Loading Events
VISITEDUFINN

What does the Finnish curriculum focus on?

– Offered by sister Company Euneos-

Join our 7-day course in Helsinki, Finland and Tallinn, Estonia!
**Registration is available NOW!**

-Avaliable for groups of 5 or more participants! Contact courses@euneos.eu for more information

4-10 May 2025

Welcome to the Curriculum Innovation course, designed to inspire and equip educators with the tools and knowledge needed to revolutionize their educational environments. This course draws on the pioneering curriculum reforms of Finland and Estonia, two countries that have set global benchmarks in education through their innovative approaches.

Finland’s curriculum focuses on school culture and an integrative approach, addressing the effects of societal changes on children’s learning, life skills, and wellbeing. The Finnish National Board of Education emphasizes the active involvement of pupils, meaningful learning experiences, and enriching interactions between students and teachers. By fostering both growth communities and dynamic learning environments, Finnish schools aim to balance academic achievement with student welfare through a future-oriented and competence-based framework.

Similarly, Estonia’s educational reforms have garnered international attention for their remarkable outcomes. Despite modest spending, Estonia achieved top rankings in PISA 2018, highlighting the success of their equity-focused education system. With an emphasis on high-quality education for all, regardless of socio-economic background, Estonian schools create resilient students who excel academically and experience high levels of wellbeing.

This course targets school management, teachers, special education professionals, and all other educational staff working in school education, adult education, and vocational education and training (VET). Participants will explore:

  • The core curriculum reforms in Finland and Estonia, including the reasons behind these changes, their key features, and the processes involved.
  • Strategies for developing equitable education systems that prepare students for the future.
  • Innovative learning environments that adapt to societal changes and foster future-ready skills.
  • The role of educational leadership and the cultivation of a culture of trust within schools.
  • Approaches to ensuring sustainable wellbeing in educational settings.

Throughout the course, participants will engage in individual and group projects to develop practical outputs that can be implemented in their own schools. Our trainers will provide ongoing support and coaching, extending beyond the course duration to ensure the successful application of learned concepts.

Join us in this transformative journey to reshape education and empower every student to thrive in a rapidly changing world.

SCHOOL VISIT INCLUDED

Course fee

660€
  • Group discounts available
  • Certificates
VISITEDUFINN

What our clients say

VISITEDUFINN

Interested in other courses or events?

register course

REGISTER FOR THE COURSE (REGISTRATION TAKES PLACE ON OUR SISTER COMPANY, EUNEOS’ WEBSITE)

heat brochure

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Do you want to know more about our Events and Courses?

Need Help?

contact-icon

contact for more information!

I'm interested in

LIFE2023 V3

Book now! Lapland International Forum for Education™ LIFE2023

Days
Hours
Minutes

Early Bird tickets on sale until October 31!

Unique educational conference setup – Visit Finnish schools and job shadow teachers by the Arctic Circle.

Offer ends soon!
Days
Hours
Minutes
Seconds

Melina Rauhala

Ms. Rauhala (B.A.) is an educational sciences student at the University of Turku with studies also in the fields of psychology, business and HR, and sociology. As an education major, she is passionate about lifelong learning and the Finnish education system. She believes in change through education. In addition, Ms. Rauhala loves to learn new languages.  She completed an Erasmus + university exchange in Spain as a part of her studies and wants to work toward everyone getting international learning opportunities. Ms. Rauhala is working for VisitEDUfinn part-time while finishing her studies. 

Contact:

melina.rauhala@visitedufinn.com

Need Help?

contact-icon

contact for more information

I'm interested in

Need Help?

contact-icon

contact for more information

I'm Interested in

want to be the first to hear about our news and new educational services and events?

newsletter_env.png

yes, please! I WISH TO ORDER visitedufinn NEWSLETTER!