AOTS organizing 24 businessmen training program to Japan

Salim Ahmed


Japan’s Association of Overseas Technical Scholarships, Lahore Alumni office has organized for the second time a two-week Corporate management training for Pakistani businessmen in Osaka, Japan. The training is scheduled from 4th December to 15th December 2017.
The Association for Overseas Technical Cooperation and Sustainable Partnerships (AOTS) is an organization for human resources development mainly in overseas countries to promote technical cooperation through training, experts dispatch and other programs. Through these programs, AOTS aims at contributing to the mutual economic growth of developing countries as well as enhancing friendly relations.
AOTS was established in 1959 with the support of the Ministry of International Trade and Industry (which is the present Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry: METI) as Japan’s first technical cooperation organization
More than 182,000 individuals from 171 countries have undergone AOTS trainings in Japan, while the cumulative attendance at our overseas programs till the end of fiscal 2016 exceeded 200,000.
The Program on Corporate Management for Pakistan (PKCM) is one of such management training programs and is being organized mainly for owners and directors of Pakistani large and SME industries in order to improve the managerial capabilities of corporate executives in Pakistan.
Apart from the corporate management programs AOTS offer trainings in Quality, Production, Energy, Logistics, Health, IT, Disaster recovery, Leadership development, Family businesses handling and a number of other skills.
Pakistan has being a beneficiary of these programs since long and to-date over 2400 Pakistani nationals have availed these scholarships.

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