Public-Private Partnership Skills and Competency Development (July 16–August 31, 2018)

Course Offering:

Dates: July 16–August 31, 2018

Location: Online

Tuition: $1,100

Code: 4007-OL

CEUs: 6.0




The Institute for Public-Private Partnerships, A Tetra Tech Company (IP3), and the SADC Banking Association are pleased to offer a six-week intensive training program on Public-Private Partnership (PPP) Skills and Competency Development.

This program has been developed with financial support from the Banking Association of South Africa and the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA). It will provide a practical, hands-on, and results-oriented capacity building experience for organizations and institutions that are currently designing or implementing PPP programs at the national, state, or municipal levels.


Learning Outcomes:

  • Evaluating the forms of PPPs and where they are being used within the SADC region and worldwide
  • Analyzing SADC-specific institutional reviews and case studies
  • Evaluating the implications of regulation on PPPs
  • Analyzing the process of identifying PPP opportunities and the key elements of a PPP prefeasibility study
  • Applying the elements to effectively structure financing for PPP arrangements and conducting a financial modeling simulation exercise
  • Understanding how PPPs can be designed to stimulate the local private sector and encourage local economic development
  • Applying skills to effectively manage and communicate with PPP stakeholders, including customers, the media, and labor unions
  • Creating a detailed, personalized strategic action plan to help you apply learning outcomes on the job