Overseas Training Programs

In order to respond to the increasing needs for training in overseas countries, AOTS organizes overseas training programs, that is to say, group training programs implemented in overseas countries with lecturers dispatched from Japan.
The AOTS overseas training programs are planned and conducted with Japanese government funded budget or the other government subsidies.
AOTS has two types of Training Programs - one is ODA-funded programs, and the other is Carbon Reduction Technology Promotion (hereinafter abbreviated as CRTP) Programs. Aside from carbon reduction, the latter is designed to promote energy conservation. Please be advised that the two schemes have different conditions of participation such as objectives, target countries and participation fee etc.
There are two types of overseas training programs. One is the program implemented by Japanese companies or organizations approved by AOTS based on public offering. And another is the program developed and implemented by AOTS.

Features

Participants will acquire practical skills.

Through workshop, practice and etc., related to the subject of the program and discussions using examples for the participants' workplace, participants will acquire practical skills that can be applied to their own workplace.

Consideration is given to the convenience of participants.

Intensive programs of two to five days are offered so that even busy managers and supervisors can participate in.

* Basic Requirements for Participants in Overseas Training Programs

The qualification of AOTS Overseas Training Programs' participants is followings;
a) Participants should have nationality of developing countries* and should live and work in the country where the program will be implemented. Japanese is NOT applicable.
*It is not applicable in the case of CRTP Programs which aims for all countries and regions in principle.
b) Participants should belong to either of corporations or organizations.
c) Participants should be between 20 and 50 years of age.
d) Participants should have enough language ability so as to be able to understand the program content.
e) Participants should not be armed forces personnel.