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Training Section/Dispatch of Instructors

If you are working in the business development office of a company, or are a university, junior high or high school student, we can offer you an effective training program covering the actual state of international cooperation activities, essential knowhow and the needs of client countries, etc. This training utilizes the knowledge network that we have built up through our technical cooperation activities with developing countries and other activities. Our instructors are all currently working as development consultants and can utilize their varied backgrounds and expert knowledge to respond to a wide range of training requests.
In addition, in recent years our instructors have received numerous requests for topical training in their fields of specialty, and we have a well-developed training system. Please feel free to contact us with your training requests.


International Cooperation/SDGs (Sustainable Development Goals)

This activity is targeted towards organizations such as private companies and chambers of commerce that are considering overseas expansion into developing countries. Instructors with extensive local experience will provide lectures explaining the business trends, human resource utilization, and points of caution from a cross-cultural perspective when conducting business activities in the target countries, while providing information on local conditions. Also, for companies that would like to contribute to local societies through their services and products, our instructors will conduct lectures from on corporate business strategies from the standpoint of SDGs. We also have a course for students who are interested in careers in the international cooperation field.

【Examples of possible trainings/lectures】
・Global Human Resource Utilization
・Hiring Foreign Workers and Expanding into Overseas Countries
・Career Paths in International Cooperation, etc.

PCM (Project Cycle Management)/Project Evaluation

We conduct a PCM training program for person working in development in public and private organizations, development consultants, and others involved in development assistance activities such as NGO personnel. This training allows persons involved in development work to obtain the necessary basic knowledge in the areas of development project planning, project operation, the method of problem analysis that will become necessary for monitoring & evaluation, and the formulation of PDM (Project Design Matrix). The instructor in charge has over 20 years of experience in monitoring and evaluation.

【Examples of possible trainings/lectures】
•PCM Method Training (Planning Course)
•PCM Method Training (Monitoring & Evaluation Course)

Natural Conservation

For a target group that ranges from children to adults, we offer an environment education program focusing on natural conservation, with a special emphasis on the promotion of the wise use of wetlands. Also, targeting organizations such as local governments and private companies, we provide examples of nature-based economic revitalization and tourism activities. We are also able to offer lectures/trainings concerning the possibilities of collaboration between companies and NPOs.

【Examples of possible trainings/lectures】
•Possibility of wetlands wildlife tourism
•The Ramsar Convention and the conservation and wise use of wetlands
•Environmental education for children centered on wetlands

Fishery Development

Targeting overseas human resources, INTEM has worked as a contractor to conduct JICA and UNIDO (United Nations Industrial Development Organization) trainings. regarding fishery resource management and fishery product quality management, and aquaculture technology. Working in partnership with domestic fishing ports, aquaculture research organizations, food processing factories and private aquaculture facilities, INTEM has determined optimal training programs based on client needs and conducted effective training sessions. We also provide lectures for students specializing in fields such as fishery or water environment protection who are interested in learning about international cooperation or examples of overseas activities.

【Examples of possible trainings/lectures】
•Fishery quality management
•Coastal fishery resource management/fishing management
•Aquaculture technology, fish seed production technology
•Sustainable aquaculture development, etc.


Consultants familiar with extensive experience concerning the status of and issues faced by educational systems around the world, including Asia, Africa and South America will conduct the lectures. Concerning countries around the world, a wide range of lectures are possible covering basic education, higher education, vocational training, non-formal education, and programs working to achieve SDGs. Also, in the area of cross-cultural communication, training regarding teaching methods of online Japanese language instruction for local governments, private companies, NGOs, etc., working to support the Japanese study of foreign workers living in Japan is available from a consultant with experience as a Japanese instructor.

【Examples of possible trainings/lectures】
•SDGs 4 (“Ensure inclusive and equitable quality education and promote lifelong learning
opportunities for all”) – technical education/vocational education
•How to use online tools in Japanese language instruction, etc.


Now, for organizations or projects, conducting operations from the perspective of consideration of gender and diversity has become a necessity. Concerning, gender, LGBT rights and diversity, etc., lectures will be conducted that incorporate worldwide trends and the status of developing countries. We will offer lectures that make it possible to conduct projects and build organizations with diversity, based on the provision of accurate information.

【Examples of possible trainings/lectures】
•Gender and Sexuality
•Diversity and Inclusion
•Sexual minorities and current worldwide trends.

