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“I have participated in many NIVA courses during the last 10 years, and it has always been a pleasant experience, not only due to the high-quality scientific content but also the warm atmosphere, great locations and social programs. ”

Lars L. Andersen
Professor, NRCWE; Adjunct Professor, Aalborg University, Denmark

“One of the highlights of my NIVA workshop experience was to interact with people in different locations and time zones. We fed off each other’s knowledge and experiences, but more importantly, shared a keen interest for future collaborations. I can say for a fact that I got more than I bargained for from this workshop, and without hesitation I would recommend it to other researchers, early career researchers, KTP associates or knowledge mobilisers in the field of work disability prevention.”

Dr Abasiama Etuknwa
Research Project Coordinator, KTP Associate, University of Huddersfield

“This is an impressive organisation which produces huge human, social, and economic benefits. When we think of the best in our European societies, NIVA is a great example. When we think about the current economic, sociopolitical, environmental, and cultural crises, NIVA is an example of how to make progress.”

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About us

NIVA is the only institute in Europe that focuses solely on an international and advanced level of occupational education – course participants are accepted regardless of where in the world they come from.

Nordic co-operation

Nordic co-operation is one of the world’s most extensive forms of regional collaboration, involving Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden, the Faroe Islands, Greenland and Åland. These countries together form the Nordic region – Norden – which comprises approximately 26 million people