Managing Risks in Public-Private Partnerships

Location: Online Learning
Date: October 27 - November 6, 2020
Tuition: $1,000
Registration Code: P12-201027-I1
CEUs: 1.0


Webinar Meeting Times

  • Tuesday 27 October 12:00 UTC
  • Thursday 29 October 12:00 UTC
  • Tuesday 3 November 12:00 UTC
  • Thursday 5 November 12:00 UTC

Course Description

P-12 Managing Risks in PPPs prepares students to navigate outcomes faced in risk distribution and the inherent effects it introduces for both the government and the private sector.

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.

In addition, this course will explore types of public-sector risk-sharing, appropriate mitigation strategies in the contract phase, and managing risk through the completion of the project.

Learning Outcomes

Through successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Explain the consequences derived from the risk distribution principle in PPPs, including fiscal risk
  • Distinguish between the funding of and financing for a PPP project
  • Evaluate a request or option for public support for sharing risk in a PPP project
  • Assess government risk exposure in a PPP contract

Who Will Benefit

This course is ideal for anyone seeking to better understand the “what” and “why” of utilizing PPPs:

  • Staff from federal, state, county and municipal governments
  • Members of planning organizations and boards
  • Regulators and authorities for infrastructure utilities and public services
  • Professionals from financial institutions
  • Staff of international donor organizations

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