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1991 – present Hitotsubashi Gakuen, Kodaira, English conversation instructor P/T
1992 – present W.S.O. Centre www.wso-centre.com/
International business correspondence, training of new staff, translation of legal, medical and other documents (J-E). Agent agreements, commission negotiation, billing, transfer of funds abroad.
Supervisor of enrolment procedures and visa applications.
1992–1992 the Institute for Language and Business Communication
Now renamed: JAL Academy <http://www.jaca.co.jp/>
Teaching on the NHK International Journalist Training course, Curriculum design German / English
1993–1998 Multilingua Corporate Communications www.multilingua.co.jp/
Translating French and German to English, e.g. financial reports and statistics, market research questionaires to European banks, technical presentations, newsletters J-E
1994–2007 ISS & Zenken www.issjp.com www.zenken.com
Teaching on company location; English, 1996-1997 French and German; Business English courses
Intensive courses (F & E) – preparing employees to work abroad. 
Lectures on cultural differences, producing tapescripts, substitute teacher
1996–2001 Personal Assistant to the Vice President (later President, now deceased) of the National Children’s Hospital Tokyo in the capacity of Secretary General of the Pediatric Nephrology Association. Assistance with travels, business correspondence in English, speeches, presentations, medical publications, computing on PC and MAC
1998–2007 Sana Corporation: S&H Ryugaku Centre (Ballet schooling overseas) www.lavender.co.jp Computer network administrator (LAN, Japanese O/S) Webhosting / Internet security / website design and development, CG design for marketing materials.

List of companies taught languages at:

1992 NHK International Journalist Center (German one on one)
1994 – 95 ISS Hanzomon office. (Intensive English course/ introduction to Afrikaans);
Company employees to be stationed in South Africa.
1995 – 1998 KSP (Kanagawa Science Park) (English)
l’Oreal, French company trading in cosmetics
MISPO Co., Ltd
Hewlett Packard Misonokuchi Sales Office
Fujitsu LSI Technology
IKOS Systems R&D
NEC R&D Bld.
Next Generation Catalyst Research Institute Co., Ltd
CLJ (Communication Laboratory Japan Corp. R&D Group)
1995 – 1996 Nissan (French course, executive one on one; company classes)
1995 – 1996 SMK Corporation (English)
1995 – 1998 Nihon Muki (English)
1996 – Itochu (English)
1996 – Nittetsu Mining Co., Ltd  (English)
1996 – 2001 Kunitachi Language Institute (German MD. one on one; French)
1997 – 1999 Nihon Matai (English)
Sept.-Oct. 1997 J.R. East (German language course)
1997 – 1999 Kyowa Dengyo (English)
1997 – 1998 CTC Aoyama (English)
1998 ITJ (International Telecom Japan) (English)
1998 TEKSEL at Ebisu (English)
1998 IFI (Institute for the Fashion Industries) Ryugoku station (English)
1999 Ministry of Transport (English)
1999 Rhone-Poulenc Rorer (English)
1999 Meiwa Sangyo (English)
1999 – 2001 KSP (Kanagawa Science Park) (twice a week)
2001 – 2003 Tostem Viva Home Centers (twice a week) (English)
2004 – 2007 Sigmax (twice a week) (English)
2008 – 2009 inlingua, at Tokyo Dome, SIHM http//www.sihm.co.jp