Success of foreign workers

<< 日本語 >>
<< Việt Nam >>

Engineer

Craftman

Until now, Takenobe has nurtured inexperienced craftworkers in a short period of time with an educational program that repeatedly specialized work with excellent veteran craftsman as instructors.
In addition, we have created technological innovations such as new construction methods and safer paints, and we are growing our business scale. Then, we realize to provide an environment that can polish skills with peace of mind so that all of our staffs have high-level goals and work with high motivation. Takenobe focus on improving productivity through efforts to pass skill transfer with ICT technology and through improvement of working efficiency.
In addition, we accept a wide range of talent including women and foreigners, For example, there are some of female co-workers who play an active part as a construction site supervisor.
Will you cooperate in making a new painting company together with us?

Power point:Company Profile


Japanese language education “Craftsman Language School”

■Our foreign employees are very hardworking, and have an outstanding passion for technical acquisition. One of the craftsmen has no problem with Japanese at a daily conversation level but, even though he passed the practical skill test of 1st Class Certified Painting Skill, it was really hard for him to pass the written test, which included Japanese Kanji. So, what we do for him is provide private Japanese examination preparation lessons.

 

Housing support “Craftsman Diversity Dormitory”

■Equipment outline

We are planning to build “craftsman development diversity · dormitory” near the company. This dormitory plays a role of in their life support and improve the living standard for technical intern trainees from abroad, craftsmen who can come from a distant place in Japan, and newcomers who are going on a new life as craftsmen.

As a feature, you can use the facility which carries out craftsman development classes at any time. This facility, if you are a craftsman of Takenobe Corporation, you can practice at any time and use it as a place to acquire skills faster. For individuals living, we have private rooms with privacy. Bed, TV, refrigerator, safety box, and air conditioning will be installed.
Also, we plan to have a washbasin, a toilet and a fully automatic washing machine for each resident floor. Furthermore, in the shared space, we are planning to have a dining room where everyone can eat together, a kitchen where you can cook self, a separate shower, and a toilet with a washlet .

※Image diagram

dining room1
dining room2

◆bird’s eye view

1-17-9 Miyakojima Kita-Dori, Miyakojima-ku, Osaka 534-0014, Japan

■Construction・companyDesign office

Q & A

About employment and work

Q1:Is there a business trip for my work?
A1:Depending on the site, there may be a business trip.

Q2:What should I do for attendance management?
A2:There is an attendance management system that also supports Vietnamese, so you can easily use it with your smartphone.

Q3:Can I get along with other craftsmen?
A3:We provides an opportunity for information exchange. There is a meeting once a month, and an environment where you can exchange work information with other craftsmen is prepared.

Q4: Is there an environment prepared where I can personally consult in my native language?
A4:There is a meeting with an interpreter and your supervisor, once every three months.

Q5:How my performance is evaluated in this company?
A5:All instructions will be given in Japanese, so we will evaluate if you are able to study and understand Japanese. For those who have acquired Japanese proficiency test (N3 or higher), we will evaluate each level up.

About Dormitory

Q1:Is it possible to look at the dormitory?
A1:Dormitory is a place of life for people living in the dormitory, so it is usually not possible to visit. Please refer to the website.

Q2:Is it possible to go to work by bicycle?
A2: In order to reduce the possibility of becoming a perpetrator or victim of a bicycle accident, we do not recommend commuting by bicycle. Please use the public transportation.

Q3:What are the dormitory rules?
A3:The main dormitory rules include “Prohibition of drinking and smoking, entrance of outpatients (including family members), and no accommodation”. For details, please check the dormitory procedure documents sent to the admitted person.

Q4:Can I invite friends and family to the dormitory?
A4:Basically, it is forbidden for anyone other than dormitory to enter or exit the dormitory. In the unlikely event that it is discovered, you will be moved out from the dormitory.

Q5:Is the Internet available?
A5:A LAN cable is laid in each room. It is available from the day of entering dormitory. It is possible to use the Internet environment through LAN.
For smartphones and tablets, radio wave capture is weaker than PCs due to device specifications, so when using wireless LAN with smartphones and tablets, use them in the living room

Q6:How should I prepare meals in the dormitory?
A6:There is a communal kitchen in the dormitory, so you can prepare your own meals. There are many ways to prepare your own meals, eat out, buy lunch boxes and prepared dishes, but we encourage you to cook and eat with other dormitories from an economic, nutritional and spiritual perspective. Cooking in the room may cause a fire and is prohibited. In the unlikely event that it is discovered, you will be moved out from the dormitory.

Q7:Could you tell me about the dormitory room facilities and kitchenware?
A7:Please refer to the floor plan on the website for the facilities in the dormitory. Basically, you will have to prepare your own ingredients, seasonings, dishes and rice cookers.

Q8:Could you tell me about security safety?
A8:Of course there is a security camera installed and the dormitory is auto-locking, so suspicious people will be shut out at the entrance.

Q9:Is there a vertical relationship?
A9:There is no vertical relationship. Everyone has a friendly and cozy atmosphere. Moreover, since the room is a private room, a private space can be secured.

Q10:What are the daily necessities required when entering the dormitory?
A10:It is about changing clothes, toilets, laundry items, and bedding.

Q11:Is home cultivation possible in the dormitory?
A11:Because there is space on the rooftop, home-grown cultivation is possible at planter size.

Q12:Is there rent assistance?
A12:Real rent will be 0 yen after 6 months.

Maintenance of medical institutions

●When foreigners visit a hospital

Foreigners will be able to go to a hospital just like Japanese people. Foreigners might have a problem with language, so we can use the “Medical Institution Guidebook”(See PDF below)
You can use your Auxiliary questionnaire to express your illness symptoms.

●On the burden of medical expenses

Technical interns who work at Takenobe will bear a 30% burden, the same as Japanese workers.
Furthermore, technical interns will subscribe to the insurance only for Technical interns, so that 30% will be refunded at a later date.

●Regular medical examinations · special checkups

There is no problem. They will use the same hospital and have the same contents as Japanese.

 

◆Medical Institution Guidebook(Vietnamese)〔PDF〕≫

◆Auxiliary questionnaire(Vietnamese)〔PDF〕≫

◆Medical Glossary(Vietnamese)〔PDF〕≫


 

We would like to introduce the Vietnamese translation consultant to our company

NGUYEN THUY NGOC

Japanese Language Proficiency Test Level 1


Graduated from Hanoi State University Japanese Course.
Graduated from Kanazawa University School of Education.
Current (December 2018)
Japanese instructor, Hanoi State University Foreign Language University.