Reforms and Developments inFinnish Adult Education Policy       A Decade of Continuous Reform22.10.2012 Paris     Reijo Ah...
NOSTE – ”Lifting-Up” 2003-2007Det Finska “Kunskapslyftet” Action programme for  raising the competences of  low-skilled l...
Background:OECD Review & Nordic SIALS 2001+  High participation rate,especially for qualified work force+ Wide network of ...
Government 2003From Vision to Strategy Parliamentary Committee      A programme with 42 proposals Government commitment...
Government 2007: Overall reform ofprofessionally oriented adulteducationBetter response to thelabour market demand       ...
Government 2011The most competent nation in the world by 2020 Adult education on an equal basis  to all adults Improved ...
Thank you for your attention!22.10.2012 Paris     Reijo Aholainen Ministry of   7                   Education and Culture ...
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Reforms and Developments in Finnish Adult Education Policy - A Decade of Continuous Reform

  1. 1. Reforms and Developments inFinnish Adult Education Policy A Decade of Continuous Reform22.10.2012 Paris Reijo Aholainen Ministry of 1 Education and Culture Finland
  2. 2. NOSTE – ”Lifting-Up” 2003-2007Det Finska “Kunskapslyftet” Action programme for raising the competences of low-skilled labour force Targeted for 30–59 years without qualifications Tailored training for VET qualifications and for ICT Outreach, guidance, information and support services Increased local and regional co-operation22.10.2012 Reijo Aholainen Ministry of 2 Education and Culture Finland
  3. 3. Background:OECD Review & Nordic SIALS 2001+ High participation rate,especially for qualified work force+ Wide network of providers,teacher training, resources+ Close relations with workinglife, competence-basedqualifications, flexibility- Low participation those over 40and without qualifications- Low motivation and littleincentives for non-participants22.10.2012 Paris Reijo Aholainen Ministry of 3 Education and Culture Finland
  4. 4. Government 2003From Vision to Strategy Parliamentary Committee  A programme with 42 proposals Government commitment Adult Education as entity  Better governance  Involving all stakeholders  Evidence-based policy Active measures  Continuous updating of skills of the whole labour force  NOSTE programme  Increased provision and increased public funding22.10.2012 Paris Reijo Aholainen Ministry of 4 Education and Culture Finland
  5. 5. Government 2007: Overall reform ofprofessionally oriented adulteducationBetter response to thelabour market demand  Learning at the workplace  Apprenticeships in Higher Education  … in Employment Training  Access to all education for the unemployed  Training of migrants  Guidance and counselling services  Improved study grants and benefits22.10.2012 Paris Reijo Aholainen Ministry of 5 Education and Culture Finland
  6. 6. Government 2011The most competent nation in the world by 2020 Adult education on an equal basis to all adults Improved access for those without qualifications, SME entrepreneurs, and other under-represented A social guarantee for young people (a job, on-the-job training, a study place, workshop or rehabilitation) Labour market and apprenticeship training for young people Investigation on personal training accounts22.10.2012 Paris Reijo Aholainen Ministry of 6 Education and Culture Finland
  7. 7. Thank you for your attention!22.10.2012 Paris Reijo Aholainen Ministry of 7 Education and Culture Finland
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