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PAM offers diverse training for its members

Training for members

Interaction skills, working life skills, wellbeing at work, language courses, communication… You will definitely find just the right course for you in PAM’s versatile course offering! As a member of PAM, you have the opportunity to develop your own skills in many areas of working life – for free! The training courses are organised as classroom and remote teaching, and self-study online courses are also available.

Take a look at our event calendar and sign up! Registration requires online bank credentials or a mobile certificate.

Training for supervisors improves the skills needed at work

Do you work as a service manager, shift manager, shop manager or restaurant manager? Do you need more skills for interaction, mediation, wellbeing at work or support for local agreement? Check out PAM’s training courses and online courses for supervisors.

Training for the unemployed – take advantage of your member benefits!

An unemployed or fully laid-off member of PAM can participate once a year in one card or passport training course. The cooperation partner is Alertum, which organises safety training. PAM pays the participation fee for the training, not the travel costs.

Register for the training on Alertum’s website:

When you register, fill in your personal information. As the payer, enter PAM’s information:

  • Select “Through a company” in the “Registration” section:
    Service Union United PAM, business ID 0668222-5
  • Contact person for registration: Merja Westman
  • Email:
  • Invoicing address:
    E-invoicing address: 003706682225 Operator: Tieto Oyj

OVT identifier: 003706682225

Operator ID: 003701011385

Postal address: P.O. Box 54
Postcode: 00531 City: Helsinki
For reference: Merja Westman

Cooperation partners’ courses

A member of PAM may participate once a year in one of the training courses organised by a cooperation partner. PAM pays the participation fee for the training, but does not pay any other costs.

PAM’s cooperation partners include Kiljava Institute, KSL Study Centre and Workers’ Educational Association WEA Finland. The courses and registration instructions can be found on the partners’ own websites.

PAM does not pay travel costs or loss of earnings related to partners’ training courses. You can ask your own local branch for support for travel costs well in advance of the training.