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Get a masters degree in business administration. These masters programs will provide you with knowledge of leadership, strategic planning and analysis. As well as all of the other things you need to succeed in an administrative role.

The formal higher education system of Finland is the 7-3-2-2 pattern. The university takes two years in vocational or technical education and finally two-year pre-tertiary education. Finland also has several public as well as private universities that have enabled accessibility of higher education to students.

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NIVA Education

This course will focus on age management practices in work organizations comprising not only organizational level activities, such as top management, HR-policy and line-m ... [+]

This course will focus on age management practices in work organizations comprising not only organizational level activities, such as top management, HR-policy and line-management practices, but also individual level activities, such as peer-support groups, self-help tools and work ability coaching. The purpose of the course is to provide participants clear insights of current empirical evidence of effectiveness of organizational and individual level activities in supporting longer and better working careers. Participants will gain understanding of theoretical background concepts and their practical application in form of concrete tools for work organizations as part of age management practices.... [-]

Finland Helsinki
Part-time
Campus
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NIVA Education

This course will discuss the special risks of work in the Arctic environment. The participants will learn about the solutions for minimizing the risks in different occupa ... [+]

This course will discuss the special risks of work in the Arctic environment. The participants will learn about the solutions for minimizing the risks in different occupations.

Course objectives

To provide participants with knowledge of the special risks of the work in the Arctic environment and the solutions for minimizing the risks in different occupations.

Target group

OHS and HR personnel in Arctic companies

Course outline

Lectures and team work

Main topics Effects of cold on humans Protection against the cold Performance in the cold Shift work Offshore work Mining work Work in the heights Background

Both the work and the climate is changing in the Arctic regions. Workers have to adapt to new occupations and migratory workers have to adapt to a new environment and a new climate as well. In spite of global warming, cold stress will remain a special risk in Arctic work, together with long distances and huge seasonal variation in light. There are however common and industrial branch specific solutions for maintaining well-being, health and safety in the Arctic.... [-]

Finland Helsinki
Full-time
Campus
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