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What are the Eligibility criteria?

At Application Stage:

  • Age : Minimum 18 years

  • Must have no criminal record in past

  • Must have following documents at the time of applying:

                    a)   Resume in English

                    b)  Aadhar Card

                    c)   Higher Secondary Certificate and all other Educational Records

During and After the Program:

  • Qualification: ANM, GNM , BSC Nursing  or any other Nursing / Paramedical Qualification ( Class 12 pass / Other Graduates can also apply with additional Care Giver Training) 

  • Language: Min N4 Japanese language proficiency 

  • Experience: Minimum 1 year ( Preferred but not mandatory)

Must have following documents during the program :

  • Resume in Japanese.

  • All Educational Certificates.

  • Passport

  • Preferred Employment Certificate of technical intern if available.

  • Technical Intern Student Declaration Form if available.

  • Letter of recommendation for technical interns from educational institution or Govt.

  • Pre-Departure training

What will be my Job Role?

The following are the job roles for Caregiver / Elder Care Nursing Assistant

  • Supporting people with social and physical activities

  • Helping with personal care such as support with showering and dressing

  • Supporting people with eating and drinking

  • Monitoring individuals’ conditions by taking their temperature, pulse, respiration and weight, and possibly helping with medication

  • Booking and going with people to appointments

More Details are in the annexure enclosed.

Benefits of Becoming a Care Giver:

  1. Job and Permanent Residence in Japan.

  2. Requirement is high so job search is easy. Salary may vary from company to company. Japan is an aging society (1 in 4 people is elderly). The care worker that supports the aging society is stable even in a recession, you will never run out of work. In addition, demand for care workers will increase further in future.

  3. Develop the Care Worker and Welfare Industry in your home country in the future.Youimprove your specialized skills and knowledge at school and workplace and contribute to the development of welfare such as long-term care in your home country in the future. We will support you to grow into a human resource .

Are the Programs approved by the Government?

TITP : Easy to utilize without certain level of skills. But mandatory intervention of the administration

SSW : Mandatory to pass the tests. But simpler way for entry into Japan


TITP (Technical Internship Training Program) 

ITP commenced in 1993 in Japan. The program aims to contribute to developing countries by accepting its people and transferring skills through On-the-job Training (OJT) in Japan. It promotes international cooperation through transfer of skills, techniques and knowledge gained by technical interns to the developing nations. This will not only contribute to the human resource development but will drive economic growth of the said regions. To amplify the impetus on making India the skill capital of the world, the Ministry of Skill Development and Entrepreneurship (MSDE), Government of India, has initiated several measures. One such noteworthy measure is the signing of the Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) with the Ministry of Justice, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, and the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare of Japan. The MOC was signed on October 17, 2017 to significantly expand the bilateral cooperation between India and Japan in the skill development sector. Under the program, selected candidates from India undergo three-to-five years of internship in Japan, after which they are required to return to India and utilize the skills acquired by them in Japan. In January 2018, MSDE appointed National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) to monitor the program 

SSW (Specified Skilled Workers)

Shri Harsh Vardhan Shringla, Foreign Secretaryand H.E. Mr.Suzuki Satoshi, Ambassador of Japan to India, signed a Memorandum of Cooperation (MOC) between the Government of India and Government of Japan on a Basic Framework for Partnership for Proper Operation of the System Pertaining to "Specified Skilled Worker(SSWY' on 18 January 2021 in New Delhi. The MoC will help to promote the movement of skilled workers from India to Japan. The MoC covers 14 categoriesof specified skills under which skilled workers from India who meet the skills requirement and Japanese language tests would be eligible for employment in Japan on a contractual basis. The 14 specified industry fields include nursing care, building cleaning, material processing, industrial machinery manufacturing, electric and electronic information, construction, shipbuilding and ship- related industry, automobile maintenance, aviation, lodging, agriculture, fisheries, food and beverages manufacturing and food services industry. Japan would grant these workers the status of "specified skilled worker". It is also expected that Indian skilled workers who go to Japan under this MoC will acquire new skills while working in Japan. A Joint Working Group (JWG), comprising officials from both countries, will be constituted in thenear future to work out operational details and smooth implementation of this programme. 

Expected Salary / Saving : In the SSW Program the candidate will be paid Jyen :


  • Monthly salary of about  Jyen 130,000 to 160,000 Japanese Yen .(payment amount)

  • No bonus

  • Cannot work at night for 1 year. Hence take home becomes less.

  • Duration: 3 or 5 years-cannot change jobs (work at the same facility)

  • 1.5 month training period after coming to Japan( free stay).Later stay in dorm at a subsidized rate.

  • Jaceex and associates  provide lifestyle guidance, so you don't have to be accustomed to living in Japan.

  • After completing the course, you can move to a more specialized nursing care skill.


  • Monthly salary of about Jyen 150,000 to 190,000 (payment amount)

  • Bonus : Depends on companies、most companies give bonus.

  • From the very beginning night shift is allowed

  • Period: up to 5 years- After working for 3 years, you can take the Certified Care Worker examination. You can switch to a long-term care visa.

  • Job change is allowed.

  •  Guidance only for settling in Japan

  • Accommodation and facilities in Japan (lodging and boarding)
    Accommodation will be provided by the employer or it will be a self paid dormitory. In case provided by the employer it will be generally near to the workplace and a deduction amount of approx. 20,000 J yen will be there every month from the salary for the same. Appliance facility will be inclusive in it.
  • Placement Guarantee
    If the candidate qualifies N5 & N4 Japanese language proficiency, has good communication skills both verbal and written and pass the SSW Japanese Government Examination there is a general guarantee that they will be placed at a good institutional care facility.
  • Will I have vacations during the program?
    Employees working in Japan for minimum 6 months and more will get 10 days paid vacation annually. Tentative holidays may vary from company to company.
  • What certificate I will get on completion of the program / internship?
    TITP Internship certification in case of TITP Program SSW Certification by Japanese Government in case of SSW.
  • What type of companies I will be working with?
    Institutional Old age / Elderly care homes with 100-200 Rooms for Elders.
  • Importance of Japanese Language
    Japan is a monolingual society and 99% Japanese speak only one Language -Japanese. Hence adequate proficiency in Japanese Language is required for a career in Japan.
  • Do we have any success stories / testimonials for this scheme?
    The first batch of care givers are being trained by Jaceex in Guwahati and they will fly to Japan after they qualify in Dec 2022. Snap Shots are as under.
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