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  1. 1. ITEE & ITSS AOTS Tsunoda Kazuhiro 1 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  2. 2. Topic1. Overview of the ITEE2. ITSS and ITEE3. Benefit of ITEE Certification4. When you have job in Japanese Market, What should you do? 2 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  3. 3. 1. Overview of the ITEE(Information Technology Engineers Examination) 3 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  4. 4. Mutual Recognitions between Asian Countries and Japan☆ In 2000, the economic ministers of ASEAN, Japan, China and Korea agreed to promote a program to recognize common Skill Standards in the IT field across Asia.☆ 4 countries and 1 region have their own ITEE.(India, Singapore, Korea, China, Taiwan)☆ 6 countries introduce Japanese ITEE. (ITPEC)(Thai, Philippine, Vietnam, Myanmar, Malaysia, Mongolia) 4 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  5. 5. The Mutual Recognitions Agreement Reference : Mutual Recognition on IPA’s web page 5 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  6. 6. Mutual recognition with Japan Gr o u p A (Own Ma k in g ) Japan India Singapore Korea China Taiwan MOU - 9-Feb-01 24-Aug-01 21-Dec-01 31-Jan-02 2-Dec-03 MCIT MICA Labour Information METI ( EA IDB ) MO DIT ( ) (IDA) Department Industry Dep.Organization DOEACC JITEC Society SCS (HRD Korea) CEIAEC (III/CSF) Information Security Specialist ○ Project Manager ○ System Architect ○ ○ MutualCertificated Network Specialist ○ ○ Exam Data Base Specialist ○ Applied IT Engineer ○ ○ ○ ○ Fudamental IT Engineer ○ ○ ○ IT Passport ○ 6 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  7. 7. Mutual recognition with Japan Gr o u p B ( t r o d u c e d J a p a n e s e e x a m s ys t e m ) In Japan Thai Philippine Viet Nam Myanmar Malaysia Mongolia MOU - 25-Jun-02 17-Apr-02 4-Jul-02 13-Nov-02 5-Jan-05 28-Aug-07 MOST (MCSDC) METI DTI MOST  e-National (MOHE)Organization (NSTDA) Taskforce JITEC (NECTEC) (PhilNITS) (VITEC) (MCF) (METEOR) (NITP) Information Security Specialist Project Manager System Architect MutualCertificated Network Specialist ○ Exam. Data Base Specialist ○ Applied IT Engineer ○ Fudamental IT Engineer ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ IT Passport ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ 7 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  8. 8. ITPEC => Mutual recognition (Information Technology Professional Examination Council)☆ ITPEC was established in 2005 by representatives from the countries that have adopted Japanese ITEE to conduct the common FE examination.☆ ITPEC conducts the exam on the same date and time with the same set of questions.☆ The mutual recognition will facilitate cross- border cooperation among businesses and the exchange of IT human resources across the region. 8 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  9. 9. Number of Applicants & Successful Examinees in 6 Countries 9 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  10. 10. Japanese IT Certifications supported Japanese Technology☆ The Japanese students who study IT aim at certifying examination with “Official authorization”.☆ There is various IT related qualification in the world.☆ IT Certification examination is one of the most prestigious exams in Japan. 10 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  11. 11. Japanese ITEE☆ The Ministry of International Trade and Industry launched this exam system in 1969.☆ The government continuously reformed the exam system according to the market changes.☆ As of Spring 2010, the examination has been taken by over 15.40 million applicants, approximately 1.7 million of whom passed successfully. 11 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  12. 12. Applicants, Passed Examinees in Japan Reference : JITEC on IPA’s web page 12 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  13. 13. Structure of the IP exam Total 2 hours and 45 minutes 9:30 - 12:15Multiple-choice test (select 1 correct answer from 4 choices)• Short question type (1 question contains 1 question)• Medium question type (1 question contains 4 sub-questions.).All 100 questions must be answered•Short question type: 88 questions•Medium question type: 12 questions (3 questions consisting of 4sub-questions each)Passing standard: There are 2 criteria to be satisfied to pass the IP.•60% of the full points.•30% of full points in each category (Strategy, Management andTechnology field) 13 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  14. 14. IP Exam☆ Ranges and the number of questions 1) Strategy field: about 35% 2) Management field: about 25% 3) Technology field: about 40% 14 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  15. 