Vacancies for Metal Molding Course of Tsu Technical School October 2021

金属成形科 2021年度 10月入校生の募集

2021/07/27 Tuesday Seminars and Events

*Recruitment information in other language (Japanese, Portuguese, Spanish, English) is also available at the bottom of the page.

Target employment place・Contents of work

  • Iron structure = welding, machining and thin metal sheets processing
  • Metal pieces production = welding and press working
  • Architectural sheet metal = sheet metal processing


  1. JIS welding certification (SA-2F basic grade)
  2. Certification of skill training course of gas welding registered by <Mie Labor Bureau Director Registration Teacher Institution (Mie Labor Bureau No. 17-4)>
  3. Certification of safety and health special education in Arc Welding.
  4. Certificate of completion of the Special Grinder and Grinder Replacement Course
  5. Sininging sertipiko ng kurso sa pagsasanay sa kasanayan <Rehistrasyon ng pagsasanay sa institusyon ng Ministry of Labor (Mie Labor Bureau No. 20-2)>
  • Number of participants: 10
  • Training period
    October 7, 2021 (Thursday) – March 4, 2022 (Friday) – 6 months
    (Except Saturdays, Sundays, public holidays and days on which the prescribed training is not conducted)
    Training time: 8:30 ~ 15:40
  • Cost
    Tuition is FREE
    At the time of the entrance procedure, work expenditure, protective equipment, disaster insurance etc. will cost 20,000 yen
    For those who will take the JIS welding license, the exam fee is approx. 26,000 yen
  • Target Participants
    Those who are motivated to acquire skills and find employment in the metal forming department, who fall under any of the following:
    1 – A foreign nationals who have a status of residence with no restrictions on employment activities
    ※ However, they must have a daily conversation level in Japanese, and can read and write Hiragana
    2 – Those who do not have work experience or less experience
  • Vocational training entrance screening
    Those who wish to join the training must participate in the entrance examination.
  1. Entrance Selection Date
    First entry screening: August 30, 2021 (Monday)
    Second entry screening: September 14, 2021 (Tuesday)
    Third Entry screening: September 27, 2021 (Monday)
    (Please note that the second and third screening will not be implemented if the number of participants has already reached the capacity.)
  2. For those who wish to participate in the entrance examination, please consult the Public Employment Security Office (Hello Work).
    In addition, please contact the school by 5 pm the day before the entrance selection day.
  3. The entrance examination content is suitability test, hiragana test, individual interview.
  4. Please come to the Tsu technical school by 9 o’clock on the day of the opening date.
  5. On the examination day be sure to bring:
    Writing material (black ballpoint pen, pencil, eraser)
    Personal Seal (Shachihata model will not be accepted)
    Residence card (only for foreign nationals)
    Hello Work Card and one of the following:
    (1)For those receiving unemployment insurance, the KOYO HOKEN JUKYU SHIKAKUSHA-SHO
    (2) For those who graduated from a new high school, a survey form (for employment)
    (3)Employment consultation card if you graduated from a new junior high school,
    (4) For those other than mentioned above, bring identification card (car license, health insurance card, etc.)
  • Admission procedure
    (1) A school decision notice will be mailed to successful applicants.
    (2) Enclose the enrollment decision notification letter and mail the document “For those planning to enter the school”. Please proceed according to the entrance procedure described in that document.
    (3) We can not respond to inquiries about entry acceptance by phone etc.
  •  Closest access through public transport
    JR= 15 min on foot from Takachaya Station
    Kintetsu= get off at Hisai station, higashi guchi (west exit), take a bus from Sanko bus to Kumozu Koukan-cho or Karasu Koen, get off at Takachaya Danchi Mae and walk for 5 minutes.
  • Place for information, registration and course performing
    〒514-0817 Tsu-shi, Takachaya Komori-cho 1176-2 Mie Kenritsu Tsu Kouto Gijutsu Gakko
    Kinzoku Seikei-ka Nyukou Tanto: Kato, Maeda (people in charge of metal modeling course)
    TEL 059-234-3135  FAX 059-234-3668


Let’s balance the prevention of the coronavirus infection and the prevention of heat stroke

2021/07/27 Tuesday Seminars and Events


Due to the coronavirus preventive measures, the use of face masks had became a common practice.  However, temperature rises during summer, increasing the risk of heat stroke.

If no one is near you, remove your mask temporarily and always stay hydrated.  Take precautions for heatstroke but at the same time maintaining the preventive measures against the coronavirus.

Maintain your health by preventing heat stroke while maintaining the new normal (Ministry of Environment and Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare), only in Japanese.

To prevent heat stroke, follow these preventive measures:

  • If you are more than 2 meters away from other people outdoors, remove your mask.
  • When wearing a mask, avoid strenuous exercise.
  • Even if you’re not thirsty, don’t forget to stay hydrated (the recommendation is to drink 6 glasses of water, about 1.2 liters, a day).
  • Even if the air conditioner is turned on, keep the room ventilated (normally, home air conditioners circulate indoor air but do not ventilate the room).
  • Exercise daily to keep your body healthy enough to resist the heat.

Things You Should Know About Heat stroke

  • If the heat stroke alert was issued, stop physical exercise and go to a cool place (if the forecast indicates that there is a high possibility of heat stroke in places with high temperature, the heat stroke alert will be issued in the morning of the same day or in the afternoon of the previous day).
  • About 80% of deaths from heat stroke are in the elderly over 65 years of age.
  • More than half of heat strokes of aged 65 and over occurs at home.

Elderly people, children and people with disabilities are more susceptible to heat stroke.  Authorities asks for your help to raise awareness to everyone about heat stroke.