Contact innovator

Ribbon TVET
How can you engage parents in vocational education?

Ammatit tutuksi yläkoululaisille

location_on Finland
Ammatit tutuksi yläkoululaisille is based on the simple idea that we need to tell young people about different occupations, career paths and work life. However, Ammatit tutuksi yläkoululaisille is innovative in that it works closely with engaging parents, with the intention that parents can introduce their professions to young people.
Overview

HundrED has selected this innovation

Technical & Vocational Education and Training (TVET)

Key figures

Innovation Overview

1 - 18
Age Group
-
Children/Users
1
Country
2018
Established
-
Organisation
227
Views
Updated on October 19th, 2020
bookmark_border
Bookmark
share
Share
about the innovation

What does Ammatit tutuksi yläkoululaisille do?

With research showing that 90% of young people feel uncertain about their choice of profession, it is crucial that this issue is tackled. Parents and close relatives have the largest impact on what their children choose to study, therefore, Ammatit tutuksi yläkoululaisille see it is imperative that parents are involved in guiding how we teach about career choices. Ammatit tutuksi yläkoululaisille have created resources that parents and schools can use, to encourage parents to share with their own children as well as their classmates about their occupations.

Milestones

Achievements & Awards

May 2019
100 views
February 2019
Technical & Vocational Education and Training (TVET)
February 2019
Innovation added to the HundrED
Map

Spread of the innovation

loading map...
Steps

Inspired to implement this? Here's how...

01
Introduce the project
Agree with the Principal, the Tutor and the Teachers on the implementation (date) and compile the Common Guidelines.
Read more
02
Plan
Create a schedule of the event that works for everybody.
Read more
03
Find volunteers
Invite people who tell about their working life and path.
Read more
04
Action
Put the plan into action!
Read more
05
Feedback
Rate the implementation and collect feedback.
Read more