IP3’s Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Certified Specialist Program was developed to establish standards of knowledge, understanding, and skills development in the PPP field that are highly-valued by governments, private sector firms, financial institutions, and other relevant stakeholders.
We aim to foster worldwide excellence in the design, financing, procurement, implementation, and monitoring of PPP programs through standards that are widely recognized and consistently applied. We do this by successfully identifying, defining, documenting, and championing industry-accepted best practice approaches to PPP project development and transfer this knowledge participants through education and training.
An IP3 PPP Specialist certification validates a breadth of knowledge acquired through immersive training in PPP project structure.
Specialists will acquire skills including:
Prepare yourself and your team to negotiate and implement sound PPP and concession contracts. This specialist track deepens participants’ understanding of the critical elements of successful contracts, risk allocation, and effective negotiation.
This program focuses on addressing corruption and dissuading its use, resolving conflicts, and renegotiating contracts. It will also describe the key financing agreements typically required by lenders in project finance transactions with discussions centering around risk and mitigation techniques and how to handle contract disputes best.
IP3 Certified PPP Specialists in the Legal track are prepared to plan, create, and manage PPP contracts after signing. They are also enabled to effectively negotiate and communicate to plan, monitor, and evaluate these projects.
IP3 Certified PPP Specialists in the Project Finance track possess practical, process-oriented knowledge in conducting VfM analyses, structuring a PPP transaction appropriately, and action planning.
This program addresses implementation issues often encountered in PPPs. The discussion focuses on the project implementation unit’s role, the development and execution of a project implementation plan, the tracking and updating of the risk profile of the project, and the ongoing validation of the value for money (VfM) parameters.
PPP Project Finance Specialists from ministries of finance, public agencies, and state-owned enterprises involved in delivering public infrastructure are prepared to use public-private partnerships without adversely affecting fiscal sustainability. Additionally, they understand and can effectively implement the PPP fiscal risk assessment model (PFRAM) developed by the International Monetary Fund and the World Bank.
Create Your Own PPP Specialist Track
At IP3, your learning path is up to you!
We offer a vast catalogue of Public-Private Partnership courses to build your own PPP Specialist Certification program and gain the knowledge you need to support your organization’s PPP efforts.
Whether you’re looking for a well-rounded approach to PPP expertise, need to focus on regulation and utility management or procurement, or want to explore how unsolicited proposals can move more infrastructure projects forward, your learning track in in your hands.