Course Schedule

Transaction Toolkit for PPP Procurement
P-13 – Transaction Toolkit for PPP Procurement

Date: May 25 – June 4, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

P-13 Transaction Toolkit for PPP Procurement focuses on reviewing and explaining the key documents and processes typically used in the transaction phase of the project cycle.

Project Risk Analysis for Investors, Lenders, and Governments
F-12 – Project Risk Analysis for Investors, Lenders, and Governments

Date: June 1 – 11, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

One of the main elements used to define a PPP is the distribution of risks from the public sector to the private sector. This course explores the consequences of said risk distribution for the three main actors involved in the PPP contract: investors, lenders and governments.

Contract Management for Infrastructure
P-14 – Contract Management for Infrastructure

Date: June 15 – 25, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

P-14 Contract Management for Infrastructure explores the government and private sector’s interrelationship in managing PPP contracts and the multiplicity of parties and contracts involved in PPP transactions.

Project Financing Agreements and Contracts
F-13 – Project Financing Agreements and Contracts

Date: June 15 – 25, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

This course focuses on the agreements often used to structure viable PPPs that are attractive to lenders and investors. Since the larger portion of PPP funding typically comes from debt (loans, bonds, etc.), this course will explore the role of project and financing documents from a project lender’s perspective.

Understanding Financial Statements and Project Finance Models
F-14 – Understanding Financial Statements and Project Finance Models

Date: June 29 – July 9, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

Participants will examine financial statements and their critical inputs. They will also become familiar with the standards for PPP financial modeling used by consultants and advisors to ensure that models are clearly presented, easy to understand, and robust. This practice will enable practical decision-making in PPPs to ensure project financial structures are bankable, affordable, and sustainable.