Cross Sector Partnerships – Public Private Collaboration
The Partnering Initiative is pleased to announce it is partnering with IMA International on a new 5-Day intensive training course on public private collaboration, running from 28th October – 1st November 2013.
Partnerships are an important component in today’s complex interconnected world. Whether it is dealing with suppliers or collaborating with delivery partners and funding agencies, effective partnerships can greatly enhance the outcomes of any project.
This intensive five-day training course, in collaboration with IMA International, provides the skills, knowledge and understanding needed to build effective partnerships for your organisation.
The approach is highly interactive with insights and examples from the trainer’s own practical experience in developing partnerships in both the public and private sectors around the world.
Why choose this course?
This training course is for you if you’re involved with, or planning to develop partnership working or collaboration with development partners (including suppliers, delivery partners, governments, INGOs or private sector organisations). This course will also help those wanting to understand how partnerships work as a longer-term development opportunity for an organisation.
What you will learn
This interactive and dynamic training course will provide you with an understanding of the critical issues in the formation and management of partnerships. You will learn how to scope and build partnerships through to managing and evaluating progress and impact.
You will also get the opportunity to apply your learning through case studies, exercises and role plays, which will help you build your practical skills and understanding.
Date: 28 Oct-01 Nov
Duration: 5 days
Course Fee: £1790
Venue: Bangkok, Thailand
Application deadline: 30 Sep