Elderly care (nursing internship) training opens in Yangon

The Ministry of Border Affairs is working hard for the development of border areas and human resource development of ethnic nationalities. The Elderly Care (Nursing Internship) Training Course Batch (1) was launched under a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) signed between the Department of Education and Training and the Japan Myanmar Association (JMA) yesterday morning in Yangon. The opening ceremony was held at the Central Training School, Dagon Myothit (North) Township, Yangon Region.
Those present at the ceremony were attended by Union Minister for Border Affairs Lt-Gen Tun Tun Naung, Yangon Region Minister for Security and Border Affairs Colonel Win Tint, Permanent Secretary U Thein Htay Oo and officials, Chairman of the JMA Mr Watanabe Hideo, Secretary-General Mr Watanabe Yusuke.
At the ceremony, Managing Director Mr Tsuda Shunji of the Myanmar Sankou Co., Ltd handed over a list of financial aid and teaching aids for the trainees during the training to two trainees.
After the opening ceremony, the Union minister and party observed the training status of the trainees and encouraged them.
Fifty-one trainees selected from various ethnic groups and nursing homes from various border areas are attending the first training course for the elderly (nursing internship) batch 1, which will be arranged to find a job abroad after the 52-week course. Afterwards, the Union minister inspected the training conducted at the Central Training School and provided necessary coordination. — MNA

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