Risk Management for PPP Projects

Risk Management for PPP Projects

lagos , Nigeria

07 Sep - 09 Sep
Course Details

DURATION

3 Days

LEVEL

Basic/Intermediate

PREREQUISITES

Basic understanding of PPP Framework

COURSE FEE

$ 2350.00

BROCHURE

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All projects aim to successfully deliver products and services to time cost and quality. As a category of Structured Project Finance Deals most Public Private Partnerships aim to develop a countries infrastructure to deliver a public service over a long period of time. The Public Authorities aim to deliver the service and demonstrate Value for Money in public procurement. The Private Sponsors aim to deliver dividends to their shareholders. The Constructors and Facility Operators also aim to deliver value to their shareholders and the Financiers aim to deliver a return to their owners on the provision of debt finance loans. All these PPP Project Stakeholders carry risk in achieving their objectives. Risks are defined as either downside or upside events that may impact on the successful achievement of Stakeholder objectives. This course reviews the general uncertainties and risks involved in PPP Projects from an international perspective and examines in detail the application of Risk Management in the their successful delivery. It reviews a selection of contemporary Case Studies and includes Team Exercises on general aspects of Risk Management in PPP Projects. For further information on this course please contact Reanna Roach, Marketing and Events Co-ordinator at r.roach@pppexperts.com
We use a blend of the most advanced and proven learning methods incorporating key principles of cognitive-social psychology, organisational psychology as well as NLP. Whether you prefer to learn through a cognitive approach or behavioural, our courses are balanced to reflect the different learning styles of our audience. Our training techniques will include;
    • building on participants’ experience through small interactive tutorials, building of a framework of skills or strategies and group discussion, brainstorming and collective workshops in larger groups,
    • simulation/role playing,
    • reflexive practice: skills modelled and replicated through supervised practice, then feedback,
    • basis for further self-study through materials that allow participants to go beyond the initial training,
    • follow-up and self-assessment with trainers after the session,
    • facilitated review and summation of training sessions,
We are here to support your development by employing the most efficient learning styles. If you require any special assistance, please contact us so that we may provide you with the necessary support. You can email us at info@pppexpert.com
The course will be relevant to a wide range of PPP Stakeholders or interested parties from differing backgrounds including:
  • Local and National government authorities
  • Risk Managers
  • Commercial Managers
  • Project Managers
  • Construction Managers
  • Banking and Finance Professionals
  • Legal Professionals
  • Consultants and Advisory services
He is a UK Qualified lawyer with over 20 years of practice. He is a specialist in infrastructure, construction and PPP projects and has advised on many major PPP projects in transport, health, education, defence, accommodation, energy and waste to energy in Europe, the Middle East, the Far East and Africa. He was Head of the UN’s PPP Readiness Task Force (set up to give practical aid and advice to countries in their PPP implementation programmes), is a member of the UNECE PPP Team of Specialists, an associate expert in PPP Capacity Building with UNDP, Chairman of PPP Experts Limited and is a patron of the charity HEART (Helping Empower Africa to Regenerate Together). He has assisted the United Nations Economic and Social Commission in drafting its Transport PPP Guidance documentation and Co-authored the UNECE Guide to Promoting Good Governance in Public Private Partnerships. He has recently carried out a feasibility study for PPP implementation in Mongolia and Uzbekistan on behalf of the Governments and worked with USAID, the Mongolian State Property Committee and its PPP Unit to develop PPP Capacity and the Mongolian Governments PPP documentation as part of USAID’s Economic Policy Reform and Competitiveness Project. He worked on a World Bank Project for training of Government Officials in PPP in India. He has lectured extensively on PPP related topics and has worked with UNDP, United Nations Economic and Social Commission Asia Pacific, U.N.E.C.E , the Moscow School of Economics, the Moscow Financial University, the World Bank, USAID, and Asia Development Bank in the Asia Pacific region and Eastern Europe developing PPP Capacity Building and drafting standard guidance and contract documentation.

lagos , Nigeria
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