With the recent issue of troubled domestic helpers in Kuwait, the issue of OFW protection comes to light once more. According to some people, the best way to ensure their protection is for them to have the proper training. This encompasses not just training how to do their job as domestic helpers.
More importantly, they need more training on the culture of the country they are to be deployed in. Also, they need a more ‘professional’ job description, so employers won’t look down on them as inferior.
To this end, domestic helpers in Japan can now level up as professional housekeepers!
This means they can earn better, have better working conditions, and have an actual professional job description!
Included in their training is learning the language, as well as cultural nuances of the Japanese.
After this training, professional housekeepers will only have to work 8 hours a day. Even better, they are not required to “stay in” with their employers! This lessens the risk of getting into the cross hairs of each other.
This is quite good news. which is why a lot of Filipinos are hoping to receive training. So that they can qualify as professional housekeepers in the Land of the Rising Sun.
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Furthermore, some domestic helpers who used to work in Kuwait are now training for the professional job in Japan. Hopefully, they will have a better experience there than in the Gulf State.
Interested parties may enroll at the Magsaysay Center for Hospitality and Culinary Arts — an institution that prepares individuals for more professional overseas jobs.
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