Learners will be exposed to different types of social stratification and inequality. Learners will have the opportunity to explore the influence of stratification on the life chances of individuals and groups in society, and the opportunities for social mobility. Subject content will cover different forms of stratification, sociological theories of stratification, various structural factors, such as gender and ethnicity, as sources of differentiation, and social mobility. Learners will be guided to investigate this content in relation to inequalities in society and to critically evaluate the ‘egalitarian’ rationale that underpins ‘open’ democratic societies.
Jobseekers who are seeking employment and would like to Register for work, can:
Disabled jobseekers can contact the Lino Spiteri Foundation on the following numbers:
LSF Malta: 22201765-8
LSF Gozo: 22201965
Further guidelines on the registration process can be found here.
Employers who need to recruit employees can contact us on 22201600 for assistance.
Further guidelines on how to open vacancies online can be found here.
Employers who are going to dismiss or have recently dismissed employees including Third Country Nationals are requested to contact 153.
Details about applications for Third Country Nationals who were previously in possession of a valid residence permit/work permit and who had their employment terminated as of March 2020 can be found here.