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A2 – Offshore Wind Project Development

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 nine 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.

<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): It will vary from time to time, but the program will be held from 7:00 am to 3:00 pm, with a visit from Nagasaki City to Goto City and ending in Nagasaki City.

<Tuition Fee(TAX included, YEN)>

Offshore Wind Project Development, 2 days(40% discount for Webinar)
○General:150,000 Yen(90,000 Yen)
○Member of MarineCluster Association(※1):100,000 Yen(60,000 Yen)
○Company located inNagasaki Pref.(※2):100,000 Yen(60,000 Yen)
○Member and Nagasakilocal company:50,000 Yen(30,000 Yen)

On-Site course (Extra charge)
○1 day trip to Goto island, 20,000 Yen (ferry, sea taxi, lunch etc, included)
○1 day trip in Nagasaki city, 8,000 Yen (Charterd bus, lunch etc, included)

(※Transportation expences to and from Nagasaki city or accomodation expences are NOT included in the fee above.)

※1:means special or general member of Nagasaki Marine Industry Cluster Association.
※2:means the company which headquater or head office is located in Nagasaki prefecture.

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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.

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 Welcome Coffee
9:00 Orientation
9:15 LE01 Offsho Wind Introduction
LE02 Project Development
LE03 Project Finance and Financial Modeling
LE04 Permitting and Site Selection
LE05 Design and Engineering
LE06 Fablication and Installation
LE07 Operation and Maintenance
LE08 Contracting Strategies, Types and Structures
WS01~WS05 The game, from site selection for an offshore wind farm, business development, financing, construction, operation and finally decommitioning in a domestic and oversea  waters in 3 or 4 groups.
17:00 END(If it is held in Nagasaki, a reception will be held after the first day’ course.)

(※LE=Lecture / WS=Workshop)

<Day2>
8:30 30min Welcome Coffee
9:00 start
    It is still being prepared
16:00 END

(※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
The tour will depart from the Ohato Ferry Terminal in Nagasaki City, visit Gotō, and then return to Nagasaki City, where it will be dismissed around 3:00 pm. Details will be posted on the website as they are confirmed.

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