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Guilds in the Middle Ages

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Pablo Díaz

on 25 April 2017

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Goal of the guild:
Guilds in the Middle Ages

They had local scope.
Divided into professional scales.
They controlled all the craft activity.
Strict norms were regulated.
They were part of the brotherhoods.
The learners
The Guild was divided into: Teachers, Officers and Learners.
The officers

It was the middle category of the Guild. It was a category not very well defined in which matured and acquired perfection in the trade. He had no fixed time, but his legal position was better, with all rights and duties.
Los Maestros
They were the superior category of the Guild that was acceded after the passing of a practical test, which gave the possibility to open own workshop, to contract works or to establish forms of commercialization.
The teachers welcomed the apprentices into their home and lived with them. Craftsmen belonging to a guild used to live in the same street, so they received the name of the specialty
The Guilds
The guild was a type of economic association of European origin, also implanted in the colonies, that grouped the craftsmen of the same office, that appeared in the medieval cities and extended until ends of the Modern Age.
Achieve a balance between the demand for works and the number of active workshops, guaranteeing the work to its associates, its economic well-being and the learning systems.
The Apprentices were those who started in the profession. They signed a "learning contract", it was legal and involved a teacher willing to teach and an apprentice who wanted to learn.
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