Please be aware of the following points regarding applications for the first half of the fiscal year 2024 at the Nagasaki Ocean Academy:
Applications for the second half of the fiscal year (October to March 2025) will be opened as soon as the schedule is determined.
Starting from the fiscal year 2024, there will be a revision of the tuition fees, so please confirm and apply accordingly.
In the second half of the fiscal year, the following courses will not be held: “A2 Offshore Wind Project Development Course,” “A3 Certification, Insurance and Finance Course,” “C2 EPC Project Management Course,” and “C3 Offshore Wind HSE Basic Course.” Please apply for these courses in the first half of the year.
The planned number of course sessions for the second half of the year at the current stage is as follows.
However, please note that this may change depending on future circumstances:
“A0 Half-Day Introductory Course” and “A1 General Course” each 2 sessions
“A4 Floating Offshore Wind Power Generation Course” and “A5 Wind and Sea Conditions Observation, Analysis, and Power Generation Forecast Course” each 1 session
“C1 Subsea Ground Survey, Analysis, and Offshore Construction Course” and “C4 Foundation Course of Power Transmission Systems” each 1 session
Engineering Advancement Association of Japan (ENAA) and its member companies will produce the content and serve as the lecturers.
In the process of implementing offshore wind power projects in Japan, it is inevitable that foreign companies will enter into the project stakeholders such as operators, contractors, construction companies, and wind turbine manufacturers. In such an environment, we need to understand the safety management in foreign countries where offshore wind power projects are being implemented ahead of our own, and then ask ourselves, “What are the barriers to applying established overseas safety management practices to projects in Japan? What preparations must we make to ensure the safety of offshore wind projects in Japan?”. The course will provide up-to-date, real-world information and knowledge, including insights gained from the Taiwan project and many examples of problems and experiences related to offshore wind power generation that have occurred overseas.
Offshore Wind HSE Basic Course Day 1
※LE=Lectrure / WS=Workshop
・Self-introduction ＋ icebreaker
・What are the special characteristics of offshore wind power?
・Flow of offshore operations
・Impact of accident occurrence
・Onboard disease (COVID) response
・Health management on board
・Permit To Work（PTW）
HSE Requirements（Construction management）
・Personal Protective Equipment（PPE）
・Working at Height
|End of the 1st day
Offshore Wind HSE Basic Course Day 2
※LE=Lectrure / WS=Workshop
・HSE moment/Review Day 1
HSE Requirements（Construction Management）
・Personal Protective equipment（PPE）
|Qualifications required for offshore wind power projects
|Incident Case Study
|Initiatives toward zero accidents
|Comprehensive overview, Q&A
|End of the 2nd day
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