Public-Private Partnership Essentials

Theory and case studies will be used to gain knowledge of the processes for deciding when to develop public-private partnerships and how to monitor their performance, as well as to explore the political, managerial, legal, financial, and ethical implications of such partnerships. Designed for public officials as well as private sector professionals, this course combines theory and practice within each session to convey the conceptual foundations on choosing, designing and evaluating PPPs in the Gulf region. Participants can register for the single course or both the Essentials and the Advanced courses for a deeper understanding of the topic.

By the end of this course, participants should be able to:

  • Understand and use the concepts, methods, and applications of public-private partnerships in a variety of sectors;
  • Understand how to balance project bankability and affordability;
  • Identify and analyze the public policy aspects of Public-Private Partnerships; and
  • Use the knowledge and skills gained in the course to pursue and implement PPPs as part of a private or public sector organization.

To know more about the course, please see the brochure;

Program Fees
Price per course: USD 2,658/ QAR 9,701

Price for the two-course series: USD 5,316/ QAR 19,404