The year 2020 is going to be busy for workers headed to Japan! Are you prepared to take the skills exam and make your dream of working and living in Japan a reality? There is a lot of work to be done, but it is possible! If you can pass the basic skills exam, you will be eligible for a working visa in Japan for up to 5 years, with a chance to upgrade.
Take a look at the schedule for the skills exams and reserve a seat at the testing center nearest you in the Philippines!
More countries and industries will be updated soon.
Here are the upcoming dates for the Nursing Industry skills exams being hosted in the Philippines! Appointments, changes or cancellations must be done at least three business days prior to the test date (at least four business days if the test date falls on the weekend).
What language can I use for the Nursing Skills Exam ?
The computer based exam lasts 60 minutes and contains 45 questions related to nursing. Carefully read each question and give your best answer. The exams are designed for beginners, so even those who have little to no experience have a chance to pass the exam and be trained later on.
There will also be a Japanese Language Exam that lasts for 30 minutes and contains just 15 questions that evaluate Japanese vocabulary related to nursing. Check out our beginner courses to study for the Japanese section of the exam.
You must be over 18 years of age to apply for the exam.
If you have already passed the exam, you may not take it again.
Only non-Japanese nationals are eligible for the exam.
Ex-trainees are not required to take the exam. You can simple apply for the Specified Skills Visa if you provide the proper documentation.
Where will the skills exams will be held in the Philippines?
Prometric Test Center c/o 2/F ATENEO DE MANILA UNIVERSITY,
130 HV Dela Costa St. Salcedo Village, Makati City 1227, Manila Philippines
Wednesday and Thursday: 10am – 5pm (Holidays are closed.)
TRAIN,EDUC & DEV CONS INC
SUITE 308 Centro Maximo D Jakosalem St, Cebu City, Philippines
Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday: 10am – 12am, 1pm – 3pm (Holidays are closed.)
Ateneo de Davao University,
2nd Floor, Room D206, Psychology Department. Dotterweich Hall, Jacinto St.,
Davao City, Philippines
Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday: 9am – 4pm (Holidays are closed.)
Check out our guide on how to apply here, and don’t forget to study with us so you can pass! Good luck!
Testing Website: Prometric