Nursing Care Work
We interviewed some foreigners who are working in Japan as care workers.
Please use this as a reference for living in Japan, being a care worker, and studying Japanese.
Indonesia Dio NATABAGUS ARIF WIJAKSONO
・ Country of origin : Indonesia
・ Year of arrival in Japan : October 2016
・ Qualification : Specific skill Nursing care No. 1
・ Japanese ability : N2
We will answer questions from everyone.
Prometric Japan Co., Ltd. accepts inquiries by email and phone. There is an external link on the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare website.
Foreign nationals who came to Japan as an EPA Candidate for “Kaigofukushishi” (certified care worker) and who have been appropriately engaged in work/training at a nursing care facility for four years or who have completed “Technical Intern Training (ii)” in nursing care are determined to satisfy the necessary skill level and Japanese proficiency level to be exempt from the previously mentioned skills test and Japanese language tests and can move on to “Specified Skilled Worker (i)”. Foreigners who have completed “Technical Intern Training (ii)” in a field other than nursing care are exempt from a portion of the test to measure their Japanese proficiency level. (The Nursing Care Skills Evaluation Test and the Nursing Care Japanese Language Evaluation Test are still required.)
Would you like to work in Japan as a care worker? We share helpful information about the Specified Skilled Worker System, nursing care work, living in Japan, and studying Japanese in an easy-to-understand manner.
This website was established and is operated by the management office of the Japan Care Worker Guide as part of the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare’s 2020 program to promote the acceptance of foreign nursing care worker.
If you have an account, please follow the page and click “Like!”