Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) are an important route to the delivery of a wide range of social, economic and administrative infrastructure in many countries throughout the world, leveraging private sector expertise, resources and finance.
Senior officials charged with financing and implementing PPPs need to understand the complex issues, arrangements and oversight required to navigate through a PPP project cycle, as part of a national PPP programme that has implications for fiscal, budget and debt management.
This 1-week course will build a fundamental knowledge in PPPs and examine some pertinent issues in the effective governance and management of PPPs. Delegates will gain an appreciation of the political and business environment factors at play, and what constitutes an effective PPP framework, both central to understanding what drives and what should underpin all PPP projects. They will learn about the challenges that PPPs address, and PPP solution approaches and contract types that are central to identifying a PPP project pipeline, where screening and appraising a PPP, including ascertaining value for money and assessing climate, environmental and social factors and impact, are critical activities.
This course will also examine good practice relating to finance, risk and performance. Delegates will explore how PPPs are financed, the banks perspective on a PPP, what makes a PPP bankable and what financial instruments and arrangements may come into play when financing and re-financing a PPP. They will learn about PPP project risk and how to allocate risk between public and private parties in a well-structured PPP, and about key requirements for a sound contract management framework that sets the boundaries for the effective performance of a PPP.
This is week one of The PPP, Procurement and Contract Management Toolkit.
On completion, you will be able to:
- Take a leadership role in ensuring the effective governance of PPPs and establishing a sound PPP framework and project pipeline
- Appreciate how to leverage the expertise of the private sector and allocate risk in a PPP, to ensure risk is shared appropriately between public and private parties
- Explain make a project suitable to the PPP modality, and outline how to appraise a PPP and assess value of money
- Outline how Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) factors impact on and can be advanced by PPPs
- Understand public financial management issues and accounting approaches applied to PPPs
- Explain bank and investor expectations when seeking to finance a PPP, and what constitutes a bankable PPP
- Overview of PPPs, the enabling environment and contract types
- Governance of PPPs and the PPP Framework
- PPP Project Pipeline and budget and debt management implications
- PPP Project Procurement Cycle
- Financing PPPs – options, issues and solutions
- PPP Outputs, Performance and Payment
- PPP Project Risk - Structuring a PPP / Risk Allocation
All courses will be conducted entirely in English. A proficient level of both spoken and written English is required by all delegates so that they are able to fully benefit from the course and participate in our interactive style of training.