To help them enter the job market, Childhood Education and Primary Teaching graduates receive specialized training adapted to the educational needs of society. Furthermore, various educational institutions give presentations and carry out recruitment processes at the School during students' final years.
This training will enable students to work in:
Mainstream and special schools, in both the public and private sectors.
Associations and organizations that promote the education of people with physical and/or cognitive disabilities.
Hospital education and hospital classroom services.
Companies that produce teaching materials.
Article 92 of Organic Law 2 of May 3, 2006, on Education, defines the profession of Early Childhood Education Teacher as a regulated profession requiring possession of the appropriate official undergraduate degree, obtained, in this case, in accordance with the provisions of Article 12.9 of Royal Decree 1393 of October 29, 2007, which regulates official university education under the terms set out in the Agreement of the Council of Ministers of December 14, 2007, published in the Official State Bulletin of December 21, 2007, by Resolution of the State Secretary for Universities and Research of December 17, 2007.