to situations of urgency health. They are as follows:-techniques for the administration of the subcutaneous, intramuscular and intravenous injections.

-Hypothermia and heat stroke: treatment.

-Suturing techniques.

-Dressing of wounds. Asepsis.

-Treatment of dehydration.

-Performance in infectious processes.

-Burns and frostbite: ○ motivating agents.

○ Burns chemical and electrical.

○ Treatment: cleaning, disinfection and protection.

-Kit of first aid.


○ regulatory Kit types and composition.

○ Code of identification of the material included in the Kit.

-Administration of fluid.

-Use of urine and blood glucose test strips.

-Realization of the malaria test.

− RA 3. Detects the need of advice radio medical, identifying them emergency health by accident or disease of the patient and valuing the evolution in the treatment of the problem health on board.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. The criteria of gravity from the identification of a patient's vital signs have been recognized.

-CE 2. We have identified the signs and external values of shock in a patient in accordance with established protocol.

-3 CE. Is have related them signs and symptoms that indicate the anomalous works-lie of them organs vital, in accordance with the protocols of diagnostic determined in them manual health.

-4 CE. The data of the clinical history of the patient have been valued.

-EC 5. Is have used media computer for the completion of data, elaboration of the chips medical and management of the process.

-CE 6. Standards of care and attention to measures that must be applied in the event of death and dying have been identified.

-7 CE. Is have identified situations and emergencies of character medical that on Board of a vessel require consultation radio-medica.

-8 CE. It has been taken into account in the administration of medications, contraindications, side effects, and you interactions.

Contents. Need of advice radio medical. They are as follows:-assessment of the State of consciousness or unconsciousness of the victim.

-Location, identification and quantification of the presence or absence of breathing.

-Vital signs.

-Presence or absence of pulse. Features.

-Measuring equipment. Parameters. Range. Connection.

-Measurement of temperature and blood pressure.

-Values normal of them constant vital.

-Reflex pupil.

-Reports and medical records.

-Shock: ○ types of shock.

○ First aid.

○ general treatment of shock.

-Pathologies and situations requiring medical consultation by radio: ○ pathologies and lesions of the ears, nose, throat and eyes.

○ febrile navigating tropics syndrome.

-Standards of care and attention to dying: ○ real death and apparent death. Signs of death.

○ Performances in case of death.

○ a corpse onboard conservation techniques.

○ Registration of a corpse.

○ death certificate.

○ Regulations about burial at sea.

-Principles of administration of medication: ○ methodology for use of drugs.

○ active principle and trade name.

○ Incompatibilities between drugs. Effects side.

− RA 4. Determines them measures preventive and of hygiene, valuing the types of diseases and accidents that can affect to the personal embarked and attending to them standards of hygiene personal and of the medium that favor the health.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. Is has related it prevention facing the Parasitology and epidemiology with them technical of sanitation of the ship (disinfection, deratting, disinsection).

-CE 2. Acknowledged the importance of planning periodically measures on individual and collective hygiene, health and food handling, in order to avoid damages and risks of transmission of diseases in the crews and passengers.

-3 CE. Map of risks inherent to the spaces of the vessel was prepared in order to determine preventive measures leading to its reduction.

-4 CE. The major tropical diseases with the geographic regions where they may appear, have been associated with special reference to malaria and yellow fever.

-EC 5. The special hygiene measures that must be adopted in tropical climates have been identified.

-CE 6. Measures of malaria prevention (vaccination, chemoprophylaxis, anti-malarial medication, diagnostic kits and prevention of bites) in risk areas are planned.

-7 CE. The signs and symptoms of the major diseases of sexually transmitted infections (STIS), and in particular AIDS, mechanisms of transmission and preventive measures have been linked to.

-8 CE. Appreciated the consequences of acute alcohol poisoning and the effects of drugs on safety on board.

Contents. Prevention and hygiene on board. They are as follows:-individual and collective hygiene.

-Hygiene of the ship and the cargo: ○ installations of the ship.

○ cargo spaces.

○ living spaces.

○ Space power.

