Reeducation and Retraining of Instructors from Developing Countries in Japan-The Role of the Institute of Vocational Training at the University of Industrial Technology

Paper #:
  • 900809

Published:
  • 1990-02-01
Citation:
Watanabe, E. and Fukutani, I., "Reeducation and Retraining of Instructors from Developing Countries in Japan-The Role of the Institute of Vocational Training at the University of Industrial Technology," SAE Technical Paper 900809, 1990, https://doi.org/10.4271/900809.
Pages:
11
Abstract:
At IPC-4 (4th-International Pacific Conference on Automotive Engineering) which was held at Melbourne, Australia, in November 1987, engineering training, education, retraining, and reeducation of Japanese instructors were introduced. In 1963, The Ministry of Labor opened the International Cooperation Department, The Institute of Vocational Training, at The University of Industrial Technology through the Japan International Cooperation Agency and started reeducation and retraining courses for instructors from developing overseas countries.The authors introduced comprehensive courses with their fifteen years of experience.
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