Vocational schools is a relatively new educational arena that provides the labor market with specialist skills in various professional fields. As the needs of the labor market change over time, the content and focus of the courses are also updated. New vocational courses start and others disappear as the need for skills changes. Most of the courses are free of charge and all entitles to study funds. Today there are 16 different fields of study and hundreds of different careers. The educations are conducted by municipalities, county councils, private education companies and universities/colleges, and the educations are subject to state supervision and quality review by The authority for the university of applied sciences.

As an entrepreneur, you can accept interns during the practical part of the training, Learning in Practice (LIA). LIA means that the students are trained in a sharp situation out at a workplace. For the students, this means that their professional knowledge is up-to-date and in demand in working life upon graduation, and 96% of YH students get a job immediately after graduation. Hope helps companies to find talent which exactly matches their needs.