Public Private Partnership (PPP) Master Class: Kigali, Rwanda - September 17-20, 2019 - ResearchAndMarkets.com

DUBLIN--()--The "Public Private Partnership (PPP) Master Class" conference has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.

The Master Class is intended to provide a wide variety of practical knowledge and skills to those engaged in PPP projects including in the following areas:

  • Capacity building
  • Risk appraisal
  • Basics of financial modeling
  • Prioritizing the projects
  • Promoting the projects
  • Communication and negotiation skills

Supported by appropriate case studies and group exercises in power, transport (roads, rail, airports, ports), urban regeneration, real estate, water and sewerage, and environment etc, it will benefit professionals supporting or promoting projects in the market, or those engaged in seeking finance from Multilaterals and Banks and those engaged in bidding or contracting from the private sector.

Case Studies and Group Exercises

There will be a good number of Case Studies during this 4 day course, detail to be adjusted according to Pre-course Questionnaires.

The case studies can include:

  • World Bank and PPIAF supported projects
  • Sectors include: roads, rail, ports, accommodation, education, airports, urban regeneration, irrigation, power, health, water
  • UK: A mature PPP cycle
  • Egypt: West Nile and Power & Energy
  • South Africa: Gautra in transport rail
  • Nigeria: Roads & power generation & Privatisation

Group Exercises would include localized case studies with group analysis, on Project Risk Appraisal, Negotiating for a World Bank Loan, Negotiating for a Bank Support or Loan, Building a PPP Airport or

Port, Building a Community Centre or Public Amenity Project, etc

Led by internationally recognised expert trainer with 37 years of PPP, Projects, and construction law experience.

Who Should Attend:

The Master Class is intended to provide a wide variety of practical knowledge and skills to those who have engaged or may engage in PPP projects.

In the public sector, this course will benefit:

  • PPP units, Privatisation Departments and relevant agencies
  • Ministries of Finance, Transport, Power, Health, Public Works and etc
  • Other ministries and agencies concerned with social or economic infrastructure as well as provincial and local government officials

In the private, legal and banking sectors, this course will benefit:

  • Project managers, surveyors, accountants and engineers who wish to understand more on PPP projects
  • Lawyers who wish to improve their understanding and practice of PPPs
  • Bankers and financial professionals involved in infrastructure finance
  • Construction companies and developers involved with PPPs

Agenda:

Course Format

This course will be a highly interactive and participative workshop where participants will be encouraged to discuss their own practice and compare it to others and recognised best practice. Case studies and group exercises will form an important part of the workshop and participants will be encouraged to discuss and reflect on their own organisations practices and ways to improve them.

Pre-Course Questionnaire

Our expert trainer Marshall would like to customize the class based on your specific needs. Pre-Course Questionnaire will be sent to you prior to the workshop to complete. Mr. Levine will analyze in advance and address the issues during the course.

Course Outline (4-day)

  1. An Overview of PPP (Definition, Rationales, Championing etc)
  2. Structuring PPP and Building Capacity
  3. Planning for PPP (Feasibility Studies, Process Check List, Analyzing Investment Decisions)
  4. Legal Issues in Setting up and Running PPP
  5. Procurement Process (Bidding, Evaluation & Selection)
  6. Communication and Stakeholder Relations
  7. Sector Application (Water, Hospitals, Roads, Prisons etc)
  8. Government Prioritization - Selecting Projects, Budgeting
  9. PPP Risk Identification, Mitigation and Allocation
  10. Financing PPP's, VGF, Multi-Lateral Agencies
  11. Implementing and Closing PPPs
  12. Privatisation of Infrastructure
  13. Contract Management, Monitoring & Evaluation

There will be a good number of Case Studies during this 4-day course, and the choices may be adjusted according to feedback on Pre-course Questionnaires.

The case studies can include:

  • World Bank and PPIAF supported projects
  • US and Caribbean: roads, ports, container terminals, airports and urban regeneration
  • UK: mature PPP
  • Egypt: West Nile and Power & Energy
  • South Africa: Gautrain transport rail
  • Nigeria: Power generation
  • Ghana: Off the start block.

Group Exercises would include Project Risk Appraisal, Negotiating for a World Bank Loan, Negotiating for a Bank Support or Loan, Building a PPP Airport or Port, Building a Community Centre or Public Amenity Project.

For more information about this conference visit https://www.researchandmarkets.com/r/2xhlb5

Contacts

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Related Topics: Construction

Contacts

ResearchAndMarkets.com
Laura Wood, Senior Press Manager
press@researchandmarkets.com
For E.S.T Office Hours Call 1-917-300-0470
For U.S./CAN Toll Free Call 1-800-526-8630
For GMT Office Hours Call +353-1-416-8900
Related Topics: Construction