The services you need and the activities you have agreed on will be compiled into a plan, which will outline the goals for you job search, the ways in which you will personally promote finding employment, the services you will need and how you will be in contact with the TE Office in the future. You will report on the realisation of your plan either via E-services or during a future interview.
If your unemployment continues, we will interview you once every three months to check up on your plan. The TE Office can organise a one-on-one interview with you either at the TE Office, via telephone or via a remote connection. Additionally, interviews can be held at e Guidance Centres, which have TE Service personnel, as well as during local Labour Force and Business Service trials, which are organised by local authorities.
The plan will be one of the following depending on your situation:
A plan to support your job search can be drawn up in two different ways:
From the following activities and services, select those that will help you gain employment as quickly as possible.
I will read up on a jobseeker's rights and obligations on the website.
I will publish my CV on CV-net or my other professional profiles and keep these up to date throughout my time as a jobseeker.
I will subscribe to the Job Watch vacancy notification service, which will send information on job vacancies, and I will keep receiving messages from the service for the entire time I am a jobseeker.
I will actively search for jobs through various job search channels and participate in applicable recruitment events organised by TE Services.
I will publish my CV on the EURES website, and actively search for jobs throughout Europe using various job search channels.
I will sign up for job search training to improve my job search skills.
I will read guides online on how to establish an enterprise and I will participate in an event where the subject will be discussed.
I will draw up a feasible business plan for full-time entrepreneurship.
I will look into the options and possibilities for business funding and I will apply, if necessary for a start-up grant to secure my income.
I will use the online tool to assess the conditions for my gaining employment.
I will examine my vocational options via the vocational guidance online tool or website.
I will acquire information on training possibilities in Finland and elsewhere in Europe.
I will sign-up to have my professional skills and competence assessed.
I will assess and find out my vocational options as well as applicable training or career options together with an expert.
I will plan appropriate and applicable education and career option with a vocational guidance and career planning psychologist.
I will apply for career coaching to clarify my vocational and career options, to apply for studies and to develop my my working life skills.
I will apply for a study try-out at an educational institution to determine my vocational and career options.
I will apply for a work try-out at a workplace to determine my vocational and career options or to support my return to the labour market.
I will apply for labour force training and, if necessary, subscribe to the Training Watch email notification service.
I will apply for apprenticeship training.
I will apply for voluntary education to improve my vocational and professional skills, my likelihood to gain employment or maintain my present job.
I will also need the TE Office's services for determining my state of health, my needs for rehabilitation and my possibilities for receiving a pension.
I will meet with a job search coach in the agreed upon manner to get support for gaining employment.
I will attend a cross-sectoral joint service promoting employment (TYP).
I will sign-up for rehabilitating work activities to improve my life management and employment skills.
I will sign-up for reassignment training organised by my employer at the time of termination.
Additionally, an expert from the TE Office can arrange other activities with you that will be entered into your plan.