- Rønningen folkehøgskole
- Telephone: 21 02 36 00
- E-mail: email@example.com
- Course length: All year
- Study tour: Palestina og Israel
- Foundation: ChristianThe Christian folk high schools are built on Christian values. They are owned by, or associated with, Christian organizations or denominations. They encourage students with different interests and beliefs to apply.
Food: Vegetarian, veganMost schools will accommodate food allergies and other dietary needs. If you have questions, please contact the school directly.
- Environmental certification: FairtradeGrønt flagg
- Location: Oslo
- Start-up date: 26.08.2023
- Price: from 123 000,-
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Are you passionate about social work and society’s issues? This is the course in which the city will be your classroom, and the people in it your textbook.
Who is this class suitable for?
The class of Social Engagement is directed to those who desire to challenge their own thinking and are eager to take active part in the formation of a better society in a knowledgeable, unprejudiced way. You must be able to communicate in Norwegian (Lessons are mainly given in Norwegian)
You will learn about:
- Oslo – the city of inequalities
- Addiction issues and rehabilitation
- Poverty and differences in Norway
- Environment and Heredity
- Exclusion and racism
- Physical disabilities
- Volunteer work
- Life on the street and the homeless in Oslo
- Social and diaconal work
- Psychological health
- Child and family care
- Early involvement (?)
- Crime and punishment
- Care for the elderly
- Cultural understanding across national borders
- Social work through field work
What is expected from you:
- That you understand and speak Norwegian very well (Requirement)
- That you display curiosity and wish to learn from others
- That you are open to new experiences
- That you are motivated to have your part in creating a good environment and community
The teacher: Lillian Skjold Rafoss ( firstname.lastname@example.org )
Lillian loves coffee, sunsets, and everyday moments. She always meets you with a smile on her face, at all times ready to have a talk around life’s small or big questions. She has worked five years in the Norwegian Seamen’s Church in New Orleans and Stockholm, which has given her enhanced understanding of identity, culture, and traditions.