24/05: No smoking

Category: Rules
Posted by: jcsesznegi
There is no smoking allowed on or near Gaba property. We ask that all clients adhere to this rule.
Category: Rules
Posted by: jcsesznegi
Using abusive language and violent behavior toward other students and instructors will not be tolerated under any circumstances. In these cases, Gaba will terminate the lesson contract and refund any unused lesson points, minus a 20% service charge.
Category: Rules
Posted by: jcsesznegi
You are kindly requested not to use mobile phone during the lesson. In the case of an emergency, please let your instructor know and use the mobile phone outside the classroom.

24/05: Dress code

Category: Rules
Posted by: jcsesznegi
The dress code for Jaba lessons is casual, so please come to your lessons in comfortable wear. We do however ask that you use your common sense and be reminded that we would like to uphold our image. Therefore, if your dress is considered inappropriate in some way or overly sloppy, the Jaba staff members have the right to refuse your admittance into the classroom.
Category: Rules
Posted by: administrator
There is a no eating rule in the Jaba classrooms that we strictly adhere to, and we ask for your co-operation. If you want to eat, please make sure that it is in the designated area and either in your lesson break-time or before and after your lessons. We also ask that our clients do not drink alcoholic beverages before / during lessons or on Gaba property.
Category: Rules
Posted by: administrator
There is a no eating rule in the Jaba classrooms that we strictly adhere to, and we ask for your co-operation. If you want to eat, please make sure that it is in the designated area and either in your lesson break-time or before and after your lessons. We also ask that our clients do not drink alcoholic beverages before / during lessons or on Gaba property.
Category: Rules
Posted by: administrator
We feel that the most effective way for you to make progress in your language studies is for you to actively participate in all lesson activities as well as keep your lesson attendance up. Naturally, we understand there will be times when you are unable to make it to your lesson. In that case, we request that you do your best to complete all homework assignments to ensure that you are keeping up with the pace of the lesson.

25/04: No English

Category: Rules
Posted by: administrator
There is a no English rule in the classroom for all levels of Jaba lessons in order to accelerate your progress in learning the Japanese language. Unless there is no other way to get your point across, please refrain from using English in the classroom either with your fellow clients or with the Jaba instructors.