Coronavirus in Norway
Our campuses are closed. Please read updated information for students and staff on our website.
Anyone in charge of competence measures that will be published through the OsloMet Academy must already in the planning phase inform about this by e-mail to email@example.com.
Please inform about the following:
The course coordinator must book rooms from the Course and conference centre (KK Centre). They have their own central room reservation ahead of each term.
Note the deadlines: October 1 for the spring term and April 1 for the autumn term.
The KK Centre also accepts room bookings on a continuous basis.
When the course description has been drawn up, send it by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org for publication.
The deadline for the autumn term is May 1 and the deadline the spring term is November 1.
Download template for course description (.docx) (in Norwegian only)
Would you like the measure to be promoted? Contact us already in the planning phase so that we can look into possible opportunities.
The Personnel Handbook for State Employees regualtes catering to courses and seminars etc. (link in Norwegian only)
The course should have a duration of at least three hours in order for the OsloMet Academy to consider covering any costs of catering. If you want the OsloMet Academy to cover catering costs, you must inform about this when planning the coming term. Information about date, duration and number of participants is requested when as soon as available. For the spring term the deadline is October 1 and for the autumn term the deadline is April 1.
If you wish to have the costs of an external lecturer covered by the OsloMet Academy, information must be sent and a dialogue must have been completed by October 1 for the spring term and April 2 for the autumn term.
The Agency for Public Management and eGovernment (Difi) has developed handy e-learning courses for those who work with training.
The tool «La Stå» is a digital guide for anyone who is involved in education and training activities in the public management. The guide is very useful and can be used if you are planning a course, writing a guide or making a major training programme.
"Funker det digitalt, da?" (“does is work digitally?”) aims to raise competency within digital training methods and online education for teachers, instructors, managers and HR staff, and thus to increase the use of digital education in the state.