Training Caregiver

Understanding the urgent need for human resources to care for the elderly at home as well as abroad, the Company has invested in a vocational training facility for the elderly with a full range of modern and synchronous teaching equipment according to Japanese standards to train professional nurses and care workers for the elderly, not only for domestic demand but also abroad

The training program is built on a practical basis to serve job requirements, theoretically and practically conducted by experienced teachers from domestic medical colleges and a team of practical teachers and nursing experts from Japan.

Here, the trainees were directly exposed to the nursing home’s working environment, practically observed the procedures and ways to care for the elderly, had access to modern equipment, and were equipped, have a long-term orientation and psychological well-being in care. The number of trained caregivers has exceeded 1000 practitioners and has served in more than 200 hospitals and nursing homes in Taiwan. In the coming time, along with the opening of the Japanese, German, and North American markets, the Center will continue to invest and further improve the quality of training to meet these markets’ increasing demands.

Through training activities, the Center also has more favorable conditions to improve the staff’s quality of care and skills to serve the elderly care at the company and long preparation long-term workforce for the latter

1. Skills training:

With a team of teachers, qualified and experienced nurses, and experts from Japan, students will learn standard care skills and reach professional qualifications that are in conformity with the requirements of the labor-using organizations.

2. Practical internship at the Nhan Ai Elderly Care Center

After finishing the training course on model-based care skills, students will have a practical internship at Nhan Ai Elderly Care Center, affiliated with Nhan Ai Company. This helps the trainees improve their working skills and strong confidence when participating in older persons’ care