VIKK offers learning opportunities for both full time and part time students starting form age 16 through to lifelong learning. Here are some of the cateogries on offer:

     IT servers and networks, programming;
     cooking and hospitality;
     truck driving and bus driving;
     automotive mechanics;
     metalwork and welding;
     building, decorating/finishing;
     furniture restoration;
     electrical training;
     plumbing and HVAC;
     and more!

The subjects taught at our school are also supported by the Unemployment Fund's "Work and learn!" program. Find out more about the conditions for receiving support HERE.

See the VIKK virtual tour HERE.

The are a lot of different vocations on offer, and the Estonian version of this site has them all in detail. You can preview one of the specilities below: furniture restoration. It's a really popular one!

Study Skills Readiness

Type of studiesFormatRequired BackgroundLength of studiesEQF LevelApplication period
Type of studiesVocationalFormatFull time, on siteRequired Backgroundno specific education requiredLength of studies1 yearEQF Level2Application period01.04.2023-20.08.2023

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Study skills readiness group has a blog! You can read the Estonian version here: SIIT

What is the aim of this group?

This is preparatory learning for vocational training. It provides a range of initial professional knowledge and experience to help you decide on your future studies. It not only prepares you to continue your studies but also to enter the labour market.

Who does it suit?

  • you have not finished primary school (~9th grade) but you are 17-25 years old;
  • you have finished primary school but you don't know what you would like to study;
  • you have dropped out of vocational school or upper secondary school;
  • Your health limits your choices and you don't know what you can do in the world of work and careers (i.e. DYS learners);
  • You are not working or studying;
  • You have limited knowledge of Estonian, and may have arrived as a Ukranian refugee, for instance.

Why are there two curriculums: 30 ECTS and 60 ECTS. Which fits you best?

  • The 60 ECTS curriculum is a 1 year course, which is particularly suitable for young people who need extra support in finding their specialisation and in shaping their study path. Studies start at the beginning of the academic year.
  • The 30 ECTS is a 6-month course, suitable for young people who do not know what they want to do. Studies start in January, but you can join until April.

What would studying be like?

Lessons run from Monday to Friday, with practical and theoretical activities interspersed and balanced in terms of volume. Participation in practical classes in the different disciplines, career planning, communication, physical activity and individual meetings with support professionals are an important part of the learning. You can view the curriculum and study plan in Estonian here: Õppekava ja rakenduskava.

If you are interested and would like more information, you can contact: 

social pedagogue Maili Mäehunt:, tel.: 56291078  Maili also speaks English.

group leader Ülle Kramer:, tel: 56877910 Ülle spricht auch Deutsch.