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The FITech Wind Power Webinar will be organised on 16 May – register soon!

Published 25.4.2024
Picture of wind turbines.

The free FITech Wind Power webinar takes place on Thursday, 16 May, 2024 at 1-2 pm.

The webinar is organised by FITech Network University, Aalto University, Finnish Wind Power Association, OX2, and Despro Engineering Oy. The webinar is free of charge for the participants and it is organised on Zoom.

The wind power project development requires skilled professionals for various tasks. Their expertise should cover the technical, economical, and societal requirements, as well as environmental and nature-related requirements. Education and past experience in the energy industry provide a great foundation, but also individuals from various other educational backgrounds can transition into the industry with additional training, such as those with background in biology, geography, meteorology, or social sciences.

Come and learn about the career opportunities in wind power project development and the types of professionals needed in the field! Could the wind power industry be a fit for you and where can you find relevant education? Registration for the webinar.

Participating in the webinar

Hannele Holttinen, Professor of Practice, Aalto University
Heidi Paalatie, Director of Operations, Finnish Wind Power Association
Iko Järnberg, Head of Renewables, Despro Engineering Oy
Ilona Välimaa, Permit Manager – Offshore Wind, OX2
Sanna Viitanen, Chief Operating Officer, FITech Network University


Funded by The Service Centre for Continuous Learning and Employment.Funded by the European Union - NextGenerationEU.

The training has been funded by the European Union’s Recovery and Resilience Facility (RRF), which is the key instrument of the EU’s Recovery Facility (NextGenerationEU). The financing has been granted by the Service Centre for Continuous Learning and Employment. The Service Centre promotes the competence development of working-age people and the availability of skilled labour. The operations of the Service Centre are overseen by the Ministry of Education and Culture and the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Employment.

Read more about the FITech Wind Power study module.

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