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A2 – Offshore Wind Project Development

In order to prevent the spread of coronavirus, we are offering the course online for the time being.

This course will provide you with a set of knowledge to manage and work on projects.

The course covers farm life cycle, bidding, consortium structuring, farm design, assembly, transportation, profitability management, HSE and more.
In addition to the eight lectures, the course includes group work on wind farm development and operations management. Working in teams, students will simulate site selection, layout decisions, logistics and assembly, installation, operation and insurance. We will learn about profitability and risks in a concrete way by carrying out the project.
We also provide a workshop that utilizes a VR system to learn more about each component of the offshore wind turbine and learn about the hazards and the risks of offshore work.

”On-Site” is a hands-on training program that is unique to Nagasaki, which has actual sea areas.

We are planning to visit offshore wind turbines and their installation vessels, have an exchange meeting with fishermen who live in harmony with offshore wind turbines in Goto, acquire data using offshore floating observation equipment and experience ROV operation, etc.

Here’s what some of the participants from across the country saying about the Offshore Wind Project Development Course.

Even though it was only two days, it was a systematic program with a lot of useful information for future business execution. (Major shipbuilding company)
It was a very useful course to learn concrete and practical contents for business development. (Renewable Energy Developer)
I think VR video is a very useful tool. Not only the visual representation and images, but also the sounds of waves and wind turbines were reproduced, which I felt made the simulation very close to reality. (Renewable Energy Developer)
I learned a lot from the lecturers who are actually involved in the development of offshore wind. All the lectures were meaningful, but I felt I learned a lot, especially about manufacturing and construction methods. (Technical consultant)
The lecture materials and explanations were easy to understand and I felt that the seminar was very good to learn. (Oil exploration)
The course was very useful for me to learn concrete and practical contents of business development. I think the course will be even more valuable if the workshop program is added to this content in a real lecture room. (Renewable Energy Developer)


<Schedule>

Day 1: 9am-5pm (followed by a social event in the Academy. (Drinks and light refreshments will be provided)
Day 2: 9am – 4pm.
Day 3 (on-site program): Depart Nagasaki Port 07:40am, visit Goto Island, exchange views with the fisheries cooperative, etc., and arrive at Nagasaki Port 18:15 (dismissal possible in Goto City)

<Tuition Fee

Offshore Wind Project Development:Tuition Fee(PDF)≫

※Registration closes four business days prior to the first day of the course.

Date and Application

Target Participant

A member or leader of a team that assesses processes, feasibility and risk across the business, including power producers, financial institutions and EPC contractors.

* We will be inviting outside lecturers who are at the forefront of the offshore wind industry, including a lawyer, experts in finance and offshore construction etc.

Goal

You will gain an understanding of the entire lifecycle of offshore wind farm and gain the knowledge to manage the project, pull together the supply chain and make the project a success.

Content

<Day1>
8:30 30min Opening the room, welcome coffee
9:00 30min Orientation and self-introduction
9:30 LE01 30min Offshore wind introduction
10:00 LE02 30min Project development
10:30 10min Break
10:40 LE03 50min Project finance and financial modelling
Guest lecturer:PwC Advisory, Partner
11:30 LE04 45min Permitting and site selection
12:15 55min Lunch break
13:10 WS01 45min Case: Game phase I – Team strategy and site selection
13:55 LE05 45min Design and engineering
14:40 WS02 30min Case: Game phase II – Wind Turbine and Support Structure Selection
15:10 10min Break
15:20 LE06 50min Fabrication and installation
Guest lecturer:Fukada Salvage, Offshore Engineering Specialist
16:10 WS03 45min Case: Game phase III – Installation Planning and Logistics
16:55 35min Learning offshore wind turbine by Virtual Reality(VR)
17:30 Information exchange and Networking

(※LE=Lecture / WS=Workshop)

<Day2>
8:30 30min Opening the room, welcome coffee
9:00 10min Summary of Day1, and Day2’s orientation
9:10 LE07 50min Operation and maintenance
Guest lecturer:WPD Japan
10:00 WS04 45min Case: Game phase IV – Wind Farm Operator
10:45 10min Break
10:55 LE08 60min Contracting strategies, types and structures
Guest lecturer:Mori Hamada & Matsumoto, Partner
11:55 65min Lunch break
13:00 WS05 45min Case: Game phase V – Contracting and finance
13:45 45min Preparation for team presentations
14:30 15min Break
14:45 60min Presentations and open discussion forum
15:45 15min Wrap-up session
16:00 End of the course

(※LE=Lecture / WS=Workshop)

Venue

●Offshore Wind Project Development
Second Floor, Research and Development Promotion Organization, Bunkyo Campus, Nagasaki University, 1-14 Bunkyo-machi, Nagasaki 852-8521, Japan

●On-site program
Depart Nagasaki Port 07:40am, visit Goto Island, exchange views with the fisheries cooperative, etc., and arrive at Nagasaki Port 18:15 (dismissal possible in Goto City)

Date and Application

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