Vocational skills competitions are a prime spot for companies to recruit employees with a pristine skillset. They also provide students with a great opportunity to meet potential employers. Competitions give companies the chance to help develop the education and an avenue for students to stay up to date with their field. During competitions a company receives positive publicity and gets to market their products and services to a very targeted demographic. Vocational skills competitions also present an opportunity to further educate staff.
Custom cooperation packages have been designed for the Taitaja event, and companies can select from these the one that best suits them. In addition to money, other factors of value include materials, equipment, leased devices and work contributions, which are all needed at the event.
Open trials are organised for international competitions, and companies and vocational colleges can send their own representative to compete in these. Companies can support the national vocational skills team also by participating in a competitor's training or expert fees. In addition to money, factors that are of value in cooperation include materials, equipment, leased devices and work contributions, all of which are needed during training or competition trips.