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The one-day certificate courses in teaching Japanese students start in Osaka this Sunday. The other courses are in Tokyo on Sunday June 14th and in Nagoya on Sunday June 28th. The certificates are issued by Oxford University Press and David English House and the courses are run on behalf of ETJ (English Teachers in Japan)

These courses have gained a tremendous reputation over the years and are highly recommended both for experienced and inexperienced teachers. Please note that the courses are on teaching Japanese teenagers and adults. There is a separate one-day course on teaching children.

Teachers who would like to get a certificate need to write a report after the course. Those who do not want a certificate can just attend and enjoy the sessions. For full information on what is covered in this year's courses and on how to register, please click here.

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