Japan Job Preparation Training (JJPT)
AKAL’s Japan Job Preparation Training is focussed to prepare candidates to work in Japan. The training includes:
- Fundamental Japanese Language Training to the level of JLPT N5 & N4
- Daily Conversation
- Lessons of Lifestyle
- Life Manners
- Business Manners
- Knowledge & Cautions of Japanese worksite and Orientations
- Video Profiling
- Interview Preparation.
The fundamental Japanese language training details are as under:
The Japanese Language program at AKAL focuses not only on Japanese language but also on culture, behaviour, mannerism of Japanese society, from the aspect of working in Japan under TITP program. The focus is not only on education but also on conversational skills required for surviving in Japan.
Studying Japanese language becomes fun when it is accompanied by activities done by both Indian and native Japanese teachers like calligraphy, origami, chopsticks activities, role plays, movies etc.
This program also prepares our students for Japanese language proficiency test (JLPT) conducted by Japanese government all over the world on every first Sunday of July and December every year.
Learning Japanese language can open doors for both blue collar and white collar jobs in India as well as in Japan.
Overview of the Japanese Language Program
Japanese language uses two scripts- Hiragana and Katakana. The word hiragana means "ordinary" or "simple" kana. Hiragana and katakana are both kana systems. The word katakana means "fragmentary kana".The katakana syllabary usage is quite similar to italics in English; specifically, it is used for transcription of foreign language words into Japanese.
Japanese language also uses Kanjis. Kanji are the adopted logographic Chinese characters that are used in the Japanese writing system. They are used alongside the Japanese syllabic scripts hiragana and katakana. The Japanese term kanji for the Chinese characters literally means "Han characters"
Levels of Japanese Language
AKAL Japanese Academy follows the levels ranging from N5 for beginner to N2 at the highest.
|JLPT||Kanji||Vocabulary||Hours of Study|
|N5||~125 kanjis||~800 words||~300 hours|
|N4||~350 Kanjis||~1500 words||~300 hours|