Privatisation Masterclass

  • FEES
  • This course is designed to help people making and advising on these decisions. The course is based on theory and practical application through case studies of Privatisation and other alternatives throughout the world and a look at what is being implemented in the GCC.
  • There will be a range of failures and successes discussed with the emphasis of the course being on critical analysis of the alternatives.
  • This course aims to serve as an introduction to Privatisation, key attributes and discussions around PPPs, this is further supported by case studies from Europe and a look at the GCC.
  • This course will provide organisations, institutions and individuals that are planning to implement Privatisation programmes with a practical and results-orientated capacity building experience that will further their learning, development, planning and implementation objectives. The Privatisation training programme is intended for individuals who are working on any aspect of Privatisation, or individuals with an interest in Privatisation.
  • The training programme’s content is relevant to both public and private sector employees, and to countries at all levels of development.
  • What are the role and the duties of a state – which goods and services should be guaranteed to the population when employing financial resources raised through taxation?
  • Which provisions should be made directly by the state, or instead outsourced to the private sector operating on its behalf?
  • The course outline and the sequence of modules can be further refined to suit the individual requirements of the participants.

By the end of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Grasp an understanding of what Privatisation is and its key features
  • Understand the difference between Privatisation and Public Private Partnerships (PPPs) – a very common misconception between these
  • Understand the key drivers and benefits of Privatisation
  • Outline how state functions have evolved over time
  • Discuss how the public sector typically relates to the private sector for the provision of public goods
  • Explain and assess the main features of alternative public-private relationships
  • Assess the merits and limitations of alternative procurement legislations and procedures
  • Identify the goals of the procuring administration
  • Select the main dimensions for effective procurement design
  • Describe PPP concession contracts and their rationale, and assess different types
  • Identify some of the merits and limitations of a PPP contract
  • Explain the differences underlying alternative PPP models in different sectors
  • Identify the main economic principles behind PPP case studies
  • Explain the main reasons underlying privatisation of public assets
  • Detail the regulatory challenges behind privatisation

Many public companies are now being challenged to:

  • Privatize
  • Change into a ‘Semi-Private’ organisation
  • Remain public but begin to operate as a private organisation

You will see this in directives, BOD’s and strategies.  To achieve their vision, they will need to have their public entities operating as a private organisation

  • Governmental bodies
  • Utilities
  • Service Providers
  • Contractors
  • Management
  • Innovators
  • Investors
  • Education
  • Transportation
  • Telecommunication
  • Green Projects/Sustainability
  • Safety and Health
  • Strategy/Planning
  • Process Improvement
  • Quality Management
  • Communications/Public Relations
  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Risk Management/Ethics/Compliance
  • Performance Measurement and Management
  • Participation: You are expected to collaborate with your facilitator and colleagues through interactive group discussions, role plays and exercises.
  • Supplemental Resources: This programme has plenty of tools and templates to help you apply what you learn during this 5 days.
  • Action Plan: We strongly recommend that you put together an action plan that you will apply once you return to work.

      Privatisation Masterclass

      OUR LOCATIONSDubai, UAE and London, UK

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