Technical Intern Training Program (TITP) aims to contribute to developing countries by accepting people from these countries for a certain period of time (1 year to 5 years maximum) and transferring skills through On the Job Training (OJT).
A pass in the three years Polytechnic OR a pass in the two years ITI. Mechanical is preferred but others are also eligible/considered.
Kaizen will select Polytechnic/ITI passed candidates and send them to Japan for 3 years for internship. Before sending them to Japan, the candidates will be trained on basic Japanese language and Japanese culture. A stipend will be paid to the candidates to meet their food & accommodation expenses. Then the candidates will be placed in Japan for a specified period (1yr to 5 yrs max) with a salary in Japan. After the completion of internship, the candidate will be returned to India. On successful completion of internship and when the candidate return to India, CII & Kaizen will assist to find a suitable job to the candidate in India.
Selection of Interns are purely based on Qualification and good performance in the interview. To identify the eligible candidates, various tests are conducted like Aptitude Test, English Test, Concentration Test, Physical Tests and basic Medical examination.
There are 3 levels of internships
- By default, all are 3 years internship.
- If the Japan company is willing to extend the internship it can be extended maximum to 5 Years duration.
- Also, there is a 1-year option available.
After completion of the internship programme, the candidate will be returned to India. On returning to India, Kiazen will assist the candidates to find a suitable job in India.
Yes. For 3-5 years internship, there is a training charges. After placing the candidate in Japan, this will be provided as a loan by a financial institution or a Bank and later deducted in monthly EMI in Japan for a period of 12 months to 18 months. That means when the candidate is in India, there will not be any charges. But candidate will be paid a monthly stipend in India.
Japanese language education is conducted by qualified Japanese language teachers.Standard Japanese text books are used for the training. Also, in order to strengthen their practical conversational skills, the interns are trained in the class room, by developing their conversational skills, by giving them hypothetical scenarios of what they might actually come across in Japan.
Marugoto is the textbook that is used as the primary teaching material to provide classes that mainly to concentrate on the conversational skills.
Reference Teaching materials used are Minna no Nihongo, Picture Cards, Voice data, Video, Business Manners Textbook, etc.
Yes. Candidates can write the JLPT exams which is highly recommended.
The interns are educated on Japanese culture and manners apart from Japanese language classes. They are made to submit reports, on a weekly basis in teams like 5S, Sanitary, Time Management and are provided coaching on how to plan, the ability of schedule management, etc. We plan to educate the interns on the basics such as manners etc, from the 1st week of the curriculum starting and they will be guided in such a way that they are able to learn Japanese manners from an early stage.
At present Mechanical / Electrical / Electronics. But in future there is a possibility for 72 sectors.
After successful completion of the selection in India, the intern will be placed in one of the Partner company in Japan with a monthly internship salary.
The duration of the internship can be 1 year OR 3 years which can be extended to maximum of 5 years based on their performance during the internship in Japan.
Visa, Tickets, Insurance will be provided by the company.
Accommodation, Transportation will be provided by the partner company in Japan
Food and other expenses shall be borne by the trainee.
For 3-5 years candidates, training Loan and other expenses, deducted over a period of 18 months after placement in Japan.
For 1 year candidates, all the costs will be paid by the implementing company.
Yes, after selection, the Candidates and Kaizen Intern Training Center will sign an Agreement.
If In Case Of Any Trouble In Japan During The Internship Programme Then What Are The Support/Facility The Candidates Will Get In Japan?
Insurance, Accommodation, Transportation will be provided by the company. Apart from that KITC is having our partner company as Receiving Organization who will take care of the candidate’s needs during the stay in Japan.
Only the Government approved companies are eligible to send the candidates to Japan. Also there are Government approved Supervising organizations who takes care of the candidates in Japan.
Yes, if the candidate completes the internship successfully with a good performance, he will be eligible for bonus payments while returning to India.
Continuous improvement of Japanese language and also technical skills upgrade will provide promotion/Bonus – on a case to case basis.
After completion of the internship programme, the candidate will be returned to India. On returning to India, KITC will assist the candidates to find a suitable job in India.
Please note the following important points:
- Coming late is not allowed during the training period. Warning will be given. If a person comes late for three times, he will be terminated from the TITP program.
- There is no leave. But NTPL holidays like Saturdays, Sundays and National holidays are available.
- Dress Code should be strictly followed as recommended during the internship.
- Japanese manners will be taught during the training programme and which needs to be followed strictly.
TITP – Technical Intern Training Program
OTIP – Organization of Technical Intern Program
OJT – On the Job Training
MoU – Memorandum of Understanding
MoC – Memorandum of Cooperation
R4J – Ready for Japan