Below are the disclaimers on school administration.
School does not assume any responsibility as to the problems that occurred between lecturer students or among students on the grounds of “clothing / grooming”
Dress: Help instructors are obliged to dress according to the employment regulations. If you do not comply with this rule, the instructor will be subject to applicable penalties according to the school regulations. (Example: clothing with excessive exposure, exposure of a tattoo, wearing clothing of remarkable damage processing is not possible.) Because the climate is greatly different in the Baguio-Clark region, in help each school has its own rules in each campus I am in operation.
Gymnastics: As one-to-one lessons of help become one-on-one lessons in a private room, lecturers are constantly evoking a feeling of cleanliness. We are prohibiting the use of unsanitary performances, excessive makeup, perfume as the basis of body odor and bad breath.
For students, they are instructed to wear clothes suitable for doing school life · to take up their grooming. Because of race gatherings with different nationalities, cultures and religions, even if the local management staff decides that it is inappropriate to invite attention to individuals in order not to generate friction among students.
School does not assume any responsibility for problems arising between lecturer students or among students on the grounds of “miscommunication”.
Filipino people differ greatly from Japanese people not only in terms of language, but also in terms of culture, religion and society. Even though I seem to be able to communicate well on the surface, in fact there are times when miscommunication is born with accumulation of lack of understanding. Because there are many friendly lecturers on the national character of the Filipino people, I think that there are many things that get along with lecturers through school life, but as for the problem born from private things, we do not take any responsibility in school Thank you for your understanding and pardon. If there are uncertain points or worrying points, schools are urging them to talk to the local Japanese staff one by one.
Penalties are imposed on the provisions of each campus when “Using mother tongue in class (Tagalog · Japanese)” is done.
To avoid unnecessary troubles in help, we are prohibiting the use of languages other than English during class. Although there are merits that can be born by using Japanese / Tagalog language, using mother tongue in situations where communicating in English is not fully taken may create misunderstanding by the listener. Also from the viewpoint of English education it is not preferable to educate with multiple languages. Every single campus has an EOP (English only policy) and we have penalties for native language use.
There are problems that arise due to getting along with teachers too much. Please build up the relationship between the teacher and the student with self-responsibility with moderation.
Philippine lecturers are also human beings. If you build up an intimate relationship too much, the instructor may be lazy. The instructor is a “teacher” and not a “friend”. Please keep the relationship between the teacher and the students in the school. Even to avoid unnecessary troubles, let’s take a firm sense of distance. If you can not communicate with the instructor successfully, please talk to the local Japanese staff.
Regularly guide at team meetings. The feelings about olfaction differ greatly between Filipino and Japanese people. Even the smells that are nothing for Japanese people may be unbearable for Filipinos. Also, due to the characteristics of one-on-one classes held in a private room, it is more sensitive about smell than regular Filipino. I take a shower when I sweat, always brush my teeth after eating, etc. We inform the student about daily consideration.
Odor (body odor, bad breath, perfume, etc.)
The difference between Filipino and Japanese nationality gives us a lot of awareness, but sometimes it causes friction between nationality.
Many Filipino people have cheerful personality, while others have negative aspects such as optimism and time loose. Differences in national character are also liable to stress and communication mistakes, so at school we are giving lectures on how to get along with Filipinos at orientation and stationary meetings. Also, I am calling on local staff to consult with local staff even if they are trivial.