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Knowledge and Skills: Supporting the Industries' Future
In order to become machinery workers, the students learn the fundamental skills and knowledge of machinery. With computer applications, they learn how to use computer assisted design and machinery.
Learning about Electricity: Utilizing Environmental and User Friendly Energy
The students learn the fundamentals to utilize power, appliances, electronics, and computers. Teachers cultivate students to become skilled industrial workers to support our everyday life.
Educating the Next Leaders of Cutting-Edge Technology: Realizing the Students' Various Desires for the Future
The students learn about the electrical foundations of the principles in semi-conducting elements. Later this foundation becomes circuits that guides electricity and then the creation of communication technology. Also they can attempt to acquire qualifications such as the Second Class Electrician Specialist, the Construction Manager, and the First Class On-The-Ground Special Radio Operator. Among the students, there are many who are qualified as Junior Meisters within the electronic profession.
Learning Chemistry: Practical Chemical Skills for an Environmental Friendly Future
Starting with creating soaps, analyzing water in valleys, along with familiarizing the chemistry around us, the students learn knowledge, technology, and skills to work with chemistry in the industrial world. Also they think deeply about the environmental problems and can attain national certifications such as Hazardous Material Engineering, and many more certifications.
From Everyday Textile Products to Space Traveling Materials: Weaving Textile, Weaving Our Future
Textile supports fashion, automatic parts, the medical field, architecture resources, and space and aviation, by making resources and materials for cutting-edge technology in those fields. In this course, the students not only learn textile techniques but also other design methods such as traditional techniques in dying and weaving.
Becoming Civil Engineers: Designing and Constructing Various Structures
The students learn many fundamentals of several engineering techniques such as surveying, soil dynamics, civil engineering works, and structure design, in both classroom and field work such as practice, experimentation, drawing, and project studies. The students aim to be a specialist in designing and constructing in the civil engineering field.
Learning Architecture: to Comfort and Inspire People
The students learn about structures to create comfortable environments for humanity. By learning skills and the methods to construct buildings that are not limited to wooden or concrete structures, this course nurtures the architectural specialists who are both reliable and understand what humanity wants and needs.
Material Technology, being the Base of All Industries: Cultivating the Next Industrial Workers to Pioneer Our Future
The students learn about manufacturing materials that involve multiple properties such as metals, ceramics, and plastics. They also learn the producing and manufacturing process from recycling to energy, grasping a wide range about materials.
Interior Design: Becoming "the Designer Who Produces High-End Products"
The students aim to become a designer who can produce advanced products by augmenting the originals into their own. This is done by experimental practice of manufacturing materials, by using glass and wood as examples, with methods such as drawing, CAD, CG, designing, and image processing.
Learning the Information Systems: To the Global Stage, They Challenge
Via the use of computers and networks, the students choose, process, and convey the information by themselves. Specifically, experimenting on information ethics, programming, software, video editing, foundation of electricity,and electronic technology, the students can explore and develop the information systems in today's world.
校長 井上 龍一
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