LeadVET Multiplier Event Helsinki
20-21 September 2023 for invited partners and associates
Haaga-Helia Pasila campus (Ratapihantie 13, 00520 Helsinki)
LeadVET Multiplier Event Helsinki is organised by Haaga-Helia School of Vocational Teacher Education.
Using mentors to close the theory-practice gap in VET education
The overarching ambition of LeadVET is to enhance vocational teacher education (VTE) and vocational education and training (VET) by developing sustainable university-school partnerships, together with leadership and networking skills for professionals in the field. In this multiplier event we present the results of project 3, a VTE-student mentoring system, and how it may help to close the theory-practice gap in VET education.
The link for the registration is sent to the invited by email.
If you wish to participate only in the webinar 20 September, you can register by using this link. Registration is required if you want to participate virtually. Participation on-site does not require registration.
Wednesday 20, September
9:00–9:30 Morning coffee, in Haaga-Helia
9:30–11:30 Welcoming words, introducing Haaga-Helia and Helsinki Business College
13:00–14:30 Hybrid webinar: Optimizing knowledge transfer between working life, vocational institutes and vocational teacher education. See a more detailed description of the hybrid webinar from below.
14:45–17:00 Study visit to Stadin AO, Helsinki Vocational College and Adult Institute
19:00 - 21:00 Dinner (For partners and associate partners outside of Finland)
Thursday 21, September
9:00–11:00 Study visit to Finnish National Agency for Education
12:30–15:30 Project meeting (For partners)
15:30–18:00 Partners get-together Sauna and swimming (For partners)
19:00 Informal get-together in Mall of Tripla (Tower)
Programme of the Hybrid webinar: Optimizing knowledge trasfer between working life, vocational institutes and vocational teacher education
Wednesday 20, September, 2023. Haaga-Helia UAS Pasila campus room 8202 (8th floor). Ratapihantie 13, 00520 Helsinki.
13:00 Opening words (Crister Nyberg, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences)
13:10 Optimizing knowledge transfer with mentoring. (Mika Saranpää & Crister Nyberg, Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences)
13.30 Work & Study model as knowledge transfer provider for regional co-operation. (Petteri Tiljander. Head of development, recognition of learning. Haaga-Helia University of Applied Sciences)
14:00 Green City Farm learning environment of sustainable development. Unique way for innovative network co-operation. (Heidi Hovi-Sippola, Perho Perho Culinary, Tourism & Business College)
Haaga-Helia is Finland’s second largest University of Applied Sciences with 11,000 students and 750 staff members. Haaga Helia’s education offerings include Bachelor’s degree programmes, Master’s degree programmes, Specialisation programmes, Education exports, Vocational teacher education, Open UAS education and Personnel training and continuing education. Our fields of education are Business, Tourism and Hospitality, Information Technology, Journalism and Sports.
Haaga-Helia School of Vocational Teacher Education offers programmes to become a teacher in the vocational education, vocational special needs teacher or vocational guidance counsellor in Finnish. You can also study to become a vocational teacher in an English-language programme. In numbers of students Haaga-Helia is one of the largest in its fields in Finland.