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The Chiyoda Tackle human resource development for customers by making full use of the knowledge and expertise gained through the engineering business.

DEVELOPING EXCELLENT HUMAN RESOURCES THROUGH TECHNOLOGY TRANSFER
Deployment of international client training

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In addition to carrying out many international projects, the Chiyoda Group also concentrates on developing human resources in those countries.
Starting with the acceptance of trainees from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in 1976, followed by training including on-site technical education in the Federal Republic of Nigeria in 1978, collaborative training with external organizations has been in practice since 1982.
The training offered to foreign clients is highly esteemed both domestically and overseas. The United Arab Emirates joined in 2010, and the State of Qatar joined in 2012, while the number of countries participating in training continues to grow, including the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, the Republic of Korea, the Republic of Mozambique and the Islamic Republic of Iran. The training provided to foreign clients can be conducted both in Japan and by dispatching lecturers abroad.
The number of participants in these programs last year was 73. The training provided in Japan also includes the opportunity to experience Japanese culture.
Thus, through engineering training and cultural exchange, we collaborate with countries where plants are constructed to help create a basis for the innovation of their industries and technologies as well as develop their human resources.

A Scene of Training

DEVELOPING HUMAN RESOURCES WITH THE GOAL OF ESTABLISHING INDUSTRIAL INFRASTRUCTURE
Opening up internships for the Masdar Institute of Science and Technology (MIST)

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Through subsidiary aid granted by the Agency for Natural Resources and Energy in the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry, internships have been provided to the United Arab Emirates’ Masdar Institute of Science and Technology (MIST), with the Japan International Cooperation Center (JICE) as the point of contact. The project was founded with the goal of promoting fellowship and strengthening cooperation between Japan and the United Arab Emirates. Within the fields of renewable energy, smart communities and green technology, Japanese companies annually accept MIST students of UAE nationality, with 2016 marking the fifth year so far. After arriving in Japan, MIST interns receive a basic introduction to life in Japan. Training is provided for each enterprise. Over five consecutive years, the Chiyoda Group has hosted a total of eight graduate students in internships involving classroom lectures and on-site inspections for a month and a half. The Japanese government also works in close cooperation, fostering engineering skills and human resource development.

University students of United Arab Emirates' Masdar Institute of Science and Technology (MIST)

Diverse human resource development at Chiyoda Almana in accordance with the Qatar National Vision 2030

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Our overseas Group companies contribute to developing various human resources. Chiyoda Almana Engineering LLC supports the development of human resources, an important aspect of the Qatar National Vision 2030. Chiyoda Almana supports Qatar by nurturing diverse human resources and career development.
In 2016, the company sponsored many educational opportunities in the field of hydrocarbon processing technology. With the goal of enriching the technical experience of those in the field, Chiyoda Almana and Chiyoda Global Headquarters facilitated training programs geared toward RasGas and Qatargas engineers.
On November 2 and 3, 2016, we presented an important overview of the basic operation of LNG plants to young engineers of Qatargas. We are also proactively involved with developing human resources in regional communities.

Qatargas professionals at Chiyoda Almana Brownfield Management Masterclass 2016