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FAQ

1. What is the FCT?

2. What is an FCT collaboration contract?

3. Which laws regulate it?

4. Which centers participate?

5. What are the conditions of the internship?

6. How much are the processing fees?

7. What types of students are available?

1. What is the FCT?

They are non-labor training internships that are carried out by students from secondary centers in workplaces located near the center where they study through an agreement between the school and the company.

These internships are part of the educational program (curricular).

2. What is an FCT collaboration contract?

It is an agreement, following the official model, between the school and the company that allows students doing non-mandatory secondary studies to participate in internships without compensation in order to complete their education.

3. Which laws regulate it?

ORDER ENS/193/2002, of June 5, which regulates practical training in the workplace and collaboration contracts between companies and schools (DOGC num. 3657, de 14.06.2002).

4. Which centers participate?

CENTRE D.ESTUDIS ROCA
Avinguda Meridiana, 263 08027 Barcelona

secretaria@ceroca.com

ETP MONLAU

ETP EL CLOT

IES SALVADOR SEGUÍ

IES JOAN D.ÀUSTRIA

IES FÒRUM 2004 

C/ Llull, s/n Sant Adrià del Besòs:
a8040151@xtec.cat
;
dfreixes@xtec.cat
;
mjuan27@xtec.cat

IES RAMBLA PRIM

IES MANUEL VÁZQUEZ MONTALBÁN
C/ Carme, 126 Sant Adrià del Besòs

albertovila@gmx.net

IES POBLENOU

ESCOLA TÚRBULA

IES SANTA TERESA DE JESÚS
C/ Mallorca, 509 08026 Barcelona

IES JOSEP SERRAT I BONASTRE

IES JOSE MANUEL ZAFRA 

C/ Rogent, 51 08026 Barcelona

5. What types of students are available?

 

DEPARTMENT

SPECIALIZATION

ADMINISTRATION

Administration and finance
Administrative management
Secretarial

BUSINESS
AND MARKETING

Business
International Business
Business Management and Marketing

CONSTRUCTION AND

PUBLIC WORKS

Development of urban-planning projects and topographic operations Development and application of construction projects

Development of public works plans  

ELECTRICITY AND ELECTRONICS

Electronic product development
Consumer electronics
Electro-technical equipment and installation
Automatic regulation and control systems
Telecommunication and computer systems

COMPUTER SCIENCES

Computer systems administration 
Software development
Computer system operations

MAINTENANCE AND PRODUCTION SERVICES

Facilities and process maintenance and installation 
Development of liquid, thermal and maintenance facilities

Heating and cooling systems installation and maintenance
Electromechanical installation and machinery maintenance

MECHANIZED MANUFACTURING

Mechanization
Mechanical project development
Mechanized production

6. How much are the processing fees?

 

22@Barcelona will not charge any extra fees for the service they provide companies and organizations. All costs are subject to processing fees established by each university.

7. What are the conditions of the internship?

TIME CONSIDERATIONS

Daily and weekly hours

During the school year (from the 2nd fortnight of September to the 1st fortnight of June) students may work a maximum of 4 hours per day. They mustn.t do more than 20 h/week.

In the summer (2nd fortnight of June, July and the 1st fortnight of September) students may work a maximum of 7 hours per day. They mustn.t do more than 35h/week.

Most centers do not allow students to work in August.

Weekdays

Students may do their internship a maximum of 5 days per week, from Monday to Saturday.

In theory interns may not work on Sundays. If this were necessary, special permission would have to be requested and it is not always granted.

Timetable

In theory, the internship must take place within the standard institutional timetable, which considers 8am to 2pm to be morning and 2pm to 10pm to be afternoon. So, the internships must take place between 8am and 10pm. If it were necessary to work outside these hours, special permission would have to be requested.

FORMAL ASPECTS

Internship contract

The internships will be formalized using an internship contract, which should not be confused with a labor contract.

Monetary compensation

Since there are no labor obligations, there is no regulated monetary compensation. However, due to the nature of the internship, we recommend giving the interns some kind of compensation, which can be declared as per diems, transportation allowances or whatever the company considers appropriate.

Holidays

Interns are not workers. They are students at the educational center. As such, they are entitled to take off the designated school holidays. However, if both the company and the intern are interested, special agreements can be reached.

Insurance

The internship contract includes the governmental school insurance. Apart from this, other complementary measures may be taken if deemed necessary.

Advisor

Interns must have a qualified advisor in the company who will be in direct contact with the student throughout their stay. The advisor will evaluate the intern in their time at the company and report to their university periodically and participate in a final evaluation

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






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