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Workshop on PPP Project Planning

Private-public partnership could be lenghthy and is vital for private companies to understand the risk management challenges in these project beforehand.

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Course Structure

  • Definitions and Terminology: What is a PPP and a Special Purpose Vehicle?
  • Motivation: Why consider a PPP(public & private perspective?)
  • Some PPP experiences to date: Where has PPP been used and what are the patterns of success and failure?
  • Project Structuring, Risk transference and analysis
  • Financial and cost modelling of PPP projects
  • Dashboard monitoring systems
  • PPP Contract Failure Modes
  • PPP Experience in Asia
  • The PPP Process:
    • Project Identification and Screening
    • Appraisal and Review
    • Structuring
    • Tendering
    • Contract and Change
    • Management:
      • Construction
    • Contract and Change Management:
      • Operations

Target Audience

Middle Level Manager, Senior Level Executive, C-Level Management


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T: 0117719874


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