Vietnamese farmers to have a chance to learn about tea platation in Japan
Dr. Nguyen Van Dai, Headmaster of VNFU Vocational Training School (right) and Shigemi Hagimura, President of Hagimura Seicha Inc. (Japan) (left) sign a contract on sending trainees to Japan.
This cooperation contract aims at skills, knowledge and Japanese agricultural technology transfer, and the development of high quality labor force for agriculture in Vietnam.
VNFU Vocational Training School will enroll, give theoritically training for trainees in Vietnam and then send them to Japan for practice. “In 5-month time, in Japan, Vietnamese trainees will be trained on tea plantation, harvesting, processing and preservation by Hagimura Seicha Inc. Their transportation expenses, allowances, part-time salary, etc. will be covered by the Japanese party”, stated Dr. Nguyen Van Dai.
According to Dr. Dai, after 5-month training, trainees will come back to Vietnam and finish graduation exam at VNFU Vocational Training School. Trainees with good performance during training time in Japan will have the chance to sign a long term contract with Hagimura Seicha Inc. right after their graduation.
Shigemi Hagimura shared that Hagimura Seicha Inc. was one of the big enterprises famous for tea plantation and processing in Mie Prefecture in particular and Japan in general. He said: “We are very glad to cooperate with VNFU Vocational Training School in training for Vietnamese farmers on tea plantation, harvesting, processing, etc.”