About Japanese Language
Japan is a country home to both some of the greatest cultural artifacts and stories as well as the most cutting-edge technology. It has one of the largest economies in the world, with a flourishing business and exciting opportunities for foreigners to settle down, especially South Asians. Learning the language would give a sharp insight into the culture and way of life of the people. Japanese is a language unlike any other – a language isolated, meaning unrelated to any other language, it is still spoken by about 128 million people. Learning Japanese would offer an insider’s view of the work ethic, the environment, and some of the unsaid yet important cultural faux pas to avoid, to ultimately help one succeed in their career and build a life in Japan.
Learnet Skills, through its Japanese language programme, has trained multiple candidates in speaking and understanding the language proficiently. The major emphasis is on building the foundation of the Japanese language and preparing the candidates for JLPT/NAT examination. A large part of the course focuses on understanding the culture, people, and the basic etiquette followed by them. A customized curriculum has been designed for people who are looking for an opportunity to work in Japan.
Learnet Skills, an empaneled Sending Organization (SO) has been implementing various activities in India and Japan and has signed up with multiple Supervising Organizations in Japan, to extract high demand for multiple job roles under TITP (Technical Intern Training Programme) scheme.
TITP is a program that facilitates various opportunities for Indian youth to work in an international environment with great exposure enabling them to learn new skills and get financial stability. Currently, Learnet has set up TITP Training Centers in Delhi, Trivandrum, Kalimpong, Dehradun, and Guwahati along with a team present in Japan.
Job Roles Under TITP
Learnet Skills along with the team working in Japan has partnered with multiple employers and is continuing to do so in multiple job roles like:
- Caregiver: As a Caregiver in Japan, the job responsibility of an intern would be to provide routine individualized care to elderlies at hospitals/home set up/old age homes/community centers, etc. They assist in maintaining activities of daily living for elderlies and work in collaboration with the healthcare teams, individuals, and caretakers to deliver the prescribed healthcare services.
- Plastic Moulder/ Machine Operator: As a plastic/injection moulding machine operator in Japan, the roles and responsibilities include setting up and operating injection-moulding machines to cast products from thermoplastic materials. Installing dies on the machine, according to work order specifications, using clamps, bolts, and hand tools. They also perform TPM (Total Production Management), TQM (Total Quality Management), and record-keeping systems.
- Electroplater: The job of an electroplater in Japan includes tasks such as reviewing work orders, noting specifications about plating, as well as initiating the electroplating process by washing the objects in a cleansing bath followed by applying a solution to the items. Electroplaters also inspect materials and equipment, and characterize products in terms of their size, quantities, distances, and costs. They also maintain records and documentation and ensure that they comply with industry standards.
Training: 400 hours of Japanese language training to clear N4 level
Projects: Participants practice Japanese culture and etiquette for a better understanding of the country and the Japanese people
Interaction Session: Guest lectures and interactive sessions with our Japanese native team to gain first-hand information about prospects, ideas, tips, and other information not openly available
Training on Domain Skills: Additional domain-specific training option is available for the caregiver and a few non-caregiver job roles as well
Certification: Domain certification from Learnet Skills
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