Surabaya – Registered Training Organization (LPKS) Universitas Nahdlatul Ulama Surabaya (UNUSA) hold classes for prospective workers who want to work in Japan.
Head of Registered Training Organization (LPKS) UNUSA, Dr. Ima Nadatien SKM Mkes. provided this event after gaining trust from the Ministry of Manpower, Directorate General for Training and Productivity Development to organize a training for prospective workers who will work in Japan. Because of that, Registered Training Organization (LPKS) UNUSA will conduct N4 training for Japanase language certification until December 2020.
“N4 Japanese Language Training is one of requirements for prospective workers, particularly for nursing students who want to work in Japan,” said Mrs Ima on Friday (14/8).
This training was initiated directly by Indonesian Minister of Manpower, Dr. Ida Fauziah at her office in Jakarta. “This event can be an encouragement for us as Registered Training Organization (LPKS) UNUSA which has been inaugurated for several months. Furthermore, it will be giving a good impact for general public.” Mrs Ima explained.
Mrs Ima informed that this training was conducted for five days. While Saturdays and Sundays or weekends were be given any special training if the participants have any difficulties. Along with the given assignment for the participants, this training also prepared an exam which the participants will taking care of elderly people and communicate with using Japanese language. “It will be our screening standards for those participants who will go to Japan,” Mrs Ima continued her conversation.
Mrs Ima wished that with this program, it will be a good impact for general public, particularly for the participants or the prospective workers itself for exploring their ideas and experiences in the future. (sar UNUSA public relations and marketing.)