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11/21/02 1 IDELE 21.-22.4.2005 City of Tampere www.tampere.fiwww.tampere.fi, www.tamperebusiness.com F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014.

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1 11/21/02 1 IDELE City of Tampere F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014

2 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 What happened locally, what gaps and which partners -Structural change in society gaps -qualifications and competences -how to spread out educational effectiveness -economical signals and anticipating -Lisbon triangle in Tampere: missing the fourth corner of education and lifelong learning partners; new solutions - Partnerships important among all the municipalities as well as between companies and educational institutes and local developers e.g. The Employment and Economic Development, Centre or Chamber of Commerce (Tampere Business Campus), or between the educational institutes (AKONET)

3 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 Added value of acting locally and convincing the sceptical third party -immediate reply, easy to measure, less bureaucracy -raise the local spirit, positive circle -effect on the share of investment ( +/-) -the borders between municipalities (taxation) can not be followed in every case. Think the person first, who is winning if he looses a job, regardless of the taxation borders, nobody? -find easily understandle solutions to convince the sceptics

4 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 Local collaboration and demands -open discussion between businesses and educational organisations, including employment officers, discussion down to! -demands on education come from employers but also from employees -Local, personal solutions: tailor-made learning programmes, which seamlesly fit with different educational organisations -special learning programmes for immigrants and socially excluded -concentrate also on well being of workers (working years) -benefits of learning at work: learning while working and tacit knowledge

5 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 Key success factors -Co-operation, open discussion and local development programmes (strategies) need to be interlinked: innovation, business development, employment and learning -the Employment and Economical Development Center in a key role allocating finances -goals and purpose of development programmes need to be widely understood to breed mutual understanding in a locality -qualified teachers, trainers and tutors (e.g. Kaiku, Opeksi) -all possible efforts need to be allocated to improve access to learning

6 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 Specific groups: women, older workers and socially excluded people -Efforts need to be focussed on lowering the threshold to attend learning Examples from Tampere -elearning (e.g. hairdressers) -Netti-Nysse (IT bus) -Mukanetti -Summer University (Open University), -apprenticeships -Competence based qualifications -study vouchers for immigrants -multi-cultural training (TAK) -open door days for employers, annual adult education day

7 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 General principles to keep local LLL strategy flexible -remember that people may not need the second chance but the third… -good, reality – on line reply system to measure the effectiveness of training and learning (opal) -educational organisations know their own roles in the field, but also see their own input in achieving the shared goals -anticipating as a tool -LLL is a continuing process

8 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 AKONET Network of Six Vocational Adult Education Institutions One helpdesk, one info-line, one tutor Lower marketing costs, seamless learning programme for the learner Easy to reach and easy to study - from nursing to carpenters, from the fields to restaurants -

9 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 NETTI-NYSSE The world's heaviest mobile service ? 10 internet connected computers and teaching studio Maximum group size 10 people and 4 groups per day Learning hours form 2 – 8 hours per person Encourages people to learn more IT skills

10 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 Tampere Business Campus Goal - learning while working Network of 20 industrial companies to plan and buy together training for their personnel Lower costs eLearning In two years 900 learners, days Administrated by Tampere Chamber of Commerce

11 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 MUKANETTI Computing For Retired People We won't fall off the sledge. - The association promotes equality between different generations by training senior people to master the new information technology in every field of life. Even those with limited physical mobility can do this. - Learning new things adds to retired people's activeness, makes new things more understandable, improves the quality of life as well as helps to manage everyday tasks more easily. Mukanetti helps those who want to learn to use the computer for: writing/word processing, , finding information on the internet, reading newspapers, paying bills and internet banking, image-editing

12 Tampereen kaupunki, elinkeinokeskus City of Tampere, Business Development Centre F I N L A N D T a m p e r e 1/10/2014 Tampere Adult Education Centre (TAK) -versatile training courses for immigrants, including guidance and counselling -multicultural training to enterprises, organisations and private individuals -in the learning workshop immigrants learn practical skills, Finnish and literacy. Training is aimed at illiterate persons and those who have little education. Recruitment through the Employment Office -Rehabilitation services include individual rehabilitation analysis with career guidance, work and training experiments as well as career guidance for handicapped and disabled persons. -www.tak.fi


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