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LPI-Japan President Narui gave a lecture at KCG, a certified HTML5 school.

Mr. Gen Narui, President of NPO LPI Japan, gives a lecture titled
Mr. Gen Narui, President of NPO LPI Japan, gives a lecture titled "A New World Created by HTML5" on December 1, 2017 at Kyoto Institute of Information, Kyoto Station Satellite Hall.

On December 1, 2017, special lectures and culture classes were held at the Kyoto Station Satellite Hall of Kyoto Graduate Institute of Information (KCGI) and other locations to learn more about HTML5, which has become the mainstream language used in web technology.Mr. Narui said, "Unlike Java and other languages, HTML5 is a language that can realize functions that were not available in conventional browsers, from graphics to communication.Nowadays, the IT industry is looking for people with not only technical skills but also creative abilities.If you learn HTML5 and get a certification, it will not only help you get a job, but it will also help you a lot in your future work," he said.

In November 2016, KCGI and KCG became the first higher education institutions in the Kansai region to become "LPI-Japan HTML5 Academic Accredited Schools", based on the high evaluation of their outstanding achievements in professional education in the IT and Web fields.Since then, we have been providing high quality education to students seeking HTML5 professional certification, and have been actively engaged in activities that contribute to the development of web professionals and the expansion of the HTML5 business.From March 6 to March 10, 2017, we offered an intensive course, "Practical HTML5 Application Development," which was open to the general public.

In his lecture, Chairman Narui cited the example of Steve Jobs of Apple Inc.'s early adoption of HTML5 in 2010, which led to his success, and the fact that many companies have migrated their internal core systems to HTML5 in recent years.HTML5 is a language that can achieve them.We hope you will take up the challenge of acquiring the qualifications," he called out.