you can be a Certified Care Worker!
Tahara Welfare Global College is located on the Atsumi Peninsula in Aichi Prefecture and is surrounded by the sea and mountains. There is a mountain called Mt. Zao near the school, and you can see the sea and mountains from the observatory on the top of the mountain. (Mt. Fuji may be visible on sunny days!) The school building has a stylish white exterior and has a clock tower as its trademark. The school is fully equipped with Wi-Fi, and has a school cafeteria which can be used for a low price. There is also a women's dormitory near the school that you can walk to. The school building has a stylish white exterior and has a clock tower as its trademark. The school is fully equipped with Wi-Fi, and has a school cafeteria which can be used for a low price. There is also a women's dormitory near the school that you can walk to.
Care Worker training room
School Principal`s Greetings
Our school trains careworkers who ambitions to be a certified care worker regardless of nationality. We strive to develop long-term care workers with specialized knowledge and skills. As we know, the world is becoming more globalized. Since 2021, we added "Global" to the school name and will open a Japanese language department to develop human resources for nursing care and welfare. We will help the international students with the Japanese language needed for learning technical terms and the ability to communicate fluently, and provide a workplace for further success. We encourage you to enroll in our school where you can study with peace of mind and detailed guidance in a good environment. We sincerely welcome anyone who wants to know Japan, learn about Japanese welfare and long-term care, and wants to work in Japan.
Ishikawa Yuuko, School Principal
What is Kaigo?
And Certified care workers play an important role in actualization of providing care.
Long-term care is about taking good care of the other person while leaning towards their needs. It's about helping people do what they can't do to able to continue living their personal lives. Japan is one of the countries in the world where the number of people in need of long-term care is increasing due to the aging population. And due to this, Certified care workers are required to have professional skills and knowledge. Hereafter, the work of certified care workers will play an important role not only in Japan but all over the world. Would you like to work as a long-term care worker to support the increasing number of elderly and disabled people? I'm sure you can see your own growth there.
Introduction of Japanese language departmentAiming to advance to a school or employment
The Japanese language department is a course (1 year course, 6 months course) that aims to acquire a certified care worker with a national qualification by going to the Department of care and welfare, learning technical Japanese and skills of care and welfare. After graduating, there are two main courses (1 year and 6 months course) that aim to work as an immediate force with the qualification of Specified Skills.
Aim! For Higher Education
- 1-Year course
- 6-Month course
In the 1-year course and 6-month course, with the keyword "collaboration," you will develop the ability to convey your thoughts and listen to and talk with each other through extensive reading and project work. There are also classes for preparing for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N2, which is necessary for advancing to higher education, and classes for learning long-term care terms as a bridge to the Department of Care and Welfare.
- 1 Year and 6months course
In the 1-year and 6-month course, in addition to Japanese lessons, many exercises on long-term care techniques will be conducted using the facilities in the school. After graduation, you will be equipped with caregiving skills and knowledge needed for you to be able to work immediately. In addition, you will acquire the Japanese level of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test N3, which is necessary for smooth communication with facility users and Staff.
Voice of Seniors
- NGUYEN THI LE NA
I studied N2 level Japanese at a Japanese language school and enrolled in the College of Care and Welfare. At school, there were many difficult technical terms, but because I was studying at a Japanese language school, it helped my studying in college. After passing the national examination for certified care workers, I am currently working as a full-time employee in a special nursing home for the elderly. Caregiving is difficult, but it is very rewarding regardless of whether you are a foreigner or a Japanese.
Japanese culture and the language of nursing care are also useful for learning.
Seniors still learning
- SATINGASIN ELAH JANE
When I started studying Japanese at a Japanese language school, because I had difficulty with hiragana, katakana, and kanji at first, I was struggling to communicate. Studying Japanese was harder than I expected. But learning a new language is hard yet interesting. At the Japanese language school, I was able to learn Japanese culture and the language for caregiving, which is very useful for my school life at the care and welfare college. Now, I can interact with teachers and classmates and convey my thoughts in class.
School area guide
Location of the school ・ Scenery of Tahara City, Aichi Prefecture
Aichi Prefecture is located in the center of Japan and is conveniently located for easy access to Tokyo and Osaka. In addition, there are major cities such as Nagoya and Toyota, which have the largest population in Japan and are home to many foreigners. Tahara City is located in a warm climate and easy to live in, and is a region where flowers and vegetables are abundant.