The Nigerian Society of Engineers IN CONJUNCTION WITH KPT ASSOCIATES LTD www.kptassociatesltd.com presents A 5-Day WORKSHOP ON PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIP.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND THIS WORKSHOP?
The workshop will be of interest to Oﬃcers in Government Ministries, Departments, and Agencies as well as lenders, Bankers, Engineering and Construction Contractors and Consultants.
The workshop will particularly benefit Procurement Oﬃcers, Engineers, Architects, Builders, Quantity Surveyors, Project Managers, Members of Tender’s Board, Planners, Contract Administrators, Academics, etc. as they will become more competent and more eﬀective in preparing and managing PPP projects after attending this workshop
- Nov. 2–6 –Nig. Society of Engineers HQ, CBD Area, Abuja
- Nov. 16–20 – Nig. Society of Engineers HQ, No 1 Engineering Close, oﬀ Idowu Taylor Way, Victoria Island Lagos
OVERVIEW OF THE WORKSHOP
The success or failure of a PPP project depends chiefly on the public sector because it is the public sector that prepares and manages the project. In order for public sector oﬃcials to rightly prepare and eﬀectivily manage PPP projects, they need to acquire PPP skills.
These Training Modules are specially designed to equip public oﬃcials with the required skills to enable them sit for the Foundation Examination of APMG (a World Bank certified examination) and successful participants will be entitled to add CP3P ‘F’ to their names i.e. Certified PPP Professional ‘Foundation’
Participants will be able to structure & manage PPP projects and achieve
• A timely, eﬀective, and successful PPPs procurements
•Avoid disputes that are prevalent in many PPP projects in Nigeria.
•Ensure that PPP Contract Agreements are not heavily flawed and skewed in favor of the private party, a situation on that is responsible for many disputes in otherwise successful PPPs in Nigeria.
•Acquisition of APMG certification
TOPICS TO BE COVERED
Module 1 – Introduction and Objectives
Module 2 -Private Participation in Public Infrastructure and Services: What is and is not a PPP
Module 3 – Types of PPP and Terminology Issues.
Module 4 -Where PPPs are Used –Infrastructure Sectors
Module 5 – When to Use PPPs: Motivations and Caveats
Module 6 – Typical Basic Structure of a PPP Project.
Module 7 – How a Private Finance PPP Project is Financed: Where the Money to Pay Construction Costs Comes From
Module 8 – Causes of Project Failure: The Need for Sound Process Management and Preparation of Projects.
Module 9 – Introduction to the PPP Framework Concept and Initial Framework Considerations. Private Sector Concerns About Frameworks and Markets.
Module 10 – An Overview of the PPP Process Cycle: How to Prepare, Structure and Manage a PPP Contract.
SYNOPSIS OF THE MODULES
Introduction and Objectives
This chapter is designed to introduce the book, PPP Guide and to provide Workshop participants with a general understanding of PPP
Private Participation in Public Infrastructure: What is and is not a PPP
This Module explains the main contexts and examples of private participation in public infrastructure with the aim of contextualizing the PPP approach.
Types of PPP and Terminology Issues.
This Module provides information regarding the diﬀerent types of PPPs;
Where PPPs are Used –Infrastructure Sectors
This Module describes the features and value drivers of a PPP, and explains the concept of infrastructure and public assets with examples of infrastructure types that are usually developed under PPP schemes.
When to Use PPPs: Motivations and Caveats
This Module describes and explains the rationale behind the variety of reasons normally given for using PPPs for infrastructure procurement
Typical Basic Structure of a PPP Project.
This Module explains the basic structure of a private finance PPP
How a Private Finance PPP Project is financed
This Module explains how gearing is paramount for the cost-eﬃciency of a project, and that the most frequent financing structure in PPP projects is based on the project finance technique, the diﬀerent categories of funds (debt and equity)
Causes of Project Failure: The Need for Sound Process Management and Preparation of Projects.
This Module signals some conditions necessary to access the benefits of PPP as well as some disadvantages and potential pitfalls
Introduction to the PPP Framework Concept. Private Sector Concerns about Frameworks and Markets.
This Module explains what constitutes the framework, reflecting on issues in the implementation and documentation of the framework and finally explaining the perspective of the private sector and how frameworks and programs are relevant to significantly engage the PPP industry in a competitive and stable manner
An Overview of the PPP Process Cycle: How to Prepare, Structure and Manage a PPP Contract.
This Module describes the overview of the en re PPP project process in order to give the workshop participant a general view of the whole process. It also illustrates how the process may diﬀer in some countries.
- Engr. Chukwuma Katchy PhD
Certified PPP Specialist, Certified PPP Professional Past Heads of Procurement & Housing Depts. Nigeria Police Force , Author of the book “Public Private Partnership”
2, Engr. Daniel Ologunleko, Past Director General/CEO Public Private Partnerships (PPP) Bureau / Oﬃce,Ekiti State
3. Patience Obomo (Mrs) FCA, Project Finance Expert
N300,000.00 per participant (Covering lectures, Materials, So copy of all Presentations, Exercises, Case Studies, Workshop Bag, Tea/Coﬀee/Snacks, Lunch). Discount: 10% discount
•for 5 or more delegates from the same organisa on, or
•for payments made before Friday Oct. 16 for Abuja centre
•for payments made before Fri Oct 30 for Lagos centre
Payment in Cash/Cheque/Bank Dra in favour of:
The Nigerian Society of Engineers, GTB Nig Plc, Account 0028484124
After payment send a text to 08033223800 Indicating Name – Amount paid – Venue
REGISTRATION / BOOKING, PLEASE CONTACT:
A) The Nigerian Society of Engineers,
National Engineering Centre (oﬀ National Mosque – Labour House Rd.)
Central Business Area, PMB 13866, Wuse Abuja
Tel No: 09-2917720.
B) KPT Associates Ltd,
Suite D3, Ground Floor, Kebbi House/Kebbi Hotel, Opposite NEXIM Bank, Kur Mohammed Way, CBD, Abuja.
Tel No: 08033223800, 08035951263
NOTE: COVID-19 SAFETY RULES AND REGULATIONS SHALL STRICTLY BE FOLLOWED IN THIS WORKSHOP.