Consulate-General of Japan in Bengaluru Ms. Akiko Sugita participates in the Release ceremony of NAVIS original Japanese textbook "MANTEN" and gives encouragement to SSW (Specified Skilled Worker) and TITP (Technical Intern Training Program) Trainee
World's First Japanese Textbook for Blue Collar Jobs will Accelerate Indians Who Want to Work in Japan under Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) and Technical Intern Training Program (TITP).
On February 25, 2021, NAVIS Human Resources Private Limited (CEO: Takako Oshibuchi, hereinafter referred to as NAVIS) announced the release of MANTEN, a Japanese language textbook focused on helping blue-collar learners pass the Japanese Language Level N5 and N4.
NAVIS Human Resource Pvt Ltd, started out as a Japanese Language Training and Staffing company in 2002.
It now provides placement to Indian Nurses as Care Takers in Japan under the Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) and Technical Intern Training Program (TITP).
NAVIS works on its Native MEGURU model, a concept of Hire, Train and Place.
With this concept MEGURU, NAVIS aims to place India’s surplus human resources in Japan by upgrading them with Japanese language and culture.
Thereby contributing to "Skill India" Initiative by the Indian government for Human Resources Development.
Having spent 18 years in the recruitment business, NAVIS considered that acquiring the skills of Japanese language is a big challenge to introduce human resources to Japan,
therefore has researched and developed a textbook to pass the exam in order to introduce India's abundant blue-collar work force to Japan through the Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) and Technical Intern Training Program (TITP).
In addition, we have a staff of 12 native qualified Japanese instructors to help students acquire active Japanese language skills that can be used significantly in Japanese workplaces.
NAVIS has till date placed 31 nurses under Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) and 3 in Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) program.
The Total number of Care Takers trained, including the ones with processed Japanese Visa is 84. NAVIS plans to send a total of 172 Care Takers by 2021.
"DEKIRU", First textbook for white-collar also an original work of NAVIS has been in use for 18 years and has achieved a high learning rate.
The newly released "MANTEN" for blue-collar learners was developed based on 18 years of training experience and knowledge of Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) and Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) from 2018.
India's Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) on Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) was signed on January 19, 2021.
This MOC will introduce Indian manpower to Japan and is due to accelerate in future.
India, which will become the next human resource supplier from Asian countries, will focus on human resource development in response to the "Skill India" initiative proposed by the Indian government.
In Japan, where there is a chronic shortage of human resource, NAVIS will provide Japanese language training to the N3 level in a duration of six months and additionally support career development that will lead to the development of skills of the Indian white-collar and blue-collar workforce.