15. Structure of the FE exam Total 5.0 hours Morning Exam Afternoon Exam9:30 - 12:00 (2.5 hours) 13:30 – 16:00 (2.5 hours)Multiple-choice test (select 1 Multiple-choice test (Each questioncorrect answer from 4 choices) has several sub-questions)All 80 questions must be 7 out of 8 questions must beanswered answeredPassing standard point is 60% Passing standard point is 60% ofof full points. full points. 15 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  16. 16. Correspondence with the past FE Exam☆ The Morning Exam covers the same fields as the past FE exam. The Afternoon Exam covers the same technology fields as the past FE exam, while incorporating management and strategy fields, questions is spread evenly across a broad range of fields.☆ The level of the examination is almost equivalent to that of the past FE exam. 16 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  17. 17. FE Morning Exam☆ Ranges and the number of questions ◦ Q1 ~ Q50: Technology field => 60 % ◦ Q51~ Q60: Management field => 15 % ◦ Q61~ Q80: Strategy field => 25 % 17 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  18. 18. FE Afternoon Exam☆ Ranges and the number of questions◦ Q1~Q6: Must answer all questions (compulsory). • 4 questions from Hardware, Software, Database, Network and Information Security • Program Design• Data Structure or Algorithms◦ Q7~Q8: Choose 1 out of 2 questions. • 2questions from Software Development (C, JAVA) 18 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  19. 19. Structure of the AP exam Total 5.0 hours Morning Exam Afternoon Exam9:30 - 12:00 (2.5 hours) 13:30 – 16:00 (2.5 hours)Multiple-choice test (Select 1 Description test (Each questioncorrect answer from 4 choices) has several sub-questions)All 80 questions must be 6 out of 12 questions must beanswered answeredPassing standard point is 60% Passing standard point is 60%of full points. of full points. 19 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  20. 20. Correspondence with the past SW Exam☆ The Morning Exam covers strategy fields in addition to the technology and management fields covered in the past SW Exam. The Afternoon Exam covers almost the same technology fields as the past SW Exam, but also includes management and strategy questions.Several questions are provided, allowing the examinee to select and answer the questions that best match his/her area of profession.☆ The level of the examination is almost equivalent to that of the past SW exam. 20 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  21. 21. AP Morning Exam☆ Ranges and the number of questions ◦ Q1 ~ Q49: Technology field => 60 % ◦ Q50~ Q60: Management field => 15 % ◦ Q61~ Q80: Strategy field => 25 % 21 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  22. 22. AP Afternoon Exam☆ Ranges and the number of questions◦ Q1~Q2: Choose 1 out of 2 questions • 1 question from Management Strategy , Information Strategy and Strategy Planning/Consulting Techniques. • Programming (Algorithms) ◦ Q3~Q12: Choose 5 out of 10 questions • 1 question from Management Strategy , Information Strategy and Strategy Planning/Consulting Techniques. • 9 questions from System Architecture, Network, Database, Embedded System Development, Information System Development, Information Security, Project Management, IT Service Management and System Audit. 22 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  23. 23. 1. ITSS and ITEE (ITSS : IT Skill Standards) [Reference] Skill Standards for IT Professionals model curriculum - To get level 2 - (Corresponding with ITSS V3) IncorporatedAdministrative Agency Information-Technology Promotion Agency (IPA) 23 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  24. 24. ITSS Utilization Refer to “The Preliminary Trend Survey for IT Human Resource in Japan(2007), IPA” URL : http://www.ipa.go.jp/jinzai/itss/activity/activity2.html#20080129ITSS Utilization in IT Vendors The ratio of “current use of ITSS” companies is about 30 % of the total. The ratio of large companies is high, but many small and medium-sized companies are “under review”. The ratio of “no use and no plan” companies is low, and most companies, over 80%, need to use ITSS. 2.2 % ( N=3 All 28.3 27.5 27.2 14.8 % % % % 57 ) Current use Under review to use Need to use, but no review No use and no plan to use in the future No answer 0% 20% 40% 60% 80% 100% By Company 1,0000 0 1and over (N=41) ) 0 名以上( N=41 63.4% 14.6% 9.8% 12.2% Size 3 0 under 0 300 – 0 1,000 (N=65) ) 0 ~1 0 名未満( N=65 43.1% 33.8% 16.9% 4.6% 1.5% (by Employee number) 1000 under 名未満( 1 –~3 0 300 (N=172) ) 0 0 N=172 19.2% 34.3% 28.5% 14.5% 3.5% under 名未満( 100 100 (N=72) ) N=72 19.4% 13.9% 38.9% 26.4% 1.4% 現在利用し Current use ている 現在利用を検討し Under review to use ている 必要性は感じ no review検討には至っていない use 特に利用しto use in the future ているが、 Need to use, but No and no plan ておらず、今後も利用の予定はない 無回答 No answer 24 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  25. 