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01-1.Program Outline (PHBR)

01-1.Program Outline (PHBR)

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program outline of the training program on Bridge Systems Engineer for the Philippines, 2010..
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September 2010
Program Outline and Participation Requirementsof 
The Training Program on Bridge SystemsEngineers for the Philippines, 2010
-Capacity Building of Potential IT Engineers to be Future Bridge SE-
[PHBR]11 Oct - 22 Oct 2010 (Manila)13 Oct - 26 Oct 2010 (Cebu)18 Oct - 29 Oct 2010 (Davao)Philippines
17 Jan – 18 Feb 2011 Yokohama, Japan
1. Background:
Recently the Information Technology (IT) industry is crucial for economic development, and anincrease in the number of skilled IT engineers is vital for IT related industries. Especially, thedemand for so-called “Bridge Systems Engineers”, who play a key role in cooperative IT projectsbetween Japan andAsian countries by taking advantage of their knowledge of the culture andbusiness customs etc. of both countries, is increasing.At the same time, the recognition of an established skill standard for IT engineers both in Japan andthe Philippines will enable the smoother cross boarder movement of both business and theprocurement of highly qualified technical personnel, since it would be easier to assess the technicallevels of the individuals. Consequently, Japan and the Philippines are promoting the mutuallyrecognized IT engineers examination, and now in the Philippines, the number who pass theexamination is increasing every year.In line with the above, AOTS is entrusted by the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) toimplement the training program for Bridge Systems Engineers, targeting people who have alreadypassed the IT engineers examination and have the potential to be future Bridge Systems Engineers,to have them become acquainted with basic Japanese language communication skills and ITtechnical skills to do business smoothly with Japanese IT companies.
2. Program Outline:
1) Objective:
Participants will obtain basic communication skillsin Japanese, multi-cultural issues, and the technicalskills required for Bridge Systems Engineers, so that they will come to able to play an important role incooperative IT projects between Japan and the Philippines in the future.
2) Target Participants:
The Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS)
People of IT related companies who are currently doing or are expected to do the offshore IT businessin cooperation with Japanese companies
3) Outline, Contents and Number of Participants:
This training program consists of a training program in both the Philippines and Japan. The result of the Japanese language examination on the final day of the training program in the Philippines will beused at the selection procedures of the participants in the training in Japan. Please note that only 10participants can attend the training in Japan.
4) Language:
Sessions except the Japanese language training will be conducted
in English or Japanese withtranslation into English.5) Location:
■Training in the Philippines■Training in the Philippines
Manila / PhilNITS
3/F, TARA Building, 389 Sen. Gil Puyat Avenue, Makati CityTel: 02-8982691 to 92 Fax: 02-8982694
The Association for Overseas Technical Scholarship (AOTS)
(1) Training period:Manila… From 11 to 22, October Cebu… From 13 to 25, October Davao … From 18 to 29, October (2) Number of participants:
45 participants
(15 participants in each of 3 cities)(3) Contents: Japanese Language and IT basic information - Based on AOTS Text Materials(4) Training Style: Lectures by dispatched Japanese lecturer (5) Duration: 6 hrs/day x 10 training days: Total 60 hours
Part 1. Training program in the Philippines
(1) Training period:17 January to 18 February 2011(2) Number of participants:
10 participants
Contents:1) Japanese Language (including IT vocabulary, writing emails, etc.)2) Japanese business manner 3) Visit IT companies and exchange experiences with Japanese IT engineers4) Project management5) Communication skills and the roles required as a Bridge SE6) Workshop on offshore IT project(4) Training Style: Lectures by Japanese lecturers, group exercises and discussions(5) Duration: 6hrs/day x 25.5 days : Total 153 hrs
Part 2. Training Program in Japan

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