ARMS sends two batches of Indian skilled interns to Japan under TITP
Japan-based ARMS Incorporation has trained and sent over 10,000 technical interns to Japan from countries China, Vietnam, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Mongolia where they were intensively trained and were provided employment in Japan.
Registered as a sending organisation (SO) under the Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) of India’s National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC), ARMS dispatched its first batch of eight interns on March 17, 2022 and second batch of 21 interns on March 28 from New Delhi airport to Japan.
To stay in Japan for the next three years, these interns were rigorously trained in Japanese languages proficiency skills as well as its culture besides their respective domain knowledge areas by ARMS.
With this, ARMS has sent a total of 60 interns to Japan so far.
With over 20 years of experience in rendering skill development and training courses, the ARMS Incorporation was started in Japan by Hamajima Masayoshi in Aichi, Nagoya. Acquiring the license of a ‘Sending Organisation’ in the very first phase, ARMS offers Technical Intern Training Program Japanese language training and corporate training to individuals.
ARMS has sent over 10,000 technical interns to Japan from countries China, Vietnam, Myanmar, Philippines, Thailand, Indonesia, and Mongolia where they were intensively trained and were provided employment in Japan.
ARMS aims to impart training directly through Japanese natives to develop individuals holistically and train them to adapt themselves to the work culture in Japan.