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|Spanish term or phrase: graduado social|
|"social law graduate"?|
|Labour Relations Specialist (NOT a lawyer)|
Only 3 years of study required, and it used to be possible to start in High School.
La Diplomatura en Relaciones Laborales, antes denominada Graduado Social, tiene como objetivos proporcionar una formación adecuada en las bases teóricas y en las técnicas de organización del trabajo y de la gestión de personal, así como de la ordenación jurídica del trabajo y de la Seguridad Social. Es decir, forma técnicos especialistas en materias laborales y su campo de actuación se encuentra en el mundo del trabajo, desde la ordenación jurídica del mismo hasta la gestión del personal.
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Other pressures on this monopoly of abogados come from the categories of professionals that deal with social security law and labour law matters (the graduados sociales), they are not, in general, permitted to appear in court on behalf of clients. Traditionally their activities are related to employment law aspects but they are however increasingly expanding and offering a generalised legal advice service. Where they advise within the competence of their profession no falta is committed. A linked category of professional is the Trabajo Social though only recently have they had to possess University degrees (diplomado = a first cycle three year degree).
In 1989 a three year degree called the diplomado, mainly specialising in Labour Law, was introduced for the graduados sociales.>>
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