As the world continues its spiral of decline, there will be a greater and greater need for insight into basic knowledge, as more and more families become dysfunctional.
J. D. Vance explained the challenge in a TED talk: https://www.ted.com/talks/j_d_vance_america_s_forgotten_working_class
Not everyone is blessed with an understanding of hygiene. Because lives may depend on it, The province of British Columbia requires all food service employees to take a “Foodsafe” course, level 1. This ensures that everyone has a minimal level of knowledge about the correct handling of food. http://www.foodsafe.ca/
For some time, male inmates at Verdal prison have been offered a “House Husband” course. Here, they learn the basics of hygiene, food preparation for a family (nutrition, meal planning, setting tables, cooking, serving, using dish washers and washing/ drying dishes), laundry basics (washing, drying and ironing clothes, some minor repairs) and house cleaning (dusting, vacuuming, washing floors, walls, windows and bathrooms).
Dysfunctional families and their members need fundamental knowledge on how to survive. “Life skills” is the proposed name for a MOOC course that provides this fundamental knowledge. MOOC stands for Massive Open Online Course. Those interested in learning how to make MOOCs should investigate: https://www.canvas.net/browse/itsligo/courses/moocs-on-a-budget
Comments are invited as to what such a course should contain, and how it should be divided up into modules.