PPP project management skills development
The overall goal of this program is to provide those individuals responsible for identifying, developing, and monitoring public-private partnership projects (often referred to as “PPP Project Officers”) with the appropriate skills to manage and administer specific PPP project opportunities and programs for their organization. The key responsibilities of PPP Project Officers are to make sure a PPP project happens on time, on budget, and to the required standards — no small feat without the proper training.
Suitability - who should attend?
This course is for people who have either recently moved into a PPP / PFI project team or are already a part of the procurement team. The course takes a more in depth look at the key aspects of project management, in the context of PFI.
Aims of the course
Delegates will learn about PFI/PPP including an explanation of the different structures, an outline of a typical PFI project, potential advantages and disadvantages of PFI and the state of the PFI/PPP market. 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
• Understanding the structures of the PPP/PFI process
• Roles and responsibilities of the project manager
• Project manager’s role during the project
• Inception and feasibility stages
• Contract negotiation
• Procurement skills
• Negotiation skills
• Delivering complex projects
13th - 25th July 2015: Nigeria
5th - 6th January 2015: Dubai & Kenya
20th April - 1st May 2015: London
Two weeks training: £3,850
One week course: £2,200