Slovenian Association for Japanese Language Teaching ( Društvo za didaktiko japonščine v Sloveniji, acronym: DDJaS ) is an organization which contributes to the strengthening of personal and social relations between Slovenia and Japan in the field of language education.
TAKO - zabavna Japonščina - たのしいスロベニア語
Do you know Slovenia? It is a small and a very beautiful country in Central Europe.
Do you know Japan? It is an island country in East Asia with a distinct culture.
Although Slovenian and Japanese words have different meanings, there are many words with similar pronunciation. We created fun animations, focusing on words that children in both countries know.
We would be very happy if you could feel closer to Slovenia and Japan.
The Japanese Language Proficiency Test ( JLPT ) is an internationally recognized qualification for non-native speakers, sponsored by the Japan Foundation. Please visit the official JLPT website by Japan Foundation for general information. JLPT are carried out yearly in numerous countries all over the world. Slovenia has joined the project recently, in 2017.
The Japan Foundation and its Center for Japanese-Language Testing, have announced that the this year's JLPT test that was planned for 5th July 2020 is cancelled all over the world due to the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. The next JLPT in Ljubljana is planned for July 2021. The information will be announced at the end of February 2021 na spletni strani.
Who are we? / About us
The Slovenian Association for Japanese Language Teaching is a local non-governmental organization which administers the Japanese Language Proficiency Test in Slovenia, on behalf of the Japan Foundation.
What information do we use?
We use your name and surname, your address, educational institution where you study and your e-mail address on your application for the Japanese Language Proficiency Test.
Why do we use your personal information?
The personal information given for your application is used by the organizers only for the purpose of conducting the test. Your test score data and the contents of the application form may be used by the sponsors ( The Japan Foundation and Japan Educational Exchanges and Services ) or local host institutions for statistical and analytical purposes. No examinees are able to be identified individually from such data or analysis.
How do we protect personal information?
All the digital personal information given for your application is kept safely at the Academic and Research Network of Slovenia ( ARNES ), a public institute that provides network services to research, educational and cultural organizations and enables them to establish connections and cooperation with each other and with related organizations abroad. All the paper documents are in the custody of the Slovenian Association for Japanese Language Teaching.
When do we share personal information?
The Slovene Association for Japanese Language Teaching will share all the personal information with the Japan Foundation. The Japan Foundation and the local organization will not intentionally reveal personally identifiable information collected from applicants to a third party, except in the following three cases:
- If there is a legal obligation to supply such information and when it is recognized to be appropriate to disclose the information
- If the consent of the owner of the information is obtained
- If it must be revealed to an external service provider contracted by the Japan Foundation to provide information processing service
In these cases, information is revealed only within the scope necessary for the performance of the said work.
How long do we keep your personal data?
All the personal information ( digital information and paper document ) will be kept for one year from the Test date by the Slovene Association for Japanese Language Teaching. Thus, the digital information will be deleted and all of the paper document will be disposed of on the Test date in the next year.