Japan has compiled a report that the technical intern trainee program (TITP) will end next year.
Do you know Technical Intern Training Program (TITP)?
This is a system to “learn technology in Japan, bring it back to your home country and work based on Japan’s experience”.
Knowing this, everyone thinks “?” Because now you can travel and work in SSW VISA. In other words, the purpose of the Technical Intern Training Program became meaningless a long time ago.
One more thing, this technical intern training system was a problem in the Philippine parliament in the past. In other words, learning technology is just a pretext, and in reality it has become a system that uses foreigners cheaply.
For this reason, the ILO (International Labor Organization) often referred to it as HUMAN TRAFFICKING, and people around the world continued to notice against Japan as a human rights issue. And now, this technical intern training program is finally coming to an end. that’s right. Because the system didn’t exist in the first place.
And the reason for this is that SSW started in 2019.
What will happen to the technical intern training system in the future? Will it be unified into SSW?
The answer is “NO”. This is because the rights of the technical intern training system cannot be erased. So it will remain in some form. It can be confusing for working people who want to go to work in Japan.
However, to be a visa one rank below SSW. It will be a regular working visa.
On the other hand, like SSW, there is a high possibility that you will not be able to departure unless you pass a Japanese certification such as JLPT. You will also likely need a certification like TESDA.
And middlemen who have caused problems in the past will be eliminated. This may not only be the Japanese side, but also the Philippine agency involved in it may be sorted out.
In short, for workers who want to work in Japan from the Philippines, the purpose is to become a scheme that allows them to work safely and with peace of mind, so for the time being, focusing on SSW and acquiring the requirements is the best option to avoid getting into trouble. We think.
This is JICAO’s prediction, but if the Japanese language requirement for SSW is JFT-A2 or JLPT-N4, it is highly likely that the new scheme will require JFT-A1 or JLPT-N5. However, in the case of SSW, there are cases where bonuses are given, but the new scheme is likely to be a real hourly quantity like a part-timer.