For those who are not able to come to Finland we can organize short training programs around the world. With our scalable approach we can train up to 180 people during one week. Read from our blog what the trainer Leena Heinilä tells about her experiences in Gibraltar.
Would you like to explore the secrets of Finnish learning culture – share the tricks and key features of basic education and child-centered learning in Finland?
The training is aimed at local administration, school personnel, teacher training units, parents and other school related stakeholders. To get the most out of the training, it is recommended to include participants from all these categories. The workshop is always customized according to your actual needs. The time frame can be however long as you choose, but one week is the most common choice, including some basic lectures, workshops and sharing among the participants.
EXAMPLE PROGRAM FOR A FIVE-DAY TRAINING:
Day 1 Introduction: Key features of Finnish education system (no limit for group size)
Important: Possibility for meetings with local decision makers, journalists, etc.
Day 2-4 Workshops: Select the themes of your interest (max. group size 30 people)
Day 5 Wrap-up day (max. group size 30 people)
Sharing with peers and if possibly, with different stakeholders
VisitEDUfinn has a wide network of education professionals that have been lecturing and having workshops for our events and visit program participants. Most of them are also interested in training outside Finland. Visit our website to learn more about some of them: https://visitedufinn.com/contact-us/
VisitEDUfinn’s education expert Ms. Leena Heinilä visited Gibraltar last December. Read what local teachers and authorities say about the training program she conducted there: VOX Gibraltar News
PRICE FOR A FIVE-DAY TRAINING PROGRAM: 9500€
Does not include:
Example price. Please, contact for a customized quotation!
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.