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27 March 2017 - 07 April 2017

Procurement management for equipment and works in World Bank-funded projects

27 March 2017 - 07 April 2017

Procurement management for equipment and works in World Bank-funded projects

Procurement management for equipment and works in World Bank-funded projects

Course Information

27 March 2017 - 07 April 2017

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9010367

English

Deadline: 05 March 2017

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The aim is to upgrade the capacity of procurement practitioners to plan and execute international competitive bidding operations for the procurement of equipment and construction works in IFI-funded projects; participants may attend the entire course of two-weeks duration or a single module only. This course is divided into two Modules as follows: - 1st Module from 27 to 31 March 2017: Equipment procurement management (EPM); - 2nd Module from 3 to 7 April 2017: Works procurement management (WPM). The entire course explores the key provisions of the World Bank Procurement Regulations and Documents for the procurement of goods and works. It also includes group work to enable participants to apply the knowledge they have acquired to the preparation of a procurement plan and the related bidding documents, using case studies of typical procurement operations. This course reflects also the WB Procurement Framework and Regulations for Projects after July 1, 2016.

Description

Description

The aim is to upgrade the capacity of procurement practitioners to plan and execute international competitive bidding operations for the procurement of equipment and construction works in IFI-funded projects; participants may attend the entire course of two-weeks duration or a single module only. This course is divided into two Modules as follows: - 1st Module from 27 to 31 March 2017: Equipment procurement management (EPM); - 2nd Module from 3 to 7 April 2017: Works procurement management (WPM). The entire course explores the key provisions of the World Bank Procurement Regulations and Documents for the procurement of goods and works. It also includes group work to enable participants to apply the knowledge they have acquired to the preparation of a procurement plan and the related bidding documents, using case studies of typical procurement operations. This course reflects also the WB Procurement Framework and Regulations for Projects after July 1, 2016.

Target audience

Target audience

Project directors and procurement staff of projects funded by IFIs, national public procurement officers, trainers of procurement staff.

Objectives

Objectives

Course participants will be able to competently plan and execute the entire procurement process functions for acquisition of equipment and contracting and supervision of works’ contracts in accordance with the standards of professional practice and the provisions of the Procurement Regulations for IPF Borrowers and Standard Procurement documents of IFIs in general and of the World Bank in particular.

Costs

Costs

Participants may attend the entire course of two-weeks duration or a single module only.

1st Module: Equipment Procurement Management (EPM) from 27 to 31 March 2017

2nd Module: Works Procurement Management (WPM) from 03 to 07 April 2017

ENTIRE COURSE - Tuition Fee = 2,275 Euro; Subsistence Costs =1,350 Euro; Total Cost = 3,625 Euro

EPM Module ONLY - Tuition Fee = 1,580 Euro; Subsistence Costs = 600 Euro; Total Cost = 2,180 Euro

WPM Module ONLY - Tuition Fee = 1,580 Euro; Subsistence Costs = 600 Euro; Total Cost = 2,180 Euro

Content

Content

EPM - WPM PROCUREMENT ENVIRONMENT IN WORLD BANK- FINANCED PROJECTS

• Public procurement and World Bank fiduciary responsibility

• Project cycle and related documents at the end of each phase

• World Bank procurement policy and regulations for IPF Borrowers

• System of remedies (bidders’ complaints procedures)

• The World Bank project procurement strategy for development

 

EPM - WPM PROCUREMENT PLANNING

• Procurement Process

• Strategic and operational Planning

Preparation of technical specifications and market research

 

EPM THE STANDARD PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS FOR EQUIPMENT IN WORLD BANK-FINANCED PROJECTS

• World Bank standard procurement documents for procurement of equipment

• Preparation of procurement documents

• Schedule of Requirements and Technical Specifications Business competencies (Incoterms, insurance, forwarding and transport arrangements, etc.)

• Bid opening and bid evaluation, post qualification, award and publication

 

WPM THE STANDARD PROCUREMENT DOCUMENTS FOR WORKS IN WORLD BANK-FINANCED PROJECTS

• Purpose and content of different works procurement documents

• Standard Procurement document (Smaller Works)

• Common types of works contract (unit rate, lump sum etc…)

• Preparation of procurement documents (one and two-envelopes process )

• Standard qualification process for works

• Evaluation Process for Works (One and Two - Envelope)

• Comparison with FIDIC contract documents

• Main differences

 

EPM - WPM CONTRACT MANAGEMENT

• Selected case studies dealing with common problems in contract management for goods and works

• Dispute Settlement (adjudication and arbitration)

• Code of Ethics in Public Procurement

Assignments and case studies are used in each module in order to enable the participants to apply the knowledge and competences presented in the course.

 

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

The course is delivered by senior procurement advisors and consultants from the World Bank and ITC-ILO. The course is conducted using a highly participative training delivery methodology through a combination of interactive presentations by subject-matter specialists followed by plenary discussions. Individual and group assignments are used extensively in order to demonstrate in practice the proper application of IFIs’ guidelines and to enable measurement of participants’ learning achievement. Solution and analysis of case studies are emphasised as principal techniques for acquisition of new knowledge and attainment of prescribed exit competencies.

Individual guidance is provided, upon request, to help participants to troubleshoot procurement-related problems on their own projects.

Language requirements

Language requirements

Candidates are expected to have basic knowledge of procurement practice in the public or private sector as well as a sound knowledge of the English language.

Contact us

sdp@itcilo.org

 

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