Rules and Regulations

Tampere Vocational College Tredu’s rules and regulations (effective from 1.2.2024)

There are rules and regulations at Tampere Vocational College Tredu that everyone must follow.

These rules and regulations are important to ensure that studying and working is safe and enjoyable for everyone.

The rules and regulations specify the rights and responsibilities of both students and staff.

The rules and regulations also apply to those visiting Tredu’s premises.

The rules and regulations are based on Finnish laws and regulations.

The rules and regulations also outline the consequences of breaking them.

  • The rules and regulations apply to everyone visiting or studying in Tredu’s premises or other designated study locations.

    The rules and regulations apply within Tredu’s campuses and the outdoor areas.

    The rules and regulations are also applicable when a student is studying at a workplace or any other location necessary for their studies.

    The rules and regulations are in effect when Tredu organizes events or events are held on Tredu’s premises.

    When students are at a workplace, they must also obey the rules and practices of the workplace.

    Tredu’s other applicable guidelines must also be followed.

  • Everyone at Tredu has the right to be safe and comfortable. 

    Students have the right to receive suitable teaching, guidance, and support. 

    Students must participate in classes and assessments related to their studies. 

    Students must complete their assignments well and behave properly. 

    Students must follow Tredu’s rules and staffs’ instructions. 

    Students must be prepared for studying and bring necessary tools and equipment with them. 

    When a student is at the workplace, they must follow workplace rules and agreed working hours. Students must also inform the workplace and guiding teacher if they are absent. 

  • Everyone at Tredu must ensure that Tredu is a good place to study and work for everyone.

    No one should bully, disturb, or treat others unfairly. If it happens, teacher must be informed.

    If a student disturbs, behaves violently, or endangers the safety of others, the teacher can order them to leave the class or event. If the student disobeys, the principal or teacher can remove them from the class or event.

    Students must perform their tasks well and behave appropriately.

    Students must respect other people.

    No one should harass or discriminate against others.

    Students must not bring dangerous substances or objects to Tredu’s premises or workplace.

  • Protection from danger is necessary in studies and practical work.

    The use of protective equipment is essential.

    Safety instructions must be followed in all study and work locations.

    Safety issues must be reported immediately to the teacher or responsible person.

    Failure to use protective equipment may lead to work interruption.

    If studying takes place at the workplace, workplace rules and instructions must be followed.

    Outside individuals cannot be brought to the workplace without permission.

    Harassment or threatening behavior may lead to an eviction order. If the order is not obeyed, the teacher or principal can remove the person from the premises.

    Violation of the law will be reported to the police.

    If necessary, a student must show a student card or explain the reason for being on Tredu’s premises or study locations.

    Unauthorized leaving of the study location will result in loss of insurance coverage.

    The teacher or principal can inspect the student’s belongings and clothing.

    Prohibited or dangerous items can be taken away.

  • Tredu’s belongings must be handled carefully and responsibly.

    Any breakages or losses must be reported immediately to the teacher. Compensation must be paid for damaged items.

    Permission must be asked to borrow items. Only Tredu’s items can be borrowed.

    Only study-related items can be kept on Tredu’s premises.

    The institution is not responsible for the loss or damage of students’ personal belongings.

  • Tools can only be used for study or work purposes. Tools include phones and computers.

    The use of phones or computers must not disturb others or studying.

    Images, videos, or recordings of other people must not be published without permission.

    Data security and privacy guidelines and rules related to Tredu’s and Tampere high schools’ devices must be followed.

  • Substances cannot be brought to Tredu’s premises or classes. Substance use is prohibited.

    The use of tobacco products is prohibited on Tredu’s premises and outisde areas. Tobacco products include cigarettes, cigars, e-cigarettes, snuff, and nicotine pouches.

    The ban on tobacco product use applies to everyone spending time in Tredu’s premises.

    A student may be warned for using tobacco products.

    Repeated use of tobacco products may result in informing parents and issuing a written warning.

    Continuous use of tobacco products may also result in a written caution.

    Gambling is prohibited on Tredu’s premises and during classes.

  • Everyone has the right to be treated equally and fairly.

    Tredu’s indoor and outdoor spaces must be kept clean.

    Nothing unrelated to studying should be displayed on Tredu’s premises without permission.

    Drive carefully in Tredu’s outdoor areas.

    Cars and bicycles must be left in designated places.

    Emergency exits must be kept clear.

  • Students may face consequences for violating the rules and regulations.

    Disruptive or dangerous students may be removed from the classroom or event.

    Discussions may be held with the student.

    A written warning may be given to the student.

    A student may be prohibited from participating in teaching for up to three days.

    A student’s belongings, clothing, and storage spaces may be inspected.

    A student may be temporarily expelled.

    A student’s right to study may be revoked.

  • Students residing in Tredu’s dormitory must obey Tredu’s rules and regulations and the dormitory’s own rules.

    The dormitory rules specify what students are allowed and not allowed to do in the dormitory.

    If a student violates the rules, they may face consequences.