Activity Record since the year 2010

CountryName of ProjectClientServicesPeriod
JpanJICA Knowledge Co-creation Programe "Regional Project for Capacity Building in Integral Biodiversity Management and Conservation in the SICA region" for JFY 2023JICATraining Guidance2023
Maldives, JapanProject for Promotion of Blue Economy in the Fisheries Sector in Maldives
1st Technical Training in Japan
JICATechnical Cooperation Project2022-23
Indnesia, JapanProject for Promoting Sustainable Fisheries Development in Outer Islands of Indnesia
1st Technical Training in Japan
JICATechnical Cooperation Project2021-24
JapanJICA Knowledge Co-creation Programe " Sustainable Use of Fisheries Resources through Diversication of Fisheries-Based Livelihood in Island Countiries" for JFY 2022JICATraining Guidance2022
JapanJICA Knowledge Co-creation Programe "Empowerment of Rural Women" for JFY 2022JICATraining Guidance2022
Canbodia, JapanThe Project for Establishing Foundations for Teacher Education College
1st-5th Technical Training in Japan
JICATechnical Cooperation Project2017-23
JapanJICA Knowledge Co-creation Programe "Empowerment of Rural Women" for JFY 2021JICATraining Guidance2022
JapanFY2021/2022 Oze National Park Guide Training for Foreigners, Basic Training InstructorMinistry of the EnvironmentTraining Guidance2021
JapanJICA Training for "Policies and Countermeasures against Illigal, Unreported and Unregulated (IUU) fishing"JICATraining Guidance2021
Japan, Bangladesh(Online)Sharing the Knowledge and Experience of Community Based Resource Management of Conserving Coastal and Marine Biodiversity of Bay of Bengal, Cox’s Bbazar, BangladeshRamsar Center JapanTraining Guidance2020
Japan"Effective using method of online tools for teaching Japanese in online class" Organizer: Minamisoma International AssociationMinamisoma International AssociationTraining Guidance2020
JapanLecturer, Haramachi Chamber of commerce and industry, Minamisoma-city, Fukushima-kenHaramachi Chamber of Commerce and Industry (Young Entrepreneurs Group)Training Guidance2019
JapanWorkshop Facilitator for PCM Method1・2・3FASIDTraining Guidance2018、19
JapanLecturer,Lecture at staff workshop of Okayama Sanyo High School, Okayama-kenOkayama Sanyo High SchoolTraining Guidance2019
JapanStudy Tour on Aquatics Quality Control in JapanUNIDOTraining Guidance2018
JapanTraining Course on Capacity Building for Stakeholders of Fisheries and Aquaculture Sector in TunisiaJICATechnical Guidance2017、18
JapanAnalysis of Blood Dynamics of Orally Administered Hormone Regarding to Spawning Induction for Aquaculture FishTokyo University of Marine Science and TechnologyTraining Guidance2018
JapanLecturer for Practical Corporate Management for Productivity Improvement through Practical KAIZEN and Quality Control MethodsJICATraining Guidance2018
JapanOrganization of a Study Tour on Tuna Processing in JapanUNIDOTraining Guidance2017-18
JapanWorkshop Facilitator for PCM Method1・2・3JICATraining Guidance2017
JapanTraining Course for MonitoringTakushoku UniversityTechnical Guidance2015、16、17
JapanTraining Course on Capacity building for Stakeholders of Fisheries and Aquaculture sector in TunisiaJICATraining Guidance2017
JapanCo-Management Practices CJICATraining Guidance2015、16
JapanWorkshop Facilitator for PCM Method (Water Related Disaster Management "Preparedness, Mitigation and Reconstruction"JICATraining Guidance2016
JapanLecturer on “Gender Initiatives in Agricultural and Rural Development Projects”JICATraining Guidance2016
Maldives, JapanProject for the Formulation of Master Plan for Sustainable Fisheries (MASPLAN)JICATechnical Cooperation Project
(Technical Training in Japan)
JapanTraining Course on Extension for Fisheries Management for TunisiaJICATraining Guidance2015
JapanTraining Course on Artificial reefs for MoroccoJICATraining Guidance2014-15
JapanGroup Training Course on Coastal Fisheries Resource Management in 2014
”Problem Analysis / Consulting on Action Plans"
"Coastal Fisheries Management (B) (PCM Training Instructor)"
JICATraining Guidance2014
JapanWorkshop Facilitator for PCM MethodFASIDTraining Guidance2014
JapanGroup Training on Coastal Fisheries ManagementJICATraining Guidance2012-13
JapanGroup Training Course on Coastal Fisheries Resource Management in 2013JICA Yokohama CenterTraining Guidance2013
JapanTraining Course on Freshwater Fish Culture Technology for Cambodia in 2012JICA Yokohama CenterTraining Guidance2012-2013
JapanInternational Training Program on Sustainable Fish Culture Development (Sustainable Fish Culture Development)JICATechnical Guidance2012
JapanWorkshop Facilitator for PCM Method (Sub-Moderator)FASIDTraining Guidance2012
JapanGroup Training Course on Coastal Fisheries Management in 2011JICA Yokohama CenterTraining Guidance2011-2012
JapanTraining Course on Inland Aquaculture Technology for BeninJICA Yokohama CenterTraining Guidance2011
JapanTraining on Management of Fishery and Aquaculture Institute for TurkeyJICA Yokohama CenterTraining Guidance2011
JapanGroup Training Course on Coastal Fisheries Resource Management in 2010JICA Yokohama CenterTraining Guidance2010-2011

