Sustainable Public-Private Partnership (P3/PPP) Development Certification (SP3D)
Governments across the continent are investing heavily in Infrastructure as part of their collective effort to “Build Back Better”, aligning with the global goal of establishing more sustainable infrastructure development projects.
GPM, the global leader in sustainable project management, and Toraza Zenith, a Canadian P3 and Infrastructure Development training and consultancy firm have developed a Certification program on Sustainable Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) for the North American and international markets.
The aim of this certification, which will be delivered over three days, is to educate professionals with practical, sustainable solutions that impact large-scale delivery and enable organizations to improve Return on Investment and reduce risk.
This program is now available for delivery, click below to learn more.
Principles of Ethics in P3s
Developed in partnership with TNA Global Consult, the Principles of Ethics in P3s workshop is designed to provide participants, in both the private and public sectors, with a detailed, practical understanding of the ethics and best practices that need to be applied in P3 projects, ensuring the concerns of project stakeholders are addressed.
Fundamentals of Infrastructure Development
This workshop provides general management and practicing professionals with an understanding of the strategic framework for the development and management of infrastructure projects over its lifecycle.
Participants will receive an overview of how to plan and execute infrastructure projects in an efficient, effective, and sustainable manner.
Guide to Procuring Transactional Advisors for Infrastructure Projects
The procurement of advisors is normal practice, as a team, a set of individuals, or sometimes as a mix of both – but have you ever really considered what is the best way to procure and manage advisors?
This 3-hour workshop describes why, when, and how to procure external advisors and considers the reasons and best practices in how consultancy skills should be procured.
Understanding the Lifecycle of an Infrastructure Development Project
This 3-hour workshop describes the end-to-end project process and the associated terminology for infrastructure projects from initial concept through to contract term.
For completeness, the workshop will commence with the initial project concept considering the phases associated with a typical DBFOM through to the activities that need to be undertaken to exit at contract term.
Prioritizing Infrastructure Maintenance
When neglected, infrastructure may generate unnecessary costs for families, firms, and society at large. Maintenance can have a significant impact on social, economic, and environmental aspects.
This 3-hour workshop describes the importance of focusing on the maintenance of existing infrastructure including repair and renewal, making the business case taking into account the environmental and social impacts. At the same time, it considers how the progress of time and changes in society impact the decision-making processes.
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