Tallinn University Haapsalu College, Haapsalu Vocational Education and Training Centre and Metropolia University of Applied Sciences will start developing new health promotion study programmes. The project is funded by the European Union programme Central Baltic.
During the next three years, Tallinn University Haapsalu College in cooperation with the Haapsalu Vocational Education and Training Centre and the Metropolia University of Applied Sciences will carry out a project to develop new health promotion study programmes to be used in professional higher education and vocational education. The Project is funded by the European Union programme Central Baltic which supports cross-border cooperation projects in the Baltic Sea region.
On 8-9 September 2016, the first meeting between project partners took place in Haapsalu, Estonia. The meeting concentrated on agreeing on the details of the action plan for the next three years.
- During the first year, a survey will be conducted in Estonia and Finland to determine the training needs for health promotion specialists.
- Based on the results of the survey, new study programmes will be developed that can be used in professional higher and in vocational education programmes in Estonia and Finland.
- The programmes will then be implemented and tested in all three institutions.
At the end of the project all new study programmes will be available on this website to the public and can be used in other institutions that offer training in health promotion.