プレ・イベント 2 Pre-Conference Event 2

Special Seminar: Towards Sustainable Career Development for International Students and Foreign Human Resources

7月16日 (土) 10時から15時 オンライン開催 Saturday, July 16 (10:00-15:00 JST) Online
使用言語:英語・日本語 同時通訳あり This event will be in both English & Japanese (simultaneous translation)

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Supporting Members

7月16日 (土) 
July 16

5月20日 (金) ~ 7月14日 (木) 10:00
May 20 – July 14 (10:00)

無料 Free

無料 Free

説明 Introduction


With the aim of achieving multicultural conviviality in Japanese society, we will consider what initiatives are required to ensure that Japanese higher education supports the lifelong learning of foreign human resources and becomes an accessible and dependable destination for students with foreign roots, and in particular the role that higher education institutions should play. We will also examine the role that international education can play in helping students to connect and reconnect more smoothly with society after their studies.

10:00-10:15 主旨説明 Welcome Announcements

10:15-12:00 【第1部 海外事例研究(カナダとオーストラリア)】 Session 1: Overseas Case Studies (Canada and Australia)

カナダおよびオーストラリアでは、外国学修歴や職務能力などを評価するシステムと手法がすでに確立されています。第1部では両国において移民申請者、難民、留学生に対して学歴・資格を評価し、彼らのキャリア形成を支援していくプロセスを、両国の政府関係者から発表してもらいます。また、外国学歴資格認証の手法や 国家資格枠組み(NQF)の運用についても紹介していただきます。
Canada and Australia already have established systems and methods for evaluating foreign academic credentials and professional skills. In the first part of the seminar, government officials from both countries will present the process of assessing academic credentials of immigrant applicants, refugees, and international students in both countries and supporting their career development. The presentation will also introduce the methodology for the recognition of foreign educational qualifications and the operation of the National Qualifications Framework (NQF).

Joanna WILSON, Assistant Director, Qualifications Recognition Policy, International Partnerships Branch, Australian Government Department of Education
Nathanaël POLI, Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) at the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)

12:00-13:00 休憩 Break

13:00-15:00 【第2部 海外事例から日本は何を学ぶべきか】 Session 2: What Should Japan Learn from Overseas Cases?

In this session, we will hear from experts and practitioners about what Japan could learn from advanced FCE cases overseas and what issues should be prioritised for adoption.

生駒京子 Kyoco IKOMA (株式会社プロアシスト 代表取締役社長 Chief Executive Officer, Proassist, Ltd.) 
杉田 昌平 Shohei SUGITA (Attorney 弁護士, 弁護士法人Global HR Strategy)
柴崎 洋平 Yohei SHIBASAKI (フォースバレー・コンシェルジュ株式会社代表取締役 Founder and CEO of Fourth Valley Concierge Corporation)

発表者 Speakers


Assistant Director, Qualifications Recognition Policy, International Partnerships Branch, Australian Government Department of Education

Ms Joanna Wilson is an Assistant Director in the Qualifications Recognition Policy Section, International Partnerships Branch within the Australian Government Department of Education, Skills and Employment. This section serves as Australia’s National Information Centre under several UNESCO qualifications recognition conventions Australia is party to. Joanna plays a key role in driving the department’s engagement in qualifications recognition and qualifications frameworks through key multilateral fora including APEC, ASEAN, G20 and UNESCO. She also manages bilateral engagement with education partners in Southeast Asia and Latin America, and has an integral role in quality assuring the department’s suite of qualifications recognition policy products and services, which support a diverse range of stakeholders globally.
Joanna has a background in education, curriculum development, international education partnerships, and policy development and implementation. She has represented the Australian Government and an Australian state government internationally in a range of education events. Joanna holds tertiary and postgraduate qualifications in secondary school education, training and assessment, history, Spanish, and teaching English to speakers of other languages.

Nathanaël POLI

Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) at the Council of Ministers of Education, Canada (CMEC)

Nathanaël Poli has been with the Canadian information Centre for International Credentials (CICIC) since 2017. As CICIC's Digital Communications Officer, Nathanaël oversees the maintenance and content curation of CICIC’s information systems in order to ensure an efficient dissemination of information of general interest. He is also involved in various projects of the ENIC-NARIC Networks relating to student mobility, recognition of qualifications of refugees and digitization of student data. Nathanaël is the current Chair of the Working Party for Electronic Communications for Recognition, a working group overseen by the Council of Europe and operating within the scope of the ENIC-NARIC Networks’ mandate. In his capacity of communication officer, he conducted a series of virtual training modules to stimulate the online presence of the members of the ENIC-NARIC Networks and help them raise awareness on the importance of their work. Nathanaël is a digital marketing and communications expert, and holds a Bachelor’s degree from Université Toulouse Jean-Jaurès, France, with an academic background in audiovisual and television production. In 2019, Nathanaël became a student with the Faculty of Law of Université Paris Panthéon-Assas, France.

