Certified PPP Professional CP3P
Building APMG certified PPP professionals to tackle infrastructure challenges.
Certified PPP Professional CP3P 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.
Certified PPP Professional CP3P
The First of its Kind
People who pass each level of the Certified PPP Professional CP3P program become CP3P certified. This is the definitive credential to demonstrate to your peers that your abilities are aligned with international Public-Private Partnerships good practice. CP3P is a credential that every professional keen to get certified and enhance their career in the world of Public Private Partnerships should aim to achieve. Candidates with the CP3P credential will be recognised globally as Certified PPP Professionals
Exams and Certifications
The Certified PPP Professional CP3P pathway includes three stages;
APMG’s Certification Program comprises three exams; a Foundation exam and two Practitioner level exams with the Foundation exam a pre-requisite for the Practitioner level exams. Successful candidates for each exam will be awarded a certificate. Candidates can take one or both of the Practitioner exams in any order, however taking the Preparation exam before the Execution exam follows the lifecycle of a PPP. Candidates who have passed all three exams will be entitled to use the CP3P credential.
The PPP Guide Covers the Following Chapters
- Public Private Partnerships Introduction and Overview
- Establishing a Public Private Partnerships Framework
- Project Identification And Public Private Partnerships Screening
- Appraising Public Private Partnerships Projects
- Structuring and Drafting the Tender and Contract
- Tendering and Awarding the Contract
- Strategy Delivery and Commissioning
- Operations and Handback
The Relationship Between the PPP Guide and the Credentials
This PPP Guide has been designed as a stand-alone publication that compiles and describes elements of good practice for those considering and implementing a PPP. This Guide is the core of the Certified PPP Professional CP3P Program, which offers a brand-new credential, called CP3P, for PPP practitioners.
Audience for the PPP Guide
The PPP Guide is intended for individuals who are working on any aspect of a PPP, or individuals with an interest in PPPs. Its content is relevant to both public and private sector employees, and to countries at all levels of development.
PPP In Africa
Strengthening Public-Private Partnerships Good Practice Across Africa
The continued population growth across Africa has resulted in increased demand for infrastructure development. This has in turn driven a significant rise in the number of investors seeking opportunities in this region. To support this increase in demand, more and more countries across Africa are now seeking the public sector skills needed to run successful PPP contracts.
Supporting global interest in the African PPP market
The Certified PPP Professional CP3P Program has been designed to improve the quality of PPPs worldwide. CP3P already playing an important role in enhancing knowledge and establishing good practices for PPP professionals in Africa and across the globe. The Certified PPP Professional CP3P Program aims to develop the capability of individuals responsible for the management of PPPs. It supports them to meet infrastructure demands and stimulate economic development.
Significant Benefits for Governments
- The Certified PPP Professional CP3P Program increases the likelihood of developing and implementing a successful Public Private Partnerships program that delivers the right projects effectively and efficiently. Furthermore, CP3P provides Value for Money solutions to society’s infrastructure needs;
- Public Private Partnerships facilitates access to international investors. Therefore following internationally recognised good practice as set out in the Guide, a government can increase the attractiveness of its Public Private Partnerships program to these businesses. As a result this can further improve the Value for Money outcomes of the program; and
- CP3P aids knowledge transfer and equips public officials and their advisors to better learn from the vast pool of international experience in Public Private Partnerships.