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Aviva at Home

Aviva at Home

Aviva at Home is a community based personal computer classroom for senior citizens.
There are a variety of courses including basic PC operations, how to use the internet, processing and editing digital camera photographs, creating original documents with photo or illustration attachments and creating charts and graphs for hobbies or are helpful for living.
Even people who have never touched a PC are very welcome. It is not an “everyone all at once” or a video course; experienced staff will adjust lessons for each individual while proceeding.


  • It is OK even if you completely have no knowledge of PCs

    At PC classroom Aviva at Home, instructors certified by headquarters will directly guide you.

  • A wide line-up of original texts

    You can choose the level and contents from a rich lineup. *Commercial texts are partially used.

  • Community based PC classroom

    Aviva at Home has opened nationwide in Japan. The secret to its popularity is that it is near, all over the country and is community based for peace of mind.

  • Assuring Monthly Fee

    The monthly fee is reasonable to allow you to continue to learn.

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Operated Services

Personal Computer School "Aviva Kids" for Children

PC skills are already indispensable in these times. We provide an environment to allow learning valuable strengths that will start from the personal computer such as various expression skills, information collecting skills and information transmission skills so that children can realize their dreams.

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Personal Computer School "Aviva at Home" for Seniors Citizens and Housewives

People who have never touched a personal computer. We provide personal computer user skills to allow beginners like these to enjoyable learn and to live a richer, enjoyable life. Regardless of age, we will supply a beneficial time to allow you to find new enjoyment in living through the personal computer.

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International English Test "G-TELP" Japan Executive Office

How much can we Japanese who's native language is not English, communicate in English? It is a test to measure that ability. Currently, with the track record of being introduced in 40 universities, it is not a test to compare with other students but instead to clarify areas of strength and weakness and is a true test to measure English ability conducted by the executive office in Japan.

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English Conversation Learning System "MyET"

MyET is educational material for learning speaking. A personal computer and a microphone are used to listen to a native speaker's examples played back from the PC then actually speak using your own voice. Your voice is then evaluated on speaking points with an automatic speech analyzing original software (ASAS) developed by LLabs for "Total Score", "Pronunciation", "Pitch" and "Rhythm" and advice on what points to improve are also provided.

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