FAQs for Training

Ensure you have:

All necessary travel documents (passport, visa, flight tickets).

Proof of accommodation booking.

Travel and health insurance.(If applicable)

Korean Won (KRW) for initial expenses.

An adaptor for Korean electrical outlets (220V, type C and F plugs).

Downloaded mobile apps for navigation, translation, and taxi services in Korea.(details will be given to you during orientation)

Should you have any further questions or need assistance, please don't hesitate to contact our program coordinators. We're here to ensure your experience is as smooth and enriching as possible. Welcome to Korea, and we look forward to meeting you at our training program!

While the training program does not directly provide airport pickup services, we can recommend reliable taxi services or guide you on using public transport. Detailed information will be provided in the welcome pack.

Our team provides:

Invitation letters for visa applications.

Guidance on accommodation and transportation.

An orientation session upon arrival to assist with local information, emergency contacts, and program details.

Constant availability for support before, during and after the program.

Not compulsorily. However, all foreign participants are advised to obtain travel and health insurance for the duration of their stay in Korea. Ensure your insurance covers medical expenses.

The currency is the Korean Won (KRW). Currency exchange is available at the airport, banks, and authorized exchange offices. ATMs that accept foreign cards are also widely available, particularly in the airport and city center.

There are several options:

Airport Express Train (AREX): Direct or all-stop train to Seoul Station, then transfer to the subway to get to Gangnam.

Airport Limousine Bus: Direct routes to major hotels in Gangnam.

Taxi: Available outside the arrival hall. Choose from international taxis (with English-speaking drivers) or regular taxis. The trip to Gangnam takes about 60-90 minutes, depending on traffic.

We have located several hotels in the Gangnam area to offer participants special choices and rates. Upon registration, you will receive a list of these hotels.

To apply for a visa, you will need:

A valid passport with at least six months remaining before expiration.

A completed visa application form, available on the embassy's website.

A passport-sized photo.

An invitation letter from the training program. (KOOFA will provide it to you)

Proof of accommodation(hotel reservation) and return flight ticket.

Visa application fee.

Participants typically require a short-term visa (C-3) for conferences or educational programs. Please check the South Korean embassy or consulate website in your country for the most up-to-date visa requirements and application procedures.

It is a Three-day comprehensive and certifying training program of facilitation endorsed by the International Facilitator Association (IAF) and certified by the Korea Facilitator Association (KFA) that has trained and certified more than 4000 participants from various industries in Korea since 2011.  

The word INITIATIVE was picked by our firm KOOFA (KOO FACILITATION GROUP) to symbolize the beginning of our participants' facilitation journey. KOOFA INITIATES them to the core skills, competence, tools and philosophy of facilitation so that they embark on a journey of transforming homes, communities, and organizations using those skills, competence and philosophy to also initiate others and so on.

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