BACOLOD City – Nurses from Negros Occidental may avail of a study-now-pay-later Japanese language program and undergo vocational care-giving training for 3 years and 3 months in Japan starting January 2019.
A press statement from the provincial government’s Public Information Office said that the four-month Japanese language training will be conducted at OISCA Bago Training Center as part of the assessment and screening process prior to the final selection by the Japanese teachers.
Negros Occidental Scholarship Program Head Karen Dinsay said nurses who are interested to study in Japan should be 22 to 29 years old and single.
The nurses who will pass the selection process will be given the scholarship to study at Houshin School of Healthcare and will be allowed to work part-time as a caregiver in a nursing home facility.
Interested applicants may call or visit PIO office at 434-9039 (Dit-Dit), PEDIC at 431-3165 (April) or NOSP at 7070534 (Thea).
An orientation will be conducted on May 30, 9 a.m., at the Provincial Capitol.