Handbooks

You have 3 options: 

1. Take Byoukyuu (Sick Leave)

2. Take Nenkyuu (Paid Leave)

3. Take Tokkyuu (Special Leave)

Byokyuu (can only be taken in full-day increments)

Call your principal to let them know that you will be taking sick leave. The first…

Chiba AJET is a social community for JETs, WI-ALTS, and anyone who wants an opportunity to get together, have fun and support each other while promoting international culture exchange in Chiba Prefecture. Membership is free and anybody with ideas for events can submit a proposal to our council…

Organic Center & online shop

The two most common ways are to:

  • Sign up through your mobile wireless/cell phone provider as part of your phone plan
  • Apply through http://bbapply.com/ or http://asahi-net.jp/en/

A fairly comprehensive guide to living on Port Island

If you take sick leave, this form needs to be stamped by both your Kyoto-sensei and Koucho-sensei before being sent to the Guidance Division. If you are sick for 5 or more working days (weekends and holidays in between included), you also need to submit a medical certificate. Attached is a pdf…

To show a Prezi presentation offline, you simply need to open and fully load in a browser tab the Prezi you wish to present. Then you can disconnect your laptop/KIIF from the internet and still safely play the Prezi within the browser.

Please note:

  • If you close the browser…

Here is the powerpoint containing all the info given at the Women's Health Info Session in summer of 2016.

Contains the KobeJET.com CSS stylesheet for both PC and mobile versions

Public transportation in Japan is infamous for its punctuality and customer service. However, thanks to Murphy's law a number of factors can cause delays or even complete suspension, such as natural disasters, "human accidents" (either someone fell on the tracks or jumped), malfunctions, or bad…

KYOTO JETS is a website run by the current PAs in Kyoto City and Kyoto Prefecture for the purpose of distributing information and providing support.

If you have any comments or suggestions, please feel free to contact one of the Kyoto PAs at any time!

KobeJET.com announcements January 27, 2017

Call out for lesson plans!

As we approach the end of the year, you know those awesome lessons you made that the kids loved and really helped them practice their English - while learning about different cultures and being FUN…

January 17th, 2017

Option 1 – Migration to city server

After reviewing the Netcommons Content Management System (www.netcommons.org), its role as a CMS appears to be a simplistic, Japanese language-friendly option to the more…

The website translation team came together in August 2016 with the goal of making the site more accessible to teachers and management personnel other than ALTs. It is a small team of proficient Japanese-speaking ALTs dedicating several hours a week of their own time to translating site elements…

All doctors study English diagnosis names and at the very least should be able to write the name of your problem down for you. For a searchable-by-specialty list of English-speaking doctors in Hyogo, see http://web.qq.pref.hyogo.lg.jp/hyogo/ap/qq/men/pwtpmenult01.aspx - for an online listing of…

What is a KICP?

KICP stands for Kobe International Caravan Program. Kobe ALTs and CIR(s) usually use the acronym KICP to refer to both individual events and the program itself. This is a program through which various Junior High or Senior High schools around Kobe City…

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Travel reimbursement is avaiable for all official shucchou approved by the Guidance Division.

Reimbursement can be recieved by filling out this the attached form and delivering it to the Guidance Division by school mail or in person.

The form is due at the end of every semester…