KT&G actively supports young people in Indonesia, online class fully opens in February

– Indonesia Sangsang Univ ‧ Korean Language School, Regular Online Class Opens This Year… Youth Skills Development Support

– From language courses to career development programs… Exceptional use of online channels in the era of Covid-19

Seoul, South Korea, February 25, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — KT&G, a global Korean company, is helping young Indonesians develop their skills through various online education programs amid the spread of COVID-19.

Sangsang Univ Indonesia online course is held

According to KT&G, KT&G Sangsang Univ and Korean Language School in Surabaya have been running full-fledged online education programs for young Indonesians since February.

Sangsang Univ Indonesia prepares career exploration and skills development programs for young people

Sangsang Univ Indonesia has been holding regular online classes for four weeks from February 14th. A total of 12 courses are organized and around 2,000 young people follow courses according to their own interests. Major programs include Beginner/Intermediate Korean, Writing, Video Editing, and Digital Marketing.

Online Lecture for Beginner Korean Course by KT&G Korean Language School Sangsang Univ

Online Lecture for Korean Beginner Course by KT&G Sangsang Univ Korean Language School

In particular, Sangsang Univ runs a certain percentage of the whole class as a training course to help with youth employment. Courses such as interviewing, resume writing and career development are also included in the lectures open in February, helping young Indonesians improve their professional skills.

Online courses prepared by Sangsang Univ in response to COVID-19 have already been well received by local youth. Last year, 12 online courses took place and 34,000 students participated in this process.

In particular, the online course environment has generated a positive ripple effect to overcome the limitations of local bases. For example, in online courses held last year, the proportion of students outside Jakartawhere Sangsang Univ is located, reached a total of 80%.

Young talents from various regions such as SurabayaBandung and Medan had opportunities for personal development through various classes at Sangsang Univ based on the non-contact educational environment.

Dede Rahma (Siliwangi National University, 22), who attended Sangsang Univ’s online course last year, said, “I gained new experiences and knowledge by taking the data management and digital marketing courses with an atmosphere of comfortable listening and various class assignments.” “I want to recommend it to my friends who have never experienced it because of the great instructors and high quality online courses available,” he added.

KBrean Language School opens the first regular semester…Supporting the improvement of language skills

KT&G Sangsang Univ Korean language school, located in SurabayaAlong with Yamandala Center, also started the first regular semester of Korean language teaching from February 7.

One hundred and sixteen students enrolled in ten classes, confirming the interest of Indonesian youth for Korean. The online course is divided into a beginner and intermediate Korean course and a conversation course and will continue for ten weeks.

Last year, the Korean language school offered Korean language education to young Indonesians based on a real-time online lesson environment optimized for a non-face-to-face environment. Thanks to this, 34 classes were managed last year through the three regular semesters and the special semester, and 376 students learned Korean.

In addition, in October last year, the Korean language school held a Korean culture festival consisting of programs such as a Korean culture experience, a drawing contest and a play at the occasion of Hangeul Day, the anniversary of the creation of the Korean alphabet. On this occasion, 289 young people discovered Korean culture through online channels.

Jaeyoung Chohead of KT&G’s global headquarters, said, “Based on various online courses such as vocational skills development and language teaching, we provide necessary educational programs for young Indonesians in the face of COVID-19.” “We will continue to communicate with local communities throughout Indonesia and strive to provide quality education services,” he noted.

Meanwhile, KT&G is the world’s fifth-largest tobacco company by market share and sales volume. In Korea, the company has a market share of 64.6% (in 2021), thus maintaining the No. 1 position in the Korean tobacco market. Moreover, despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, it has become a global tobacco company by expanding its export territory to more than 120 countries.

KT&G outdated 5 trillion won in annual sales on a consolidated basis for two consecutive years from 2020 to last year. The company is also a group company with significant business portfolios such as functional health foods, real estate, biopharmaceuticals and cosmetics and tobacco.

In February 2013KT&G established PT KT&G Indonesia, a company responsible for direct distribution and logistics in Indonesia. Since 2016, it has taken the lead in creating local jobs by employing approximately 900 new positions each year and a cumulative total of 4,800 people in Indonesia.

(PRNewsphoto/KT&G Corporation)

(PRNewsphoto/KT&G Corporation)

SOURCEKT&G Corporation

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