生駒京子 Kyoco IKOMA

株式会社プロアシスト 代表取締役社長
Chief Executive Officer, Proassist, Ltd.

1981年大阪電気通信大学工学部卒業。日本コンピュータサービスセンター株式会社に入社しエンジニアとしてパナソニック(当時 松下電工)、IBMに出向。1987年セコム情報システム株式会社(元コスモ80)に入社。1994年Proassist, Ltd を設立し、代表取締役社長に就任。2001年より現職。Proassist, Ltd に再編 代表取締役社長に就任。

Kyoco Ikoma is the Founder and CEO of Proassist, Ltd. She studied engineering at Osaka Electro-Communication University, graduating in 1981. Kyoco worked for Computer Service Center Co. Ltd. and Cosmo 80 Co.Ltd. before starting Proassist, Ltd. in 1994. She has been a director or member of many organisations, including the General Incorporated Association Production Technology Promotion Association, Friends of WHO JAPAN, Public Interest Incorporated Foundation Osaka Industry Bureau, Kansai Keizai Doyukai, The Osaka Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Osaka Research Institute of Industrial Science and Technology, West Nippon Expressway Company Limited's third party committee on personnel affairs, Osaka Foundation of International Exchange, Planning and Promotion Group, and the Japan Association for the 2025 World Exposition. Kyoco has also been a guest professor at the Center for Mathematical Modeling and Data Science at Osaka University. She has been awarded the Special Section Prize of the Women's Challenge Prize from the Cabinet Office of the Government of Japan, and the Bright Woman Award from the Kansai Association of Corporate Executives Kansai Economic and Management Summit.

杉田 昌平 Shohei SUGITA

弁護士, 弁護士法人Global HR Strategy
Attorney, Global HR Strategy LPC

Shohei Sugita is an Attorney at Law admitted in Japan. He has been a specially-appointed lecturer at Keio University Graduate School of Law, a specially-appointed lecturer at the Nagoya University Graduate School of Law’s Center for Education and Research Center for Japanese Law (Vietnam), a visiting scholar at Hanoi Law University, and has had experience at a law firm. He is currently a representative partner of Global HR Strategy, a senior advisor (foreign employment/labor-related laws and immigration-related laws) at the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA), and a visiting lecturer at Keio University Graduate School of Law.

弁護士(東京弁護士会)、入管取次弁護士、社会保険労務士。慶應義塾大学大学院法務研究科特任講師、名古屋大学大学院法学研究科日本法研究教育センター(ベトナム)特任講師、ハノイ法科大学客員研究員、法律事務所勤務等を経て、現在、弁護士法人Global HR Strategy代表社員、独立行政法人国際協力機構国際協力専門員(外国人雇用/労働関係法令及び出入国管理関係法令)、慶應義塾大学法務研究科訪問講師。

柴崎洋平 Yohei SHIBASAKI

フォースバレー・コンシェルジュ株式会社 代表取締役
Founder and CEO of Fourth Valley Concierge Corporation

1975年東京生まれ。1998年上智大学卒業後、ソニー株式会社に入社。2007年にソニー株式会社退社後、同年にフォースバレー・コンシェルジュ株式会社を設立。2013年にYoung Global Leaders 2013選出、同年より上智大学非常勤講師、2018年に世界経済フォーラム(ダボス会議)にてパネルディスカッション登壇、2013・2017・2019年に厚生労働省の外国人材雇用対策に関する研究会委員就任。2019年より一般社団法人外国人雇用協議会 理事を務める。

Yohei Shibasaki is the Founder and CEO of Fourth Valley Concierge Corporation. He was born in Tokyo and graduated from Sophia University in 1998. After working for Sony Corporation, he established Fourth Valley Concierge Corporation in 2007. Yohei was selected as one of the World Economic Forum’s Young Global Leaders in 2013 and joined a panel discussion at Davos in 2018. He has been a part-time professor at Sophia University since 2013, a member of the Japan Association of New Economy, a commissioner of the Foreign Workers’ Affairs Project with The Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare, and a director of the Japan Association for the Employment of Foreign Nationals.

司会 MC

小嶋 みどり Midori KOJIMA
東北大学 Tohoku University

ファシリテーター Facilitator 

渡部 カンコロンゴ 清花 Sayaka Kankolongo WATANABE
NPO法人WELgee 代表理事  Founder & CEO, NPO WELgee