We were honoured to have Mr Yonemaru from the Embassy of Japan in India visit NAVIS.
He observed the class of our 11th batch of trainees.
During the class, the students were learning N3 level kanji and were surprised to see the trainees answering difficult kanji with ease.
In the nursing practice, the trainees performed role-playing of nursing care. The trainees acted out situations as a patient and a carer, simulating a real-life Japanese nursing situation. The words they speak are phrases specific to nursing care, and they navigate in a way that supports the patient's independence. They are all nurses, so they behave in a professional manner.
Today was the second interview for Katsuyama city Fukui Prefecture Japan.
The trainees, who spoke Japanese at a brisk pace, seemed to have gained confidence in their Japanese and answered the questions in a lively manner, putting their thoughts firmly into their words.
When I go to Japan, I want to work as a leader, I want to be a certified care worker, I want to be a nurse...The opportunity to have an interview will help them to think seriously about their careers in future.
And because they are all nurses, they take pride in their work. I understand how the patients feel. .
Today, a large interview was held in Katsuyama City, Fukui Prefecture. Today is the first slot.
The trainees came from all over India, from Jammu and Kashmir to the south to participate in the interviews.
Some of the students who have completed their training and have not seen us for a long time came with smiles on their faces. Their cheerful and bright impressions were conveyed to the Japanese people and the whole process went very smoothlyly.
Indian Consulate-General in Osaka-Kobe held a seminar on the use of human resources in India.
As a representative of the Indian sending organization, NAVIS spoke at the seminar.
The topic of the seminar was the matching of Indian human resources with the shortage of human resources in Wakayama Prefecture and the potential of nursing care and agricultural human resources.
NAVIS Weekday courses for N5 level have started today.
This is a short-term intensive course aimed at passing the JLPT by December of this year.
Students from India and abroad came online to join the course. Today we started with an orientation, and everyone was little bit nervous about their first Japanese class.
The N1 course is the highest level of Japanese language training available in India and enables students to understand newspapers, editorial reviews and other academic papers, and to work as interpreters and translators.
The course starts today and will take place over a year of intensive weekend study.
Today, the second round of interviews for the recent interview was held. Six trainees who passed the first round of interviews took on the challenge.
They have really practiced hard for the past few days.
We prepared hard on weekends. They practiced in the mirror, recorded their own Japanese and practiced in a variety of ways to help them perfect their interview skills.
A Big interview session was held with client from Japan.
Some advice before the interview.
"The most important thing is to smile and be cheerful. Try to give 200% of what you normally give, and 100% will be conveyed to Japan through online" "Client can choose are the ones who are always energetic and motivated"
Even the nervous students started to smile, and they were ready for the interview.
Three Certificates of Eligibility (COE) have been issued.Congratulations!
The three trainees from 7th Batch COE have finally arrived in India.
With the Olympics just around the corner in Japan, the question of whether or not foreigners should be allowed to enter the country has been raised, but at the same time, about 19% of the population in India has completed their first round of vaccinations. India is making great strides toward opening up to human resources.
The 8th Batch trainees who have recently completed their training have entered a waiting period. To connect with Japan until they go to Japan.
We held a meeting with them.Priya from 2nd Batch participated in the meeting as a senior who works in Japan. She has been working in Japan for 2 years now.and she seemed to have gotten used to her life and work, and gave a presentation on Japan.
The NAVIS N2 course for the general students is about to begin.
Today was the Orientation.
All of the students have passed the NAVIS level check and are at N3 level, and will be taught by highly experienced teachers who are certified to teach native as a Japanese language by NAVIS, aiming to pass the JLPT N2 in December 2021.
NAVIS was a panelist at the conference "Pathways for Aligning Skill Mapping with International Labour Market: Southern Edition" organized by ICM, a research think-tank of the Ministry of External Affairs, India, Government of India, which manages all issues and pilot projects related to "international migration".
It was a thought-provoking conference on how to map the skills of Indian talent to the international labor market.
The long awaited COE (Certificate of Eligibility) for seven trainees was issued.
COE is an important document for trainees to enter Japan.
The Minister of Justice certifies in advance that the purpose of the foreigner's stay in Japan meets the eligibility requirements set forth in the Immigration Control Act of Japan, prior to obtaining a visa.
Future nurses are full of hope, even in the midst of a pandemic.
A seminar was conducted by NAVIS for the students of Gayathri College of Nursing.
Over 50 students gathered to hear about what to expect after graduation. A demo session was conducted by a Japanese language instructor, where students experienced Japanese for the first time and the sales team explained the opportunities available in Japan.
The 6th Batch of MEGURU commenced on 24th Feb 2020, they have completed their training today.
It began just before the lockdown, and was hardly affected for less than a month by it. Training resumed in online mode, but challenges were much as it was new . Looking back we realize that batch had more hardships than any other batch.
We NAVIS conducted a business Japanese training course for #ASAHIDENSO R&D INDIA PVT. LTD.
As you are aware, In the midst of the pandemic, many Japanese expatriates returned to Japan and began working remotely. To be able to run professional interactions smoothly, NAVIS is helping Indian Professionals work with the Japanese. We are doing this by arranging for In house and retail training, at your job location, making it convenient for you.
NAVIS was selected by the government as a speaker for the parallel session as a representative for "Enhancing International Mobility of Skilled Manpower".
As part of a series of webinars organized by the Government of India and NITI Aayog ministries following this year's budget announcement, the ministries falling under the education sector have organized a webinar on March 3, 2021 at 10:00 am on「Harmnessing Education, Research and Skill Development for an Atmanirbhar Bharat on March 3, 2021 at 10:00 am.
Before our trainees left for Japan, NAVIS had a virtual meeting with Mr. Chawla, the Ministry of External Affairs of India and the Embassy of Japan in India.
Mr. Chawla has been contributing to the Indo-Japan partnership for several years. He told us that working in Japan is a lot of fun, but that we should keep learning even after we go to Japan, because it will make one’s life in Japan more meaningful.
NAVIS made it possible for three trainers from Northeastern state of India, Manipur to begin their most
awaited career opportunity in Japan.
Their big day was on Oct 17 2020. Arriving on their aspiring journey and being initially quarantined for 14 days they stepped up to their month long training, after completion
they were posted to their job location in northern most island of Japan, Hokkaido.
India Business Opportunity Seminar in Osaka-Indian Technical Training System (TITP)
The Consulate General of India in Osaka and Kobe organized a seminar on “Technical Internship Program (TITP)” in cooperation with the Ministry of Skills Development and Entrepreneurship Promotion (MSDE) and the National Skills Development Corporation (NSDC) in India.
NAVIS Nihongo Training Center Pvt Ltd has received its ISO 9001:2015 certification for Japanese Language Training.This certification confirms NAVIS focus on quality training, customer satisfaction, and the drive for continuous improvement.
N4 and N5 measure the level of understanding of basic Japanese mainly learned in class. N1and N2 measure the level of understanding of Japanese used in a broad range of scenes in actual everyday life. N3 is a bridging level between N1/N2 and N4/N5.