Course Schedule

Financial Analysis Techniques for PPPs
F-11 – Financial Analysis Techniques for PPPs

Date: August 9 – 20, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

Participants will learn how the primary financial statements (e.g., balance sheet, income statement, and cash flow statement) are built and how to use them to execute successful PPPs.

PPP Identification, Screening, and Feasibility
P-11 – PPP Identification, Screening, and Feasibility

Date: August 10 – 20, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

This course breaks down the first two stages of this project cycle, supplying participants with the tools they need to begin the process of implementing public-private partnerships.

Risk Distribution in Public-Private Partnerships
P-12 – Risk Distribution in Public-Private Partnerships

Date: August 31 – September 10, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

Through case studies and practical activities, participants will explore the distinctions between financing for and funding of PPP projects while considering risk allocation, the government’s willingness to share risks, and the impacts on its financial interests.

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

Date: August 31 – September 10, 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.

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

Date: September 14 – 24, 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.