Public Private Partnership

Code: 
SV19
Course duration: 
2 Weeks
Tuition fee: 
USD 2,500.00
Unit: 
Public Sector Capacity Building

​This course ​description ​is indicative, and only for reference ​purposes. The course is not scheduled unless advertised in our calendar. If you are interested in this course​,​ or require a customized course​ that is similar to this​, please note that ​fees start from USD ​25,000 for a two-week course. This fee is for a customized course for ten or fewer participants. For additional participants, the fee is USD 2500 ​per participant.

​For these fees, the client may customize the course to the precise needs ​of the client's organization. Scheduling will be in consultation with the client.

Rational:Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) schemes have widely become policy and economic tools for many governments to provide essential services and infrastructures. Even though they have been introduced and implemented over the past two decades in Asia and the other regions, there have been, however, numbers of PPP projects financially failed or not fulfilled their initial objectives due to various reasons such as economic crisis, political and social resistance. As a result, there remains continuing interests from many stakeholders including government, civil society, private sector and non- governmental organizations on how to plan, structure and implement the PPP projects successfully. In order to handle with these challenges, AIT Extension designs and organizes a practical training course in the topic of Public Private Partnership (PPP) planning, strategy, structuring and Implementation. The training course is specially designed to help prepare an effective body of knowledge, guideline and framework of the PPP schemes for government and private sector personnel at policy, managerial and senior level.               

Training Objectives:

The overall objective of this training course is to help prepare and strengthen the capacity of participants in the PPP schemes. It also aims to provide the technical and managerial knowledge necessary for the particpants to plan, structure and implementation the PPP projects effectively and efficiently. After completion of this training course, the participants should be able to:

  • understand basic knowledge on the PPP scheme;
  • discuss roles and responsibilities of the stakeholders in PPP projects;
  • apply basic knowledge and best practices from other countries through PPP projects in host countries. 

Target Participants

  • Policy makers
  • Senior government personnel
  • Director and senior management from private infrastructure/ public utility sectors
  • Senior credit analysts from multi-lateral or commercial financial institutions
  • Technical and financial consultants
  • Senior non government organization (NGO) officers

Course Contents:

  • Rationale, aim and motivation for engaging PPP
  • Past experiences and lesson learned from actual successful and failed PPP projects
  • Future trends of PPP
  • Key decision criteria to select public or private provision for a particular infrastructure sector
  • Sector diagnostic: how to assess realistic picture of each service/ infrastructure sector
  • Risk assessment and analysis
  • Stakeholder consultation
  • Sector strategy and sector road map
  • Pre-feasibility and feasibility analysis for short-list PPP projects
  • Investment prioritization of short-list PPP projects
  • Available PPP options
  • Developing appropriate legal, regulatory and policy frameworks to encourage PPP projects
  • Technical enhancement/ technology transfer preparation
  • Institution  structures and capacity building
  • Commercial, financial and economic preparation
  • Labor considerations
  • Procurement and contract preparation/ monitoring
  • Negotiation, start up and PPP renegotiations
  • Practical Case Studies and Field Trip
  • Service sectors
  • Infrastructure/ public utilities sector
  • Observation trips to relevant government agencies and/ or concessionaires involving in PPP projects
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