Online Training Course Overview
After the Covid-19 pandemic, and the dramatic drop in oil prices, government finance in developing countries will be in even shorter supply. As happened after the global financial crisis, many governments may have been hollowed out by the bail-out obligations they have taken on from the private sector. In these circumstances, do Public Private Partnerships hold some of the answers for how infrastructure development can continue where it is so badly needed?
This highly participative one-day online training event will help participants who are planning the development of new major projects, such as dams, power generation plants, water treatment facilities and new industrial cities, to consider the PPP as a contracting mechanism for new infrastructure.
This AZTech online training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- Public policy makers
- Infrastructure planners
- Public Finance managers
- Contracts Engineers
- Contracts Administration Professionals
- Contract Managers
- Commercial Managers
- Procurement Department members
- Anyone responsible for negotiating, drafting and preparing infrastructure contracts
The Course Content
Online Training Course Outline
Amongst a wide range of valuable topics, the following will be prioritised:
- What is a public private partnership and what problems does it try to address?
- How do PPPs differ from other mega-projects for infrastructure?
- What is and is not a PPP?
- Typical PPP structures
- How does the finance work in a PPP?
- What are the major risks in setting up and operating a PPP?
- How can we measure the benefits from using a public private partnership?
- What happens when the PPP contract ends?
The Course Schedule
First Session : 11:00 – 12:30
1st Break : 12:30 – 12:45
Second Session : 12:45 – 14:15
2nd Break : 14:15 – 14:30
Third Session : 14:30 – 16:00
- An AZTech e-Certificate for delegates who attend and complete the online training course