Many different situations might call for a Team-Up study plan:
(1) You want to focus on different aspects of learning Japanese.
Maybe you want to prepare for the JLPT, but also improve your Japanese conversation skills.
Or perhaps you want to learn business Japanese, but also improve your reading comprehension.
Of course, you’re free to take all your private lessons from one instructor, but a separate plan of study for each area can take best advantage of each teacher’s specialty.
2) You need flexibility in scheduling private lessons.
Perhaps your work or school schedule varies from day to day or week to week.
Some days or weeks, you might want to take morning classes; at other times, evening classes.
Although a single teacher’s private lesson schedule may be insufficient, the right combination of two schedules is sure to meet almost any need.
(3) You're looking for intensive Japanese language study.
Students seeking an accelerated path to Japanese proficiency can consider private lessons from multiple teachers.
In this case, the JOI teachers will consult with you to build a single, integrated plan for your Japanese study.