|Working Holiday Course|
These are courses for people staying in Japan with proper working holiday visa.
We offer work related information, Japanese lessons, basic business manner and resume writing lessons and help for job searching to people who would like to work part/full time in Japan.
Level Requirement: beginner to advanced
Starting date: every Monday
1. 4 weeks, 8 weeks, 12 weeks of intensive Japanese language lessons (3 hours per day; extended lessons are possible with extra fees)
2. Basic business manner lessons
3. Resume writing lessons
4. Interview preparation lessons
※ For the intensive Japanese language lessons stated in 1, you will be learning together with students from standard courses whereas 2~4 will be offered only to working holiday course students.
Job searching process
1. Japanese lessons (4 weeks and more)
3 hours of intensive language lessons per day to improve your practical Japanese.
2. Simple explanation about Japanese workplace culture
Explanation of what you might encounter when actually working in a Japanese workplace.
3. Offering work search information
We will teach you efficient methods and know-how needed to search for jobs in Japan.
4. Writing a resume
We will teach you how to write a proper Japanese resume base on advice from a senior teacher who has conducted many career seminars.
5. Basic business manner/interview preparation lessons
We offer trainings for taking interviews and teach basic business manner necessary for working in a Japanese workplace.
6. Starting your job search
We will help you edit your resume according to the company you apply to and practice for interviews. You can consult with the teacher in charge and he/she will help you look for a job.
※Depend on the job you apply to, a shokumu-rirekisho (job history statement) might be required by companies. A separate fee will be charged for those other than a regular resume.
If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact us.
About how to get the Working Holiday visa and other information, please check the website of your country's Embassy or Consulate-General of Japan.