Aspiring operators/operators of companies operating in the wind sector or in sector connected to it.
All participants in a GWO training course must create a WINDA profile on the Global Wind Organisation website in order to obtain an identification code (ID WINDA) which must be provided to the deed of registration.
Participants in the BST (Basic Safety Training) modules must be in good psyco-physical condition and self certified. Should the health conditions change during the training, the work activities must stop immediately unless the participant presents a clearance from the doctor. The training center has the right to exclude a participant from training or examination in the event of doubts about health, fitness or safety attitude.
The objectives of this BST module are to create the necessary skills to carry out safe and effective first aid in the wind turbine industry, in accordance with the GWO standard.
300,00€ per participant (VAT exempt).
- Safety culture and legacy
- Cold water immersion
- Life-saving appliance and PPE
- GMDSS (Global Maritime Distress and Safety System) and SAR (Search and Rescue)
- Practical Sea Survival
- Safe travel and transfer (theory)
- Installations, vessels and WTGs (Wind Turbine Generator)
- Transfer practical
- Test and training review
PPE and Log Book
Participants are required to wear comfortable and functional training clothing, safety shoes.
Who has already the Kong Log Book, should bring it in order to update.
Checks and evaluation
Participants will be assessed on the basis of learning outcomes by direct observation during training and final written test.
The necessary documentation will be provided for the in-depth study of the topics covered.
The courses are conducted with an interactive method, in order to involve the participants, stimulate their interest, encourage discussion on practical cases from their experience.
This allow the course contents to be adapted to the needs of the participants themselves.
Attendance certificates and participants’ evaluation
Participants who, in addition to have attended at least 90% of the hours scheduled for the module, have successfully passed the learning tests, will be issued a certificate valid for the Global Wind Organisation (GWO) standard.
Duration of the GWO certificates of attendance
All the GWO certificates of the modules described above are valid for 24 months.