Dates: March 27-April 7, 2017
Location: Washington, DC
The objective of the PPP Fundamentals: Strategies, Methods, and the PPP Cycle course is to provide participants with a comprehensive overview of publicprivate partnership (PPP) procurement and project structuring. In this course, the Institute for Public- Private Partnerships, A Tetra Tech Company (IP3), will cover key topics, such as the definition and rationale of the PPP procurement option; prefeasibility and screening processes; financial and contractual planning; procurement, negotiation, and monitoring procedures; and institutional requirements. The course will also offer an introduction to the financial aspects of project structuring, including project finance and the core elements of PPP bankability.
This course is an introduction to the basic policy and institutional issues involved in PPP procurement and project design and is required for more advanced training in this field.
- Understanding how to design, implement, and monitor a PPP program.
- Determining value for money (VfM) and designing a public sector comparator model to evaluate PPP options.
- Applying best practices in conducting financial, economic, and technical feasibility studies.
- Analyzing case study experiences in structuring bankable PPP deals.
- Evaluating risk identification, mitigation, and allocation among parties involved in a PPP project.
- Engaging in a simulated PPP prefeasibility analysis, transaction negotiation, or monitoring exercise.
- Creating a detailed, strategic PPP action plan to help you apply learning outcomes on the job.