• PHILIPPINE START TO SEND "CARE WORKERS" IN JAPAN UNDER TITP PROGRAM

    Last Aug. 24, 2018 The Department of Labor And Employment was already released the Department Order No. 188-B subjected the "GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ORGANIZATION FOR THE TECHNICAL INTERN TRAINING PROGRAM IN RELATION TO T THE TECHNICAL INTERN TRAINING (TIT)FOR "CARE WORKERS" JOB CATEGORY."

    Qualification for Care Worker Technical Intern Trainee in the Philippines

     

    1. Must be 18 years old above (no age limit)
    2.  One(1) year experience in "care worker" whether abroad or locally
    3. In lieu of the no.2 above, the technical intern trainee must have completed:
      • Caregiving NC II from TESDA  Accredited Training Center 
      • Bachelor's degree in any 4 years healthcare related course provided that they are able to submit authenticated copies
    4. The trainee must be a first time participant to the technical intern training program.
    5. The trainee must have completed one of the following language proficiency requirements:
      • Pass N4 level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test equivalence;
      • Score 350 or more in the E-F level or 400 or more in the A-D test of the J.TEST (Test of Practical Japanese) implemented by the japan Language Examination Association or its practical test equivalence;
        • If the trainee scores 400 or more in the A-D Level test of the J.TEST, the trainee automatically fulfill the language proficiency requirements for the 2nd year of technical intern training;
      • Pass at least level 4 of the Japanese language NAT-TEST or its practical equivalence.
    6. In order to qualify for the 2nd year of technical intern training, the trainee must complete one of the following language proficiency requirements within the 1st year training in japan.
      • Pass N3 level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test or itspractical test equivalence;
      • Score 400 or more in the A-D level test of the J.TEST (Test of the Practical Japanese) or its practical test equivalence.
      • Pass at least level 3 of the Japanese language NAT-TEST or its practical test equivalence.
    7. Trainee care workers who are unable to pass the N3 level or equivalent within one year of the technical intern training will be disqualified to complete the training program and will be repatriated in accordance with the Japanese regulations.
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    PHGIC

     

    In November 2017, a noticed from on a foreign care workers who accepted in Japan was presented under TITP(Technical Intern Trainee Program) , Philippines and Japan sending organizations and supervising organizations were judged to be suitable for sending and accepting care workers were listed. Although the opinions of related organizations in both countries were born from some opinions that hurdles too high, but We sincerely welcome you. However, even selected organizations that were screened under strict examination between both countries, relations knowledge and information for accepting an excellent care workers are considered insufficient. The concept of nursing care in Japan is very different compare to the Philippines specially big gap of technology, government laws for agencies that dispatch the sending side of care workers, the guidelines of care workers such as universities that educate care workers and there capability, the judgement of japanese language curriculum and the way of teaching, the qualification of of sending organizations, illegal collection of money of both organizations, this are the things to be careful when sending and accepting care workers of both countries. Even nursing care facilities in Japan that directly hire permanent visa foreigner caregivers has the same dilemma.

     

    PHGIC set a theme "better talent,through a better organization, better companies". Workers And those who get caregiver course must everything has to be win-win. Over the years we visited a lot of sending and accepting organizations of both countries together with the different affiliated bureau of the government. We conducted repeated meetings a lot of times, then we created a very good system that no one can reach out for sending and receiving care workers consistently in both countries with trust.

     

    The Philippines has history of overseas employment of nurses and caregivers compared to other third world country. And, There are substantial educational institutions that nurture nurses and caregivers that no other country reach. Recently, European countries such as Germany, and United Kingdom, Nurses and caregivers have a huge job offer and also to our neighbor countries such as china. But PHGIC only give fully assitance for those Filipino care workers willing to work in Japan.

     

    "It was a great experience to work in Japan as a Filipino Care worker" will be the future that we wanted to hear from all the Filipino care workers under PHGIC PROJECT.

     

    PHGIC is not a Sending Organization nor Supervising Organization. We are composed of accepting companies and supervising organizations in Japan, nursing homes,sending companies and sending organizations in Philippines, Japanese Language Schools, Caregiver Training Centers, Schools and Universities. PHGIC are the total conductor of this whole Project to deliver "Better Human-resources, Through a Better Organization , Better Company.

  • Guidelines of Technical Intern Trainee "Careworker"

  • GUIDELINES ON THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE ORGANIZATION FOR TECHNICAL INTERN

  • PHGIC ACTIVITIES

    Philippines and Japan Government

    Preparation for fetching in Airport of Japanese Congressmen and Private Sector with

    Cabinet Secretary Leoncio Evasco Jr.

    Japan Congressmen Under TITP Committee Discussed about the Guidelines of Careworkers in Japan to undersecretary of the office of the Cabinet Secretary John Titus Vistal.

    Japan Congress and Private Sector meets Hon. Ferdinand Bongbong Marcos

    and Hon. Antonio Lagdameo Jr.

    Private Meeting with visiting Congressmen and selected Representatives from Philippine Government.

     

    Representative Virgilio Lacson (Manila Teachers Party List),

    Representative Ciriaco Calalang (Kabayan Party List) and

    Representative Ron Salo (Kabayan Party List)

    Dinner Mission

    "Strengthening Friendship, Economic and Diplomatic Ties"

  • COURTESY CALL OF DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT

    DOLE Undersecretary Bernard P. Olalia

     

    DISCUSSING POLICIES AND PLANS FOR FILIPINO Skilled and Highly skilled worker.

  • REQUIREMENTS OF THE TECHNICAL INTERN TRAINEE

    WANT TO WORK IN JAPAN AS CARE WORKER?

    Under the new regulation of Japan Government they open up the opportunities to the Filipinos who wanted to work as care worker in JAPAN.

  • PRESS RELEASE

    Bandila; Para sa isang Japanese Congressman, Malaki ang naitutulong ng mga manggagawang Pilipino sa Japan.

    According to the report, Japan Congressmen visit Philippines and meet Department of Labor and Employment Undersecretary Bernard P. Olalia  for jobs to be offered to Filipinos.

     

    Congressman Takemoto, Naokazu said "All the people who are living in the care house, they lonely. They don't have any friends. However, Filipino come to see them, come to talk with her. Filipino is a very good worker in Japan.

    The reason why we cannot grow so fast is because we are suffering from Labor shortage."

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    TAKASHI MIYAMOTO

    CHAIRMAN

    CLARK DEXTER S. BADARAN

    PRESIDENT

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