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DISH Courses

The DISH courses focus on key skills for employment, resilience and stability. All courses also include personal resilience and life skill parts. Tip: you can follow more than one course!
All courses offer guidance and mentors that can help you make the next step to employment. If you come up with a good business proposal, you could be awarded further guidance and funding to further develop your idea.

Peace Building and Conflict Resolution Diplomacy (PBCRD)

Conflicts can occur between countries, communities, within companies and families. This course focuses on skills that students can use to resolve conflicts, such as language, communication, and mediation.

Peace Communication, ICT and Media (PCICTM)

This course will teach students the language of peace. It will build skills for them to communicate online and offline, like journalism. Students learn to effectively communicate their message and engage with their audience.

Legal Justice System (curriculum Rule of Law, RoL)

This course will teach basic skills and foundations of law and the justice systems. From traditional justice to international justice, the course teaches students what they need to obtain a certificate showing that they master the basics of the legal justice system and the Rule of Law.

Community and customary law (CCL)

Community and Customary Law is focused on the traditional aspects of justice and community. It covers governance, customary law, and the principles of mediation. Gender and customary law are also key aspects in this course.

Business administration (BA)

Business Administration will teach students what they need to know about working in the private sector or setting up their own business. From start to finish, the course covers economic principles and regulations, teaches about finances and investment, and educates on what is needed to start up on one’s own business, and how to keep your books and accounting in order.

Computer Science Level 1 (CS1)

The digital world is growing fast and offers new opportunities for young professionals. Computer Science Level 1 teaches the basic computer skills and Information technology support and project management. It also teaches students how to put these skills to use to gain employment.

Computer science Level 2 (CS2)

Students who know the basics of computer science or have completed Computer Science level 1 can enroll in computer science level 2. This course introduces the students to programming language, data science and business intelligence. It also allows students to choose an optional tech-skills module.

Computer science Level 3 (CS3)

Students who have more advanced computer skills or who have completed the other Computer Science courses can enroll in Computer Science 3. This course covers the cutting edge of data and making data Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, and Reusable (FAIR). After this training, students will be ready to work with the newest data developments.

Community Mental Health (CMH)

This course teaches students the basics of becoming an assistant in mental health and apply a short programme that reduces stress and builds community resilience. The course teaches students to recognise the challenges in communities, to roll out the resilience programme within communities, and to work with the medical services. It also teaches students to address issues such as violence, suicide and parenting problems.

Community health (CH)

This course trains students to become an assistant community health worker. In three months, the course covers the basics of healthcare, including maternity and child health, immunization, first aid, hygiene and treatment of common diseases.. It also shows students how to deal with COVID-19 and other emerging health crises in their community.

Primary school teaching (PST)

The course on primary school teaching will educate students on the basics of how to be a teacher. The course gives students an overview of what information children should learn and how they can effectively communicate this to them. At the end of the course, you will be assisted to do an internship at a school to put your new skills to work.