-Parasitology and Epidemiology: infection, parasitism, prophylaxis, infestation.

-Techniques of ship sanitation: disinfection, disinsection.

-Pest control.

-Hygiene environmental: ventilation, heating, cooling, air conditioning, lighting.

-Hygiene of the food: ○ the water, the food.

-Needs minimum of calories, proteins and of trace elements. Diet balanced.

-Diseases tropical: ○ diseases tropical and regions geographic. Malaria and fever yellow.

○ Protection personal against the bite of the mosquito with application on the individual and on them accommodations.

○ Measures special of hygiene to adopt in climate tropical.

-Accidents of work and diseases professional: ○ regulations on accidents of work, disease professional and prevention of risks labour.

○ occupational risk in the maritime fishing sector. Prevention.

-Diseases of sexually transmitted infections (STIS): mechanisms of contagion.

-Symptoms, prevention.

-Quarantine diseases.

-Abuse of drugs, alcohol and other psychiatric emergencies: ○ main drugs of abuse and its effects.

○ Consequences of acute alcohol poisoning and effects of drugs on safety on board.

-Vaccination in the worker of the sea.

-Sanitary regulations.

-Book of naval hygiene.

-Variations in the climate.

− 5 RA. Characterized the means available on board to meet any possible evacuation and transfer of the patient/accident, interpreting the documentation of the vessel and applying health methodology.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. Different methods of rescue and transportation of an injured man with maneuvers have been linked to the number of lifeguards.

-CE 2. The type of stretcher is planned to reduce risk of aggravation of the accident during the transport and evacuation.

-3 CE. The sequence of sanitary performances of preparation of the rugged has been characterized for its evacuation or transfer.

-4 CE. He has been the handling of the accident by supposed bruises or injuries, avoiding collateral damage to prevent major injuries.

-EC 5. Positioning techniques applied on a stretcher of the patient with position of safety on the basis of a presumed pathology, it has been busted and release and transport has been carried out.

-CE 6. Identified operations transportation of a patient with possible injury to spine according to established procedures.

-7 CE. Medical evacuation sheets have been completed.

-8 CE. It has been taken into account the configuration of spaces of the vessel in accordance with the technical documentation, in order to facilitate the transfer and evacuation of the patient / accident in terms of efficacy and safety.

Contents. Evacuation and transfer of the patient injured. Are the following:-preparation of the injured / ill for its evacuation or transfer: ○ application of measures of first aid.

-Techniques of manipulation of the rugged with trauma.

-Techniques for immobilization of a fracture.

-Techniques of immobilization of the wounded in case of trauma of column vertebral.

-Techniques of positioning in camilla.

-Operations of trincado and release of the patient.

-Kit of first aid. Types: ○ instruments.

○ Material of cure.

○ various drugs.

-Stretchers: ○ types.

Alternative media ○ of transport and evacuation.

○ Use on a ship.

-Handling of rescue and transportation of an injured/sick.

-Measures to observe for the rescue helicopter: ○ zone selection.

○ Signaling and communications buque-helicoptero.

− RA 6. You query radio-medica describing the symptoms of the patient, and applying the methodology and rules established.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-EC 1. The information has been identified to be transmitted in the consultation radiomedica (initial assessment of the State of the patient, history of basic clinical, description of the event, among others) - CE 2. The interrogation that is made to a patient for approaching a diagnosis according to established protocol has been characterized.

-3 CE. The situation of an individual and the bodies vital major anatomical regions, has been identified as set forth in the manual for reference radio-medicas.

-4 CE. Is have related them devices and systems that make up the body human-not, with their bases physiological more elementary.

-EC 5. Is has made consultation medical by radio applying the methodology and normative specific, starting from a so-called case of sick / injured.


-CE 6. Types of first aid regulations have been linked on board with its minimum contents and scope.

-7 CE. Is has organized and executed the activity according to the instructions received, with criteria of quality and safety, applying the procedures established.

Contents: Radio-medica consultation procedures. Are the following:-services radio of information medical in assistance health on board: ○ nomenclature of stations radio for services radio-medicos.

○ Methodology and regulatory for communications.

