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Please note that your acceptance of the following Application General Terms & Conditions (A.G.T.C) is required for your application to be processed further.
Please read and check contents, objectives, and prerequisites of courses, and select the appropriate courses for you. Some courses are required for those who have certain levels of knowledge. People who do not meet the prerequisites shall take introduction courses as well.
Please call the Training Center or sales departments of closest Hitachi Agencies to you, and check availabilities of the courses. Please fill out the application form completely after you agreed this A.G.T.C. Completed forms should also be sent to the Training Center 4 weeks before the course starts. This is available by following contact. Regular course training applications are processed in the order of receipt (according to the principle “First come, first served”).
E-mail : email@example.com
FAX : +81-294-52-7096
After we receive the application, you will receive the invoice. Please confirm the contents after you receive it and pay the amount we invoiced you according to the following preferred payment methods (bank transfer).
After you receive the invoice, please pay the course fees to the designated account in Japanese Yen (JPY) 7 days before the course begins. You are responsible for paying all bank transfer fees. You can obtain information on this procedure from your bank. The following methods of bank transfer will be available:
Please bring the order confirmation on the first day of course, and submit it when you enter the training center. You may enter the training center from 8:40am (The standard time of the course is from 9:00am to 4:30pm).
The ending time of the last day of course would be changed depending on courses.
Please inform us a cancellation 2 weeks before the course starts, regardless of paid/unpaid course fees. We do not accept the cancellation after that time. However, we could arrange you to another course with further consultation.
Please note that course, which does not reach its enrollment limits, might be cancelled.