Last Updated on February 4, 2022 by Admin
A unique online course about PPPs in the infrastructure sector using case studies to provide real-world context to learners. Join this course on infrastructure development, PPPs and regulation.
Do you know why governments worldwide are eager to partner with the private sector for developing infrastructure? Do you want to know about the critical implications of Public-Private-Partnerships (PPPs)?
Are you looking for factors that drive a successful PPP experience and what pitfalls to avoid? In this course, you will learn about infrastructure, its characteristics, drivers for commercial outlook, and critical implications of commercialization/PPPs.
Table of Contents
- Estimated six weeks: 3–5 hours per week
- Self-paced: Progress at your speed
- Free online course, Optional upgrade available
About this course
The biggest constraint to growth in India and the developing world is infrastructure. Infrastructure, being a natural monopoly, has traditionally been the government’s responsibility for development.
However, the capacity (financial and human) deficit in government led to the involvement of private players with more significant risk sharing, moving from the traditional contract model to the PPP model.
The advent of PPPs brought substantial challenges, both for Government and the private players. Roles and mindset needed redefinition, especially on the Government side.
Appropriate regulation became more critical. There is a need to learn from both successes and failures of PPPs in the infrastructure sector to bring in greater maturity and professionalism in this eco-system by developing competencies and perspectives.
Relevant questions in this context would be:
- How do you structure infrastructure projects?
- How do you assess risks and manage them?
- How do you share risks between the government and PPP players?
- How do you do tendering and bidding?
- How do you develop sustainable concession agreements?
- How do you create an appropriate regulatory ecosystem?
While addressing the above questions, this course will provide a grounding in theory and further build on case studies from various infrastructure sectors, leveraging India’s rich experience in PPPs.
There is much that a global audience can learn from this course as the implications of commercialization remain constant, irrespective of geography.
The present mood in the infrastructure sector is somber, with tremendous opportunities on the one hand and a great deal of skepticism on the other.
Several things are going right, and several things are going wrong! Non Performing Assets (NPAs) are piling up in Public Sector Banks, and infrastructure is a significant contributor. However, there are a plethora of opportunities in this ambiguous situation.
This course is designed for
This course has something for management graduates, construction management graduates, lawyers, public policy practitioners, economists, strategic investors in the infrastructure industry, financial analysts in banks/sovereign wealth funds/ infrastructure focused mutual funds and equity research, turnaround specialists in stressed assets, private equity investors, investment bankers, credit rating professionals & management consultants,
What you will learn
- What is infrastructure?
- What are the characteristics of infrastructure?
- What are the drivers for commercial outlook?
- What are the critical implications of commercialization?
- Recent cases about PPP experiences and their lessons
Week 1: Introduction to Infrastructure Development
Week 2: Project Structuring
Week 3: Appraisal, Risk Assessment, and Risk Management
Week 4: Tendering and Bidding
Week 5: Legally Tenable Concession Agreements and Post Project Ownership
Week 6: Regulatory and Dispute Resolution Framework and Conclusion
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