25. ITSS is …The INDEX, which identifies and systemizesbusiness capabilities for IT services.It provides Framework for the education andtraining of IT professionals in businesses anduniversities. Visualization of invisible skills ( business capability )   Copyright C 25 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  26. 26. ITSS Objective  The objective of the skill standards is effective capital investment for human resources development in the IT service industry. To promote the IT professionals for business strategy. 1. Human Resource Development for IT Professionals ( for Companies) 2. Carrier Path Development (for Individuals)   Copyright C 26 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  27. 27. Education Instructions Instructions 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda Planning the training Planning the training Service Desk Service Desk 27   Management I Service Operation Operation System operation System operation T Operations management Operations management Facility management Facility management Customer Service Software SoftwareITSS V3 Career framework Hardware Hardware Application software Development C Software Middleware Middleware Copyright Basic software Application Specialist Business application package Business application system Business application system Security Systems Management Systems Management TSpecialist Common Application infrastructure Database I Network Platform Software product development Management Network service Project IT outsourcing Systems development Infrastructure Architecture TArchitect Integration Architecture I Application Architecture Consultant Business function Industry Sales via media Sales Product sales by visiting customers Consulting by visiting customers Market Communication Marketing Sales channel strategy Marketing management Job Classification Specialty Fields JOB Category Level 7 Level 6 Level 5 Level 4 Level 3 Level 2 Level1
  28. 28. ITSS Characteristic1. Scope is IT Vendors. But, possible to use in User Companies.2. Classify 11 Job Categories. And 35 Specialty Fields.3. Specify 7 Levels based on the ability and business results of Individuals.4. Level is certified by the KPI(*1) of “Experience and Results”.5. Define “Career” and its expected “Skill”.6. Reference Model (No need full installation. Use only a part. )7. Use ITEE(*2) as level certification tool. (at Level 1, 2 and 3) (*1): Key Performance Indicator (*2): IT Engineering Examination   Copyright C 28 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  29. 29. Analogies of “Job category” (compare it to professional in other industries) Sales Consultant IT Architect Project Management Analogies of Job category in ITSS Education   Copyright C 29 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  30. 30. JOB Category Definition blue : outcome red : responsibility Job Category Description Performs planning and preparation of business strategy such as sales strategies, implementation plans, financial planning, and sales channel strategies, etc, in order to response to customer needs by Marketing carrying out forecasts and analysis of market trends of company, business, products and services. Has responsibility in the investment effects of planed business strategy through analysis of market, etc, novelty, and customer satisfactions Performs confirmation of customers management policy, and to realize the policy, provides proposals and closes contracts by offering solution for resolution of issues, improvement of business process, Sales and necessary solutions, products and services. Enhance customer satisfactions, by establishing good relations with customers. Contributes realization of customer business strategies and vision and solving of problems, through implementation of counseling on customer management strategies, business strategies and formulation Consultant of IT strategies, proposal and advice, by utilizing intellectual property and consulting methodology. Has responsibility in values and effects brought by proposal, customer satisfaction, feasibility, etc. Analyzes problem of business and IT, and re-composes solution as requirements of information systematization. Designs IT architecture with quality (consistency, etc.) of whole information systems in order to realize customer business strategies by utilizing hardware and software related skills IT Architect (application related skills and methodology). Designed architecture confirms that follow-on development and installation, and confirms solution construction on problems. In addition, clarifies that information system satisfies appropriate standard in order to construct solution, and evaluates effects from technical risks against feasibility in advance. Performs proposing, initiation, planning, execution, monitoring and controlling, and closing of a project,Project Management by utilizing project management related skill and business management technology. Has responsibility in the completion of the planned deliverable and required quality of service, cost, and target date.   