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New Japanese Company OJT (On the Job Training) from November Announce

Posted By: Ken_Alexsolutions

Date: Wed, 11 Nov 2015

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Announces
All Trainings are changed to 2 hours per weekday ( 6pm-8pm )
Basic Japanese Course has been changed
Our all trainings are always free


We Alexsolutions Inc. started this OJT from September,
and now we have 10 trainees Smile


1. Japanese OJT to work for Japanese companies & Startups
For people who want to use Japanese in Business situation or
work for Japanese companies & Startups.


Day : Every single weekday
Time : 6pm - 8pm
Period : 3 months to complete
Currently 2 people are taking this course.
Requirements : Understanding basic Japanese conversation (Maybe around JLPT N5)


After the completion of this OJT, we will provide you opportunities to work for Japanese companies & Startups in Singapore
which expanding their business in Singapore and ASEAN countries, so that you can pursue your career and extend your Japanese!!!



2. Basic Japanese Course
For people who willing to learn Japanese.
You will be able to speak basic Japanese conversation at end of the course.


( If you do not have any idea what Hiragana, Katakana … you should check the URL below prior to joining our course.
http://fullstackengineer.asia/?p=144
)


Day : Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday
Time : 6pm - 8pm
Period : a month
Currently 8 people are taking this course.
( we might close this registration in case of exceeding the capacity)


Address : 75 High Street Singapore, 179435
Access : City Hall MRT or Clack Quay MRT (5 mins by walk)


For more details, please send me an email at
[email protected]


Now submit this form to book your seat!!!
https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1yXGcoijRCC4qEkeKcVrR_3i7uqeF5doYT4irQ7eJLx0/viewform?usp=send_form



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