Training

KOICA Training Application Process

To be eligible for the training courses, applicants have to be officially nominated by their government agency/institution and satisfy the qualifications below: Have sufficient educational or professional background in the field Be currently working for a relevant organization Have sufficient command of both spoken and written English Be in good health to undergo the course Not have previous experience in any of KOICA’s training programs within the past three (3) years Be expected to work in a related field for at least one year after completion of the training program   Basic Documentary Requirements (in triplicate copies) 1. Duly-accomplished KOICA Training Application Form 2. Official nomination letter from the government agency/institution 3. Curriculum Vitae/Resume 4. Certificate of Employment   Other requirements Accepted nominees must immediately secure overseas travel requirements such as Official/Regular Passport and Travel Order from their agency. Participants who could not secure an Official Passport may use their ...

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Training Program

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Training Program Human resources development (HRD) has been a key factor behind the success of Korea’s development.  In a country where natural resources were scarce and investment capital was lacking, it was through the expansion and upgrading of human resources that Korea was able to escape from the vicious cycle of poverty and underdevelopment.  It is for this reason that KOICA has been providing various training programs focusing on HRD.  Since 1991, KOICA has trained more than 25,000 trainees from 163 partner countries in around 1,500 training courses. KOICA’s Training Program in the Philippines   Objectives Achieve socio-economic development, in line with the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) Promote human resources development Strengthen local capacities   Strategy KOICA invites government officials, technicians, and other professionals all over the Philippines for short and long-term training in Korea to transfer Korean development know-how and strategies.  The training program is designed to encourage a ...

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