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Honda Technical College Kansai

Associates and students who contributed to this article

Associates and students who contributed to this article

 
From left:
Hiroshi Saotome
Deputy Director
After conducting transmission component research at Honda R&D Co.,Ltd., in 1997 Saotome started work in mass-production development. In 2005, he was transferred to the Honda International Technical School (now Honda Technical College Kanto), where he helped to train engineers in automobile development. Saotome has worked in his current position at Honda Technical College Kansai since 2012.
Naoya Idosaka
Assistant Manager, General Administration Section, Student Life Department, Kansai Campus Environment Office
Joined the Paint Department of Honda's Suzuka Factory in 1989, where he oversaw surface treatment for automobile parts. He moved to Honda Technical College Kansai in 2000, where he worked in the General Administration, Faculty, and Student Divisions before assuming his current position.
Keisuke Hase
Cleanup Committee Chairman and third-year student in the Advanced Automobile Maintenance program
Enrolled in Honda Technical College Kansai in 2011. Ran for Cleanup Committee Chairman in his third year. As elected Chairman, Hase supervises school cleaning and organizes waste separation, among other activities.
Yuta Ishikawa
Cleanup Committee Secretary and third-year student in the Advanced Automobile Maintenance program
Enrolled in Honda Technical College Kansai in 2011. As Secretary of the Cleanup Committee, Ishikawa created and distributed materials explaining the roles of committee members in each class in cleaning for the school festival, waste separation procedures, and the organization of the waste separation area.
Yuto Oki
Cleanup Committee member and third-year student in the Automobile Design program
Enrolled in Honda Technical College Kansai in 2011. As Cleanup Committee member of his class, Oki patrols and checks for unsanitary conditions, and gives instructions for taking out waste. He was in charge of the suspension in the student formula design competition. His team competed in the Formula SAE competition in the U.S., where they finished third in the Cost Analysis event.
Motoya Nakamura
Senior Staff
After graduating from Honda Technical College Kansai, worked as a mechanic in the motorcycle and automobile service department of the Honda Service Center in Sakai. He later went on to build automatic transmissions in the automobile plant of Hamamatsu Factory before joining the Faculty and Student Life Department of Honda Technical College Kanto. Now at Honda Technical College Kansai, Nakamura is an electrical equipment instructor in the Automobile Maintenance program and advisor of the Cleanup Committee.

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