Videos of Gradia and our International Operations
Gradia is an active promoter of Finnish Education Expertise. In these videos we will highlight some key facts of Gradia and describe what we consider as the cornerstones of Finnish pedagogy. A video collage showcases the first-ever Finnish vocational qualification programme that we carried out together with EduCluster Finland and Shanghai Accounting School (SCAS).
Gradia - Active Promoter of Finnish Educational Expertise
Cornerstones of Finnish Pedagogy at Gradia
The First-Ever Finnish Vocational Qualification Programme
Key elements of Finnish education
The following videos highlight some of the key elements of Finnish education
- How is the Finnish vocational education and training VET adapting to rapid changes in the society and working life?
- How are Finnish vocational and professional qualifications re-shaping our education environment and the way we learn?
- Why is VET perceived as high-quality learning among Finns?
- How do we co-create sustainable learning communities where people thrive and succeed as learners for life?
Finnish Vocational Education and Training (VET)
Finnish Vocational and Professional Qualifications - EduCluster Finland
Vocational education and training in Finland
Finnish Education - EduCluster Finland
Business Customer Experiences
Our customers from various fields talk about their expriences on our services.
Business Customer Experiences: Circular Material Service Company Lassila & Tikanoja
Business Customer Experiences: Elonen Bakery
Business Customer Experiences: Vähälä Logistics Oy
Business Customer Experiences: Healt Care Company JST Solum
Business Customer Experiences: Building Material Supplier Kaskipuu
Work-based Learning in Gradia: Care and Rehabilitation for Elderly Care
Life in Gradia as seen by the students
Videos made by students to present different study fields and the daily student life in Gradia.
Crafts and Design
Textiles and Fashion
Crafts and Design, Media
Logistics, Media, Hair and Beauty
Jyväskylä - City of Light
Jyväskylä is the capital city of Alvar Aalto's architecture and if often described as the city of light.