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Compact Finland Education Tour


“Welcome to a country where students are stress-free with minimal exams and homework, teaching is a highly respected profession and kids start their school, not before the age of 7. Finland’s teachers have kept the nation near the top of the influential Pisa performance rankings since they were first published in 2001.


Let's try to uncover the layers of secrecy with hands-on experiences, interactions, and visits to the schools.”

Council for Creative Education (CCE) Finland is organizing a dedicated training cum workshop program on Finnish Education Model for International educators who are interested to know the secrets of the successful Finnish education system.


Who should attend?

The program is meant for school principals, management, administrators, educators, trainers & senior teachers who are looking for implementing changes for a better education.

Focus Areas


  • To understand the Finnish education system and its working with practical examples and workshop by the Finnish and international teachers / Educators

  • Practical experience and class observations in Finnish Schools

  • Interactions with teachers, principals, support staff

  • Hands-on experience of various creative methods and activities as an actual Finnish classroom through workshops

  • Phenomenon-based learning and Enquiry based Projects

  • How to use creatively ICT Tools in the classroom as a teacher

  • Vocational Education and onsite visits to Finland

  • State-of-art Teachers Education


Tour Hightlights

Highlights of the tour:

  • Interaction with Internationally Acclaimed educators those who were in the foundation of making the Finnish education model.

  • First-hand experience of the international education system and direct links with schools and pupils which would last a lifetime.

  • With the emphasis on how they have developed the solutions to the problems faced and how those could be implemented in the local context- designing the action plan.

Online Payment

Online payment

Kindly Note:


Before making the payment, kindly fill the registration form. Filling up a registration form is the first mandatory step to reserve your seat for the tour.


Early bird price ends 3 months prior to Tour Start Date. Example: For tour starting on 7th April 2020, early-bird closed on 07th Jan 2020. So, choose an appropriate payment option.


Kindly use payment option below where you can securely make payment with Credit Card or through PayPal.

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Tour program

Tour Program



Early bird starting from 1550 € **

Open till 10th Feb 2020




Registration after EBD: 1800 €


Group Discount

For a group of 5 or more, kindly contact us at


Inclusion in fees :


  • Workshops and school visit coordination fees

  • Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks, and Coffee

  • Accommodation (twin sharing) during the program

  • Single Supplement - 320 € extra

  • Transport for visiting the local schools

  • Faculty fee, course materials, stationary.

  • Visa Assistance (Invitation letter and other documents)

  • Online LMS access to CCE's Google Classroom


Details For Online Bank Transfer  (International)


Account Name :



Account Number : 

FI 41 1146 3001 1433 92




Bank: Nordea  


Currency: EURO


Beneficiary Address: Maijalankatu 9 E 18, 33720, Tampere, FINLAND


Beneficiary Bank Address: Insinoorinkatu 23, 33720, Tampere, FINLAND 


To know more call at :

+358504839418 (Finland) +919890436368 (India)

+62 8126080183 (Indonesia)

+966 56 560 0100 (Saudi Arabia)




Finland and CCE do not claim to show the best teachers, best schools or best teaching methods in this program, as in Finland, there is no selective approach. Education is learner-centered. The teachers do their best to make learning better. You will get to see what is actually happening in the classroom. We can not guarantee a school visit to a particular school as it is the school's decision if they want to take any visitors on a particular day.

The detailed schedule with time and options for school visits will be declared two weeks prior to the tour and will be sent to the confirmed registered participants.

CCE reserves the right to change the program depending on the batch size of the participants.

Faculty profile

Faculty Profile

Kari Louhivuori

Pedagogy Coach - CCE Finland

Veteran teacher and ex-Principal of Kirkkojarvi School, Espoo who have been instrumental in developing Finnish learning experiences since the 1970s. Throughout his career, Kari strongly emphasized on the collaborative developments of schools and organic educational leadership.

Kirkkojärvi School got a new building in 2010. Kari worked in close collaboration with Verstas Architects in the planning of the prize-winning school building.

Before you meet Kari, just read an interesting article featuring him:

Currently, Kari consults schools, universities, and educators across the globe as CCE's pedagogical coach.

