Human Resource Development

BHN Human Resource Development Program

This program is designed to offer advanced knowledge and job skills to young Asian officers and engineers in the fields of ICT and telecommunications. It has annually been held since 1998 and more than 169 promising leaders participated. The first part of the program is given at Malaysia Multimedia University (MMU) in Malaysia and the second part in Japan.

APT Training Course

BHN engages in personnel development programs at the request of Asia-Pacific Telecommunity (APT) to foster the growth of ICT utilization in the region.
To promote ICT services in the region, BHN makes plans and carries out human resource development programs showing trainees working in ICT related professions – in the field of planning, operation and management ICT services – utilization of the state of the art ICT services and the communications infrastructure.

Human resource training for the SDGs

Executive training helps companies achieve the SDGs
The Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) were adopted by the United Nations General Assembly in September 2015. They cover economic, social and environmental issues the international community should address between 2016 and 2030, and include 17 goals and 169 targets. BHN carries out SDG-based training to develop human resources who may consider businesses and partnerships that are based in social issues.
 

BHN Kuwabara Donation-Supported Course

Donation-supported SDGs-through-ICT course with the University of Electro-Communications
BHN received a large donation from adviser Kuwabara and has been considering the establishment of a “BHN Kuwabara Donation Supported Course at the University of Electro-Communications.”
BHN engages in international cooperation utilizing telecommunications technologies, and aims to contribute to the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
The University of Electro-Communications has been planning to foster developing countries’ human resources at universities in Japan. This spring, the university opened the graduate program ”Joint Sustainability Research” with Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology and Tokyo University of Foreign Studies. Since fiscal 2011, Muroran Institute of Technology and Akita Prefectural University have been working on a “Super Partnership Graduate School Program” for the development of human resources for innovation. The University of Electro-Communications has been studying the details of the course’s operation, content, and lecturers. On Thursday, April 18, 2019, a presentation ceremony was held for the establishment of the “BHN Kuwabara Donation-Supported Course.”
 

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