MONTLY NEWS
January of 2010
“Organizing the National Business Consultant training course”

        From January of 2009, Mongolia-Japan Center has teamed up with National University of Mongolia, legislative office of Small Production Businesses and representative office of European Bank for Reconstruction and Development at Mongolia to provide the National consultant training course.
        In order to facilitate in the development of Small Businesses, Mongolia-Japan Center offers various business courses and seminars regularly. However, the national consultant training course is very special in the sense that it prepares highly qualified consultants to provide service toward Small Businesses. The course was in high demand; the total number of registrants exceeded the course size by more than double. Thus we’ve decided to offer two sessions of the course.
The objective of the course is to provide the apprentices with wide range of consulting fundamentals and training in related fields’ skills and knowledge. Therefore, the course graduates get a great opportunity to reevaluate their consulting ability, skills, experience and knowledge. For anyone who’s interested in becoming a business consultant, they can learn about this career in detail and its covered areas.



The objective of the course is to provide the apprentices with wide range of consulting fundamentals and training in related fields’ skills and knowledge. Therefore, the course graduates get a great opportunity to reevaluate their consulting ability, skills, experience and knowledge. For anyone who’s interested in becoming a business consultant, they can learn about this career in detail and its covered areas.


        Mongolia-Japan Center’s specialist Kawaguchi teaches the 60% of the course. He covers topics such as consulting elements and its complete strategies based on balance score card, and administrative analysis and completion processes of Human Resource.


         Upon completion of the course, graduates will receive certificates from all four organizations. I believe the continuation of the course will not only improve consultant’s skills to provide excellent service to Mongolian Small Businesses, it will also have major impact in Mongolian economy in the long run.(Senior Manager S. Gan-Erdene)

“Movie Day”

        To bring Japanese cultural awareness to the public and to expand the two nations’ partnership, Mongolia-Japan Center teamed up with Japanese Embassy at Mongolia to show one Japanese movie every month. Each movie is shown twice free of charge. Last Thursdays of each month shows movies with voice over translation, and the following week’s Thursdays show movies with subtitles. The schedule is tentative; change can occur if any national holidays fall in those days.


Main characters played by actor Ichihara Hayato, actress/singer/model Konishi Manami, actress/singer Sawajiri Erica and produced by Torashi Shin. Author Murayama Yuka’s famous “Angel’s egg” novel made into a movie and was released on screen in October of 2006. Come see this movie about couple’s love, struggles they face and their shocking fate.
(Staff of Administration section Ts.Munkhbayasgalan)

“Online origami course and its features”

        Origami has long been appreciated as a beautiful form of art. Folding is only a small part of this fascinating art form. Origami gives the folder the opportunity to make creative designs and figures. Our Mongolia-Japan Center’s origami course has many features:
    ※In Length
During the three hours, students get introduced to art of origami, learn and understand this art form by folding plain papers to create simple to complex shapes.
    ※Course Curriculum
We utilize many techniques to help student better understand origami. Teacher shows and instructs students how to make origami step by step. Also students use internet to visualize 2 or 3 dimensional shapes of things, which speeds the learning process of the art.


    ※Support and Encouragement
“Who makes origami fast?” in-class contest awards the winning student with a souvenir from Japan. Also class as a whole recognizes and reinforces the students who make neat and fast origami. Students sense joy, pride and satisfaction in their creative work.
    ※Memory Enhancement
Origami tests the ability of the student to repeat step by step folding of simple or complex models. In this step, it is apparent which student paid attention during initial instruction
    ※Group project
Class gets into two groups and competes against each other. The course is a practical use for development of motor, intellectual and creative abilities of children.
    ※Discipline and Behavior
Origami is a great hands-on activity and a wonderful resource that teaches students how to follow directions, encourages cooperation among students, improves motor skills, and it helps develop multi-cultural awareness.
;   ※Intellectual Development
At the end of each class, instructor reads Japanese Kamishibai which is traditional story cards. It is a versatile and effective tool to develop reading and writing skills. (Staff of Library section D.Ulamtsengel)
Year Month
2007 11 12
2008 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2009 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12
2010 1 2