Are you unable to find the information about education and occupations that you need, or would you like to make sure that the information you have is correct? You need not be alone when considering your decisions for the future. This page contains various options for finding help.
The telephone service educational advisers can provide information about
You can call the helpline or send in your questions by e-mail.
Telephone service educational advice (in Finnish)
On the educational advice Facebook pages, you will find up-to-date information about such questions as possibilities for studying, funding your studies and various sectors and occupations. You can also ask questions and take part in conversations on this site.
Educational advice Facebook pages (in Finnish)
Call the telephone service career guidance when you need help with your career choices or would like to talk to a psychologist about problems with your work or studies.
Telephone service career guidance (in Finnish)
In the TE Office's vocational guidance and career planning service, you can talk to an expert about
Psychologists at the TE Offices can help you find solutions to questions related to career choices, work, or education and training. The psychologist will discuss your capabilities, goals and options regarding education and working life with you.
An expert of vocational rehabilitation will help you if your work and functional ability have deteriorated because of an injury or an illness. You can talk to him or her to discuss options regarding education and working life in which any restrictions are taken into consideration.
It is important to find out who is responsible for organising your professional rehabilitation. If you are at work, contact the occupational health care services of your workplace or the rehabilitation adviser of your pension institute. The Social Insurance Institution (Kela) also organises professional rehabilitation.
Your plans will be supported by the entire expertise of the TE Office in career and educational choices, working life and professional development. The services are free of charge – but usually require an appointment – and they are not only intended for jobseekers.