○ Services through communications by satellite.

-Procedures for the collection, editing and transmission of patient data.

-Tabs medical of evacuation.

-Radio medical procedure manuals.

-International medical guide for ships.

-Medical records.

-Guide of use of drugs.

3. English foreign language module.

Duration: 100 hours.

The results of learning (RA), which will include evaluation criteria and contents, are as follows: − RA 1. He understands solvent so conversations in standard language, interpreting the general sense of the message.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. Has demonstrated have sufficient capacity to understand conversations on themes social or professional of the life everyday.

-CE2. It is able to understand a wide variety of specific issues, such as personal and family, personal and general interest public affairs issues, issues related to the presented work by descriptions of people, places and things; stories about events current, past and future.

-SG3. It shows ability to follow essential points of a discussion or chat on topics related to their work.

-CE4. Recognized mechanisms of cohesion and signs of Organization for a language more complex, although can not recognize different levels stylistic.

-CE5. You can follow a speech to paragraph-by-paragraph even when there is a significant wealth of details.

-CE6. Only occasionally understands words or expressions in unfavourable conditions (e.g.: through external speakers or a very emotional situation)-sg7. It is able to understand the general meaning of the spoken language of the media, or between native speakers, that require specialized or sophisticated language understanding.

-NE8. Understand the general meaning of the speech and is able to understand facts, but not the subtleties of the language used to explain them.

Contents. Analysis of oral messages. They are as follows:-obtaining information global and specific lectures and speeches on specific topics and with some abstraction.

-Strategies to understand and to infer non-explicit meanings: main ideas. Contextual cues in oral texts on various topics or to check understanding.

-Global understanding of a message, without the need to understand each and every one of the elements of the same.

-Understanding of professional and everyday messages: ○ direct, telephone, radio, recorded messages.

○ specific terminology of the profession.

○ main and secondary Ideas. Identification of the elements of oral discourse communicative purpose.

○ Resources grammatical: times verbal, prepositions, idioms, ex-pressure of the condition and doubt, use of the voice passive, prayers of relative, style indirect, verbs prepositional, verbs modal and others.

○ Other linguistic resources: tastes and preferences, suggestions, arguments, instructions, agreements and disagreements, hypothesis and speculation, opinions and advice, persuasion and warning.

○ Different accents of language oral.

○ Identification of records with greater or lesser degree of formality depending on the intention communicative and of the context of communication.

○ Use of strategies for understanding and infer meaning by the context of words, expressions unknown e information implied in texts oral on themes professional.

− 2 RA. Emits messages oral understandable using sentences simple and grammar simple, with domain of them times verbal, about topics specific and known.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. Is has shown the capacity of talk about themes social everyday and professional of the life everyday. In these situations, has carried out the following tasks: describe people, places and things; storytelling activities present, past and future of form complete but in paragraphs simple; express acts; compare and contrast; give simple instructions and guidelines; ask and answer predictable questions.

-CE2. He has participated with security in common and informal discussions on specific topics such as procedures of work, family, personal experiences and interests, travel and current events.

-SG3. He has been creative in General communicative situations of daily use, such as related with their person or accommodation dialogues; for example you can you have complicated, extensive and detailed guidelines and unanticipated changes in travel or other plans.

-CE4. He has been able to converse with native speakers accustomed not to talk to strangers, although the natives have had to adapt to some of its limitations.

-CE5. He has combined and joined phrases in a speech of certain length.

-CE6. It dominates the simple grammatical structures, but used with imprecision or avoids the more complex.

-NE7. You have used vocabulary suitable for very often used expressions, but it is unusual or imprecise in other circumstances.

-NE8. Errors in pronunciation, vocabulary and grammar can sometimes distort the meaning. However, talk properly to the situation, even if not perfectly master the spoken language.

Contents. Production of oral messages. They are as follows:-oral messages: ○ records used in the issuance of messages oral according to the degree of formality.

○ specific terminology of the profession.

○ common and idiomatic expressions in the professional field.

○ Basic Formulas of interaction socio-professional at the international level.

