We are raising the leaders of the next generation of care workers and care work educators in Japan and East Asia.
【Applicant Standards】Applicants should be proficient enough in the Japanese language to pass level N1 or N2 of the Japanese Language Proficiency Test, understand the basics of care work, and intend to pursue a career in care work after graduation, either in Japan or their home country.
2,158 Total Classroom Hours
Students work in a care facility and gain a greater understanding of the feelings, wants, and needs of the elderly and disabled.1st Semester – 12 days (October)
Students work with residents and employees in a variety of care facilities, gaining practical knowledge and skill to fuel their growth as care work professionals. The focus is always on the needs and feelings of those receiving care.3rd Semester – 24 days
|Basic Nursing I||Communication Skills||Assisted Living Support Skills||Human Dignity and Independence||Study Skills I|
|Integrated Caregiving Exercises I||Social Studies||Assisted Living Support Skills||The Aging Process||The structure of the mind and body I|
|Homeroom||Understanding Dementia I||Assisted Living Support Skills||The Nursing Process I||Basic Nursing I|
* 4th period is for supplemental lessons, assistance, etc.