Japanese Training Courses and Workshops

Schools providing training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Japanese Language




Total 277 training courses and degree programs available around the world.

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Japanese
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Elementary Japanese
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Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: International House Vancouver
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Vancouver, Canada
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As a well known Japanese school in Vancouver, the International House Vancouver Department of Modern Languages offers private and small group Japanese classes in Vancouver, to both adults and children. IHV&,#146,s Japanese lessons aim to deliver practical knowledge and Japanese speaking skills. Our Japanese courses in Vancouver are taught with a communicative approach and offer unmatched learning and knowledge. IH&,#146,s Japanese classes in Vancouver and other modern languages programs are of the highest quality that focus on all the primary language skills. Learn Japanese in Vancouver at International House Vancouver.

General Course

Topics are based on everyday and practical situations. You learn through interactive exercises and engaging discussions to help build a strong foundation. Approximately 60% �70% is devoted to productive conversation skills and 30% �40% on written skills. Classes include pronunciation rules and drills, vocabulary, verbs, useful phrases, sentence patterns, and grammar. Low cost course materials are purchased separately.



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Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Faculty of Extension, University of Alberta
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Edmonton, Canada
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The objective of Japanese I is to provide a solid foundation in the knowledge and skill required to speak functional Japanese. After completing this course you will be able to survive day-to-day situations in Japan such as greetings, introductions, counting, asking and giving simple information, shopping, and so on.

Conversational Japanese

Course Format: On-site
School/Trainer: Oxford Institute
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Singapore, Singapore
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The Conversational JAPANESE Course offers lessons specially designed for beginners and for those who intend to brush up their language skills. The course covers simple dialogue (with the aid of English translation), basic grammar, vocabulary and expressions, and formal
introductions including how to addressing people. This course does not cover reading or writing of the Japanese characters.

In each lesson, illustrations of the JAPANESE culture and customs will be presented, offering you a glimpse of their distinct lifestyle and diverse experiences. This will allow you to have a better “feel�of the language as it is used in its native context. The class is held in an interactive manner, enabling students to interact with each other and the native instructor.

Our aim is to develop students conversational skills such as delivering simple sentences with a vocabulary of at least 400 words. With the use of Phonetic Exercises, students will learn the proper pronunciation of Japanese, as well as, speaking in the correct Japanese accent. Additionally, through dialogue sessions, students will also:
-Acquire basic comprehension skills: listening and... [Read More]

Japanese language, korean language Workshop (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Liverpool lingua
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Lahore, Pakistan

Learn grammar, syntax, phonemes, semantics etc.

Japanese Ikebana Arrangement (Certificate)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: California Flower Art Academy
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): San Francisco, San Jose, United States
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If you are interested in learning Japanese traditional cultures, we recommend you to learn Ikebana Arrangement which requires not only skills and techniques for arranging flowers but also needs a good manner and traditional spirit of Japanese cultures. We have courses from Beginner to Instructor level. Since Ikebana uses what is called &,quot,Kenzan&,quot, (Needlepoint Holder) made of steel for holding flowers and stems of flower materials, it required lots of experiences until a student has completely mastered the floral arrangements. When it comes to decorating flowers for business purpose at hotels, events or weddings whatsoever, IKEBANA is not very practical. Ikebana is highly recommended for people who purely wish to learn Japanese traditional cultures with profound beauties. If you are looking for opportunities of doing business by making the best use of your skills and techniques in flower arrangements, we recommend you to learn European &, American style of flower arrangement which does not use &,quot,Kenzan&,quot,. Instead we use &,quot,oasis&,quot, made of chemical foam which looks like sponge and it is much more easier even for beginners t... [Read More]

Japanese Cuisine

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: International Culinary Center
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States
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Geared toward those with a passion for Japanese food and culture, this course instills a newfound appreciation for Japanese cuisine among kitchen beginners and experienced cooks alike.

Japanese dishes may look simple, but the cuisine is known for its precision in preparation and presentation, and many dishes require a deft hand to do well. Expert instructor Hiroko Shimbo—along with a few special guests—will make this technique-driven cuisine approachable and fun for anyone.

Come learn the kitchen skills and the philosophy behind Japanese cooking in this 25-hour intensive course that serves up the know-how to make an array of delicious, seasonally driven dishes. Get acquainted with Japanese ingredients and flavors and discover how to use traditional water and fire cooking techniques (blanching, steaming, braising) to prepare tasty and extremely healthy meals.

You will leave knowing your kombu dashi from your kaeshi, how to cook with seaweeds and rice, how to prepare your own sushi, sashimi, tempura, udon and more.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Hunter College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States

Introduction to reading and writing modern Japanese and fundamental grammar.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Columbia College Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Course for beginners introduces basic grammar and vocabulary to develop proficiency in understanding, reading, speaking, and writing Japanese. Cultural appreciation is enriched through Chicago-area resources.

