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NewCo Helsinki offers business counselling services for the founders of new businesses and for growth-oriented entrepreneurs.
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In apprenticeship training the vocational studies are conducted at the workplace and supported by theoretical studies. Theoretical studies consist of studies in a vocational institution from 1 to 5 days a month, depending on prior education, degree and working experience.
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You can take part in basic education for adults (aikuisten perusopetus), if you have not completed your basic education, you discontinued your basic education, or you want to improve the grades on your basic education certificate.
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Some schools in Helsinki give bilingual instruction (kaksikielinen opetus). In that case, the instruction takes place in Finnish and another language.
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NewCo Helsinki offers entrepreneur services for starting business as well as startups seeking growth.
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The aim of family work is to support the growth and development of a child, improve a family's ability to cope with everyday life, support a parent in the various areas of parenthood, and strengthen the interaction between a parent and their child.
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Community centres' neighbourhood circles are local 'second living rooms' that are active within a certain residential area.
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Each child has been reserved a place in their own local school corresponding to the home address.
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Dental care services are meant for Helsinki residents and those who have chosen Helsinki as their location of care.
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Religion or Ethics is a compulsory subject at comprehensive school. The instruction is politically independent and secular. Providing an actual religious upbringing is the responsibility of families, if they so wish.
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Emergency health centres for adults treat serious illnesses and patients in need for emergency care aged 16 and older.
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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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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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People in need of urgent medical care have the right to receive treatment regardless of their nationality. The right to other health care services is determined by the kind of residence permit the foreign person has.
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The Helsinki Skills Center (Stadin osaamiskeskus) offers rehabilitation, education and employment services to immigrants.
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