6 week job-oriented course for those with autism, ADHD and similar qualities.
Location: Ballerup og Århus.

Your perspective could be the key to a career that changes both the job market and digital security.

Do you have an interest in security and perhaps a flair for seeing the crucial details of a security breach?

In our new Cybersecurity course, your neurodivergence is valued as a strength that paves the way for innovation and security.

The course qualifies you for the most in-demand jobs in IT security and prepares you for positions such as e.g Cyber Risk Specialist.

Are you ready to turn your passion for detail into a difference that counts?

Cybersecurity course at Specialisterne Denmark

Vores nyeste kursus: Cybersecurity 

Dyk ned i vores skræddersyede kursus, der giver dig muligheden for at opdage det gode arbejdsliv.

IT upskilling: Become the cyber defense of the future

In a time when digital threats are constantly evolving, our Cybersecurity course offers you a golden opportunity to upgrade your IT skills.

In just 6 weeks, you’ll be equipped to tackle complex cybersecurity challenges and prepare for in-demand jobs in IT security.

The course is your ticket to a career where you can make a real difference.

Cybersecurity course at Specialisterne Denmark

Cases: Teori møder praksis

Through case studies, you’ll have the opportunity to put your new knowledge into practice. These project-oriented assignments not only offer in-depth insights into the current cybersecurity scene, but also ensure that you leave us with both technical skills and the social skills that today’s job market demands.

Our goal is to give your CV the boost that makes you an attractive candidate for future employers.

The course is for you

Specialisterne Cybersecurity course is for those with autism, ADHD or similar qualities, who have a background in the STEM field. It’s for those who are looking for their niche in the job market.

Whether you’re a recent graduate in IT and data or have work experience without formal education, our Cybersecurity course can help you further your job search.

We offer you a unique opportunity to specialize in the rapidly growing field of cybersecurity – with a course that matches today’s job requirements.

The course is granted by your municipality of residence.
We help you with the formalities.

How to apply

Apply: Send your application for our Cybersecurity course.

When sending your application, you will receive a confirmation email with a link to book an initial interview. This email also contains details about the next steps in the process.

Shortly after the interview, you will receive two tests via email, which are your next step in the journey.

Once these are completed, you will receive another email, this time with a link to book an interview, where both you and Specialisterne will have the opportunity to assess whether there is a match.

Our matching process ensures that we find the right match between your talents and our courses. During the initial conversations, we gain a deeper understanding of your skills, ambitions and the specific course that will best support your growth.

The course: Welcome aboard!

One week before your course starts, you will receive a welcome email. The course lasts 6 weeks and focuses on upgrading your IT skills.

At the end of the course, you will receive a Cybersecurity diploma – and an updated CV.

Outcome: Your success is our goal.

We strive to employ our course participants in our consulting department after completing the course.

As part of our commitment to your continued success, after completing the course you will be enrolled in our Job Bank.

Here you have the option to choose how long you want to be enrolled to maximize your chances of landing your dream job.

Practical information

Time frame

Startdate: 6. maj 2024

Duration: 6 uger



Ballerup: Lautruphøj 1-3 A, 2750 Ballerup

Aarhus: Kannikegade 18, 1. sal, 8000 Aarhus


Class size: 6 candidates per class

Attendance: You are expected to be able to work/receive training 25-37 hours per week, with 3-4 days at the course location and 1-2 days working from home.

In collaboration with the Danish Industry Foundation: Focus on digital security

Together with the Danish Industry Foundation and Specialisterne, we are taking important first steps towards a more secure digital future. With a grant of almost DKK 40 million, the Danish Industry Foundation is now focusing on strengthening cybersecurity in Danish companies’ value chains. The project will not only counter threats from cybercrime, but also increase the competitiveness of over 250 small and medium-sized enterprises.

Through this partnership, Specialisterne’s expertise in harnessing the potential of people with autism is brought into the cybersecurity field, a move that both ensures technological resilience and promotes social inclusion.

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