Care Work Details

Demand of care workers in Japan

As Japan’s population rapidly grays, ensuring there are enough nursing care workers to meet growing demand has become a pressing issue. In 2025, 1 in 5 people will be aged over 75, and 1 in 5 seniors aged over 65 will have dementia, according to Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry of Japan estimates.

Though the number of nursing care workers has actually tripled to 1.71 million in 2013 from 550,000 in 2000 it has failed to keep pace with the rapidly growing demand, resulting in a chronic shortage of manpower.

The ratio of job openings to job-seekers in care services stood at 2.69 in April, 2018, while it was 1.12 for all industries, according to the Ministry sources. The ratio means there were 269 positions available for every 100 job-seekers. Considering Japan’s declining workforce, the labor shortage in the industry is expected to worsen over time.

According to an estimate, Japan will need 2.53 million care workers in fiscal 2025, but the number will fall short of demand by 377,000.

 

Essentials of being a nursing care worker

Apart from possessing basic skill-set of being a care-worker for the elderly, a prospective intern must have adequate proficiency in Japanese language (while N4 level proficiency can qualify for internship, an intern has also to clear N3 level within one year of landing in Japan) so that communication with the elderly and the staff is smooth and effective.

More importantly an intern has to be fully sensitized to Japanese culture to assimilate in the new environment there and to be acceptable as part of the Team.

In addition, interns should possess the right attitude and physique as a care worker job can be physically and mentally tough. Such workers have to provide physical support to the elderly and be on alert throughout their working hours, especially when looking after senile dementia patients.

 

How Chi Skill provides 360 Degree Congruence

Chi Skill has researched the various elements of requirement of being a nursing care worker in Japan, on the one hand and the skilling and training needs for Indian interns, on the other.

The whole process of mobilizing and screening talent, their training, setting expectations fully meeting job requirement has been evolved by Chi Skill accordingly.

Fee Structure

Component Charges (in INR)
Japanese Language Training 36000
Boarding & Lodging 60000
Local & International placement support 19000
Administrative charges 80000
Documentations charges 30000
225000
 

TITP Courses

S.No. Course Name Duration (months) Training Location Eligibility Visa Type Interview Location

Japanese language Course for qualified Care Workers

A Part-Time (4 hrs/d) 7 months 1 month India Qualified Nurse/ Care-worker + 6 mth exp TITP Intern Delhi/ Bangalore or On Skype
B Full-Time (8hrs/d) 3.5 months 0.5 month India-1 mth; Japan-3 mth as above Tourist/ TITP Intern Japan

Japanese language + Care Worker Skill Course

A Full-Time (8 hrs/d) - India 3.5 months 4 months India 10+2 TITP Intern Delhi/ Bangalore or On Skype
B Full-Time (8hrs/d) - India and Japan 4 months 4 months India - 4 months (Skill),1 - month (Language); Japan-3 months 10+2 Tourist/ TITP Intern Japan

Japanese language Course for other Skills (TITP Job Roles)

A Part-Time (4 hrs/d) 3 months - India 10+2/ Graduate + TITP Skill + 6 mth exp TITP Intern Delhi/ Bangalore or On Skype
B Full-Time (4 hrs/d) - Dual 3 months - Japan 10+2/ Graduate + TITP Skill + 6 mth exp Tourist/ TITP Intern Japan

* Processing fee @ Rs. 1 Lakh per candidate
* Training fee, Air Fare, Visa fee would be charged as per actuals

Work in Japan