The history of Kehtna Vocational School is long and varied. Vocational education courses started in Kehtna in 1925, when Kehtna Higher School of Agricultural Work and Housekeeping was founded. Since June 2016, the school has been called Kehtna Vocational Education Center (Kehtna KHK, KKHK). Kehtna KHK is a state institution managed by the Ministry of Education and Research, where about 450 students’ study in vocational education.
In the school, it is possible to acquire professional education in several fields:
- information and communication technology
- technical studies
Kehtna is the only school in Estonia, that teaches mobile machinery technicians.
The school is ready for cooperation with businesses. It has suitable infrastructure, staff and ability to give out certificates. Time frame: shortest amount of time for preparing a new course (not a degree course) is 5 months. Minimum number of students: approximately 10.