Copyright C 30 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  31. 31. Concept of level and assessment level Level 1 1 Level Level 22 Level Level 33 Level Level 4 4 Level Level 5 5 Level Level 66 Level Level 77 Level Business, technology, methodology Able to find out and resolve a problem on-the-job problem Lead (creation) business, technology and Discovery of an on-the-job problem, solution (utilization) are possible (practical use) methodology I lead you (creation) Carry out under the guidance Lead in the scope Sphere of business (a project) of work Contribute to Contribute to Lead the I carry it out with I contribute I contribute to I lead the Value guidance (project) An o the company to an office the industry the industry industry industry Contribution creation lead for value Contri A shadow to creation bution influence to a market the market Recognized in a the market I am recognized in market I am recognized in Recognized in an office the company I can teach it Guides subordinates It is possiblebyan by him/her self Practicesentirely own effort Achievement It is worked on Ableconstant part of At to ….a of required a demand degree assignment without If there is it, it is works Achieveme nt of no supervisors an own effort I attend and assistance have it Under the Able to…under guidance the guidance It is possible Result as a member of theAssessment as industry a member of the industry range Results as a member of anof an organization Result as a member organization Assessment Result as an object Results individual as an individual   Copyright C 31 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  32. 32. Education/Training Roadmap Structure exampleEducation Course Groups of Application Specialist Beginner Lever Entry Level Mid Level Advanced Level Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 Latest IT Trends Component Technology Advanced Component Technology Fundamentals Technology System Design Advanced System Design System Development Fundamentals IT Fundamentals 2 System Development Advanced System Development System Advanced System Operation/Maintenance IT Fundamentals 1 Operation/Maintenance Application Package Application Package by Product Fundamentals System Development Methodology Community Activities Method of Defining Methodology System Requirements Consulting Methodology Project Project Management Management Fundamentals Business/ Industry Industry Applications Trends Application Industry Fundamentals Latest Business Trends Leadership Leadership for Application Specialist Fundamentals Communication Personal Fundamentals Communication for Application Specialist Negotiation Negotiation for Application Specialist Fundamentals : Common to All Types of Professions : Choice by Area of Specialization   Copyright C 32 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  33. 33. ITSS as a reference model Blank for no use job category Project Application JOB Category Sales Management IT Specialist Specialist                   Customers Consulting by Visiting System Development Platform Network Database Security Business Application System Specialty Fields Blank for no useUse the levels specialty fields withoutmodification Level 7 Adopt vendor test Level 6 independently as the Level 5 certification tool Level 4 * Level 3 ITEE AP Level 2 ITEE FE Level 1 ITEE IP *: Vendor Test   Copyright C 33 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  34. 34. Model Curriculum & training road map Training Road Map Model Curriculum Related Period ExamLevel Course Group Course Name Subject Units (hours) IT Engineer Fundamentals (1) 22.5 15 (3 days) IT Engineer Fundamentals IT Engineer Fundamentals (2) 22.5 15 (3 days) IT Basic 2 Programming Programming Fundamentals (1) 22.5 15 (3 days) Fundamentals Programming Fundamentals (2) 22.5 15 (3 days) Application Development Fundamentals (1) 22.5 15 (3 days) Application Development Fundamentals Application Development 22.5 15 (3 days) FE Fundamentals (2) 2 System Development Database Fundamentals Database Fundamentals 22.5 15 (3 days) Fundamentals Network Fundamentals (1) 22.5 15 (3 days) Network Fundamentals Network Fundamentals (2) 22.5 15 (3 days) Security Fundamentals Security Fundamentals 22.5 15 (3 days) Subtotal 225.0 150 (30 days) Personal Skill Personal Skill Personal Skill Fundamentals 22.5 15 (3 days) Fundamentals Fundamentals - Total 247.5 165 (33 days)Each subject is structured with 90 minutes x 15 units. 34 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  35. 