Vocational programmes

The Electricity and Energy Programme (EE)
aims to develop students’ knowledge of supplying and assisting basic societal functions such as the production, installation and distribution of electricity, energy and water systems. With a diploma from the programme, students should have the knowledge needed to work with automated production systems, systems for energy- environmental- and water technologies, or computers and communication systems, or as electricians in the distribution or installation of electricity.

The Vehicle and Transport Programme (FT)
aims to develop students’ knowledge about technology in different vehicles or the ability to manage transport. With a diploma from the programme, students should have the knowledge needed to work, for instance as mechanics, drivers, or in stores or terminals.

The Business and Administration Programme (HA)
aims to develop students’ knowledge about retailing and administration, where service and communication are crucial. With a diploma from the programme, students should have the knowledge needed to work in commerce, such as sales persons, purchasers and shop managers, or in administrative areas such as personnel, business or IT administrators.

The Hotel and Tourism Programme (HT)
aims to develop students’ knowledge about service and customer reception, which is crucial within the industry. With a diploma from the programme, students should have the knowledge needed to work in the hotel, conference or tourist industries.

The Industrial Technology Programme (IN)
aims to develop students’ knowledge in industrial technology and production. With a diploma from the programme, students should have the knowledge needed to work in areas such as process-oriented or automated material handling and production planning, operations and maintenance, or welding and other forms of metal assembly.

The Restaurant Management and Food Programme (RL)
aims to develop students’ knowledge in those parts of the restaurant and food industry where work involves close contact with customers, in the first instance using handicraft methods, both traditional and modern. With a diploma from the programme, students should have the knowledge needed to work in the restaurant and food sector, in e.g. restaurants, bakeries or chacuteries