Learnet Skills Sends 18 Candidates to Japan under the Technical Intern Training Program

New Delhi – Learnet Skills, India’s market leader in the skill development and vocational education sector, today announced that on April 13, 2022, it has successfully sent a sizeable batch of 18 candidates to Japan under the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) under various job roles such as Caregiver, Electroplater, Plastic Moulding and more. They will be joining Learnet’s previously sent four candidates. After a delay of a few years due to the pandemic, these 18 candidates will now begin working under the guidance of their Supervising Organizations- Ecology Business Cooperative and Well Corp.

Marking the 70th Anniversary of the Establishment of the Diplomatic Relations between Japan and India, Mr Satoshi from the Japanese Embassy took part in a felicitation ceremony for the students, along with Mr Anshul Singhal of the NSDC. As part of the bilateral cooperation between India and Japan, signed in October 2017, Japan will accept 2+ Lakh technical interns for on-the-job training for a period of 3 to 5 years from India. TITP is an important initiative to promote skill development not only for employment but also to empower Indian youth for greater social mobility and economic advancements.

The primary objective of TITP is to contribute to fostering of talented individuals who can play leading roles in the development of their countries, industries, and economies by accepting young and middle-aged workers from developing countries as interns in Japan and thereby transfer technical skills, technology, and knowledge to the respective industries in the intern’s home countries.

Commenting on the success of the program, RCM Reddy, MD & CEO, Learnet Skills said, “Words cannot describe the pride that I feel for these young professionals. At Learnet Skills, we ensure that we leave no stone unturned in enabling them to achieve their dreams. I wish the candidates the best of luck and assure them of all assistance through their career in Japan and employment upon their return as well. It is a remarkable feat to see such a large batch of students, with 8 more due to go in May, from all over the country including Delhi, Kerala, West Bengal, Rajasthan, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand and Andhra Pradesh, work in Japan to improve their lives and strengthen our partnership.”

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