Nurses, care­givers wanted in Ja­pan

Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! - BY NI­COLE RE­NEE DAVID Sun.Star Staff Re­porter (DOLE)

PRC Board li­cense, with at least three years hos­pi­tal ex­pe­ri­ence, and must be mo­ti­vated and com­mit­ted to work and study as a can­di­date for “Kan­goshi” to ob­tain a Na­tional Li­cense in Ja­pan.

Mean­while, those who wish to ap­ply as care work­ers must be a grad­u­ate of any four-year course, a cer­ti­fied NCII care­giver by TESDA, and a grad­u­ate of Bach­e­lor of Sci­ence in Nurs­ing (with or with­out PRC li­cense).

The can­di­date-nurses to be hired shall first com­plete a six-month on­site Ja­pa­nese lan­guage train­ing and there­after un­dergo on-the-job train­ing at their re­spec­tive hospi­tals. They should be able to pass the li­cen­sure ex­am­i­na­tion in Ja­pan be­fore they can work as reg­is­tered nurses. They have three chances to take the nurs­ing li­cen­sure ex­am­i­na­tion.

Can­di­date-care­givers, on the other hand, shall ini­tially com­plete a six-month on­site lan­guage train­ing and work on-the-job for at least three years be­fore they can take the na­tional ex­am­i­na­tion for care­givers to be able to work in Ja­pan in­def­i­nitely.

The dead­line for sub­mis­sion of ap­pli­ca­tion is on April 30, 2019.

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