150 Vietnamese and caregivers sent to work in Japan

Friday, 29/07/2022 10:28
The Department of Overseas Labour has coordinated with the Japanese Embassy in Vietnam, and Japanese Language School ARC Academy to organize a ceremony to send off 150 Vietnamese nurses and caregivers as they go to work in Japan under the terms of the Vietnam-Japan Economic Partnership Agreement (VJEPA).
Overview of a ceremony to send off 150 Vietnamese nurses and caregivers to Japan
(Photo: thanhnien.com.vn) 

The Vietnamese candidates have successfully completed Japanese language courses and met all other requirements under the VJEPA programme.

Since 2012, nearly ,700 Vietnamese candidates have been sent to work at various Japanese hospitals and elderly care facilities under the VJEPA scheme.

Selected candidates include young people under the age of 35 who have graduated from college or those who hold a bachelor's degree in nursing and general nursing. The Japanese and Vietnamese governments will cover the costs of Japanese language learning for one year, accommodation, and living expenses during training courses.

While studying and working in Japan, the candidates will receive a salary of between VND27 - 30 million.

Candidates who wish to participate in the programme can apply directly at the Department of Overseas Labour, or alternatively they can send their applications via post to 41B Ly Thai To, Hoan Kiem district, Hanoi, or submit them at the website www.dolab.gov.vn./.

Compiled by BTA