Works procurement management

Works procurement management
Capacity building

Works procurement management

Strengthening public infrastructure projects

25–29 November 2019
The course is available in English

Effective procurement and contract management ensures the success of national development projects. This course focuses in particular on the construction, renovation, and maintenance of public infrastructure and buildings. In this course, participants learn how to apply international standards of professional practice for more productive procurement.

Interested in improving your procurement skills and competencies? Join this course today.

Key features
Experiential learning

Participate in presentations, discussions, and case studies

High-level resources

Receive guidance from procurement advisors from the World Bank

Proven procedures

Balance theoretical studies with practical activities

Who attends this course?
  • Project directors
  • Procurement staff
  • Trainers of procurement staff
What topics does this course cover?

This week-long course provides an overview of procurement principles, risk analysis, and contract selection.

  • Procurement documents for works in World Bank-financed projects
  • Bid evaluation, contract award, and management
  • Code of ethics in public procurement
What will I learn?

Participants practice the required skills for each stage of the procurement process.

  • How to choose a type of contract, depending on procurement costs and required supervision skills for effective contract performance
  • All about bid evaluation, from submission to contract implementation
  • The importance of risk analysis in the choice of procurement and contracting strategy
What will I be able to do?

This course aims to streamline the procurement of public infrastructure projects.

  • Complete procurement management functions for work contracts
  • Adhere to standards of professional practice and internationally-accepted regulations and documents
  • Facilitate the development and execution of sustainable public infrastructure projects
Why should I join?

The Turin Centre is known for its unconventional and effective learning methodologies.

  • Course facilitators are procurement advisors and consultants from the World Bank and the ITCILO.
  • Training delivery is highly participatory and includes interactive presentations followed by plenary discussions.
  • Participants receive individual guidance, upon request, to complete assignments.

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