Course Schedule

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

Date: March 2 – 12, 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.

Public-Private Partnership Foundations
P-10 – Public-Private Partnership Foundations

Date: March 8 – 19, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

PPP Foundations is an introduction to PPP procurement, project design, and implementation. This course illustrates the basic framework for executing PPP projects and is recommended for more advanced training in this field. Participants receive an overview of PPP procurement, project structuring, and an introduction to project finance and the core elements of PPP bankability.

Designing a Project Finance Model
F-15 – Designing a Project Finance Model

Date: March 16 – 26, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

As the capstone course for the online Financial Analysis Techniques for Infrastructure Projects program, this course aims to combine their new PPP financial analysis skills and learning outcomes to design their own basic PPP financial model.

Applying Your Public-Private Partnership Skills
P-15 – Applying Your Public-Private Partnership Skills

Date: March 23 – April 2, 2021 CEUs: 1.0

Following this course, participants will understand the PPP project management cycle holistically, how each of the key phases and tasks inter-relate, and will be able to manage the practical, real-world challenges, requirements, and constraints to planning and implementing PPP projects.

Unsolicited Proposals: State-of-the-Art Legal Frameworks, Structuring, and Sector Case Studies
P-106 – Unsolicited Proposals: State-of-the-Art Legal Frameworks, Structuring, and Sector Case Studies

Date: April 12 – October 23, 2020 CEUs: 6.0

The goal of the course is to provide to the participant knowledge about key issues in USP projects, a discussion on how different countries manage unsolicited proposals and present international best practices. This course focuses on the basic techniques of building, designing, interpreting, and analyzing a PPP project originated by the private sector.