An Intensive 2-day Training Course
PPP (Public Private Partnership)
Introduction to Managing, Negotiating, and Dispute Resolutions Tactic
Public Private Partnership (PPP) market is gaining ground successfully over decades. The way to build true partnerships between the public and private sector is to help countries fill the infrastructure gap by accessing more private capital and expertise. PPP improve efficiency and service delivery to users and gain access to new expertise and technology, reducing annual costs of infrastructure to the government, and freeing up the fiscal space.
PPP can mobilize private sector investment and expertise to provide much-needed infrastructure and public services. It can transform government departments and contracting authorities from being owners and operators of assets into knowledgeable purchasers of services from the private sector. However, with more than 110 countries competing for PPP funding and expertise, success depends on the development of public and private sector capacity and understanding of PPP.
This Oxford Management Centre training course will highlight:
- Best Practice for managing a PPP Project from the perspective of the Government as well as from the perspective of the private sector entity
- The Lessons we can learn from PPP Successes and Failures
- Dispute resolution role in managing PPP contracts
This PPP (Public Private Partnership) training course will enhance your ability to better understand the essentials of PPP, including the ability to determine whether PPP is the best vehicle for your projects, and to ensure that you have in place the contract terms and contract management techniques to ensure long-term success.
At the end of this PPP (Public Private Partnership) training course, you will learn to:
- Understand Public Private Partnership including, scope, infrastructure, structure and type of PPP contract
- Analyze and evaluate project proposals to decide whether they are suitable for PPP
- Apply best practice in procurement, promoting transparency, fairness, and "bankability"
- Develop and enhance the ability to negotiate effectively PPP project to secure and maintain political and public confidence in PPP
- Understand where contractual disputes are most likely to arise, and how to deal with them through applying dispute resolution mechanisms
In this PPP (Public Private Partnership) training course, our expert presenter draws on practical experience and extensive discussion with policy makers, Ministers, Law Officers, PPP Units, private sector contractors and funders in Africa, Middle East, and around the world. This GLOMACS training course blends presentations with practical case studies and interactive exercises to ensure that participants have ample opportunity to discuss, challenge and understand the key principles of PPP.
Success can be learned, and failures avoided, by examining others' experience. Throughout this training course, we draw on practical examples of best practice and well-documented failures to maximize your team's chances of success. Through practical examples, open discussion and interactive exercises, your team can gain the skills and confidence to deliver successful PPP.
At the end of this PPP (Public Private Partnership) training course, the participants will gain the following;
- A clear understanding of Public Private Partnership (PPP) and its types
- Drafting, negotiating and managing performance of high quality PPP contracts
- Being able to establish PPP framework and develop a good risk mitigation techniques
- Better understanding the contract agreement and learning from case study
- Accurately and confidently deciding how best to respond to delays, problems or unforeseen events by applying dispute resolution strategy
Who Should Attend?
This Oxford Management Centre training course is specifically designed for central government bodies and contracting authorities considering PPP to address infrastructure or public service requirements.
This PPP (Public Private Partnership) training course is suitable to a wide range of professionals but will greatly benefit:
- PPP Unit Officials and Advisors
- Corporate Professionals
- Government Officials
- Transactional Advisors
- Procurement Specialists
- Specialists Legal Advisors
- Project Management Professionals
PPP Contracts and Management
- PPP in a Globally Competitive Market
- PPP vs. Privatization
- PPP Models and Structures
- Contracts Formation and Termination
- Drafting of PPP Contracts
- PPP Appraising and Risk
Negotiating PPP Contracts & Dispute Resolutions
- Why PPP framework is important?
- The arts of negotiating PPP contracts- the Dos and Don’ts
- Governing Law and Jurisdiction
- Force Majeure or Relief Events - keeping your PPP on track
- Understanding where Disputes are most likely to arise
- Dispute resolutions in PPP contracts: Arbitration, Mediation, Expert-Determination
Oxford Management Centre Certificate will be provided to delegates who successfully completed the training course.