Tallinn Construction School (TCS) founded in 1947 is the state-budget financed vocational study institution in Tallinn administered by Estonian Ministry of Education and Research.

Since 2002 the training has been carried out in the Estonian and Russian languages according to the education policy decision to unite the Estonian-language Tallinn Construction School and the Russian-language Tallinn Kopli Construction School. The studies at school  are based on curricula corresponding to national professional standards in three spheres:

  • Construction: mason, construction finisher, carpenter, restorer-finisher, tiler
  • Energy and automation: electrician
  • Processing of wood materials: joiner, furniture restorer, upholsterer; CNC machine operator
  • Gardening: landscapeer

TCS has been the member of Estonian Association of Construction Enterpreneurs since 1995, Estonian Furniture Industry Association since 2001 and Estonian Association of Electrical Enterprises since 2004.

TCS is officially acknowledged as the Vocational Examination Centre in all three professional fields by vocational accrediting bodies.

The Department of Adult Training has been successfully functioning in TCS since 1993. In adult training activities the school has been collaborating with Labour Market Board and Estonian Ministry of Education and Research.

TCS collaborates with other vocational training institutions, schools of general  and higher education.

TCS participates in international projects. TCS is a partner different European Social Fund development projects. For improvement the teaching of vocational skills TCS has contractual relationships with enterprises where students have regular practical training.


Tallinn Construction School is the leading and sustainable vocational training centre in the fields of construction, electrical and woodworking professions in Estonia.

School has actively functioning national and international collaboration network, whose aim is to  establish prerequisites for all the graduates for successful coping in the labour market and everyday life by unified qualitative vocational training.

School has modern and developing training and working environment that motivates all the participants engaged in the school activities.


Training of internationally competitive skilled labour that meets labour market requirements.

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