Application Due Date: NOVEMBER 8, 2019
The Japan Exchange and Mentor Program looks for to boost internationalisation in Japan by promoting good understanding in between individuals of Japan and those of other countries. The Program intends to boost foreign language education and promote worldwide exchange at the regional level through the cultivating of ties in between Japanese youth and foreign youth alike.
The goals of the Program are.
being accomplished by using JET Program individuals (hereinafter,.
individuals) the chance to serve in regional authorities along with.
public and personal primary, junior high and secondary schools in.
The Program is carried out by regional authorities and.
other organisations (hereinafter, contracting organisations) of Japan in.
cooperation with the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications,.
the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the Ministry of Education, Culture,.
Sports, Science and Innovation, and the Council of Resident Authorities for.
International Relations (hereinafter, CLAIR).
The JET Program.
begun in 1987 with cooperation from federal governments of taking part.
nations. In 2019, there were 5,761 individuals on the Program from.
As the Program has actually accomplished an outstanding.
track record over the last 33 years, it is of terrific significance that this.
track record be kept. Individuals are welcomed to Japan as.
agents of their nations. As such, they are anticipated to be.
accountable in all their activities, particularly those worrying the.
promo of good understanding in between countries. It is for that reason.
preferable that individuals be versatile, psychologically and physically.
efficient in carrying out the task tasks and have a deep interest in Japan.
Typically, individuals are designated by a contracting organisation for a 1 year duration. The expense of transport from the individual’s origin to Japan, along with reimbursement, will be moneyed by the tax payers of Japan by means of the contracting organisation where the individual is designated. Due to the fact that individuals act as civil servants of their contracting organisations, they are needed to support behaviour befitting civil servants.
1) As part of the basic requirements, candidates need to:
( 1) Have an interest in Japan and want to deepen their understanding and gratitude of Japan after their arrival; be inspired to take part in and start worldwide exchange activities in the regional neighborhood; make effort to study or continue studying the Japanese language prior to and after getting here in Japan.
( 2) Be both psychologically and physically healthy.
Position and tasks
Individuals participated in language guideline. ALTs are put primarily in regional boards of education or openly run primary, junior high and secondary schools.
Individuals who are primarily appointed to regional boards of education or primary, junior high or secondary schools are to perform their tasks as ALTs under the assistance of language instructors’ specialists or Japanese instructors of the foreign language as defined by the manager and/or principal of the board of education and/or school. The following is a basic overview of tasks, though they might differ from one contracting organisation to another.
1) Support in foreign language classes, and so on taught in junior and secondary schools.
2) Support in foreign language activities, and so on in grade schools.
3) Support in preparation of products for teaching a foreign language.
4) Support in language training of instructors of a foreign language, and so on
5) Support in after-school activities and club activities.
6) Arrangement of info on language and other associated topics for individuals such as instructors’ specialists and foreign language instructors (e.g. word use, pronunciation, and so on).
7) Support in foreign language speech contests.
8) Engagement in regional worldwide exchange activities.
9) Other tasks as defined by the contracting organisation.
The Federal Government of Japan is requiring applications from young.
South Africans who wish to invest a minimum of one year in Japan as.
Assistant Language Instructors (ALTs) under an extremely effective.
worldwide exchange program for university graduates.
PLEASE CARRIER (WITH A TRACKING NUMBER) OR HAND PROVIDE YOUR TOTAL APPLICATION PLAN TO:
EMBASSY OF JAPAN
259 BAINES STREET
DUE DATE: NOVEMBER 8, 2019 (APPLICATIONS MUST REACH THE EMBASSY OF JAPAN BY THIS DATE)
OUTCOMES: Effective and Not successful Candidates will be gotten in touch with by email– Please DO NOT get in touch with the Embassy of Japan to check the result of your application.
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