Educa is expanding with international programme
Educa, Nordic’s leading teaching and education sector event, offers a new English programme package aimed at international training and education sector professionals on Educa’s EQUITY stage.Equity stage programme
The international programme is part of Educa and implemented for the first time as the event celebrates its 25th anniversary.
The programme presents the Finnish education system and the education sector’s innovations, and offers new insights for professionals within the international teaching and education sector.
The event’s high-quality programme presents the Finnish education system and the education sector’s innovations, and offers new insights for professionals within the international teaching and education sector.
Nordic’s leading teaching and education sector event Educa is expanding with a new international programme package in January 2020. The programme is aimed for trade professionals who are interested in English content as well as foreign visitors who are interested in the Finnish teaching and education sector. The international programme is organised in co-operation with the Trade Union of Education in Finland (OAJ), the Finnish National Board of Education and the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture.
The traditional content for Finnish trade professionals is implemented as before and will be actively developed even in the future.
The Trade Union of Education in Finland (OAJ) and the Finnish Ministry of Education and Culture are responsible for Friday’s international programme. The Finnish National Board of Education and Messukeskus are responsible for Saturday’s programme. All participating companies have the opportunity to suggest English speeches for Saturday’s programme. Participants in Educa’s international programme are offered the possibility to visit an educational institute before the fair in co-operation with the City of Helsinki.
Participants in the discussion include Finnish Minister of Education Li Andersson, Finnish Minister of Science and Culture Hanna Kosonen, President of the Trade Union of Education in Finland (OAJ) Olli Luukkainen as well as General Director of the Finnish National Board of Education Olli-Pekka Heinonen.
The programme aims to respond to the following broad questions:
- How can education create a prosperous and equal society as well as support the achievement of the goals in the UN 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development?
- What is the Finnish education system like and what are its strengths and current challenges?
- What is the profession of a Finnish teacher like and how are teachers educated in Finland?
- What methods can we use to respond to the global learning crisis?
- What kinds of education-related innovations and solutions can Finland offer?
The international programme is located in Hall 7 and will be held completely in English. By registering, visitors can visit both Educa and its international programme package.Register as a visitor