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P3-2017

Toraza P3/PM Training will be providing its 1st session in Canada at the P3 2017 annual conference in partnership with the Canadian Council for Private-Public Partnerships!

 

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Toraza Zenith Inc.
in partnership with

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present
APMG PPP Certification Program
November 4-5, 2017
OR
November 8-9, 2017

 

Day 1: Training – 8:30 am to 4:30 pm (including breaks & lunch)
Day 2: Training & Examination – 8:30 am to 5:30 pm (including breaks & lunch)

Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Pinnacle Room, 43rd Floor
123 Queen St. West, Toronto, Ontario

 

Registration: $2,500 (includes course materials, breaks and lunches)
P3 2017 Delegates: Receive $400 off this event by registering now for P3 2017
(enter discount code you received in your P3 2017 registration confirmation in the cart on the following page)

 

Maximum of 25 participants per session

HST will be added

The two-day PPP Certification Program is an innovation of the Asian Development Bank (ADB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB), the Multilateral Investment Fund (MIF), the World Bank Group (WBG) and part funded by the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) with a shared vision of enhancing PPP performance globally. CP3P is the definitive credential to demonstrate to your peers that your abilities are aligned with international PPP good practice.

 

CCPPP is pleased to partner with Toraza and APMG to deliver the PPP Certification Program before and after the 25th Annual National Conference.

Topics covered in the program include:

  1. Alternatives for infrastructure finance and procurement
  2. Types of PPP and terminology Issues
  3. Where PPPs are used – Infrastructure Sectors
  4. When to use PPPs – Motivations and Caveats
  5. Typical basic structure of a PPP project
  6. How PPPs are financed
  7. Causes of project failure – the need for sound process management and preparation of projects
  8. Introduction to the PPP Framework concept
  9. Overview of the PPP Process
  10. Basic introduction to Project Finance

To register:

Sign up for the conference today at http://www.p3-2017.ca/

Problems registering? Contact us at 416-861-0500 or email partners@pppcouncil.ca.

When:
11/4/2017 9:00 AM – 11/9/2017 4:30 PM
Where:
Sheraton Centre Toronto Hotel
Civic Ballroom
123 Queen Street West
Toronto, ON

 

Read more on our training offerings below!

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TORAZA P3/PM TRAINING DIVISION

TORAZA P3/PM Training is a division of Toraza Zenith Inc., a Canadian based company that specializes in providing professional training courses for the qualification of APMG’s “Certified PPP Professional” Program through classroom and in-house training arrangements.

The focus of our training service is to develop the capabilities of young professionals and enhance the skills of seasoned professionals involved in infrastructure development projects related to Public-Private Partnership (P3) delivery models.

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AFFILIATE TRAINING ORGANIZATION OF APMG

TORAZA P3/PM Training signed an Affiliate License Agreement with Training ByteSize Ltd. (UK), an Accredited Training Organization by APMG, to offer and provide preparatory training courses for the CP3P Program to the Canadian, USA and Middle East markets.

TORAZA P3/PM Training is an Affiliate Training Organization to Training ByteSize Ltd. and will run the CP3P training courses in association with Training ByteSize Ltd.

DEFINITION OF PUBLIC-PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS (PPP OR P3)

“A long-term contract between a public party and a private party, for the development and/or management of a public asset or service, in which the private agent bears significant risk and management responsibility through the life of the contract, and remuneration is significantly linked to performance, and/or the demand or use of the asset or service”

(PPP definition provided by the Public-Private Partnerships Reference Guide, V 2.0 (World Bank 2014)).

WHAT IS THE CP3P PROGRAM?

CP3P-training Toraza ZenithIn realizing the range of PPP training Programs available on the market, the idea of a global and accredited certification came to be. Success in the delivery of a PPP demands effective planning, financial support, leadership, experience and in-depth knowledge in the field of Public Private Partnerships.

The Asian Development Bank (ADB), the European Bank for Reconstruction and Development (EBRD), the Inter-American Development Bank through its Multilateral Investment Fund (IADB through its MIF), the Islamic Development Bank (IsDB) and the World Bank Group (WBG) funded by the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) have all pooled their knowledge of PPP delivery and established the CP3P Program. The essence of this global commitment is to provide candidates with the necessary training to become a “Certified PPP Professional” accredited by APMG.

“APMG-International is an award-winning Examination Institute. APMG accredits professional training and consulting organizations and manages certification schemes for knowledge-based workers, and has a global reach, with regional offices located around the world. APMG is the certification body for the accreditation of the product training organizations, the approval of the product trainers and the certification of the product examination graduate.” (Source: www.apmg-international.com).

WHY THE CP3P PROGRAM?

Despite the many training programs available, candidates holding the CP3P credential formalize their expertise in PPP practice and earn the title of “Certified PPP Professional”. Because the process of attaining the CP3P is straightforward, it is essential, given its long-term benefit on one’s credentials. Employers will be more inclined to consider holders of the CP3P certification due to the credibility and technical competence that comes with it.

The legitimacy of the certification is such that the acquired knowledge falls in line with international PPP best practices. The Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs) saw potential in the present PPP training programs, but identified the hurdle in the distinctiveness of each. In order to develop an all-inclusive, well-rounded and globally recognized certification, a “common language” for a standardized process of PPPs was developed. Therefore, APMG’s training program has taken on the role of providing a best practice and Book of Knowledge of PPPs.

HOW IS THE CERTIFICATION PROGRAM DIFFERENT?

The foremost difference of CP3P is that it provides a certification for PPP professionals. The program gives practitioners and experienced individuals the opportunity to document their professionalism through an accredited certification.

CP3P is the product of seven leading Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs), which provides candidates and organizations employing the qualified professionals with a competitive advantage by demonstrating superior technical competence and carrying global credibility.

WHO IS THE CP3P PROGRAM FOR?

The CPC3 certification can be attained by any individual or professional seeking to formalize their knowledge of PPPs. This caters to a host of individuals ranging from PPP professionals, to governments, Financial Services professionals, investors, advisors, and local businesses.

CP3P is the product of seven leading Multilateral Development Banks (MDBs), which provides candidates and organizations employing the qualified professionals with a competitive advantage by demonstrating superior technical competence and carrying global credibility.

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TRAINING OUTLINE

The training course is conducted over 2-3 days followed by 1 day for taking the Foundation Examination.

Some previous knowledge or experience in the topics covered in the PPP Guide, related to PPPs in general will be advantageous, but lack of experience should not prevent anyone from taking part in the Certification Program.

The training course is broken down into the following modules:

  1. Alternatives for infrastructure finance and procurement
  2. Types of PPP and terminology Issues
  3. Where PPPs are used – Infrastructure Sectors
  4. When to use PPPs – Motivations and Caveats
  5. Typical Basic structure of a PPP Project
  6. How PPPs are financed
  7. Causes of Project Failure – the Need for Sound Process Management and Preparation of Projects
  8. Introduction to the PPP Framework concept
  9. Overview of the PPP Process
  10. Basic Introduction to Project Finance
  11. Exam Simulator

The CP3P Foundation exam will test your ability to recall, recognize and demonstrate understanding of the established procedures, rules and institutional responsibilities that determine how the public party selects, implements and manages PPP projects, as outlined in the PPP Guide, including terms used, process sequences and roles involved. It is a closed book multiple choice exam paper with 50 questions and you must get 25 marks or more (50%) to pass the exam.

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