NAVIS, as a National Skill Development Corporation (NSDC) accredited sending Orgnization, has sent out a total of 50 Indian nurses as care workers since March 2019. The company has send out 96% of the nursing personnel from India to Japan.
In addition, based on the Specified Skilled Worker System, the company sent India's first three Specified Skilled Worker (nursing care) in October 2020. India and Japan signed a Memorandum of Understanding for cooperation on Specified Skilled Worker on 18 January 2021, and the Specified Skilled Worker examination was held in the home country on 17 January 2022, leading to travel after taking and passing the examination in Delhi, India. They will be the first Specified Skilled Worker (SSW) personnel to travel to Japan under the SSW Direct Route.
The company started as a Japanese language training and recruitment Organization in 2002. Currently, as a human resources development company for blue-collar workers in India, it sends out personnel for nursing care, accommodation (hotels and inns) and agriculture under the technical training system (TITP) and specified skills worker (SSW). It provides a one-stop service from recruitment, Japanese language training and sending out personnel.
Group company NAVIS Corporation in Japan is a registered support organization (RSO) for specific skills worker (SSW) and will focus on sending out personnel under the specific skills system.
NAVIS will implement its own recruitment know-how and skills training for India's abundant human resources of 1.38 billion, and send them to Japan.
India is attracting attention as a major population power, and is predicted to surpass China's population and become the world's largest by 2027. Following the Indian Government's advocacy of 'Skill India', the development of human resources at the youth level is a challenge for India.
To Japan, which is short of manpower, NAVIS will provide skill development and career paths for Indian nurses by completing their Japanese language level N3 in five months, thereby solving the problems of both countries.