O estágio remunerado no curso de Educação Física: desafios da formação e do mundo do trabalho

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The non-mandatory remunerated internship is understood as an educational act that aims at preparing for productive work, according to Law n. 11.788/2008, it comprises the political pedagogical project of the course and the academic itinerary as a complementary activity in the training of the intern for the world of work, which corresponds to the relationship between work and training. Thus, the internship policy is inserted in the discussion of productive restructuring, in the deregulation of labor rights and in the question of the insertion of the intern in the increasingly competitive and competing labor market. The internship conditions have a similarity with the employment relationship governed by the CLT and are characterized as an atypical type of work prone to the alienation process of the intern. Therefore, the objective of this research was to analyze the remunerated internship policy as part of the initial formation of students in Physical Education at FEFD, in the relationship between formation and work based on the Law n. 11.788/2008, and its implications for the type of work linked to the process student insertion in the internship field. The methodological proposal is supported by the qualitative approach of the type of descriptive research, in which the scenario was the Faculdade de Educação Física e Dança (FEFD), of the Universidade Federal de Goiás (UFG), and the remunerated internship field in Physical Education in the city of Goiânia, Goiás. To carry out the field research, 22 insterns, 4 teachers-mentors from FEFD and 2 supervisors from the internship field were involved. We opted for the use of interviews with the teachers-mentors of FEFD and supervisors of the internship field, and the use of a questionnaire with the trainees. With the result of the analysis of the collected data, it was concluded that the intern's motivation for the non-mandatory remunerated internship is presented for three reasons: the economic, the professional and the training. For the internship field, the internship has a double interest, to reduce expenses in hiring interns and to prepare them for the job market. The intern's field of activity was predominantly the gym, with the bodybuilding activity that demands more non-mandatory paid internship positions compared to the educational area, and it has been the non-school Physical Education area that has expanded and diversified the most. The intern inserted in this context under the interest of acquiring professional experience living a type of training with emphasis on the traditional-sports model with a pragmatic and instrumental vision. Therefore, the space of the internship is marked by changes in precarious forms of work, the interns find themselves exploited when they sell their workforce for a low remuneration and without labor costs and are still treated like professionals. In this way, the distortion of the formative issue in carrying out the internship makes the intern a type of precarious and sometimes alienated worker, making it difficult to develop humanizing work and training through praxis, meaning that the work developed still in formation is presented in a precarious, flexible and exploited condition, like the teaching work scenario.



BATISTA, M. M. O estágio remunerado no curso de Educação Física: desafios da formação e do mundo do trabalho. 2020. 203 f. Dissertação (Mestrado em Educação) - Universidade Federal de Goiás, Goiânia, 2020.