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A family daycare provider is a municipal employee who cares for children in his or her home. The size of one daycare group is four children under school age. In addition, one child who is in the preschool education or basic education age and requires part-time daycare can be included in the group.
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Family houses organise open resident based activities for families with small children.
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Paternity matters, maintenance, custody and meeting agreement matters, adoption matters and drawing up of reports for the court in child custody and meeting disputes.
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You may cancell the course place. However the cancellation can cause extra fees for the student.
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An immigrant course free is 50 % of the normal course price.
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Ilmonet, course listings and online enrolment to Adult Education Institutes.
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Notification of direct payment is sent to the customers email.
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At general upper secondary school, you can study Finnish and literature (äidinkieli ja kirjallisuus) based on the Finnish as a second language and literature (suomi toisena kielenä ja kirjallisuus) syllabus if your native language is not Finnish, Swedish or Sami.
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Kotoklubi Kaneli is intended for immigrant families. At Kotoklubi, parents learn Finnish together with their children. At Kotoklubi you sing, play and move.
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Young people and adults can learn a profession through apprenticeship (oppisopimus) training. During apprenticeship training, you will work and study at the same time.
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You can improve your Finnish language skills while learning a profession at Helsinki Vocational Adult Institute (Stadin aikuisopisto).
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The City of Helsinki organises free Finnish language training for Employment Services' customers. The training consists mainly of practical working-life Finnish.
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Finnish or Swedish as a second language and literature (Suomi/ruotsi toisena kielenä ja kirjallisuus, S2) instruction is provided for pupils who do not yet know enough Finnish or Swedish to study the Finnish or Swedish language and literature (suomen/ruotsin kieli ja kirjallisuus) syllabus.
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Finnish-language daycare is available at daycare centres from 6:15 in the morning to 17:30 in the evening. Some daycare centres offer care outside these hours - during evening hours, 24 hours or 7 days a week.
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Information on Finnish courses. You can search for courses on the website based on their difficulty level. Prices for these courses vary. Some courses are free.
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Fire fighter training is a two-year vocational training that prepares for a fire fighter diploma.
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The Rescue Department carries out the scheduled fire inspection in its region.
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The Rescue Department organises training on fire safety and safety culture at home and workplaces.
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The use of fireworks must be notified to the municipality's rescue authorities.
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Service Centres host sales events and flea markets, where you can sell products you have made yourself or small, second-hand items.
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