○ grammatical resources: tenses, prepositions, verbs with prepositions, idioms, expression of the condition and doubt, use of the passive voice, prayers of relative, indirect style, manners and others.

○ Other linguistic resources: tastes and preferences, suggestions, arguments, instructions, agreements and disagreements, hypothesis and speculation, opinions and advice, persuasion and warning.

○ Phonetics. Sounds and vowel phonemes and their combinations and sounds and consonantal phonemes and their groupings.

○ linguistic markers of social relations, rules of courtesy and differences in registration.

-Maintenance and monitoring of oral discourse: ○ informal conversations improvised on everyday issues and of their professional field. Participation. User personal. Exchange of information of interest personal.

○ Resources used in the planning of the message orally to facilitate the communication. Sequencing. Use of circumlocution and paraphrase to supplement deficiencies linguistic and mechanisms to give coherence and cohesion to the speech.

○ Speech oral and media to express what it wants to communicate.

○ Adaptation to the situation and to the receiver, adopting a log proper.

○ Strategies for participate and keep the interaction and to negotiate meanings: elements para-textuales, clarify opinions, summarize, ask or repeat with others words part of it said to confirm the understanding mutual.

○ Making, maintenance and transfer of the speaking time.

○ Support, demonstration of understanding and request for clarification, among others.

○ Intonation as a resource of cohesion of the oral text: use of intonation patterns.

− RA 3. He plays known issues information in teaching intermediate and texts conventional simple and adapted.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. It has understood enough simple material written in a simple way about known issues.

-CE2. He has been able to read direct, concrete and simple texts that include descriptions of people, places and things; narrations about past, present, and future events. These contexts include articles that describe common situations, simple biographical information, social reviews, routine letters of business and simple technical material for an average reader.

-SG3. He has been able to read simple texts on familiar topics that normally occur in a predictable sequence that helps the reader in understanding.

-CE4. It has been able to understand and set ideas and fundamental details in material written for the common reader and answer questions about these texts.

-CE5. He has understood easily prose that is built with phrases and turns of frequent use.

-CE6. Is capable of decoding the texts by the context and their experience of the world real. Can be slow in the development of these tasks, and also may confuse some information.

-NE7. Is capable of summarize, sort and locate information specific in texts of a level top related with its field professional, but of form inconsistent and little reliable.

Contents. Interpretation of messages written. Are the following:


-Prediction of information starting from elements textual and not textual in texts written on themes different.

-Computer, bibliographic, and digital resources to solve problems of comprehension or to search for information, ideas and opinions necessary for the accomplishment of a task.

-Understanding of messages, texts, articles basic professional and everyday: ○ stands telematics: fax, e-mail, burofax.

○ specific terminology of the profession.

○ Analysis of the errors more frequent. Synonyms and antonyms, descriptive adjectives.

○ main Idea and secondary ideas. Identification of the purpose communicative of them elements textual and of the form of organizing the information distinguishing the parts of the text.

○ grammatical resources: tenses, prepositions, verbs with prepositions, use of the passive voice, relative sentences, reported speech, modal verbs, verbs followed by infinitive or forms in '-ing», use of shapes in «-ing» after certain verbs, prepositions and function of subject, participles in «-ing» or «-ed» and other.

○ logical relationships: opposition, concession, comparison, condition, cause, purpose, result.

○ Relations time: before, after and concurrency.

○ Understanding of implicit meaning, positions or points of view in articles and reports relating to specific professional themes or current.

○ Strategies of reading according to the genus textual, the context of communication and the purpose that is pursued.

− RA 4. Prepares documents of office and social routine apply with correction the structures grammatical.

(EC) evaluation criteria, which are as follows:-1. Has written correspondence simple of type personal and of work, and documents related with them, as memoranda, reports brief and letters personal about topics everyday.

-CE2. It has managed to do to record facts, give directions, make descriptions of people, places and things; narrating paragraphs though of simple present, past and future activities.

-SG3. Has been able to combine and join sentences getting a coherent text; compare paragraphs and connect them into reports and correspondence.

