Monthly Archives: March 2020

‘Say it with pictures’ -competition seeks the best representation of regional development – Grand Prize 1 000 €

The competition will be re-launched in autumn 2020. Read more. The ‘Say It With Pictures’ competition is an open and general competition seeking the best and most inspirational depictions and visualisations of regional development. The competition is organised by MDI (MDI Public Oy), a regional development consultancy firm. The aim of the competition is to … Continue reading ‘Say it with pictures’ -competition seeks the best representation of regional development – Grand Prize 1 000 €

Career guidance services at TE Offices provide support during transition phases in both working life and education

A study on the availability, quality and effectiveness of career guidance services at TE Offices shows that services are perceived as an important part of the TE Offices’ work. The guidance provided has a positive impact on the clients’ labour market and educational transitions while the positive view of the service provides further encouragement for … Continue reading Career guidance services at TE Offices provide support during transition phases in both working life and education

Young people get a quick and efficient multisectoral service from the ‘Ohjaamo’ One-Stop Guidance Centre

According to a study on the impact of Ohjaamo, a One-Stop Guidance Centre, Ohjaamo’s are capable of serving young people holistically due to their multidisciplinary approach. The positive effects of Ohjaamo-services can be stated as faster service accessibility and process efficiency, with young people seamlessly guided to various services. Multi-professionalism and the gathering together of … Continue reading Young people get a quick and efficient multisectoral service from the ‘Ohjaamo’ One-Stop Guidance Centre

Tampere metropolitan area seeks an overall picture of the development of housing and the growth of the region

Aiming to grow in a sustainable way, the Tampere metropolitan area, consisting of eight municipalities, is Finland’s second largest metropolitan area. Realised growth over the last decade has deviated significantly from the estimated progression figures from 2010. On the other hand, regional MAL planning (land use, housing, transport) has identified issues that were either not … Continue reading Tampere metropolitan area seeks an overall picture of the development of housing and the growth of the region