Heramb Kulkarni

Head, ICT Development, and Strategy - CCE Finland

Speaker and trainer on EduTech, collaborative learning, and innovation across 12 countries. Trained more than 14000+ teachers, Educators, leaders on strategy and ICT innovations Research.

Heramb consults many governments and large organizations across 3 continents, Europe, Asia and Africa within key countries like Denmark, USA, Bahrain and Indian states like Delhi, Chhattisgarh and Maharashtra. His research areas are educational technology and creativity, global education reforms and collaborative innovations. As an educator, social entrepreneur and technology wizard, he is on the advisory board of many educational institutes and innovative start-ups across Europe and India. He has held leadership positions across large MNCs like Nokia, Lucent Technologies, Skyworks and Accenture with vast experience in technology, architecture and software development domain.

Marja Suurla

International trainer and researcher for Education and learning through paintings. She has been visiting different countries to make teachers aware of the teaching through drawing and painting, mainly the form painting. Follows Waldorf pedagogy and teacher from Steiner School, Tampere. She is an expert teacher of arts and paintings for 30+ years and has participated in many international exhibitions with her students.

Shirin Kulkarni

Researcher in the field of Creative Thinking and education for more than 12 years. Research Areas:

Creativity and School Environment

A comparative study between India and Finland

CII (Creativity-identity Interaction) model

Narrative teaching techniques

Experienced trainer and psychologist

Research Director, CCE Finland

Miia Bergman

Miia Bergman has been a teacher of mathematics, chemistry, and ICT at Tampere Rudolf Steiner School since 2002. She has graduated as Master of Science in Engineering at the Tampere University of Technology. In addition to being the teacher for the past three years, she has been the headmaster of the school's secondary level. She has also worked as a member of the national board of the Waldorf education in Finland since 2016. Her work has included developing the school's organizational as well as pedagogical issues following the trends of the modern times. So nowadays she is specialized not only in teaching mathematics but also, in general, the operation of the second level in Finland.

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Before making the payment, kindly fill the registration form. Filling up a registration form is the first mandatory step to reserve your seat for the tour.




1. What is the difference between the compact education tour and symposium arranged by CCE?

The Compact Finland education tour focuses on the Finnish education model and specially designed to make the participants aware of as many aspects of the Finnish education system as possible. The symposium is generally for 4 or 5 days, out of which the first two days are dedicated to the Finnish education model and the last two days are reserved for the international paper presentations on creativity in education. So there is more scope for discussion on creative education. One can listen to various studies going on in different parts of the world about creativity.


2. Where do we start?

All participants are required to CHECK-IN on Sunday evening at Tampere hotel. The travel from Helsinki to Tampere on Sunday is not covered in the tour fee.


3. Where will we be staying in Finland?

The participants shall be accommodated in popular hotels in Tampere. Hotels in the range of 100 to 120 Euro per night  (breakfast included), are being considered. All hotels are 4 Stars category.


4. What is the duration of this delegation?

The delegation shall consist of 5 days and 4 nights in Finland. Of these, 5 days participants will be free to explore Helsinki, Tallinn and other places of interest nearby during free time.


5. Does the fee include payment for meals too?

Breakfasts are included in the hotel charges.  Lunches and snacks will be served on all 3 days of official visits. 


7.What about visa processing?

CCE will send the necessary documents to the participants like invitation letters but the participants need to arrange their own visas.


8.What if I confirm and drop out? Will I be given a refund for the fee?

Refunds are subject to the cancellation policies of the travel agency and the hotel partners. The refund policy is as follows:   a. Less than 30 days prior to the trip - No refund under any circumstances (e.g. rejection of visa)   b. Less than 90 days but more than 30 days - 50% of the cost will be refunded 

. More than 90 days to trip - 80% of the cost will be refunded


9. What are some of the key dates?

Last date for sending the registration form and paying full delegation fee - 1 month before tour starts
Last date for sending all the documents for Visa and Ticketing - 1 month before tour starts

* Schengen Visa takes at least 30 working days. Hence, in case of a delay in submitting the Visa documents, we will not be able to assure a confirmed visa.

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