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Joint Seminars hosted by Sending and Supervising Organizations

Joint Seminar with Sending Organizations in Mongolia

Japan International Training Cooperation Organization

JITCO decided to start hosting a joint seminar from this year with the aim for the certified sending organizations and accepting organizations to strengthen mutual cooperation through information exchange and improve training and technical internship results.

The first joint seminar with Mongolian organizations was held at Surugadai Memorial Hall of Chuo University on June 6, 2007 and the total of 43 people participated in the event to share information (3 representatives from Ministry of Social Welfare and Labour in Mongolia, 1 member from Mongolia Embassy, 21 members from 15 sending organizations from Mongolia, and 18 members from 12 accepting organizations in Japan).

JITCO's keynote presentation

Mongolian government's keynote presentation

JITCO's keynote presentation:

  1. Following three issues need to be paid thorough attention by Mongolian government and sending organizations:

    1. Thorough understanding on the purpose of training program
    2. Consideration of professions included in the scope of training and technical internship (exclusion of service industry).
    3. Understanding the roles of sending organizations (appropriate and smooth recruitment and screening of candidates, health check-up, support in Japan and follow-up support for returnees).

  2. To start dispatching trainees to Japan, certification by Mongolian government will be necessary.  Notification must be made to JITCO whenever new sending organization becomes certified.

Mongolian government's keynote presentation:

  1. Recently, the relationship between Mongolia and Japan is deepening and the Ministry of Social Welfare and Labour thoroughly understands its role and the young Mongolian people have deep understanding on the purpose of the training program.
  2. The Ministry is implementing the policy to issue a license only after providing thorough education for sending organizations.
  3. It is requested that accepting and sending organizations to recognize the training program not as business but as human resource development.

Following the keynote presentations, a representative from both accepting and sending organization made presentation on the current status and business. As closing, free time was provided for all the organizations to introduce themselves and exchange their business cards.

Introduction and greeting by sending organizations