-CE4. He has been able to structure ideas according to a few main points or a simple sequence of events. However, the correlation of ideas may not always be clear and transitions are unnatural.

-CE5. It has demonstrated mastery of grammatical structures often used, although you may use with imprecision or avoid the more complex.

-CE6. He used a vocabulary suitable for frequent use with some circumlocutions topics.

-NE7. Maybe the errors in grammar, vocabulary, spelling, and punctuation to distort the meaning. However, the individual writes generally appropriate for the occasion, although mastery of written language is not always consistent.

Contents. Issuance of written texts. They are as follows:-composition of a variety of texts of some complexity. Planning and review. Use of mechanisms of organization, coordination and cohesion of the text.

-Expression and filling in everyday and professional texts and messages.

○ Curriculum vitae and telematic media: fax, e-mail, burofax.

○ specific terminology of the profession.

○ main Idea and secondary ideas. Communicative purpose of textual elements and the way of organizing the information distinguishing the parts of the text.

○ Resource grammar: tenses, prepositions, prepositional verbs, modal verbs, idioms, use of the passive voice, prayers of relative, indirect style. Links: «because of», «since», «although», «even if», «in spite of», «despite», «however», «in contrast', among others.

-Logical relationships: opposition, concession, comparison, condition, cause, purpose, result, consequence.

-Sequencing of the written speech: «first», «after», «then», «finally».

-Derivation: suffix to form adjectives and nouns.

-Temporal relationships: prior, subsequent, concurrency.

-Textual coherence: ○ adaptation of the text to the communicative context.

○ Type and format of text.

○ Variety of language. Record. Use appropriate to the reader to which goes directed the text.

○ Selection lexical, of structures syntactic and of content relevant.

○ Structures formal in those texts written. Selection and application.

○ Management logic of sentences and paragraphs. Coherent texts. Appropriate link elements.

○ Investment: after «neither», «North» and «so». After negative expressions and «only».

○ Beginning of speech and introduction of the topic. Development and expansion: exemplification. Conclusion and summary of the speech.

○ Use of punctuation marks.

ANNEX II structure of the report justifying this report sets the training programme to be submitted by the different bodies involved, in order to get the approval of the corresponding curriculum. It is the commitment on the characteristics of the training is to impart and conditions that will develop.

Its structure responds to a design curriculum that contemplates them objectives, them content, those procedures and them media involved in the process of teaching-learning.

1. Description of the curriculum.

1.1 name.

1.2 army applicant.

1.3 centers on who is taught the teaching, specifying courses and periods.

1.4 squares of incorporation to the scale laid down in the next three years.

1.5 workload in hours associated with the curriculum and duration depending on the form of income and backgrounds.

2. objectives of the curriculum.

2.1 fundamental speciality profiles.

2.2. General competences (CG) (Appendix 1).

2.3 specific competences (EC) by fundamental speciality (Appendix 2).

Profiles and competences will be that determined by the Undersecretary of Defense and heads of State most of the army, the Navy and the air force, in the field of their respective competencies. For those who enter without title of senior technician, ensures minimum training in those priority areas referred to in article 10 of the Royal Decree 1538 / 2006, of 15 December, which establishes the general management of the vocational training of the educational system.

3. students access.

3.1. procedure of host students who enter by direct access and not credited prior military training. The actions of reception and accommodation of the student to the school should be included at this point.

3.2 procedure for support and guidance to students. Accessible information systems related curriculum, Center, teachers and services offered by the Centre.

4. planning of the teachings.

4.1 distribution of the plan of studies (PLAEST) by modules training (Appendix 3).

4.2 structure of the modules training expressed in results of learning and criteria of assessment (Appendix 4).

4.3 tabs of those modules training of the PLAEST (Appendix 5).

4.4 relationship between modules training and skills (Appendix 6).

4.5 planning temporary of the PLAEST (Appendix 7).

5. recognition in hours. For them from of them scales of troop or crew, is established for the entry by promotion, them hours UPV by its homologous of the teaching of training. The calculation of the hours will be referred to them results of learning of each module training.

6. results expected. Degree, neglect and efficiency rates.

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