Skilled Negrenses off to Japan for work-training
Bacolod City (22 March) -- Some 43 skilled workers from Negros Japan Human Resource Exchange Association Inc. (NJHREAI) left for Japan recently for further training.
The workers have a three-year contract with the Japan-based Multi-Contractor Cooperative that will field the trainees in different companies.
Neg. Occ. Gov. Isidro Zayco urged the trainees to remain honest and hard-working, as their training in Japan will eventually lead them to better opportunities that can uplift the lives of their families.
Each trainee is expected to receive an allowance of Yen 80,000 or P40,000 a month and Yen 220,000 or P110,000 graduation bonus at the end of their stay.
To qualify for NJHREAI training, an applicant should be at least high school graduate, 23-35 years old, and must have at least 3-5 years experience in construction. (PIA/cad) [top]