Contents of the course
During this course, you will – learn about the relevance of respect for human rights and a democratic value base as the foundation of professional thinking and practice – learn about culture- and gender-sensitive work approaches The contents of this course are diversity, inclusion, culture and gender sensitive work approaches.
Course is suited for anyone interested in human rights and diversity in the context of youth work and NGO’s.
The studies take place at the Humak campus in Nurmijärvi.
- A good command of the English language, both spoken and written (the studies are conducted in English).
- Good social skills and an ability to work in a multicultural setting in diverse student groups.
Why Study at Humak Open University of Applied Sciences?
Humak University of Applied Sciences operates in the whole of Finland and is the country’s biggest educator in the following fields: youth work, organizational work, work community development, adventure and outdoor education, cultural management, and interpreting and linguistic accessibility.
Humak has about 2000 degree students and about 160 experts in various positions. Finland’s unique open university of applied sciences system and Humak’s extensive online training make high-quality academic studies available to everyone with affordable costs regardless of students’ background. Thousands of students take advantage of our wide selection of online courses every year.