BUSINESS Course
    One of the main programs of the Mongolia-Japan Center is business training, with the goal of developing human resources in Mongolia, and to support the development of a strong market economy. The Center offers a variety of business courses to enhance the capabilities of small and medium enterprises, and to prepare individuals for difficulties they may encounter in the course of business.
  • 11th Business course-recruiting participants
  • BASIC COURSES
    • Through this course you will obtain knowledge of simple business accounting, commonly-used financial techniques, and the presentation of information using graphics.

      Topics

      Content

      Result

      Time

      Japanese
      management, its
      strategy, 5S and KAIZEN activities

      Japanese management, its strategy, and 5S principles for intensification for activities

      Understand successful management strategies in the market economy and the 5S principles.

      2010.05.03-2010.05.07

      Human Resource Management

      Japanese management styles to increase productivity and morale.

      Be able to use Japanese management styles to increase productivity and morale.

      2010.06.07-2010.06.11

      Qualitative management

      Qualitative management with

      Be versed in Japanese

      2010.06.28-2010.07.02

      Industrial management

      Theory and practice of supply chains and intensification of operations.

      Understand supply chains and intensification of operations.

      2010.09.06-2010.09.10

      Financial management

      Financial analysis, marketing’s impact on the profit and loss curve, and benefit planning.

      Be versed in financial analysis, understand the impact of marketing on the bottom line, and benefit planning.

      2010.10.04-2010.10.07

      Organizing front-office and services

      Product, service, front-office management, and marketing

      Understand the management and marketing of products, services, and front-office

      2010.11.01-2010.11.05

      Marketing

      The basics of marketing and the theory of marketing strategy, with case studies.

      Be versed in marketing theory and practice.

      2010.12.06-210.12.10


  • SPECIAL COURSES
    •     Our Special Courses cover those topics which aren’t included in the basic business courses, such as industrial management, services organization, business planning, HACCP, ISO 9001/14000, and practical training on skills for Japanese-language tour guides in Mongolia. Due to the emphasis on specific practical skills in these courses, it is appropriate in some cases for managers and staff to attend together.

      Topics:

      • Industrial management (2009.09.14-09.18)
      • Course for training a national consultant (2009.11.16)
      • Management of store and services (2009.12.07-12.11)
      • Business planning (2009.11.24-11.27)
      • Seminar on economic strategies of electricity (2009.12.16-12.17)
      • Course on НАССР (an international standard for food processing product safety) (2010.02.01-02.05)
  • ADVANCED COURSE
    • Our advanced courses are for those who have already taken “Management and Monitoring of Small and Medium Enterprisers.” These courses are practical in nature. 

      Topics:

      • Human Resource Management (2009.10.12-10.14)
  • DISTANCE SEMINAR
    •     In fulfillment of the Center’s mission, local training is available. The aim of the training is introduce to rural areas some of the courses available in Ulaanbaatar. The training takes place in the cities of Darkhan and Erdenet. 

      Topics:

      • Human Resource Management (2009.10.01)
      • Financial Management (2009.10.23)
      • Qualitative Management (2010.01.13)
  • ON THE JOB TRAINING
    •     On the Job Training
  • MODEL COMPANY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
    • MODEL COMPANY DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM
  • BUSINESS SOLUTION
    • Business solution
  • BUSINESS MATCHING SUPPORT
    • BUSINESS MATCHING SUPPORT
      Business matching support
  • COOPERATION WITH STAKEHOLDERS
    •  Besides organizing business courses, the Center has started the “Development of a Model Enterprise” and “Training Local Training Instructors” projects, in anticipation of future independent activities sponsored by the Center. The Center is also expanding cooperation with state organizations, universities, colleges, professional associations, and JETRO.

  • GLOBAL HUMAN RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
    • Global Human Resource Development support