Midori Kensetu’s strengths in the Japanese and Korean markets

Assigning a Japanese and a Korean to be in charge of each department.

In our company, Japanese and Korean are the mainstay of our professional staff and are in charge of managing each department, including external affairs, training, documentation, and document management so that we can guide and respond to customers with Japanese and Korean quality and management systems. At the same time, they ensure that there are no errors due to language barriers when responding to requests from Korean and Japanese customers. The Japanese and Korean staff in charge of the external department, who act as a bridge to customers, are in charge of handling student admissions and answering other questions. When customers come to visit, they are welcomed and entertained from the time they are picked up at the airport until they are dropped off at the airport. In the education department, the Japanese and Korean directors in charge of education regularly and thoroughly manage and report on education and training in Japanese and Korean perspective. Particularly, for students who are selected to work in Japan and Korea, we regularly check on the students’ study situation (whether they are behind schedule, etc.), friendships at the language center, and family conditions, and try to solve problems that arise in the early stages. In addition, the document management and editing department receives applications for status of residence and other documents and submits them to agencies and immigration bureaus, so the Korean and Japanese managers, who are ultimately responsible, review them in detail, correct typographical errors and inconsistencies, and strive to provide clients with easy-to-read and consistent documents.

Improve efficiency through teamwork

In our company, Japanese, Korean, and Vietnamese work as a team in every department. As a result we have a team that understands the three languages, which allows us to address our customers’ needs and problems more accurately.

Labor dispatching agencies have their own Japanese and Korean language schools.

In addition to the professional activities of the staffing agency, we also operate the Midori Kensetu Manpower Export-Oriented Training and Education Center. This is our company’s language school, which operates according to a consistent training policy within the company. Thanks to this facility, we can convey the training that satisfies needs of our clients directly and unmistakably.

MIDORI Group Ltd. and Midori Kensetu Manpower Export-Oriented Training and Education Center are working together to achieve one goal: to create a close connection between students and companies. For more information on Midori Kensetu Manpower Export-Oriented Training and Education Center, click here

Flexibility available exclusively in Japanese and Korean language schools

Since our Japanese and Korean language schools are self-owned, we are able to flexibly respond to customer needs as well as curriculum content. For example, you can provide us with a list of technical terms and we can incorporate learning those technical terms into the training program. Or, if they request basic skills training, we can have them practice those skills until they arrive in Korea or Japan. There are many training courses on the use of various industrial equipment belonging to weaving, welding, turning, milling, etc. that can be conducted outside of the language school facility. Contact us for more details!

Recruitment is nationwide

There is a series of recruitment offices (Northern, Central, Southern) throughout Vietnam for student recruitment and laborer recruitment.

Careful initial assessment

At the time of admission, an experienced director will examine students (or applicants) thoroughly before the interview. The director will check their overal health, educational background, family composition, financial situation, family health status, high school grades, homeroom teacher’s evaluation, drinking and smoking status, hobbies and thoughts, etc. These aspects will be considered comprehensively, and if the student is judged to be unsuitable from a Korean/Japanese perspective to study and live at the Center or to work and live in Korea/Japan, he/she will not be allowed to enroll or participate in the interview.

Focus on Japanese and Korean education.

Currently, there are various Japanese and Korean training needs such as technical interns, international students, E7 visa workers, and technicians. At Midori Kensetu Manpower Export Oriented Training and Education Center, students, international students, E7 visa workers, technicians, and others study under the same roof. Obviously, depending on the purpose of going to Japan or Korea (internship, study abroad, E7 visa worker, technician), the curriculum will be adjusted and students will be assigned to different classes. However, we make sure that all students are trained under the same direction and educational policy so that there are no differences in learning motivation between each class.

Conduct regular training for teachers and staff

To unify and improve the content and teaching methods of Japanese and Korean education, as well as improving the Japanese and Korean language skills of Vietnamese teachers and administrative staff, we conduct trainings for for them on a regular basis. Teachers are encouraged to conduct mock tests, encouraging students’ strength and comment constructively on their drawbacks, and giving advice, thereby reducing the gap in the quality of education among teachers and improving the overall educational level.

Focus on sanitation.

Based on the spirit of “5S”, cleaning in the school is also our hallmark, and in parallel with the professional practice of cleaning the building, students are required to strictly carry out 2-3 times a day to ensure that cleaning is well managed as a basic part of their work. Students will take the responsibility for cleaning the entire school, including classrooms, offices, corridors, restrooms, and entrances. After cleaning, the staff in charge checks the cleanliness to ensure that the school is kept sanitary every day.

Focus on the student’s life and learning environment.

At the Midori Kensetu Manpower Export Oriented Training and Education Center, students are basically allowed to return home only once a month. They attend classes from Monday to Friday, with no classes on Saturday (self-study day). In order to receive Japanese and Korean education in such a rigorous environment for a long time, Midori Kensetu Manpower Export Oriented Training and Education Center has introduced many innovations to the living and learning environment in the hope of relieving stress without reducing students’ motivation. That we enrich campus facilities and organize events for students can be considered as a typical example. Our educational motto is not to force students to study and live strictly, but to combine entertainment and create one of a kind.

Our goal is to encourage as many students as possible to pursue their own dreams, regardless of whether they can go to Japan or Korea. We believe it is our mission to create students full of hope for the future, which will be the very beginning of a successful future for our students. Visit us to see more!

▲During Chuseok, we organized a singing contest and skill competition for students.