English - News activity  /  International Finance & Communication Investment Joint Stock Company (MIF): K1D1 and Opening Chinese Class K1D1 and Japanese Class K1N1

On two days June 4th and 5th 2018, Training Center - International Finance and Communications Investment JSC (MIF), Sao Mai Group held the opening ceremony of Chinese and Japanese classes course 1 in 2018

Mr. Vo Van Tai - Director of Foreign Language Skills Training Center of MIF Company distributed at the opening ceremony.

Mr. Lu Quoc Dong - Chinese teacher is imparting knowledge to the students.

Attending the opening ceremony were representatives of MFI's Board of Management, training department and nearly 100 students registered to attend classes in Chinese and Japanese. The course is held for 3 months to improve the knowledge for current staffs who are working at Sao Mai Group companies. Students who need to improve their skills in international cultural acquisition or students who wish to study and work abroad such as Japan and Taiwan.

Scenes at the opening ceremony

Currently, going to work in Japan, Taiwan is attracting a lot of people. Because this is a potential market for our labor, with the developed industry, customs and traditions have many similarities and the most important is to give workers a high and stable income - good welfare. At the ceremony, MIF Company provided the basic information necessary for trainees on the program and industry so that students have the need to study and work in Japan and Taiwan.

Learners of Chinese Language Class K1D1

MIF Company was established to provide high quality labor force for partners and employers. With the business policy of "The success of our customers and employees is our prestige", the Management Board of MF Company wishes to reach the mission to improve the living standard of workers in Mekong Delta and create more favorable conditions for workers to be exposed to advanced industry and to improve their understanding before the international integration.

News, photo: Song Cuong

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