Category Archives: HELP News

EPS-TOPIK 2019: Joined by HELP Volunteers

  EPS-TOPIK (Employment Permit System-Test of Proficiency in Korean) Test is conducted by Ministry of Employment and Labor of South Korea for the selection of foreigner workers to work in Korea. It tests the language skills of potential foreign employees to make sure that they can perform their duties in Korea efficiently and can also lead their everyday life without

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IELTS OFFICIAL TEST VENUE: AT HELP LONGLONG CAMPUS

The International English Language Testing System (IELTS) is the world’s most popular English language proficiency test for higher education and global migration, with over 3 million tests taken in the last year. More than 10,000 organizations globally trust IELTS, it is a very important certification that can bring anyone success and an opportunity to make their dreams a reality.  

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IELTS Mock Tests

“I’m excited to take my IELTS. Are you?” “Oh my gosh today is Friday!” shouted Peter, a 28-year-old international student from China currently studying in HELP. “You sound excited about the weekend.” said Alex, his Japanese classmate. “No, I’m actually anxious about out mock tests later today!” said Peter. Part of the student’s life while studying Advance IELTS Test Course

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Learning, Working, and Living in Luxury: SHMS  

Date: February 14, 2019 HELP; IBT-Core & Innoven Contents Center, INC. Location: Bldg. 5272 (along CM Recto Highway), Clark Freeport Zone, Pampanga 2009, Philippines The culinary and hotelier culture awakening in the previous years is not leaving anyone behind. When it’s obviously more than a passing fascination, maybe it’s time to give formal cooking and hospitality education a great deal

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Fire Evacuation Drill

HELP Education Group Inc. main campus in Longlong, La Trinidad, Benguet recently held a Fire Evacuation Drill under the supervision of the local fire department officials. The main objective of this drill is to make all students and employees aware of the different exits wherever they may be in the building in the occurrence of fire or other emergencies. Part

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