This Oxford interactive and practical 3-part training seminar on Project Appraisal and Risk Management, comprising 3 distinct 5-day modules, will provide an insight into how procurement organisations can meet the challenge to pick the best projects against a context of limited resources. It will take you through the key stages of project identification, appraisal and ranking / selection, plus expert guidance on risk assessment and management tools to improve project outcomes.
This Oxford Project Appraisal and Risk Management training seminar will focus on the best tools to manage the project appraisal process; identifying, and comparing significant evaluation methodologies ranging from social and developmental policies through environmental and stakeholder factors to the key mechanisms of economic and financial assessment; and systematically exploring the principal risk factors and other key issues that need to be considered in managing the planning of major, long-term, high-value projects.
Exposure to the policy, analytical, economic and funding background for major projects will promote greater understanding of the critical role that project appraisal plays in project procurement.
This Oxford Project Appraisal and Risk Management training seminar will conclude with an in-depth review of the most widely used mechanism for major projects, the public-private partnership (PPP) contract; identifying, assessing and allocating the principal issues in adopting a PPP model.
By the end of this Oxford training seminar, participants will be able to:
- Describe the principal methods of project appraisal
- Appreciate the suitability of differing appraisal techniques for project types
- Analyse the principal policy, evaluation and economic issues common across major projects
- Identify key risk factors and risk management solutions
- Recognise the benefits of the PPP project model