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International Journal of Arts & Sciences, CD-ROM. ISSN: 1944-6934 :: 10(02):197–208 (2017) HUMAN RESOURCES DEVELOPMENT FOR SUPPORTING INDUSTRIES THROUGH TECHNICAL INTERN TRAINEE DISPATCH PROGRAME OF JITCO Nguyen Duc Bao Long, Nguyen Thi Le Van and Nguyen Duc Quynh Lan Dong Do University, Vietnam Ho Lu Lam Tran Anh Thai Duong Company Limited, Vietnam There is a need to provide training in technical skills, technology, knowledge from developed countries (hereinafter, referred to as “skills”) in order to train personnel who will become the foundation of economic and industrial development in developing countries. In an effort to address this situation, the Japanese government has created the “Technical Intern Training Program”, an initiative that provides training for a specific period in industrial society to both youth and adult workers from all countries. The purpose of this program is to transfer skills to Technical Intern Trainees who will form a basis of economic development in their respective countries and play an important role in Japan’s international cooperation and contribution. Vietnam is one of the big partners of Japan in this program. This program is also deeply meaningful to the development of the manufacturing industry in Vietnam. This paper looks at the technical internship programs between Vietnam and Japan with a special attention to the preparation phase before sending interns to Japan. With thorough study of case related to sending labor to Japan and a small survey among sending organizations, accepting organizations, supervising organizations, implementing orgarnizations, Vietnam Ministry of Labour (MOLISA), Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB), Vietnam Association of Manpower Supply (VAMAS), Vietnam Labour Management Department in Japan, reinstatement organizations and some technical interns to draw a picture of the issue as well as recommend some possible solutions to improve the situation. Keywords: Technical intern trainee program, Technical internship, Human resources development. Introduction Vietnam is currently challenged by competition from regional countries in absorption of FDI, flood of Chinese products, and pressures of international integration. Development of supporting industries is an essential measure for Vietnam to overcome these challenges. Developing supporting industries is a crucial mission in the overall development of the automotive industry. This is also a strategic orientation in the context that Vietnam is facing a strong wave of imported automotive to Vietnam under the light of free trade agreements. Beside technology, industrial knowledge or capital, human resource is also an important portal in the development of supporting industries. 197
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  • Fall '09
  • japan, Government of Japan, technical intern

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