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DMW says South Korea needs Pinoy caregivers

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AT least 100 Filipino health workers are needed to work as caregivers in South Korea under the Employment Permit System between the Philippine and Republic of South Korea, according to the Migrant Workers (DMW).

The project aims to expand bilateral labor ties between Mnaila and Seoul, as well as assess the feasibility of a larger caregiver deployment plan between the two countries.

It will directly benefit Korean families who need help caring for children, including infants, or who have pregnant women, single parents, or dual-income couples.

Qualified caregivers will assist with childcare, daily tasks like cleaning and laundry, and support for pregnant women. It will also open up new job opportunities for qualified Philippine caregivers.

Prospective caregivers must present their Technical Education and Skills Development Authority, or TESDA, NC II Caregiving Certificate and should be between 24 and 38 years old.

Selected applicants will undergo comprehensive medical, psychological, language, and physical tests. They will receive pre-departure and post-arrival training sessions. Prospective Korean families will also attend the orientation sessions.

Registration starts May 9 until May 10, 2024.


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