SHiN Japanese Language School and Training Center is a facility located in Marikina City, Metro Manila, Philippines. It offers lessons catering to Filipinos interested to learn the Japanese language because of their personal interest, career, hobby, or future employment opportunities in Japan.
SHiN is a partner of Philippines Manpower Agencies and Japanese Manpower Corporations dealing with recruitment and deployment of Filipinos in Japan. SHiN provides holistic trainings that aims to make soon-to-be OFWs be ready physically, aware culturally, equipped mentally, and inspired spiritually prior to starting their job in Japan. This will help them be confident in facing the challenges they will encounter excel on their tasks, and focus on their set goals.
We aspire to be the bridge between the Philippines and Japan who will continously strive to contribute to create a better society by strengthening relationships among people and nations.
To empower people and impact lives who will also impact other lives through the education of Japanese language and culture.
SHiN aims to provide impact on how Filipinos perceive learning Japanese language by staying true to the 4 SHiN kanji characters.
The team is composed of Filipinos who are previous Japanese Government Scholars that were given an opportunity to study the Japanese language in Japan.
After the scholarship opportunity, the founders of SHiN pursued different paths in their career while still passionate about sharing their knowledge in the language and culture of Japan to other Filipinos in different parts of the world.
We are in partnership with EDI, a highly ethical, Presidential-awardee manpower agency in the Philippines. We also have an alliance with a manpower cooperation or “kumi-ai” in Japan who takes care of recruitment, deployment and other necessary support necessary in Japan.
I want to work in Japan, can I enroll in SHiN to secure an employment for Japan?
After successful selection, the trainees will undergo 2-month intensive holistic Japanese language training.
If you are interested to work in Japan under through this program, we can refer you or provide information for your application.
How much would be the total cost of the intensive Japanese language course (350 hour Japanese course for trainees)?
Japanese language fees are essentially paid by Japan employers. Trainees will only have to pay for their accommodation, weekday meals, uniforms and basic Japanese language study materials. For the actual fees, please contact us directly.
I am also soon to be an OFW in Japan. Can I join the Intensive Holistic Training Program even if I am not part of the partner recruitment agency?
Yes. You may also enroll in the Intensive Holistic Training. You will be joining other trainees in the program.
Does SHiN have TESDA accreditation?
We are currently working on our TESDA accreditation.