Public-Private Partnership

An Introduction to PPP
PPP Concepts and Theories
Designing the right legal framework on PPP that is responsive to
the needs of the Local Government
How Local Governments looks at PPP;
The PPP in North America (Canada and the United States) and other Countries
The Contractual Arrangements on PPP
Implementing a PPP Project
The PPP Process

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PPP Institute

ASIB’s training courses in Public-Private-Partnership (PPP) cover a wide spectrum of education and training for laypersons and PPP Practitioners whether in the private or in the public sectors.  We designed a curriculum that interfaces regulators, project developers, construction companies, project investors, architectural engineers, engineering consultants, lawyers, banking and financing institutions, including insurance companies and other participants in PPP Project Development.

We strive for excellence in business education. The detailed curriculum in our Training Courses was designed with the student in mind, industry input and supports the participants’ interest in career advancement on International Business.

Upon completion, ASIB assures the participants are equipped with the necessary tools to position them in the complex world of global business.

ASIB is ready to help the public sector and/or the local government units (LGUs) design the right PPP Regulations responsive to the needs of their constituents.