The Act on HAUS Finnish Institute of Public Management Ltd (944/2009) regulates our role as a state-owned stakeholder unit, i.e. in-house operator. The company is part of the Ministry of Finance’s administration which also holds the responsibility for the company’s corporate governance.
Our duties are to provide training and development services and business matters related to these areas. We support the central government in bettering development, training and leadership.
Our customers are central government personnel, agencies and offices as well as state enterprises. National Parliament and units operating under it are part of our clientele as well. In addition, our customers may include the administration of the European Union and the Member States in projects concerning intergovernmental development cooperation, as well as the intergovernmental organizations in which Finland is a member.
The purpose of new legislation is to ensure that a person, who, in connection to their work, detects or suspects activity that goes against the public interest in separately defined areas of EU or national law, can report the matter safely.
State-owned companies are required to have an anonymous reporting channel for reporting detected grievances and abuses. If you have noticed any problems or abuses in our operations, you can anonymously report them via the link below. This way we can operate better in the future.Link to the whistleblowing channel
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eOppiva digital learning playbook – because Learning is for everyone!
Please find below eLearning team eOppiva’s guidebook for creating digital trainings, first published in 2019 and translated in 2022. This book is an introduction into digital learning, pedagogy and learning design. We have created this book to help our specialists and trainers in the process of planning and creating training content to eOppiva, the government’s digital learning platform.Lue lisää