Project Management in PPP Projects

Project Management in PPP Projects

Accra , Ghana

03 Dec - 05 Dec
Course Details

DURATION

3 Days

LEVEL

Basic/Intermediate

PREREQUISITES

Basic understanding of PPP Framework

COURSE FEE

$ 2350.00

BROCHURE

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This course is for people who have either recently moved into a PPP / PFI project teams or are already a part of the procurement team. The course takes a more in depth look at the key aspects of project management, in the context of PPP. It covers some of the salient parts of the procurement process, and also some of the main project management pitfalls that can beset a project of this nature. This course is appropriate for both the public and private sector. The course provides up to date PPP procurement guidance, practical sessions to take-away, and top tips for the procurement phase of the contract. Delegates who have attended will be able to identify what their priorities will be on their return and answer the question of how they can add value to the process. This course is designed to help delivery teams with all of the key aspects of project management through the complex procurement phase. It provides a hands on guide to the key areas and topics delegates need to be familiar with. For further information on this course please contact Reanna Roach, Marketing and Events Co-ordinator at r.roach@pppexperts.com
We use a blend of the most advanced and proven learning methods incorporating key principles of cognitive-social psychology, organisational psychology as well as NLP. Whether you prefer to learn through a cognitive approach or behavioural, our courses are balanced to reflect the different learning styles of our audience. Our training techniques will include;
  • building on participants’ experience through small interactive tutorials, building of a framework of skills or strategies and group discussion, brainstorming and collective workshops in larger groups,
  • simulation/role playing,
  • reflexive practice: skills modelled and replicated through supervised practice, then feedback,
  • basis for further self-study through materials that allow participants to go beyond the initial training,
  • follow-up and self-assessment with trainers after the session,
  • facilitated review and summation of training sessions,
We are here to support your development by employing the most efficient learning styles. If you require any special assistance, please contact us so that we may provide you with the necessary support. You can email us at info@pppexpert.com
CFOs, COOs, Managing Directors, Directors, Vice Presidents, General Managers, Heads, Regional Managers, Managers and other senior executives from
  • PPP units
  • Project planning and management
  • Investment and evaluation
  • Infrastructure development
  • Urban planning and development
  • Investment
  • Legal and contracts
From all industries, especially
  • Ministries of: Economy, Work, Energy, Water, Transportation, Telecommunications, Health and Education
  • Property development and construction
  • Power and utilities
  • Waste management
  • Financial Institutions
  • Privatisation agencies
  • PPP Units
  • Public sector contractors.
From all industries, especially
  • Ministries of: Finance, Economy, Work, Energy, Water, Transportation, Telecommunications, Health and Education
  • Property development and construction
  • Power and utilities
  • Waste management
  • Financial Institutions
  • Privatisation agencies
  • PPP Units
  • Public sector contractors.
After gaining his MA in Engineering at Cambridge University, he joined KPMG and qualified as a Chartered Accountant in 1984. He then joined KPMG’s Management Consulting Firm, specialising in writing financial forecasts using a variety of spreadsheets. During his time he realised the importance of setting work out clearly and how difficult that can be with spreadsheets. He developed his own spreadsheet methodology and applied it to numerousacquisition and other scenarios, he was asked to lecture it to other spreadsheet users andto clients, including Schroeders, SBC Warburg, Hambros, NM Rothschild and NatWest Bank. He left KPMG to join UBS Warburg’s Education Department at the start of 1996. There he continued to present his basic financial modelling course. He also developed and presented courses covering the main technical topics that are essential knowledge for a corporate financier. In April 1998 he left Warburg to set up as an independent management consultant, specialising in educating and advising people about financial modelling. He also lectures to the MBA students at the London School of Business and Finance and atKingston University.

Accra , Ghana
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