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Education and Career Programs in Japan

This program was created for Indonesian graduates who will continue their education level and have job placement opportunities in several Japanese companies as skilled and professional manpower. 

COMPREHENSIVE ECP PROGRAM AT JANUSA QUALITY CENTER

Janusa Quality Center has developed ECP a vocational training program aimed at facilitating and preparing Indonesian graduates, particularly from West Java Province, to meet the demand for skilled human resources in Japanese industries. This initiative stems from a collaboration between Janusa Quality Center and Janusa E-Cooperative, featuring a student savings scheme designed to provide financial benefits after their employment period in Japan.

This training program focuses specifically on developing proficient Japanese language skills, offering a comprehensive curriculum from beginner to advanced levels. It covers speaking, listening, reading, and writing Japanese accurately, guided by experienced instructors who employ innovative and effective teaching methods.

Furthermore, we offer specialized courses tailored to specific objectives such as JLPT exam preparation and Business Japanese. With a strong emphasis on practical communication skills, cultural understanding, and vocational field foundations, Janusa Quality Center provides a dynamic learning environment where students can successfully achieve their language proficiency goals.
 

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WHAT WE TEACH AT JANUSA QUALITY CENTER

Janusa Quality Center offers a comprehensive curriculum suitable for students of all levels, ranging from beginners to advanced learners. The curriculum is dedicated to enhancing practical communication skills in Japanese, encompassing speaking, listening, reading, and writing. Our lessons incorporate interactive activities to enrich learning experiences, striking a balance between language proficiency and cultural insight, and utilizing multimedia resources for role-playing exercises. Additionally, we provide specialized courses tailored to specific objectives, including preparation for the JLPT exam and Japanese business manners. With experienced instructors and modern teaching methodologies, Janusa Quality Center ensures students receive a well-rounded education, empowering them to develop practical Japanese skills confidently.

JLPT PREPARATION COURSES AT JANUSA QUALITY CENTER

Janusa Quality Center offers specialized courses designed to prepare students for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT). These courses are meticulously crafted to equip students with the necessary language skills and knowledge required to excel in the JLPT exam. The curriculum focuses on all test components, including grammar, reading comprehension, and listening comprehension. Students receive targeted instruction and ample practice to enhance their performance on the exam. Our experienced instructors guide students through comprehensive study materials and provide valuable insights and strategies for success. With thorough preparation and personalized support, students at Janusa Quality Center are prepared to confidently face the JLPT exam and achieve their Japanese language goals.

CAREER PREPARATION AND PROFESSIONAL ETIQUETTE TRAINING AT JANUSA QUALITY CENTER

Janusa Quality Center not only offers training in professional interview etiquette for Japanese companies and organizations but also prepares students for their careers. Students gain an understanding of business culture, essential skills such as appropriate dress and interview etiquette, and resume writing. Additionally, we provide career preparation programs aimed at enhancing success in the Japanese business environment, including interview skills and communication improvement.

OUR TEACHING METHOD

Our curriculum is carefully developed in strict accordance with the standardized guidelines established by the Japanese government. These comprehensive guidelines form the basis of our education goals by following these regulations, we maintain our commitment to excellence and consistency in the provision of education, and meet the strict expectations set by government authorities for students. We provide a responsive, structured, high-quality learning experience.

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HOW TO PREPARE FOR A JOB INTERVIEW IN JAPAN?

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A job interview conducted in Japanese for a foreigner serves not only as a language proficiency assessment but also as a gauge of their ability to adapt to a Japanese company's environment.

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Proper attire is essential.

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If the interview is conducted in English, adapt to the interviewer's English proficiency level, especially if they are not fluent.

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If you are among them, make sure to arrive at least 5 minutes early.

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During the interview, avoid interrupting your interviewer(s), refrain from excessive talking, keep your answers concise and to the point, and maintain a humble demeanour.

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If the interview is in Japanese, polish your self-introduction (jikoshoukai) and prepare yourself to answer commonly asked questions.

USEFUL DETAILS TO KNOW BEFORE TAKING A JOB INTERVIEW IN JAPAN

How should one prepare for it and what can be expected during the process? Success in a Japanese job interview depends greatly on a candidate's language proficiency and understanding of cultural norms. Details such as punctuality and attire can be decisive, particularly when choosing between equally qualified candidates. Interviewers meticulously scrutinize every aspect of the interview process.

The candidate must be at least 5 minutes early for an interview. Being late is considered rude and may impact your chances of getting the job. To avoid being late, check your travel time ahead: on the internet, or try to go to the place of the interview before the interview date. Leave early and expect some possible transportation delays. If you are going to be late, tell your interviewer as soon as possible.

PUNCTUALITY: IN JAPAN, EARLY IS ON TIME AND ON TIME IS LATE

WHAT TO WEAR FOR AN INTERVIEW IN JAPAN?

The candidate only has one chance to make a first impression, and this holds particularly true in Japan. Therefore, it is crucial to take this matter very seriously, as a single mistake could potentially cost you the job opportunity. In a job interview in Japan, your attire must be impeccable. Interviewers place significant importance on it and form their initial impressions of you based on it.

BENEFIT

Education:

Students will have Japanese Language lessons with JLPT standardization before continuing at an academic level.

Cultural Immersion:

To obtain cultural exchange activities to deepen understanding of Japanese society and business networking. 

Job Placement Opportunities:

Providing part-time jobs during study in Japan and having job placement opportunities at several Japanese companies after graduation.

Job Interesting in Japan

Professional Care-worker

A professional care-worker will provide psychological and emotional support to vulnerable people, helping them manage their daily activities and live independently. Students must have valuable skills of Japanese Language ability at the N3 (JLPT) level.

Food and Beverage

Employers for the food service category mostly would be in restaurants, cafes, fast-food chains, bakeries, and other shops that serve food – including lunch boxes (bento) and take-out shops. Students have to learn a wide range of skills based on the basic operations of a restaurant and must have valuable skills of Japanese Language ability at N3 (JLPT) level.

Hotel Management

Employees in Hotel Management need diverse skills covering tasks like preparation, cleanliness, and customer service. This offers a chance to try various roles, like clean-up, housekeeping, front desk, or customer service. Students must have valuable skills of Japanese Language ability at N3 (JLPT) level.

Autocad/Graphic Design/Art

AutoCAD is a computer-aided design (CAD) software developed by Autodesk that is used for creating 2D and 3D designs, drafting, modeling, and more. It is widely used in the architecture, engineering, and construction industries, as well as in manufacturing, product design, etc., and must have valuable skills of Japanese Language ability at N3 (JLPT) level.

Computer and IT Technology

Is a professional who is responsible for installing, maintaining, and repairing hardware & and software components of the organization’s computers. They also support these systems through remote access or site visits as needed by management teams within their company. Students must have valuable skills of Japanese Language ability at N3 (JLPT) level.

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