Bus Departure Ceremony for "Business Training" of Industry, Academia, Banking Institution and Government Collaboration Region-Based Human Resource Development Project
A Bus Departure Ceremony for "Business Training" of Industry, Academia, Banking Institution and Government Collaboration Region-Based Human Resource Development Project was held at the rotary in front of Yanagido Kaikan Hall, Gifu University on October 18, 2018.
This ceremony was held prior to the opening of the business training which forms part of "Mechanical Engineering and Manufacturing Course" of the Faculty of Engineering. This course is designed to assist students in undergoing a long-term, practical training at actual production sites of factories or companies.
The project is included in the Industry, Academia, Banking Institution and Government Collaboration Region-based Human Resource Development Project of Gifu Prefectural Government, and is now drawing a lot of attentions nationwide. It aims to convey the real charms and attractions of Gifu business and industries to the students, and encourage them to seek employment within Gifu Prefecture. The target students of this project are 150 third year students of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the Faculty of Engineering, Gifu University.
At the ceremony, on behalf of the 21 companies (17 companies in 2017) in Gifu Prefecture, Mr. Tomohiko Okamoto, President of Nabeya Co., Ltd. gave the following words of encouragement: "This training will give you the real sense of working on the ground. It is also a great opportunity to put what you have learned at the university into practice. Please feel the leading-edge technologies and marketing strategies of small-midsize enterprises firsthand."
On behalf of the students, Mr. Shoma Seki (a third-year student of the Department of Mechanical Engineering, the Faculty of Engineering) gave an address: "Unlike the training we had undergone so far, we will be given an opportunity to interact with people in a workplace. We look forward to seeing a lot of positive outcomes by participating in this training."
The training will continue about six months and the report meeting by the students is scheduled in January, 2019.
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