P-11 - PPP Identification, Screening, and Feasibility


Online Learning



Course Description

The key to developing and executing a successful public-private partnership program is following the plan outlined in the PPP Project Cycle. As described by The World Bank, the PPP Project Cycle consists of four phases: project identification and screening; feasibility analysis; transaction; and contract management.

This course breaks down the first two stages of this project cycle, supplying participants with the tools they need to begin the process of implementing public-private partnerships.

Through live webinar presentations with Q&A, virtual discussions, hands-on exercises, and self-paced learning, participants will gain knowledge and skills that will enable them to identify and screen projects that may be suitable for PPP delivery, as well as appreciate and understand the analyses necessary to prepare a project for successful PPP procurement.

Learning Outcomes

Through successful completion of this course, participants will be able to:

  • Develop means for identifying potential PPP projects
  • Utilize practical criteria for screening & evaluating projects for PPP suitability
  • Become familiar with PPP due diligence
  • Oversee and manage specialist consultants conducting feasibility studies
  • Ability to draft PPP Concept Notes and Business Cases
  • Increase the likelihood of a successful PPP

Who Will Benefit

The course is designed for public officials as well as private sector professionals who have an understanding of fundamental public-private partnership concepts, and now seek to learn how to execute such projects.  

  • Staff from national, provincial, federal, state, and municipal governments 
  • Members of planning organizations and boards 
  • Regulators and authorities for infrastructure utilities and public services 
  • Legal, financial, construction and engineering professionals 
  • Staff of international donor organizations