Posti Transportation College organizes yearly hundreds of face-to-face trainings in small groups. In addition, online training is utilized. Part of the training is conducted internally, and part is bought and co-created with the best providers in the business. The goal is to offer useful training for as many as possible within Posti and to offer such a beneficial learning experience for the day-to-day work that creates a desire to learn more.
Transportation College provides further professional education for qualified drivers with Posti’s own training license and through Posti’s training partners. Thousands of professional qualification training days are organized each year. Both Posti’s own and cooperation partner drivers are welcome to participate.
Posti Transportation College also signs several training contracts and articles of apprenticeship each year. The goal is to gain a professional degree and to find employment within one’s own field. In addition to this, also professional training for new positions as well as specifically targeted trainings is handled.
Louis Cothard enjoys his work as an Articulated Vehicle Driver, which is a responsible and interesting position. Louis drives throughout Finland to ensure that goods reach their recipients. Louis has been working with Posti since 2015, first as a Light Vehicle Driver, then for a year in consumer distribution and currently as an Articulated Vehicle Driver.read the full story
Anne Partanen thinks it’s great to work for a company that’s a pioneer in its industry. Anne works as a Transportation Manager in Kuopio–Joensuu area. In the course of a long career with Posti, Anne has gained a bird’s eye view on Posti’s various activities and its impact on Finnish society.read the full story
Tia Svinhufvud is studying as a driver with Posti. Work as a driver interested Tia, and she heard that it would be possible to become a professional driver at Posti. An apprenticeship training partner, Keuda, was soon found from among Posti’s extensive collaboration network, so Tia was able to start her two-year course at a rapid pace.read the full story