35. Training course group of common job category Level 1 Level 2 Level 3 Component Technology System Development Fundamentals Fundamentals System DesignTechnology System Development IT Basic 2 System Operation/Maintenance Application Package Fundamentals IT Basic 1MethodologyProjectManagement Industry ApplicationBusiness/Industry Fundamentals PersonalPersonal Skill Fundamentals 35 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  36. 36. Subject overview list <Structure of Subject Code> (A part of the list of Level 2 ) (Column 1) (Column 2) (Column 3) (Column 4) Level Course Course Subject Group Name Course Course Subject Subject Name Overview Group Name Code This subject aims at learning of the technical knowledge needed basically and IT Engineer universally for the information system. B111 Fundamentals The learner learns such technologies as platform, network, database and (1) IT Engineer software engineering as technical knowledge. Fundamentals This subject aims at learning of the technical knowledge needed basically and IT Engineer universally for the information system. B112 Fundamentals The learner learns system architecture, development procedure, developmentIT Basic 2 (2) method as technical knowledge. Programming B121 Fundamentals This subject aims at learning of fundamental knowledge and programming Programming (1) language (Java) that are used when creating program. Moreover, the learner Fundamentals Programming practices the program creation and learns flow of the program development, B122 Fundamentals the usage method of development environment. (2) Application This subject aims at learning of the fundamental knowledge about business Development requirement analysis method, design method, development method, B211 Fundamentals technology and the related knowledge and management technique whenSystem Application (1) developing application.Development DevelopmentFundamentals Fundamentals Application Business requirement analysis and design flow, coding and test in the Development B212 application development are experienced by using the theme of virtual Fundamentals business application development through Group exercise/practice. (2) 36 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  37. 37. Subject Structure --- Level 2 Database Fundamentals [B221] Network Fundamentals (1) Network Fundamentals (2) [B231] [B232]IT Engineer Fundamentals (1) IT Engineer Fundamentals (2) [B111] [B112] Security Fundamentals [B241]Programming Fundamentals (1) Programming Fundamentals (2) [B121] [B122] Application Development Application Development Fundamentals (1) Fundamentals (2) [B211] [B212] Personal Skill Fundamentals [B311] 37 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  38. 38. Subject Details --- IT Engineer Fundamentals (1)(1) Subject Syllabus Subject IT Engineer Fundamentals (1)Subject Code B111Job Category Common Job categoryTarget Learners Learners who want to achieve Level 2 of IT Skill StandardsPrerequisites Learners should pass through "Introduction to IT (1), (2)" or an equivalent level of knowledge.Course Group IT Basic 2Course Name IT Engineer FundamentalsOverview This subject aims at learning of the technical knowledge needed basically and universally for the information system. The learner learns such technologies as platform, network, database and software engineering as technical knowledge.Learning Objectives The learner can perform the development, operation, and maintenance work by using basic technical knowledge concerning the information system under the direction of high-level professionals as a team member of an application system development.Training and Teaching LectureMethod (A part of the lecture can be done by e-Learning)Assessment method of The trainer judges the assess lecture reports after the lecture, questionnaires, knowledge confirmation tests and the effort for theAcquired Skill exercises synthetically then evaluates them.Curriculum Constitution 90 minutes (1 unit) x 15 times (Total: 22.5 hours) [Field] TechnologyKnowledge Item [Major Category] [Middle Category]Classification 1 Basic Theories 1 Basic Theories 2 Algorithms and Programming 2 Computer System 3 Computer Component 4 System Component 5 Software 6 Hardware 3 Technology Element 7 Human Interfaces 8 Multimedia 9 Database 10 Network 38 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  39. 39. (2) Unit Syllabus --- 1) List of Unit Title(Level 2 => IT Basic 2 => IT Engineer Fundamentals => IT Engineer Fundamentals (1) ) Unit Title Learning Objectives No. Orientation The learner can explain transition of positioning of the information system in the information society, 1 What is the information system? roles, and the usage. The learner can explain computer components in general and the input-output equipment in 2 Input/output devices particular. The learner can explain the memory (memory storage) and auxiliary storage devices which are the 3 Memory(Storage) components of the computer. 