Japanese (Master Degree)

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: DePaul University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States
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The curriculum of the M.A. in Japanese will consist of twelve courses (48 quarter credit hours), divided into two parts:

1.A core curriculum of four courses (16 quarter credit hours) required of all students, and
2.Eight courses (32 quarter credit hours) in the language area, which must include an approved “cluster�of at least four courses (16 quarter credit hours) focused on a particular professional application or disciplinary interest.
Students must select these course clusters in consultation with an advisor. All courses in the language area must be courses taught in the target language of the student’s program (i.e. courses with prefixes JPN). In exceptional cases, with the approval of the student’s advisor and the director of the graduate program, a student may count one or two courses taught in English from allied fields (such as art history, economics, education, geography, health sciences, management, philosophy, political science, religion, sociology, etc.) among the eight “language area�courses in the student’s program.

Conversational Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Illinois at Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Emphasis on advanced oral and aural proficiency. Expression of cultural and personal topics using formal and informal language.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: University of Illinois at Chicago
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Chicago, United States

Basic grammar. Conversation. Reading and writing in the two Japanese syllabaries. Introduction to selected Chinese characters.

Conversational Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Houston Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Houston, United States
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An introductory Japanese course that emphasizes listening comprehension and speaking skills. Reading and writing may be done as reinforcement to oral communication skills. The course is slower-paced and less comprehensive than Japanese 1411. It is highly recommended for students without previous experience in the Japanese language. This course is not open to students whose first language is Japanese.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Community College of Philadelphia
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States
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This course introduces basic modern spoken and written Japanese to students who have had little or no previous knowledge of the language. The course will focus on developing students&,#146, communication skills in Japanese, including writing, reading, listening and speaking in order for students to function using Japanese in a Japanese social environment. Students will also learn aspects of Japanese culture associated with the use of the language.

Conversational Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Temple University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Philadelphia, United States
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Become immersed in the culture of Japan. Receive a useful primer for understanding both the language and traditions. Learn the writing system, hiragana. We will cover phonetics, vocabulary, greetings and forming basic sentences. We will practice basic conversations on Japanese movies, food, travel and business. Class examples will relate to contemporary Japanese culture and customers.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: South Mountain Community College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Phoenix, United States

Learn to speak Japanese at South Mountain Community College now. Courses focus on vocabulary, grammar, and conversational skills, and also allow a glimpse into the complex heritage and customs of Japanese culture.

Elementary Japanese

Course Format: Online
School/Trainer: Rio Salado College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Tempe, United States

Basic grammar, pronunciation, and vocabulary of Japanese. Study of Japanese culture. Development of speaking, listening, reading and writing skills. Prerequisites: None.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: UTA - Division for Enterprise Development
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Austin, Arlington, Houston, United States
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This course is designed for those who want to learn how to communicate using the Japanese language in basic everyday situations. If you are planning a visit to Japan or if you wish to learn Japanese for business purposes or if you just want to know basic Japanese, this course is perfect for you. Cultural information and business protocol is included. Textbook required.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: SMU Dedman College of Humanities and Sciences
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States

The Japanese program offers students the opportunity to explore the language and culture of Japan, a society of fascinating tradition and one of the most vital economic powers in the contemporary world.

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: Richland College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): Dallas, United States
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Beginning Japanese

1st Semester (JAPN 1411) - Fall semester
�Study of Katakana and Hiragana (2 syllabaries for the written language) as well as 50 Chinese characters.

2nd Semester (JAPN 1412) - Spring semester
�Review of the first semester materials
�Reading and writing Japanese texts, based on dialogs in Lesson 1 to 8. Additional 100 Chinese characters.

Intermediate Japanese

3rd Semester (JAPN 2311) - Fall semester
�Review of the first year material (oral and written)
�Reading and writing Japanese texts based on dialogs in lessons 1 to 10. Approximately 180 Chinese characters.

4th Semester (JAPN 2312) - Spring semester
�Reading and writing Japanese texts based on dialogs in lesson 11-13. Additional 50 Chinese characters.
�Translation of small texts using the Japanese - English character dictionary (Nelson).

Japanese

Course Format: Classroom
School/Trainer: St. Marys University
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): San Antonio, United States
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The first advantage of learning Japanese is, of course, that through it you will be able to enter a gateway to all Asia. Even though many other languages are spoken in Asia, due to the strength of Japanese economy and cultural exports, if you speak some Japanese, you can move well in all Asian countries. The second is that you would be able to read and understand one of the most celebrated literatures of the world, in the original. If your thing is more manga, or karate, or Japanese films, you will be able to appreciate every nuance when you know the language. Third, when you study Japanese you step away from your native English and become able to understand how a culture can express politeness in so many different ways, how the adjective can have a past tense. This stepping out of English will enable you to understand your language much better, as well as to appreciate the immense diversity of our common human experience, even with a culture whose writing does not resemble ours in any way.

Of course, there are many other reasons, and one of them is that Japan is currently the second economy in the world. Being able to participate in this economy, either here i... [Read More]

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