Public-Private Partnerships (P3)
Foundational-Level Certified P3 Professional Program
Save the date for August 2019. Applications available March 2019,
The Public-Private Partnerships (P3) have great potential for addressing the infrastructure gap present in every country. However, these arrangements are easily misunderstood and fraught with challenges related to their financing, legal structure, management, and allocation of risk. A thorough understanding of these concepts and their applications is necessary for improvements in the access to, and effectiveness of, the crucial services that these assets provide.
The Foundation level is the first level of the Certified PPP Professional (CP3P) program, promoted by the World Bank and other multilateral development banks, and managed by APMG International. According to the development banks and APMG International, “CP3P is the definitive credential to demonstrate to your peers that your abilities are aligned with international PPP good practice.”
The Foundation level aims to standardize knowledge of the PPP process and terminology. The Foundation certification is a pre-requisite for the two Practitioner level certification in the APMG’s PPP Certification Program.
After completing this course, you will be able to:
- Understand the advantages and disadvantages of different project structures
- Understand stakeholder rights and responsibilities in project finance
- Choose between different types of projects
- Maximize positive outcomes for your project
- Obtain the APMG’s PPP Foundation Level Certificate with a passing exam score
Course Fee is USD $4,200.
The fee includes:
- Program tuition
- Reading and classroom material on Kindle Fire tablet
- Hotel accommodations for five (5) nights (arrival Sunday, departure Friday)
- Monday – Thursday: breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunch
- Welcome Reception, Sunday
- Closing Awards Dinner, Thursday
- Exam fee for APMG’s PPP Foundation Level Certificate
The course will be hosted on campus at the University of Florida – Warrington College of Business. Participants will be housed at a hotel adjacent to campus and participants will be able to easily walk over to the training facility.
Please note that participants are on their own for dinner each night, with the exception of a Welcome Reception Sunday evening and a Closing Awards Dinner Thursday night. There are a number of dining options within safe walking distance of the hotel.
If you’re interested in attending both the Public-Private Partnerships course and the Energy Pricing course, the fee is USD $8,900. Combined course fee includes:
- Program tuition
- Reading and classroom material for both courses on one Kindle Fire tablet
- Hotel accommodations for twelve (12 nights) (arrival Sunday, departure second Friday)
- 1st Week Monday – Friday: breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunch
- 2nd Week Monday – Thursday: breakfast, refreshment breaks, lunch
- Welcome Reception both Sundays
- Closing Awards Dinner, 1st Friday and 2nd Thursday