Implementation of the Nursing Professions Act has switched the emphasis towards more generalist training. This entails considerable changes as far as the practical side of training is concerned. Structures and processes are aligned towards considering higher requirements within the context of practical deployments with differing focuses. Two essential developments are currently taking place in practical training. Practice guidance now takes the form of a full professional problem-solving process, and both positions and functions in practical training are becoming more differentiated. This is demonstrated by qualitative interviews conducted with company-based training staff.