VOV.VN - The Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MoLISA) is currently in the process of recruiting additional nurse practitioners and orderlies who can work in Japan in order to meet the demand for the nation’s nurse practitioners which has steadily increased in recent years.
VOV.VN - Vietnam had 134,751 guest workers employed abroad last year, exceeding the set target by 28.3% and equivalent to 106.7% of 2016’s figure. 2017 set a record as the fourth consecutive year that Vietnam has had more than 100,000 workers in foreign job markets.
Vietnamese nurses and orderlies are in demand in Japan, with around 760 needed this year, but there are only 210 qualified candidates, according to the Department of Overseas Labour under the Ministry of Labour, Invalids and Social Affairs (MOLISA).
Japan is open to Vietnamese nurses and orderlies as it will need a large number of foreign personnel in this field in the next few years, a representative of the All Japan Hospital Association has said.
The Department for Overseas Labour Management on October 20 announced the recruitment of 180 nurses and orderlies to work in Japan as part of the Vietnam-Japan economic partnership agreements (EPA).
(VOV) -A pilot programme providing advanced training for Vietnamese medical orderlies in Germany will be accepting applications from May 6-20, according to the Department of Overseas Labour (DOLAB).
(VOV) - More than 100 orderlies successfully completing German language certification will fly to Germany in September 2013 to begin a two-year follow-up training course there.
The Vietnam Nurses’ Association and Asian Human Power (AHP) of Japan have signed a cooperative agreement on training nurses and orderlies.
Vietnam and Japan have signed and exchanged a legal document on a cooperative agreement to send and receive nurse practitioners and orderlies between the two countries.