Introduction of instructors

As INTEM also has instructors in fields other than those listed below,please contact us if you are interested in receiving training.
Masanori Doi
Instructor Profile

The President of INTEM Consulting Inc. Doctor of Fisheries Science, Professional Engineer (Fishery Sector).He is a technical expert in fish aquaculture and natural conservation,and as a technical consultant he has over 35 years of experience in 40 countries.

Training/lecture areas

•Life as a development consultant
•Career paths in the international consulting field (Career consultation)
•Examination strategies for Professional Engineer (Fisheries Sector)

Akira Maekawa
Instructor Profile

During his career as a consultant he visited 78 countries. He had extended stays in Cambodia, Indonesia and Madagascar, and has in-depth knowledge of the influence of subsidy programs on the societies and economies of developing countries.

Training/lecture areas

•Techniques for effective cooperation against the background of different
cultures and value systems
•How to build trust with counterparts in client countries.
•How to deal with clients in former communist countries.

Takaaki Hirakawa
Instructor Profile

Extensive record in conducting PCM trainings for persons involved in development work. He can provide instruction over a wide area ranging from project design to operation management.

Training/lecture areas

•PCM Method (Planning, evaluation)
•Method of monitoring technical cooperation projects.

Manabu Echigo
Instructor Profile

He holds a doctorate degree in Marine Science (Fisheries Science) from the Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology. He is an expert in the fishery resource management and fishery development of developing countries. Beginning with the island countries of the Marshall Islands and the Maldives, he has extensive experience in regions including Southeast Asia and Africa.

Training/lecture areas

•International cooperation and fishery development
•Japanese fishing industry
•Fishery resource management in developing countries

Tomoyuki Minamiyama
Instructor Profile

Focusing on the Small and Medium-sized Manufacturing Enterprise Finance Promotion Project, he has been engaged in the support of the overseas expansion of small and medium-sized businesses. He specializes in communication technology. He has conducted lectures and published reports in the fields of creating added value for corporations and revitalization of local economies.

Training/lecture areas

•Foreign workers and overseas expansion
•Monozukuri (manufacturing) companies expansion into developing countries
and human resource development

Saeri Muto
Instructor Profile

As an expert in education/industrial human resources cultivation expert, she has many years of experience in the advisory business in African countries. She can provide lectures in a wide range of areas including the status of education in developing countries, issues in educational development, SDGs and vocational training, and career formation in the international cooperation field.

Training/lecture areas

•Career formation in the international cooperation field
•Education and vocational training in Africa
•The status of foreign workers admitted to Japan and their utilization

Kurumi Nonaka
Instructor Profile

Through her experience in international cooperation, research, and work as a Japanese instructor, she has been engaged in survey/development, and support of foreigners in the villages of Nepal and the Philippines. She is promoting increased operational efficiency through the use of online tools.

Training/lecture areas

•Support of foreign residents in Japan
•Online tool lectures

James McGill
Instructor Profile

Born in the United States. After obtaining an MBA, he came to Japan as an English language instructor. Previously worked as a manager in the Environmental Management Group of Sekisui Chemical Co., Ltd. responsible for natural conservation activities. Currently working to promote inbound tourism and wildlife tourism business.

Instructor Profile

•Corporate English language instruction
•Possibilities of wildlife tourism in wetlands

Reiko Nakamura
Instructor Profile

She was first Japanese person to receive the Ramsar Wetland Conservation Award (Educational area). As the former secretary-general of the Ramsar Center Japan she contributed to the promotion of the conservation and wise use of wetlands in Japan and Asia.

Training/lecture areas

•Ramsar Convention and wetlands conservation and wise use
•Focusing on Asia, international wetlands and biodiversity
•Children’s education focusing on wetlands
•Local economic revitalization utilizing Ramsar Convention registered wetlands
•Environmental issues focusing on nature and biodiversity