Home » Membership » Member benefits » Trainings » Course credit for PAM’s trainings Course credit for PAM’s trainings PAM’s training courses teach a wide range of skills needed in working life. As a member of PAM, you can earn credits from certain courses. Member benefits Employment relationship hotline and legal aid Trainings Working life know-how Competence of union representatives and occupational safety representatives Coaching for staff representatives Organisational competence Course credit for PAM's trainings Participating in trainings Career services Discounts and other benefits Services for the unemployed Credited training courses make competence visible. It also makes credit transfer for studies easier in later studies. In cooperation with WEA’s learning centre, PAM records certain courses in the national Koski study register. PAM’s credited courses PAM has prepared a curriculum for each credited course, i.e. a Koski course, which sets out the course’s learning objectives, content, scope of credits and assessment criteria. The curriculums can be found in the eRequirements service. It is possible to earn credits from the following PAM’s courses: For all members: Learn Finnish courses (1.5 ECTS) Osaava ja sovitteleva esihenkilö (in Finnish) (1.5 ECTS) Toivoa ja toimintaa: ilmasto-osaaminen palvelualoilla (in Finnish) (1 ECTS) Vuorovaikutusosaaminen palvelualoilla (in Finnish) (1 ECTS) Digitaidot – koulutuskokonaisuus (in Finnish) (2.5 ECTS/module) For union representatives and occupational safety representatives: Luottamusmiesten peruskurssi (2 ECTS) Työsuojelun peruskurssi (2 ECTS) Luottamusmiesten jatkokurssi (4 ECTS) Työsuojelun jatkokurssi (4 ECTS) Työoikeuden peruskurssi (1 ECTS) Työoikeuden täydennyskurssi (1 ECTS) Paikallinen sopiminen (1.5 ECTS) Neuvottelutaito (1 ECTS) Yritystalous – yrityksen tunnusluvut tutuiksi (1 ECTS) Osaava ja sovitteleva luottamushenkilö (1 ECTS) Työelämän mielenterveystaidot (1 ECTS) Työsuojelulainsäädäntö (1 ECTS) Instructions for the student Recording your study credits in the Koski register is voluntary for you. With the course invitation, you will receive information about the learning objectives of the course in question, the scope of credits and the assessment criteria. At the beginning of the course, you will be asked for your consent to record your study credits. Separate consent is required for each course. The consent is signed electronically with online bank credentials or a mobile certificate. If you do not use these, please bring your identity card or passport with you. Assessing competence and study credits The assessment is based on the learning objectives and assessment criteria set for the course. Assessment is part of learning and takes place mainly in the context of the course. The evaluation criterion is passed/failed. Only the credits for passed courses will be recorded in Koski. If you fail the course, you have the opportunity to complete your performance. If the assessment has been impossible due to insufficient course performance, you have the opportunity to complete your course performance. More detailed instructions can be found in the course letter. You can see your study credits in My Studyinfo. More detailed instructions and information can be found in the course invitation.