Nisso Corporation (Yokohama City, President Ryuichi Shimizu), a comprehensive human resources service, will start accepting shipbuilding-related internships in Nagasaki City, Nagasaki Prefecture from the 14th.It was commissioned by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism to build an industry-academia network to increase the number of young people aiming for the shipbuilding industry, with the aim of having young people rediscover the appeal of the shipbuilding industry.

 According to Nisso Corporation, the schedule is Fukuoka Shipbuilding in Nagasaki City on the 14th, Watanabe Shipyard on the 15th and 16th, and Izutsu Shipyard and Nagasaki Shipyard on the 25th and 26th. We are planning to hold it in February 2016, but the venue has not been decided yet.At each shipbuilding company, after learning about the outline of the shipbuilding industry at the orientation, we will tour the factories and facilities and talk with mid-career and executives.Furthermore, after confirming the work procedure at the site, in addition to simulating the actual work, you will learn about human resource development and career image as a shipbuilding engineer.

 According to the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism, Japan's shipbuilding industry has long supported the Japanese economy as an export industry, and has a wide range of related industries, and has become a pillar of regional employment and economy.However, as the aging of engineers at small and medium-sized shipbuilding offices progresses and the demand for ships increases internationally, there is an urgent need to secure young engineers.For this reason, an internship will be held with the aim of continuously securing engineers involved in on-site work such as ship design, process management, welding, and assembly.


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