R-300 Utility Management Best Practices (April 29-May 10, 2019)

Course Offering:

Dates: April 29–May 10, 2019

Location: Washington, DC

Tuition: $5,500

Code: 5104-WA

CEUs: 6.0




For developing economies, adequate utility services continue to be a key factor in the pace of economic growth. To ensure delivery of these services now and in the future, countries require effective techniques to manage their business operations, including interaction with regulatory authorities.

This course reviews current topics in management that are of direct relevance to the efficient running of utilities. This course offers a set of tools, techniques, and models to manage both private-owned and state-owned utilities.

Participants acquire the conceptual basis and skills to work within economically regulated environments, understanding current hot topics like:

  • The main price/tariff setting techniques
  • How to promote innovation and utilities efficiency
  • How to ensure the best quality of the service delivery

Through presentations, case studies, and on-site meetings with local utilities, participants gain knowledge and skills that are used to develop action plans for utility management in their own countries.


Learning Outcomes:

  • Examine latest trends, successes, and failures in utility management
  • Compare standards of various utilities with world-renowned utilities across the world
  • Classify utility business interests within a regulatory environment
  • Understand the different models to analyze and propose rates for utilities
  • Design a utility management action plan