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Virtual Training on Public-Private Partnerships
October 25, 2021 @ 8:00 am - November 5, 2021 @ 5:00 pm
International Development Institute (lDl) is conducting a series of 10 virtual classes on the Public-Prvate Partnerships from October 25-Noveber 5, 2021.
Registration and Nomination Form
CLICK HERE, to register and/or nominate in our upcoming training on “World Bank Procurement Methods”. You can also send nominations via email to email@example.com or contact via WhatsApp messages at WhatsApp +1 571-348-118.
The training is scheduled from 8:00 AM-10 AM EDT. Kindly download the brochure at the end of the page or time conversion tool to find training time in your country. Considering a very high number of applicants, IDI may decide to hold 2 different cohort’s and participants have a choice to pick one of the dates. Please enroll before all seats are reserved.
Enrollment Deadline: 20th October 2021
All payments must be received by 22nd October 2021 to confirm your enrollment.
Who shall attend?
a. National, regional, and local government officials
b. Contract officers/regulatory commissioners
c. Senior officials from Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) or privatization units
d. public service, utility managers, executives and legal experts
e. Staff of bilateral and multilateral international organizations
f. Legal offices that structure/evaluate PPP contracts
PPP Procurements and Management- 10 Days (2.5 hours a day)
Course will include theory, introduction to best practices, and hands-on activities. Participants
will be in a better position to be able to understand the full process of PPP selections and
Upon successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:
1. Describe a process for choosing PPP candidate projects that can help avoid future pitfalls
2. Describe how to avoid the common pitfalls in structuring PPP projects by properly
designing and adjudicating the contract
3. Evaluate key contract clauses to determine the best fit for the project
4. Understand best practices
5. Design a process for project management and implementation that can help avoid future contractual issues etc.