What are your thoughts about continuous learning and the future of education?
Welcome to explore the changing world of continuous learning – we will all become lifelong learners in the future.
Nationwide shift to continuous learning – also in the higher education sector
The transformation of the world of work is no longer looming on the horizon but is already here. As bold reforms are needed in the higher education sector to secure the availability of skilled workforce and the continued existence of our welfare state, Tampere Universities have published a statement calling for an overhaul of higher education in Finland.
There are no ready-made answers – we must create them together. We encourage all stakeholders from different facets of society to join our efforts to usher in a new era for our world-renowned higher education system.
Join our development projects
The development of continuous learning solutions is a collaborative effort. Let’s join forces to bring together learners, employers and stakeholders across the higher education sector to promote and develop continuous learning!
AI-assisted identification and development of skills
The Pilkahdus network anticipates the skills needed in the future
The purpose of the Pilkahdus network is to identify future skills needs and develop solutions for meeting these needs. We manage the network in cooperation with the Council of Tampere Region.
We are looking for new employer representatives to join the network. Get in touch with us if you are interested!
Bazaar matches students and professionals with employers. It provides a window into the skills and expertise of individuals across the Tampere University community, our alumni and stakeholders as well as employers.
The development of Bazaar is underway.
Welcome to join us!
Welcome to join us in developing a model for lifelong guidance and support. You can also join our network of experts in lifelong career guidance and career development. We offer a variety of professional development opportunities for companies and organisations. Three examples are provided below. Join us!
Join the debate!
Continuous learning is a hot potato in current debate in education. We @TampereUni and @TAMK are committed to promoting continuous learning.
Join us in discussing the development of continuous learning and the demand for continuous professional development on today’s world.
Get in touch
Continuous learning activities are developed across the Tampere Universities community within the framework of a five-year project funded by Finland’s Ministry of Education and Culture. The project is carried out to build a local ecosystem for continuous learning.
The project is headed by Heli Harrikari and the team members include Katariina Yrjönkoski, Mira Valkonen, Kirsi Hanhisalo, Clémentine Arpiainen and Katri Viitanen.