Costs of training

The training arranged by JHL is generally free for members. JHL covers travelling expenses and course fees and offers accommodation and meals.

For workdays, JHL pays members a course allowance (non-taxable income) upon their presenting a proof of loss of earnings.

JHL also supports training arranged by SAK and has extended the course allowance to apply to courses at SAK’s Kiljava Institute. Furthermore, JHL pays the fees for courses arranged by Työväen Sivistysliitto TSL - Workers’ Educational Association WEA of Finland.

For further information on financial aid for training purposes, see JHL training subsidy.


Latest update: 6/10/13

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