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15 May 2017 - 20 May 2017

Public-private partnership policies: Legal framework and competition requirements

15 May 2017 - 20 May 2017

Public-private partnership policies: Legal framework and competition requirements

Public-private partnership policies: Legal framework and competition requirements
Deadline for application: 13 April 2017
English
A9010359
Turin Centre
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Course Information

15 May 2017 - 20 May 2017

English

Turin Centre

Code: A9010359

English

Deadline: 13 April 2017

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This workshop explores the legal foundation and managerial processes for setting up public-private partnerships (PPPs) and sustaining their economic equilibrium and effectiveness in service delivery. Emphasis is placed on factors influencing the decision to adopt PPP as a contractual method, payment availability set-up, planning for PPP implementation, and legal, economic (tariff levels) and service-delivery (performance requirements) issues in tendering and managing PPP arrangements.

Phases

Phases

Turin centre: 15 May 2017 - 18 May 2017

Study tour: 19 May 2017 - 20 May 2017 , 1 day study visit from Friday to Saturday (night out)

Description

Description

This workshop explores the legal foundation and managerial processes for setting up public-private partnerships (PPPs) and sustaining their economic equilibrium and effectiveness in service delivery. Emphasis is placed on factors influencing the decision to adopt PPP as a contractual method, payment availability set-up, planning for PPP implementation, and legal, economic (tariff levels) and service-delivery (performance requirements) issues in tendering and managing PPP arrangements.

Target audience

Target audience

Professionals or managers involved in PPP selection, design and implementation, including policy-makers, public officials, academics and the private sector.

Objectives

Objectives

This course aims to contribute towards optimisation of the economic and social benefits of PPP schemes, in developing and transition countries, through exploring internationally-accepted models of the governing policy/legal framework of PPP as well as the techniques used in the prioritisation, selection, competition and management aspects of PPPs. Participants will be introduced to model legislative provisions, documentation and “best practice” techniques from developed and transition countries, as well as emerging markets. Emphasis will be placed on customizing not cloning these models in order to better meet the specific requirements of the participant’s projects. The participants will also be made conscious of the importance of putting in place well integrated interdisciplinary teams, as an essential precondition for success in PPP initiatives in both the public and private sectors.

Content

Content

The following topics will be covered:
• UNCITRAL Model Legislative Provisions on Privately Financed Infrastructure Projects
• PPP and Services Concessions under EU Law Planning and procuring PPP
• Risk management and achieving Value for Money in PPP
• PPP case studies
• Financing aspects of Public Private Partnerships (the role of commercial/investment bankers)
• Study visit to a successful PPP project in north Italy.

Format and Methodology

Format and Methodology

The course is delivered by a team of senior legal experts and PPP practitioners. The course uses a highly participative delivery methodology, combining interactive subject matter presentations with plenary discussions and case studies designed to consolidate lessons’ learnt from the experience of selected countries who pioneered PPP schemes.
When introducing the key ingredients for success in PPP schemes, case studies will be used to transfer knowledge and skills gained from practical experience. In particular the case studies will provide insight into the nature of required relationships among the various parties that are critical for achieving optimal results.
Equally important is the brainstorming approach needed to develop well-conceived PPPs that could serve wider economic, social/political and environmental aims.

Language requirements

Language requirements

Participants are expected to read and write easily in the English language.

Contact us

sdp@itcilo.org

Tuition cost: 1580

Subsistence cost: 950

Total cost: 2530

 

International Training Centre of the ILO

Viale Maestri del Lavoro, 10
10127 Turin - Italy

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