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日本語研修

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We will help train your employees for global business.

For Foreign Employees

Manners & Cross-cultural training

It is a good idea to learn the customs of another country to prevent misunderstanding.

1

Greetings / Bowing

2

Giving and receiving business cards / Seating order

3

Steps followed at work
(receiving instructions, taking action, reporting back)

4

Japanese way of thinking

"I never thought he/she would think that way…"
"A Japanese would never do such a thing …"

Realizing why Japanese don’t do or say certain things that people from other countries do is the first step to understanding.

KGCC offers cross-cultural training for Japanese employees for better communication with foreign employees. We also offer Japanese manner training for foreign employees. We would very much like to help your staff have good communication and relationships.

Japanese as a Second Language
training

We meet the needs of the foreign staff who have been working for a company for various length of time.

1

Receiving telephone calls

2

Describing (new) products

3

Writing reports about business trips

4

Taking minutes

5

Reading and writing specification documents

The length of time working in Japan greatly affects the training needs of the employee. For example, staff who have been working in Japan for ten years require a different type (or level) of training from those who have been in Japan for only a few years. Differences in Japanese language proficiency make a difference in the type of training required.

"The employee seems to understand my instructions, but I'm not sure if the employee understand them completely."
"The employee takes the minutes of the meeting as I ask, but they are not what I expect."

KGCC offers various programs that meet the needs of your company.

For smoother communication

Have you ever had problems such as those below with your foreign staff?
"I wish the employee spoke Japanese as well as the Japanese employees."
"I understand what the employee means, but the way the employee said it is... well, too direct."
"What? Doesn't that mean the same?"
"The employee does not have problems in daily Japanese conversation, but the employee's business conversation leaves a lot to be desired."

With the problems above, Japanese staff could feel uneasy about working with foreign staff, and foreign staff could feel uneasy about working with Japanese staff.
We give the following practice for these problems-

When your staff has problems understanding you

Listening practice

When your staff has problems making himself/herself understood.

Speaking practice

When your staff's pronunciation is hard to understand.

Pronunciation practice

When your staff cannot read Japanese accurately enough.

Reading practice

When your staff has problems working with others in Japan.

Business manners

We give the most appropriate training for both your company and your foreign staff by listening carefully to you and your staff.

For New Hires

Japanese as a Second Language
training

Growing into “a member of the Japanese society” from “a student” through Japanese Language training for working people

1

Polite expressions

2

Business terms

3

The way Japanese co-workers think

It is quite common that foreign prospective employees and New Hires often speak Japanese like students. They are required to obtain the ability to speak politely using honorific expressions as a working person in the Japanese business society. They also need to understand business terms.

We would like to work together to find "what is required now" by asking those who are going to work or have just started working in Japan "what are you having trouble with?" We will give them the most appropriate training so that they can acquire a high-level of Japanese language proficiency for working in Japan.

For Overseas Students

Japanese as a Second Language
training

We offer the program for overseas students to learn about “today's Japan”

1

Fieldtrips

2

Experience of Japanese culture

3

Communicate with Japanese students

4

Communicate with Japanese people

There are many students who major in Japanese language and culture in other countries, but only a small number have the opportunity to come to Japan and experience Japanese culture.

Those overseas students wish to learn the language in Japan, experience Japanese culture and communicate with Japanese people.

We offer training and activities for overseas students to learn about "today's Japan".



For training programs at your office, please see below.

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