Sawa Method Advisor Course
Sawa Method Advisor is equivalent to
Seiri-Shuno Advisor Level 2 (整理収納アドバイザー2級).
Section 1 Basic Theory
Benefits of Sorting
The Relationship between People and Items
The Four Basic Relationship Zones
Hidden Factors Preventing Sorting / Seiri
Section 2 Practical Use
The 5 Practical Tips for Successful Organizing
Section 3 Case Study
Using The 5 Practical Tips for Successful Organizing
The Basics for Storage
Section 4 Exercise
Organizing a Shoe Closet based on the Organizing Steps
Closet Organization Exercise
[Schedule in August and September]
＊Requesting for the course schedule
If you know of someone who would like to take the course together with you, the instructor can arrange the schedule for a group of 2 people or more upon your request.
Please list three possible dates. The Housekeeping Association will let you know which of these dates is possible by email.
44,000 Japanese yen
Regular Seminar Fee 55,000 JPY
Discounted Seminar Fee (until October 31, 2020) 44,000 JPY**
**To avail of the discounted price, please complete payments on or before October 31, 2020.
[Frequently Asked Questions]
Q→ Can I receive a certificate?
A→ Yes. After taking this course and passing the review test, you will receive the “Sawa Method Advisor” certificate.
The Housekeeping Association will send you a plastic certification card.
Q→Will the seminar push through if there is only one participant?
A→ No (We are sorry). The minimum number of participants for the seminar to proceed is 2. If there are less than 2 registered participants, the seminar will be cancelled.
The Housekeeping Association will get in touch with you five days before the scheduled date of the seminar to inform you of the cancellation.
We offer the Sawa Method Advisor Seminar regularly. The schedule is posted on the homepage. Kindly check the dates for your availability.
If a participant decides to cancel his/her participation in the seminar, a cancellation fee of 2,000 yen will be deducted from the seminar fee refund.
Q → What is the difference between the Seiri-Shuno Advisor Level 2 and the Sawa Method Advisor Course?
A → The contents are the same as the Japanese ones.
We added several works called “Sharing Time” to make the seminar more interactive. In advantage of taking the course from home, participants do some works in addition to three exercises.
They have an opportunity of thinking about why they have certain things. It will be fun for them to share their thoughts on their own items and some of their experiences regarding their possessions.
Q → What is the purpose of this course? What can I do after taking this course?
A → More than 120,000 people have taken this course in Japan. Many participants find why they fail to tidy up their home by learning the Organizing / Seiri-Shuno theory.
This is for organizing their own home and office.
Q → Please tell me about an advanced course followed by the Sawa Method Advisor Course.
A→ We have the Seiri-Shuno Advisor Level 1 course to be a professional “Seiri-Shuno” advisor followed by the Level 2 or the Sawa Method Advisor Course in Japan.
So far, we only conduct the Seiri-Shuno Advisor Level 1 course in Japanese with Chinese translator. However, due to COVID-19, scheduled courses in Japan for foreigners were canceled in 2020.
We have not prepared the Seiri-Shuno Advisor Level 1 course in English yet.
When the Seiri-Shuno Advisor Level 1 is ready, we will announce it on the website.
If you are interested, we will send you a notification by email.
【Comments / feedback from participants】
[Items to prepare]
[How to attend the seminar by using Zoom]
Please click the invited URL that the organizer or instructor send to you. The Zoom application will be downloaded.
Once you click the downloaded file, the Zoom application will be installed.
Please click the button saying, “Attend the audio by computer”.
〇Non-first time users
If you have used Zoom before, the Zoom application has been installed.
Please click the invited URL which the organizer or instructor send to you.
You can attend the online seminar by clicking “Open Zoom Meeting”.