JAKARATADAILY.ID – Indonesian Minister of Manpower, Ida Fauziyah said, the need for nursing workers for the elderly people in Japan is very high because many of the country's residents have entered their old age.
Since several years ago, the Government of Japan has encouraged the acceptance of apprenticeship participants and foreign workers through the Specified Skilled Workers or SSW scheme.
"This is certainly a very good opportunity for Indonesian human resources who want to work as elderly nurses/caregivers in Japan, considering that Japan is interested in the abilities and attitudes of Indonesian workers who are known to be friendly and polite," explained Minister Ida as she witnessing the memorandum of agreement between the Ministry of Manpower and HSWC, Japan, in Medan, North Sumatra, Tuesday, May 17, 2022.
Minister Ida said that the Ministry of Manpower together with HSWC, Japan, is preparing a pilot project training program this year for Indonesian to become prospective workers in Japan through the SSW scheme.
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After completing this training, graduates have the opportunity to take a competency test according to Japanese standards.
"If you graduate, you will have the opportunity to work in Japan through the SSW scheme," said the Minister of Manpower Ida.
For your information, Hinode Medical Welfare Group is a company engaged in the health and food sector. The company is based in Hyogo Prefecture, Japan.
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