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A5 – EPC Project Management course

● The course will be held at Nagasaki Ocean Academy only.
● The maximum number of the participants will be limited to 16 (in order of application) for group activities.
● Please note that this may be changed to an online-only depending on future circumstances.
● The optional on-site training (tour in Goto islands for offshore wind turbines, installation vessels, meeting with fishermen) will be held on the 3rd day after the two-day course (lectures and workshops).
● Registration closes four business days prior to the first day of the course.

This course provides knowledge and key management points for managing and executing EPC projects through group work.

This course enables participants to effectively acquire management skills related to the design, procurement, construction, and commissioning of offshore wind farms, as well as how to deal with delays in delivery and quality problems, through simulated experience of an offshore wind farm construction project. The course provides up-to-date, real-world information and knowledge necessary to plan, manage, and execute all aspects of an EPC project, from order receipt to completion, throughout its lifecycle. The course provides the knowledge required to plan, manage, and execute all aspects of the EPC project lifecycle, and the key management points for each phase of the project. In particular, risk management, schedule management, port planning, and cost management will be covered in lectures, group work, and presentation and discussion of results. Engineering Advancement Association of Japan and its member companies will produce the content and serve as instructors.

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

Date and Application

EPC Project Management course.【Course held at Nagasaki Ocean Academy only】
●28th of February and 1st of March, 2023.

  • The course will be held at Nagasaki Ocean Academy only.
  • The maximum number of the participants will be limited to 16 (in order of application) for group activities.
  • Please note that this may be changed to an online-only depending on future circumstances.
  • The optional on-site training (tour in Goto islands for offshore wind turbines, installation vessels, meeting with fishermen) will be held on the 3rd day after the two-day course (lectures and workshops).
  • Registration closes four business days prior to the first day of the course.

Schedule, Tuition Fee, and Cancellation Policy

Target Participant

Project managers, members of construction and construction managers of EPC contractors, construction companies, subcontractors, etc. Project managers and construction phase staff of business development companies.

Goal

To understand the knowledge required to plan and control all operations over the lifecycle of EPC project, from award to completion, and the key control points for each phase.

Content

<Day 1 EPC Project Management Course>

9:30 opening45min・Orientation, Grouping
・Self-introduction + ice break in the group
10:15Lecture & Preparation for practical training45minDetailed explanation
・Brief explanation of the project
・EPC Project Management in Offshore Wind
11:00Activity ①110minRisk Management
・Lecture(Lecture 45min):Risks in project execution, case studies

・Assignment(Group Work):Risk identification and assessment, Pre- and post- countermeasures
12:5060minLunch Break
13:50Activity ①60minRisk Management
・Group presentations and intergroup discussion
・Comments by the lecturer
14:50Activity ②100minExecution Plan and Base Port Plan
・Lecture(Lecture 45min):EPC planning, base port functions, offshore construction, and Logistics and supply chain control

・Assignment(Group Work):Base port planning
16:30Activity ②60minExecution Plan and Base Port Plan
・Group presentations and intergroup discussion
・Comments by the lecturer
17:30  Close

<Day 2 EPC Project Management Course>

9:30Activity ③140minSchedule Management
・Lecture(Lecture 45min):EPC schedule for offshore wind, key points of each activity, network, critical path
・Assignment:(Group Work):Identification of impact items, Schedule delays and countermeasures
11:50Activity ③60minSchedule Management
・Group presentations and intergroup discussion
・Comments by the lecturer
12:50 60minLunch break
13:50Activity ④140minCost Management
・Lecture(Lecture 45min):EPC cost for offshore wind, budget overruns and countermeasures
・Assignment(Group Work):Project Execution Budget and Cost Reduction Measures, Actions for budget overruns
16:10Activity ④60minCost Management
・Group presentations and intergroup discussion
・Comments by the lecturer
17:10Wrap up20minSummary, Q&A

<On-Site>
On-site Program Schedule(PDF)≫

Venue

●EPC Project Management course
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

EPC Project Management course.【Course held at Nagasaki Ocean Academy only】
●28th of February and 1st of March, 2023.

  • The course will be held at Nagasaki Ocean Academy only.
  • The maximum number of the participants will be limited to 16 (in order of application) for group activities.
  • Please note that this may be changed to an online-only depending on future circumstances.
  • The optional on-site training (tour in Goto islands for offshore wind turbines, installation vessels, meeting with fishermen) will be held on the 3rd day after the two-day course (lectures and workshops).
  • Registration closes four business days prior to the first day of the course.
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