4 Processor and bus The learner can explain the processor and bus which are the components of the computer. 5 Operating system The learner can explain the operating system (OS) which is the component of the computer. The learner can explain the middleware which becomes indispensable when constructing the 6 Middleware information system The learner can explain the file system which is the component of the computer. In addition, the 7 File system learner can explain the database which is a part of the middleware. The learner can explain the types and roles of network. In addition, the learner can explain the 8 Network overview of communication protocol also. 9 Data representation The learner can explain the methods of data representation which is processed in a computer. 10 Basic theories of Information The learner can explain the basic principle of the set and logical operation. The learner can explain the theory that becomes basic of the program from among a basic theory 11 Basic theories of program concerning the principle of operation of the computer. The learner can explain the data structure which is an element which forms a program, i.e., the 12 Data structures structure of the data which is a candidate for processing of a program. The learner can explain that what kind of procedure performs processing of alignment and search 13 Algorithm(1) among the algorithms which are the elements which form a program. The learner can explain that what kind of procedure performs processing of flow chart and arrays 14 Algorithm(2) among the algorithms which are the elements which form a program. The learner can establish IT engineer technology by reviewing current lectures’ content through doing 15 Summary exercise. 39 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  40. 40. (2) Unit Syllabus --- 2) Unit Syllabus (A part of the list)Unit Unit Title Objectives ContentsNo. 1. Orientation 2. Information society and network (1) Information and information processing The learner can explain Orientation (2) Component of information system transition of positioning of What is the (3) Communications using information system 1 the information system in the information 3. System processing form and using form information society roles, system? 4. Current status of applicability area of information system and the future trend and the usage. (1) Information system and its roles in company (2) Information system and its roles as social infrastructure 1. Trend of components (3)Computer base technology which composes information system (1) Computer component and its roles (2) Data flow and control flow 2. I/O devices (1) Data representation (2) Types and characteristics of I/O devices (3) I/O interfaces (4) Device driver etc. The learner can explain 3. Input devices computer components in Input/output (1) Keyboard 2 general and the input - devices (2) Bar-code reader output equipment in (3) OCR/OMR particular. (4) Image scanner (5) Voice recognizer etc. 4. Output devices and display devices (1) Printer (2) Display etc. | | | 40 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  41. 41. Approach to promote ITEE with ITSS IS TS IE TE Career path by ITSS & ITEE Level 7 Internal high- end player and world class player• What is the meaning the passing ITEE in career ? Level 6 Internal high- end player – Skill Standards for IT professionals provides Level 5 Intra-firm high- end player Informatio n Techno lo gy Eng ineers Examination co rrespo nding to up to level 4 index to assess broader aspects of IT High level Level 4 High level knowledge and skill professionals. examination Middle level – Skill Standards for IT professionals provides Level 3 Applied knowledge and skill examination index for the passing each examination. Level 2 Fundamental knowledge and skill Basic examination Required minimum Entry Level 1 basic knowledge examination Total HRD by ITSS & ITEE Caree Beginner r In Entry Level Mid Level Advanced Level• How to use the ITEE in HRD? Lever Level 1 dex Level 2 Level 3 Level 4 Latest IT Trends Level 5 Level 6 Level 7 – How to assess the HRD beyond ITEE? Compo nent Techno logy Advanced Component Technology Fundamentals Technology System Design Advanced System Design System • Skill Standards for IT professionals Development System Development Ad vanced System Development IT Fundamentals 2 Fundamentals System Ad vanced System Operation/Maintenance Operation/Maintenance Application provides KPI to broader fields in HR. Package Application Package by Product Fundamentals IT Fundamentals 1 System Development Methodology Community Activities – How to develop HR ? Method of Defining Methodology Sys tem Requirements Consulting Methodology • Skill Standards for IT professionals Project Management Project Management Fundamentals provides Education/Training Roadmap Business/ Industry Industry Application Fundamentals Industry Applications Trends Latest Business Trends and Model Curriculum. Persona l Leadership Fundamentals Communication Fundamentals Leadership for Application Specialist Communication for Application Specialist – How to define Career Path ? Negotiation Fundamentals Negotiation for Application Specialist :Common to All Types of Professions : Choice by Area of Specialization • Skill Standards for IT professionals Education/Training Roadmap Structure provides Skill Dictionary.   