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Public-Private Partnerships

Globally, over US$5 trillion in infrastructure investment is required to both maintain existing assets as well as to build new infrastructure in transportation, water, energy, telecommunications, and environmental services. National, state, and local governments worldwide all face tremendous budget gaps and therefore are increasingly adopting Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) models as a means to provide critical infrastructure service delivery.

To address the range of issues in identifying, financing, and procurement PPP projects, IP3 provides a suite of classroom and online courses.


Key training areas include:

  • PPP policy and institutional framework development
  • Project identification, screening and selection
  • Feasibility analyses (technical, economic, tariff, and project financing)
  • Transaction structuring, financing and procurement strategies
  • Transaction bid and tender preparation, tendering/procurement assistance, and negotiation
  • Public awareness and stakeholder consultation
  • Bid evaluation, award, and negotiation
  • Performance monitoring, contract compliance and dispute resolution
  • PPP service delivery and the poor


Sectors include: energy & electricity, water & waste water, transportation (roads, airports, ports, and rail), telecommunications, education, health, and municipal services


Please click for a current listing of upcoming Public-Private Partnership courses

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The PPP Project Officer's Management Skills Development online training programme is a must for any Public Officer entrusted with, or anticipating being entrusted with, the responsibility of managing a PPP project. The modules clarify all the important steps necessary to actually manage and administer the key PPP phases: project inception and feasibility, procurement, project development, and project delivery, whilst not forgetting the importance of exit provisions. The modules illustrate what can go wrong with projects, as well as how to plan for successful ones, by analyzing actual case studies in a variety of sectors. The programme also trains the participant to use a useful planning and monitoring tool for designing your own project management "checklist" of required actions."

Dr. Kishore Baguant
Former Head, PPP Secretariat
Ministry of Finance and Economic Development
Port Louis, Mauritius