Offshore wind personnel work in a challenging environment where being able to understand, and safely and effectively implement operational procedures is critical.
To ensure success, staff training needs to be specific, simulate actual conditions, and be delivered by people with real industry experience.
CWind Taiwan’s parent company CWind, has a wealth of experience delivering offshore wind training. Cooperating with iconic state-owned companies such as TIPC, Taipower and CSBC, we invested in Taiwan International Windpower Training Center (TIWTC) to develop a self-sufficient and sustainable industry through fostering local talents. Leading Taiwan’s offshore wind industry move ahead of market demand, we aim to train technicians and personnels to acquire technical capabilities and safety awareness to work offshore.
Taiwan International Windpower Training Center (TIWTC) is a one-stop-shop offering a range of industry standard and bespoke GWO accredited courses from basic safety training to advanced bespoke HSE programmes for specialists. We create the most realistic wind energy experience possible, short of actually stepping onto an offshore installation. GWO represents the interests of a group of leading WTG OEM’s and it is mandatory to have completed their safety training course to work in any of their turbines offshore in any capacity.
Through TIWTC, we deliver these courses, developed in partnership with a diverse range of facility owners, managers and course content providers, to our own technicians as well as for others across the industry.
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On behalf of the CWind Taiwan team, we would like to give you an update on the measures we are taking to cope with the effects of COVID-19.
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