Japanese language school opens limited slots for 6-month training
Here's good news for young Negrenses!
The Genki Negros, Inc. is opening 32 slots for its Japanese language classes starting in January 2018, Yoji Watanabe, of GNI, said.
Japanese language students at Genki Negros, Inc., located at the Salvacion Center, 27th-Lacson Streets fronting the Rolling Hills Memorial Chapels.
The Japanese language course that will run for six months is open to male and female candidates, aged between 20-25, who wish to work as caregivers in Japan, Watanabe said.
Applicants interested to attend the language classes will be interviewed during the pre-screening, he added.
Their deployment to Japan as caregivers will be assured once they passed the standard Japanese Language Proficiency Test (JLPT) to be conducted after the six-month course.
The 32 successful applicants will be divided into two classes, each made up of 16 students. Filipino caregivers in Japan are expected to receive a minimum of P70,000 monthly salary.
Those interested may contact Carolyne Grace Silva through mobile numbers 0942 936 1987 and 0927 142 2182 or, they may visit the Genki Negros, Inc. located at the Salvacion Center along 27th-Lacson Streets in Mandalagan.*