Copyright C 41 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  42. 42. Sample of level assessment (level 1, 2)Basic concept : level 1,2  ⇒  Certified as level 1,2 by passing IP and FE of ITEE Level assessment ( level 2) Certificate of FE ITEE 基本情報技術者試験 Name: E 1.Mr. E doesn’t have remarkable result yet. 2 He has passed Fundamental ITEE. Mr. E seems to carry out his assigned duties respectably. Our company assesses him as the engineer for level 2 of ITSS Note ) Likewise, in level 1 ( to assess by utilizing IT Passport Exam as level assessment )   Copyright C 42 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  43. 43. Sample of level assessment (level 3)Basic concept : level 3  ⇒ Certified as level 3 by passing AP of ITEE. Job categories and specialty fields ,defined in ITSS, will be determined based on the job assignment. Level assessment (level 3) 応用情報技術者試験 Certificate of AP ITEE   1 Mr. B does not have remarkable result yet, but carries Name: B out his assigned duties properly as project member 2 He has passed AP ITEE for skill proficiency. Mr. B seems to carry out his duties properly equivalent to level 3. His current assignment is application development. Our company assesses him as an engineer for level 3 ( in APS of job category of ITSS. ※ APS: Application Specialist   Copyright C 43 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  44. 44. 3. Benefit of ITEE Certification 44 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  45. 45. Hiring employees☆ People are chosen: • by personal connection • by measuring talents by public standards☆ Most foreign-affiliated companies already select persons through the exam. 45 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  46. 46. Benefits for worker☆ When employee succeed the ITEE. • Employee Prize bonus money • Wages for job qualification • Wide knowledge required for systems development can be mastered.☆ After succeed, Chance of having a rise of step up in company. • Employer would choose excellent worker. • Employee will carrier up more. 46 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  47. 47. Benefits for Company☆ When succeed the ITEE. • Certification proofs high job level of company☆ Japanese company demands successors in project team. • Company should announce the numbers of successors. • Other Asian countries also recognize the IT Certifications. 47 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  48. 48. 4. When you have job in Japanese Market, What should you do? 48 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  49. 49. Japanese enterprises employ many engineers☆ Basis of Japanese industry is hi-technology and technical innovation.☆ Japanese company import raw material, makes value-added products (raises a price), and export.☆ Reproduction on an enlarged scale 49 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  50. 50. What Japanese company expect☆ A success of examination is not goal of you. • Technology is changing every year. • IT technology is called dog year advancing☆ Everyone should try skill up more high level. • ITSS will guide you to carrier up.☆ Company expects from the workers to gain better results in their tasks. • Not only certification paper but also good jobs. 50 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  51. 51. Japanese Company☆ Measure of results are satisfactions by customers. • If quality is good, they should satisfy. • If delivery date are strictly kept, they should satisfy. • If completing the required task and changing, they should satisfy.☆ Satisfied customers will give you more big business. • More big business will need more high technology and skill, good management. AOTS, Tsunoda Copyright 2011 by C 51
  52. 52. Japanese Company☆ Wall of Language • Almost Japanese businessmen in Japan cannot speak English. • They hope to talk Japanese on discussion.☆ Unique custom of business • Ambiguous specification • Frequently change of Specification • The Japanese are severe on the quality, the delivery date, etc, (Project Management). 52 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda
  53. 53. Thank you foryour attention ! 53 Copyright C 2011 by AOTS, Tsunoda

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