Human Resources Development and Training
Kinden Technical Training Center
Dedicated "to the integrated development of mind, skills and body"
The Kinden Technical Training Center was established in 1954 to train Kansai Electric Power technicians. And today, over half a century later, it remains dedicated to the goals it was founded to achieve - integrating the mind, skills and body of every trainee who passed through its gates.

Located on a spacious site of almost 19,000 square meters, the Center features a complete lineup of educational and training equipment, systems and facilities designed to provide new Kinden employees with a thorough working understanding of the network and general construction of electrical systems . But whatever the individual contents, all training programs are structured around three basic principles - maximizing quality, safety and efficiency.

Kinden Technical Training Center
Kinden Technical Training Center
Human Resources Development Center
In Kansai ,we have the Kinden Technical Training Center. In Kanto , we have the Human Resources Development Center
Kansai has the Kinden Technical Training Center. Kanto has the Human Resources Development Center.

Located in the city of Inzai in Chiba Prefecture, the Center has served as Kinden's employee training facilities for central and northern Japan for the last 10 years. Slightly larger than its Kansai counterpart at almost 20,000 square meters, the site features a dormitory, gymnasium, athletic field and tennis courts as well as a completely equipped training building.

Aerial photo of the Human Resources Development Center (Inzai, Chiba Prefecture)
Aerial photo of the Human Resources Development Center (Inzai, Chiba Prefecture)
Seminars focusing on the use of Center equipment and systems Seminars focusing on the use of Center equipment and systems
Seminars focusing on the use of Center facilities and systems
This training center , of course, is the center of all employees' training program. It features a comprehensive lineup of facilities and equipment designed to simulate a wide range of technologies - basic to specialized - and hands-on training facilities to give recruits the best possible preparation for their future skill responsibilities .
Human Resources Development and Training Abroad
Cooperation and support in the transfer of technology abroad
Kinden first began its support of human resources training abroad in 1972. Since then, Kinden has hosted numerous trainees from a range of countries, including Indonesia, Singapore, Malaysia, Philippines , Vietnam, Brazil and Mongolia. The trainees who study technology at Kinden thrive as leaders in electrical engineering in their home countries, but also serve as citizen ambassadors thanks to their positive understanding of Japan.

Trainees engaged in practical study Trainees engaged in practical study
Trainees engaged in practical study
Vietnam Le Thi Hong Gam  Classroom (Kinden Technical Center)
Vietnam Le Thi Hong Gam Classroom (Kinden Technical Center)
In July 2014, Kinden joined forces with SUMITOMO CORPORATION to offer technological support in Myanmar via the Myanmar AGTI (Association of Government Technical Institute) . This effort resulted in establishment of the Sakura-Insein Technical Course at the GTI Insein Campus, a facility offering vocational training in electrical work in the city of Yangon. In terms of training equipment, the facility has developed teaching materials modeled after Kinden Technical Training Center , our educational facility in Japan, with training offered through courses for Power Transmission/Distribution Works and General Electrical Works. The first class of 38 students graduated from the course in March 2015. Graduates will work for companies involved in electrical work in Myanmar, with their efforts contributing to the country's development.
Trainees engaged in practical study Trainees engaged in practical study
Trainees engaged in practical study
Completion ceremony for the first graduating class of the Sakura-Insein Technical Course
Completion ceremony for the first graduating class of the Sakura-Insein Technical Course
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