Mission of "Sozosha Design"
Not just vocational schools but even colleges and a majority of specialty higher education facilities focus their educational goals first and foremost on specialized knowledge and skills.
At Sozosha, we implement an original curriculum through short-term intensive classes and workshops for each subject of study, major and course level in order to effectively refine your specialized knowledge and skills. But what makes Sozosha special is also what makes it different from other schools: Sozosha's aims are greater.
One of those aims is teaching you how to apply your specialized knowledge and skills as a base for creating your own "problem-resolution ability." Our goal is to rear individuals with the ability to take one theme (problem), classify and analyze it from various angles and be able to collaborate effectively with other individuals in presentations and proposals.
With only a blank slate, we train your ability to consider what is being asked for and nurture your "theme creating ability." For Sozosha, one of our main objectives is developing a desire to use your design powers towards creating an abundantly richer society.
For example, to give a starving person a fish may be very noble. But at Sozosha, we believe that to teach a person to fish is much more valuable.
Holding onto your lofty goals, considering what it is you were meant to do, tackling each problem that comes along your way, and learning the skills and knowledge that is in short supply. Nurturing and developing this attitude is what characterizes Sozosha's ultimate educational goals.