Kyoto College of Automotive Technology, which has been training and producing auto mechanics for a quarter of a century and has the longest tradition in Kyoto, has decided to join the KCG group, which includes Kyoto Computer Gakuin College, which established Japan's first automotive control department in 2004, through collaboration.We have recently begun accepting applications for students as a special training school under a new structure.
With the full-fledged electric vehicle (EV) era approaching, an unprecedented automotive maintenance school will be established to train technicians who can also learn IT and automotive control.
The new Kyoto Automotive College will add the curriculum of Kyoto Computer Gakuin Automotive Control Department (established in the Kyoto Ekimae Campus), which has mainly educated embedded systems in anticipation of the Car IT era, including computerization and electric vehicles, to the existing education focusing on driving mechanisms such as brakes.More than ever, it is expected to become a place for training car engineers who will play a leading role in the automotive industry.
KCG Group celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013.This collaboration is positioned as one of the efforts to step forward into the next 50 years.
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