Managing Hydropower Development

06.11.2016 Laura Bull

Trondheim, Norway, 13–17 March 2017
Application deadline: 25 January 2017
Course fee: NOK 17 000

Recent indications have pointed to an increased need for improved skills related to the administration of energy projects. Frequently a lack of competence, inefficiency, unnecessary bureaucracy, as well as lack of a modern administrative structure has proven to be a hindrance in the implementation of new projects.

Course objectives
To enhance the participants skills and capacities nee- ded to achieve improved performance through good management. To provide relevant training and transfer of experience from countries and projects that have been successfully implemented projects. To achieve an understanding of the importance of an efficient decision making process.

Main topics
• Public Administration (permits, licenses, concessions, requirements for the implementation of energy projects)
• Project Management for power plant construction (Adaptive Management)
• Operation and Maintenance (generation, transmission and distribution)

Target group
The course is aimed at senior professionals dealing with management issues in hydropower and energy projects in general. Executives of power companies, ministries, water resource and energy agencies and management in public and private sector will benefit from this course.

This training will be relevant and useful for senior officers from the public administration as well as from power companies.

Course dates
Participants are expected to arrive in Trondheim on Sunday, 12 March, and leave Trondheim on Saturday 18 March 2017. Information on travel, detailed course programme and other relevant information will be sent to all selected participants in due course.

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