Bidding and tendering for PPP projects
Often aligned with tendering, PPP (Public-Private-Partnership) or PFI (Private Funding Initiative) projects are becoming an increasingly important way of funding significant projects. PPP projects cover various forms of cooperation (joint ventures, partnerships, outsourcing etc.) where the private and public sector put together their resources to achieve a specific objective. PFI is a method of providing funds for major capital investments where private firms are contracted to complete and manage the projects.
PPP projects are most useful where the private sector can more effectively carry out the project than the public sector would do. In an ideal scenario the result is the best quality service provided for the public.
Suitability - who should attend?
• Lawyers employed in business or government
• Project finance executives
• Project consultants
• Public sector managers
• Potential bidders
• Scheme promoters
Aims of the course
Managing PPP contracts and looking at the financial drivers including value for money and cash flow, project finance, accounting treatment for PPP/PFI and other Complex Projects.
Training Course Content
This training course is designed to cover the following headings
• Evaluating PPP opportunities
• Complete understanding of the tendering process
• Managing the bid team
• Development and writing successful bids
• Communications of key inputs and outputs
• Risk assessment and mitigation
• Negotiation skills
1st - 12th June 2015 / 30th May - 10th June 2016: Dubai
10th – 21st August 2015 / 8th – 19th August 2016: London
31st November - 11th December 2015 / 28th November - 9th December 2016: South Africa - Cape Town
Two weeks training: £3,850
One week course: £2,200