Reception of Technical Interns in beauty industry
by DEVNET JAPAN
DEVNET International (DEVNET), NGO of United Nations ECOSOC cooperated with Hanoi Polytechnic College(HPC) in Vietnam toward Asian economic development on 20th March. DEVNET receives graduates of Hanoi Polytechnic College in Vietnam as Technical Interns or students Internship in Japan to make a benefit in the Vietnam economy of Japanese good technology.
DEVNET has built a relationship with Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) and Vietnam Women Entrepreneurs Council (VWEC) to strengthen economic and technical exchanges between Vietnam and Japan.
Prime Minister Mr. Shinzo Abe established that foreign beauticians could work in Japan on 18th March. DEVNET requested Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare, and beauty industry the possibility of receiving foreign Internship. DEVNET cooperates with Vietnam Colleges as Hanoi Polytechnic College, and will release a certification of Japanese beauty course. Students can study technics and skills necessary for beautician as well as Japanese language and culture, fashion, nail care, aesthetics, before coming to Japan.
DEVNET will send Technical Interns and foreign internship students to the companies, for example Charis Inc., that have hair salons. Charis president Mr. Toshiya Sakamoto has experience of beauty industry in many international capitals such as London, New York, Paris, and Milano. He explained his vision: “I would like to spread Japanese beauty industry which has high skills worldwide. We aim to open hair salon worldwide”.
DEVNET also cooperated with Hanoi Vocational College of High Technol- ogy, beauty and barber department in August 2018. DEVNET is planning to receive Technical Interns to KAMIKIRIDOKORO Inc. KAMIKIRI- DOKORO president Mr. Takao Ide has 242 locations of hair salon and barber in JAPAN.
Technical Interns, who graduated from colleges, work as assistants in hair salons during day time and they study in beauty technical colleges night courses, then they will get national cosmetologist’s license. After getting the license, they can continue to work as beauticians in Japan and they can also open hair salon after returning to their country.
DEVET, Mr. Ide and Mr. Sakamoto support entrepreneurs to invest and finance the capital for opening hair salon in their country.
DEVNET is planning to spread this approach from beauty to “total hair and beauty” as barber, nail care, skincare and so on. People desire for beauty worldwide all through the ages and beauty industry has a lot of potential.
In addition, DEVNET cooperates with Hanoi Polytechnic College for not only beauty field but also logistics, food manufacture, construction and IT fields. DEVNET supports graduates who have professional technology and knowledge in order to work for Japanese companies as residency status of Engineer/Specialist in Humanities/International Services from now on. DEVNET already decided to receive the graduates as Technical Intern to cooperate with Konoike Transport Co., Ltd.