Labour market training, arbetsmarknadsutbildning, makes you more attractive on the relevant labour market. The training is often tailor made together with a specific employer and often leads directly to a job.

Register your interest in a study visit

Information about our current labour market training courses can be found here. Find out if a training course would suit you by making a study visit to the course provider. Study visits are usually done digitally via video calls.

Register by emailing the contact person for the training course(s) you are interested in. The course provider will then contact you to confirm the visit can take place.


Arbetsmarknadsutbildning is a short vocational training programme for occupations where there is a shortage of trained people. The training does not guarantee that you will get a job, but it makes a real improvement to your chances. The training programme usually takes from a few weeks up to 6 months, but may in some cases be longer. The training is full-time.

For whom

There are a number of things that affect your chances of being able to take labour market training. Among other things, we weigh up your previous training and education and your experience, your opportunity of getting a job and what the needs of the labour market look like. You need to be registered as a jobseeker with us. You also need to satisfy one of the following:

  • You are at least 25 years old.
  • You are under 25 years old and have a disability that affects your ability to work.
  • You are at least 18 years old and face significant challenges in entering the labour market.

How it works

The training programme is provided by various training companies around the country, on our behalf. Here you can see which training programmes are currently available. If you find something that you think might suit you, you can take it up as a suggestion when you meet us.

Financial support

You can receive financial support while you are taking a labour market training programme. Talk to us about what applies to you.

Benefit while you take part in a programme

Pedagogical support

You can get pedagogical support, supplemented with aids, when you participate in some of our study programmes. Talk to us about what applies to you.

Individual Pedagogical Support (IPSU)


You are covered by personal injury and group life insurance policies when you participate in a labour market training programme.

How to take the next step

Contact us

Prepare yourself to explain why the support could increase your job opportunities.


We review your situation together. An employment officer assesses whether the support is a good way to increase your job opportunities.


What support we can offer you depends on what your situation looks like. Who is entitled to any kind of support is ultimately regulated by the government.