At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand the main legal institutions that refer to the welfare state, both with reference to social security and social assistance, as well as to orient themselves in the relevant legislation.
The course aims to enable the student to achieve the following educational objectives:
- Develop a thorough understanding of social security law;
- Acquire a broad ability to understand how the social security system works;
- Be able to apply their knowledge in order to be able to analyze legal documents (laws, jurisprudential rulings) and deal with concrete cases relating to personnel management;
- Acquire the basic knowledge for a theoretical-dogmatic analysis of the social security system;
- Being able to read and interpret the topics dealt with critically;
- Acquire the ability to express oneself with a clear and correct vocabulary and demonstrate a good command of the technical-legal language connected to the subject matter.
Specifically, the course aims to achieve the following results:
- Knowledge and understanding skills: at the end of the course, students are expected to acquire the tools for understanding the rules governing our social security system, and to gain a comprehensive knowledge of social security regulations, and to gain an advanced knowledge of the main topics;
- Practise knowledge and understanding skills: at the end of the course, students are expected to be able to use the knowledge gained to analyse legal documents (laws, sentences) and, therefore, to handle case studies regarding the staff management;
- Making judgments: at the end of the course, students are expected to read and interpret critically the topics dealt with, combining both the knowledge gained and their own point of view. This means that they will be able to manage different aspects of the subject autonomously and critically.
- Comunication skills: at the end of the course, students are expected to express themselves clearly and properly and to use the technical-legal language of the subjects.
- Learning skills: at the end of the course, students are expected to develop their understanding skills and to acquire, autonomously, professional skills necessary to enter the labour market.