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Come to Mannar this weekend to make Japanese dreams come true under SSW visa

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Sakura blossoming Japan has become the dream state of many Sri Lankans. Accordingly, the SSW (Specified Skilled Worker) Visa project that provides an opportunity to earn a high salary in Japan. It’s given you a great opportunity to fulfill your Japanese dreams, and for that you have to come to the ”Jayagamu Sri Lanka” program which will be held on April 20 and 21 at the Mannar Municipal Council Stadium.

The opportunity to realize the Japanese dream has been created through several leagle methods, where Sri Lankans have been given the opportunity to access job opportunities in Japan under a special visa catogary, now you also can apply for jobs in Japan through the SSW (Specified Skilled Worker) Visa project.

A joint test conducted between Sri Lanka and Japan will confirm skills and Japanese language proficiency. Those who pass the test have the opportunity to work in Japan for a period of five (5) years. Under the SSW program, Japan has announced 14 employment areas, out of which Sri Lanka has been approved for 6 areas.

Nursing Caregiving
Food service industry
Agriculture
Construction Division
Building Cleaning
Aviation Field

Among these, skill tests for nursing, food service industry, agriculture, and aviation are currently being conducted in Sri Lanka. And interviews are conducted by the public sector and sent to Japan for these sectors.

The basic qualifications that are mainly required for you to apply for a job in Japan are:

Being a Sri Lankan citizen between 18 and 45 years of age.

Proficiency in Japanese language. To confirm the Japanese language proficiency, the Japanese government must have passed the JFT (Japanese Foundation Test) or JLPTN 4 (Japanese Language Proficiency Test) Japanese language proficiency level.

Apart from this, one should have passed the skill test conducted related to the chosen field of work. There are two skill tests to be passed for nursing. Skill Evaluation Test for Technical Knowledge of Nursing. The Skill Evaluation Test can appear in English or Japanese. In addition, the Japanese language evaluation test for nursing technology should also be taken. In addition to the above basic tests, the following qualifications should also be met.

Being in good health.

Absence of body tattoo

If you meet the above qualifications, you can apply for career opportunities in Japan and the Sri Lanka Foreign Employment Bureau is providing the necessary advice and guidance for that.

If you want to get a job opportunity in Japan under the SSW project and make your Japanese dream come true, come to the Jayagamu Sri Lanka Work Camp on April 20 and 21 at Mannar Municipal Stadium.

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