Jul 22, 2015

Lecture At the Joint Japan-ASEAN Human Resources Development Training Program for ASEAN Integration, Organized by JAVADA

No.1 Solutions Inc. (Meguro-ku, Tokyo; CEO Tetsuo Omorai) gave a lecture at the “Japan-ASEAN Joint Training Program for Human Resources Development” organized by the Japan Vocational Ability Development Association (JAVADA) on July 17, 2015.
This Joint Training Program for ASEAN-Japan Human Resources Development is based on the “ASEAN-Japan Action Plan” compiled at the ASEAN-Japan Special Summit held in Tokyo in December 2003. In order to eliminate the development gap within the ASEAN region, the program provides support in the field of human resource development in Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar, and Vietnam.
The organizer, Japan Vocational Ability Development Association (JAVADA), is a special private corporation established in 1979 as a licensed corporation by the Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, and became a private corporation in 1998. As international cooperation projects in the field of human resource development in the Asia-Pacific region, JAVADA has been implementing the “Cooperation in Human Resource Development for ASEAN Integration” and the “Cooperation in Human Resource Development for APEC.”
In 2015, the theme was “Management and Operation of Vocational Training Facilities for the Realization of Decent Work: Equal Opportunity for Men and Women in Education, Training, and Lifelong Education” and was held for five days from July 13 at the Makuhari International Training Center. On July 17, the last day of the conference, our company was featured as an exemplary case of vocational training in small and medium-sized companies, where female employees are equally provided with employee education.

In his speech, Tetsuo Omorai, CEO of No.1 Solutions Inc., introduced the company’s training system, career development, mind training, and internal systems with pictures. The lecture was followed by a lively question and answer session from the HRD (Human Resources Development) policy makers of the participating governments and leaders of economic organizations. It is expected to be applied to human resources development in each country.