Training courses are designed to meet local employment needs and standard six-month vocational training is offered at Polytechnic Centers and other facilities, through which job seekers can acquire the skills, technical expertise, and relevant knowledge needed to find new work quickly.
In order to train people who can underpin advanced manufacturing to serve as the very basis of industry, an education and training system is made available that combines practice and study by effectively linking theory with skills and technology in accordance with developments in technical innovation and changes in the industrial structure. In this way, advanced technical engineers can be trained who are capable of handling cutting-edge skills and technology through their mastery of basic manufacturing technology.
Counseling for employers’ organizations and employers is implemented to solve human resources training issues for their employees. Training for employed people is provided to mainly, small- and medium-sized enterprises in the manufacturing industry in order to improve their skills/technology.
Training Based on the “Guideline”
In order to establish a vocational training base for the entire country and maintain and improve its quality,Polytechnic University conducts nurturing and training of vocational training instructors for the purpose of improving their skills, research and surveys on human resources development, and other activities.
The Support System for Job Seekers aims to promote the employment of job seekers with specific requirements and contribute to their stable employment and livelihood by providing them with vocational training, subsidies to facilitate participation in vocational training, and other forms of support measures for finding work. Under this system, JEED conducts the following activities.