Associations of Beat Australia

Established in 2007, Beat Australia began providing educational consultancy services to several Japanese government organisations in the areas of international aviation language education, English language services and English language testing.

Since its inception Beat Australia has continued to grow and aid the introduction of new training programs, teaching methods and alumni strategies from and into the Japanese, Taiwanese, Korean and Chinese education markets.

Beat Australia continues to be committed to offering international universities, colleges, the school sector and private training organisations a gateway to and from Asia, a rapidly changing region where opportunities for growth are endless and relationships are made for life.

From its humble beginnings Beat Australia has built strong and lasting relationships with a number of high profile private and educational organisations.

News On Japan

Japan’s largest English language online news service NOJ provides the most comprehensive daily coverage of news, sports, technology and politics on and about Japan.

Beat Australia has an ongoing commitment to provide NOJ local support regarding marketing and advertising and assists NOJ with news coverage in the Kansai region of Japan.

Hiraoka Catholic Kindergarten

Beat Australia through its affiliate Beat Eikaiwa is proud to be the official English language provider for the 140 students attending Hiraoka Catholic Kindergarten.

Hiraoka Catholic Kindergarten is a private kindergarten under the Catholic Church operations and is widely known in Higashi Osaka as the best provider of young learners education in the area.

The Eiken / Step Test

Over the years Beat Australia has successfully trained and prepared many students for the the Eiken or Step test.

Members of Beat Australia are not only professionals in the area of preparing students for the test but are actually recognised and current participating Eiken examiners.

International English Language Testing System

The preferred English language testing system of Beat Australia.

Members of Beat Australia are not only professionals in the area of preparing students for the test but many of our employees are recognised and current participating IELTS examiners.

Air Traffic Control Association - Japan

Established in 1962 ATCA-J aims to contribute air traffic development through comprehensive research and study on Air Traffic Control Systems at home and abroad, and through promotion of international cooperation with other countries on Air Traffic Services.

Since 2008 Beat Australia has been working with ATCA-J on the development and implementation of their ICAO level 4 testing for Air Traffic Controllers and Ramp Controllers.

Japan Association for Language Teaching

The Japan Association for Language Teaching (JALT) is a nonprofit organisation dedicated to the improvement of language teaching and learning both within Japan and internationally. JALT has nearly 3,000 members, with 35 chapters and 26 SIGs.

Beat Australia through its subsidiary JINES was proud to be part of the foundation of the School Owners SIG, a very important and growing area of the JALT network.

Japan Association for the Promotion of English to Children

JAPEC is a private sector public-service which was established in the spring of 1978 with the cooperation of eminent persons in the English language education field as well as various other fields to popularize and promote correct and practical English language education for children.

Since 2009 Beat Australia has been a member of JAPEC and through its subsidiary Beat Eikaiwa has been providing testing services for children in Higashi Osaka city.

The Japan Aeronautical Safety College

The Training Center was established in 1964 at Tokyo International Airport for the training of Air Traffic Controllers (ATC) and maintenance personnel of the Civil Aviation Bureau, Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism.

In 2008 & 2009 Beat Australia was proud to be a part of the new centre at Rinku Town, Kansai and was part of the delivery of English language programs to their engineering students.