SURIN, 30 September 2012 – The Ministry of Labour is sending a number of prospective Thai workers for training in Japan, under a cooperation agreement made with the International Manpower Development Organization of Japan. The Department of Employment has been tasked with selecting workers to participate in the project.
Ms. Saranya Deepoon, acting head of Surin’s Employment Office says the Department of Employment is accepting applications for training in two positions. Successful applicants will receive a 1-year training course free of charge and will receive wages under the conditions set by the training companies. Upon completion of the training, trainees will benefit from greater working experience that wil be useful in their seeking of jobs when returning home.
According to Ms. Saranya, applicants should be male, aged between 20-30, and hold a high school diploma or equivalent, in any of the following fields: automotive mechanics, factory engineering, welding, electrical engineering, electronics, and construction (excluding those in the fields of architecture, hardware, civil engineering, and surveying). Applications are now open and will be closed on October 12. They can be submitted at the Office of the Thailand Overseas Employment Administration as well as employment offices nationwide.
More information can be obtained at telephone number 0-4451-6017-8.