1 What is IM Japan?
IM Japan stands for the International Manpower Development Organization, Japan.

2 Objectives
The association aims to develop people who are able to adapt to the internationalization of small and medium enterprises, as well as the facilitation of exchanges involving technology and technicians. IM Japan aims thereby to develop Japanese small and medium enterprises and contribute to international society.
3 Activities
3-1 Training Programs for Foreign Technical interns in Japan
  Under the "Technical Intern Training Program" instituted by the Government of Japan, IM Japan has accepted many foreign technical interns selected and sent to Japan by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, of the Kingdom of Thailand and of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.
3-2 Programs to Support Overseas Activities by Small and Medium Enterprises
As part of its efforts for active support of the internationalization of, and overseas siting by small and medium enterprises, IM Japan assists in the employment of returned trainees through programs that are organized and held by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, of the Kingdom of Thailand and of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam sends missions abroad to inspect socioeconomic conditions, and organizes various kinds of seminars.
4 Established
December 1991
5 Location of the Head office

The Mitsuiseimei-shin-ohashi Building
8-11, Shin-ohashi 1-chome

Koto-ku, Tokyo 135-0007,
Japan

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