PhD students are required to gain experience with dissemination and teaching during their studies. There are several ways of obtaining and documenting experience with dissemination and teaching, but many choose to engage in teaching by working as a teaching assistant (TA) on BSc or MSc courses. You can fulfil your dissemination requirements by working as TA for 140 hours, which is often equivalent to assisting a one-semester 10 ECTS course.
If you are employed as a PhD student at NAT, you will be offered TA employment (up to 700 hours) that go beyond the requirements for dissemination in the PhD studies (140 hours). You can arrange with the department not to have work obligations (with a corresponding reduction in payment), (see also Rules and Regulations, chapter 4.5).