Last burst! Not too late to start
Let us start as soon as possible to prepare for the January exam.
Learners can learn from the video lessons at home on a computer, tablet or smartphone. If you do not understand a particular section, you can learn by watching the videos any number of times.
1. Coordination of specialized nursing care trainers and Japanese language teachers.
This course is designed in collaboration with specialized nursing care trainers highly experienced in teaching foreigners and Japanese language teachers.
2. Explanation in easy Japanese language with Furigana.
Even the technical contents are explained in simple Japanese so that the learners can understand easily. Since Furigana is used, learners can search for any new words that they come across.
3. Questions that are likely to appear in the national exam are presented
We referred to previous question papers and compiled a set of questions likely to appear in the exam.
4. Final check! Mock questions are included
Mock questions are also included for a final review after learners finish watching all the videos.
5. Issuance of Administrator Account *Service for training personnel
We can issue an administrator account to personnel of your facility who are in charge of learning. The account is useful to track the progress of independent learning and understand weaknesses, etc., of employees.
Easy Japanese Supervisor: Instructor Shima Matsui
Japanese Language Instructor, Human Academy - Japanese Language School. Instructor Shima Matsui has training experience and instructor Nakamura in Japanese language training for EPA caregiver candidates and teaching the Japanese language to caregivers.
Contact persons: Tanaka/Tamura, Public Relations Department, Human Academy - Japanese Language School
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About the instructor
Human Academy conducts Japanese Language Education for foreign students.
Our idea of internationalization is not just that Japanese people study foreign languages, or go overseas or know a different culture. As a school authorized by the Association for the Promotion of Japanese Language Education, we are committed to Japanese language education for foreign students at our campuses in Tokyo, Osaka and Saga. Our goal is to increase international understanding and use of the Japanese language. As the range of international exchange increases, we believe that through this kind of education we have an important role to play.