Khoisan Indigenous Identity
Module 1- History of South Africa’s Khoi and San (lecture) - “How the land was lost and Khoisan became farm workers”
Module 2- Who am I in relation to indigenous history (personal storytelling) – “Be brave and tell your story”
Module 3- Farm work and the legacy of alcohol abuse (Dop system) and domestic violence linked to slave/farm-based punishment systems.
Module 4- Indigenous language and human rights – “The power of language and identity”.
Module 5- Consolidation and Evaluation - Reconstructing identity

Khoisan Indigenous Identity

$ 550.00
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About this course

One day ONLINE seminar on Khoisan indigenous identity based on the newest books Bastaards of Humans by Dr Ruben Richards. www.bastaardsorhumans.co.za

Target audience

This is an intensive program for learners willing to become employable workers and contributors to office administration in various institutions

Duration

4 to 6 hours per week for year modules.

Benefits

This knowledge you gain in each successive qualification builds on the last, allowing you to take on key functions and increased responsibility in your workplace.

ICB Accredited business Qualification

We offer all of the ICB Qualifications and ICB Learning Programmes designed to get you qualified and equipped for the Job. We provide you with online lecturer support.

Syllabus

• Delegates will develop confidence to articulate and present their personal history. • Delegates will gain a better understanding of indigenous history and identity with particular reference to rural/farm-based life. • Delegates will locate themselves in history and see themselves as co-creators of their future. • Delegates will develop an improved sense of self-worth. • Delegates will be challenged to make a deliberate commitment to personal restoration and healing.

Module 1- History of South Africa’s Khoi and San (lecture) - “How the land was lost and Khoisan became farm workers”

History of South Africa’s Khoi and San (lecture) - “How the land was lost and Khoisan became farm workers”

Module 2- Who am I in relation to indigenous history (personal storytelling) – “Be brave and tell your story”

Who am I in relation to indigenous history (personal storytelling) – “Be brave and tell your story”

Module 3- Farm work and the legacy of alcohol abuse (Dop system) and domestic violence linked to slave/farm-based punishment systems.

Farm work and the legacy of alcohol abuse (Dop system) and domestic violence linked to slave/farm-based punishment systems.

Module 4- Indigenous language and human rights – “The power of language and identity”.

Indigenous language and human rights – “The power of language and identity”.

Module 5- Consolidation and Evaluation - Reconstructing identity

Consolidation and Evaluation - Reconstructing identity

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Our course begins with the first step for generating great user experiences: understanding what people do, think, say, and feel. In this module, you’ll learn how to keep an open mind while learning.

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