TADIAN, Mountain Province – The management of the Manila-based Philippine Human Resource Global Information Center (PHGIC) clarified the issues and concerns besetting the ongoing deployment of overseas workers to Japan for the appreciation of those wanting to undergo the required four to six months Nihonggo language training among other stringent criteria imposed by the prospective employers.
PHGIC president and chief executive officer Clark Dexter Badaran pointed out that passing the Nihonggo language training is just one of the major requisites for an individual to be deployed for overseas work in the various companies in Japan that is why the trainees should do their part in ensuring the mastery of the said language while waiting for prospective employers to interview them.
He claimed that the ongoing Nihonggo language trainings in the municipality and Paracelis are free for those interested applicants that will qualify for the same through the partnership that was established among the company, the Bulacan-based Sage Asian Language Center and the Dominguez family.
The PHGIC official said that residents of the province are very lucky that the Nihonggo language training is being conducted in the chosen areas for convenience and proximity purposes through the said established partnership, thus, the selected trainees must exert extra effort to ensure their mastery of the Nihonggo language to help convince their prospective employers to hire them for the available jobs in their companies.
Badaran disclosed that he motivated the Nihonggo language trainees in the municipality to strive for the best in their lessons and sustain the same by ensuring their mastery of the language while awaiting for the schedule of their interview with their prospective employers to be able to land in a gainful job overseas, especially in Japan.
According to him, the language trainers are doing their best to cascade to the language trainees the curriculum of the training that is why the trainees should also do their part by excelling in their lessons and the future interviews that will be scheduled with their prospective employers.
The Nihonggo language training in the province started early last year that saw dozens of bonafide residents from the different municipalities complete the training and a number of them being hired for their overseas work on Japan where they already started to send a portion of their salaries to their families to help in gradually improving their lives in their respective communities.
Earlier, the Nihonggo language training started in Abangan before expanding to Tadian and now Paracelis to cater to the increasing enrollees from the different parts of the province wanting to avail of the said free language training that will serve as one of their qualifications for them to have a gainful employment in Japan once they are able to qualify as per the assessment of their prospective employers who will be conducting an interview of the applicants for the available jobs in their respective companies.
Badaran said that one of the priorities for deployment by the company are those qualified workers from Mountain Province who have shown their competence and passion for the job that they applied for, especially the farm workers who are now doing well in their jobs in different companies in various prefectures in Japan.