Human Resource Development (HRD)
JCCP's overriding goal is to contribute to securing a stable supply of oil and energy to Japan, and to mutually promote economic development in Japan and oil-producing countries. Toward this end, JCCP provides various types of programs, as one of its key activities.
HRD programs aim to develop human resources in oil-producing countries by transferring the technologies and experience that Japan's oil and engineering industries have accumulated through their overall management of oil downstream sectors.
These programs are designed to provide Japan's advanced technology, knowledge, and experience to engineers, middle-level managers, and physical distribution/marketing managers from the oil downstream sector in oil-producing countries, either by inviting them to participate in programs conducted in Japan, or by sending Japanese experts to conduct seminars in oil-producing countries.
Given the diversified training needs of oil-producing countries today, it has become increasingly important to accurately assess the issues faced by each country, and to incorporate as much information as possible in order to resolve these issues. Based on this understanding, JCCP constantly seeks to enhance its cooperation, by directly interviewing relevant personnel from oil organizations in oil-producing countries, to discuss issues they are facing, as well as to elicit requests for JCCP cooperation.
Since its founding, JCCP has received more than 23,000 participants. They comprise JCCP's precious assets, and include many who hold important positions today in the oil industry in their respective countries.
HRD Programs consist of the following:
- HRD Programs in Japan
- HRD Programs Overseas
- JCCP Program Management Meetings and JCCP Program Seminars