Principles of Active Citizenship

Starting at ZAR 11828.00
10 weeks duration

Learn key principles such as teamwork, conflict management, problem identification, prioritisation of projects and creating action plans.

A country can only run efficiently if the three major stakeholders work together: Government, business and civil society. In any community, it is important that citizens are proactive and helpful in solving problems and being solution-oriented. Currently, many communities across the world are disempowered – either by not knowing how to get involved in a productive manner or because they do not want to play their part. For society to progress, everyone needs to be positive and empowered to make an impactful and sustainable change one problem at a time. Imagine how much better our lives would be if we had the commitment and effort of all citizens in doing the best for their community? This course is a “how to” guide that puts you on the right track to becoming an active citizen. The modules are designed to help you to start a project, work through each element of it and finally complete it and create a portfolio of evidence to prove you made a difference.

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Damelin Online
Damelin Online
Private College · 166 courses
Damelin Online is an online learning platform that offers a wide range of courses and programs in various fields of study. It is a subsidiary of Damelin, a well-known private education institution in South Africa. Damelin Online provides flexible and accessible learning opportunities for individuals who want to enhance their skills, gain new knowledge, or pursue a career change. The platform offers interactive and engaging online courses, allowing students to study at their own pace and convenience. With a team of experienced instructors and a user-friendly interface, Damelin Online aims to provide quality education and support to learners from all walks of life.
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