Certified Public Procurement Specialist

/Certified Public Procurement Specialist
Certified Public Procurement Specialist2018-06-06T10:58:13-04:00

Location: Houston, Texas USA
CEUs: 24.0

Professional credentials assure customers, organizations leadership and business associations that they are working with people who are knowledgeable and possess current competencies in their respective industries. Participants will receive a “stamp of excellence” which represents theirs ability, aptitude, and distinction among their peers.

Benefits for Participants
•Opportunity to receive valuable training in a quality learning environment
•Develop lifelong learning habits and a wide range of skills making them more marketable
•Obtain recognition for their achievements, talent, and hard work
•Provides a building block for those who wish to advance their education and professional development

Benefits for Employers
•Helps to build a more talented staff
•Aids in employee motivation and creating a positive and professional workplace
•Helps to identify those employees that want to succeed and aids in successful planning

Target Audience
•Manager, Sr. Level Managers, Directors, and Key Staff in Public Management
•Managers of Regulatory Agencies and Commissions
•Executives and Policy makers from public and private enterprises
•Directors and Managers of Training and Development in Public Procurement
•Directors and Managers of Strategic Planning and Contract Management
•Industry Leaders in Telecommunications, Finance, Banking, Utility firms, Consumer Groups and Government

The Certifies Public Procurement Specialist Program was designed to transform participants into subject matter experts in the field of public procurement by further developing the core knowledge, skills, and abilities that public procurement professionals require. Our goal is to use knowledge management and global best practices to give industry leaders, managers and government officials who are responsible for the procurement process, the confidence to direct teams to achieve the organizations’ s business goals through use of key procurement concepts, principles and policies to which contracting authorities are expected to adhere. We will do this by bringing forth various issue that dominate public procurement as we identify the potential challenges, evaluate various procurement processes, recommend strategic techniques, and tactical methods that are intentionally accepted standards and procedures.

Course Objective
The objective of this course is to enable public procurement professionals to effectively understand and overcome governance issues, manage ethical issues and anticipate disruptive changes while working towards the creation of transformational change in order to influence the future of the organizations, companies, and communities in today’s public procurement environments. It focus on seven public procurement best practices which offer a proven methodology that enables effective public procurement management.
1. The Public Procurement System: policy Making, Regulations, and Procurement Function Operations
2. Public Procurement Approaches: Public—Private Partnerships, Outsourcing and Privatization
3. E‐Procurement: Development and Deployment of Systems, Standards, and Policies, Legal Aspects, and Techniques
4. Contract Design, Management, Implementation and Compliance
5. Defining Specific c Standards for Corporate Governance
6. The Role of Public ‐Private Partnership in Public Procurement
7. Developing a Public Procurement Strategic Action Plan

The Certified Public Procurement Specialist Course Outline and Topics

  • Introduction: Overview of Public Procurement
  • Case Study: Applying Procurement Procedures
  • Approaches to Public Procurement
  • E ‐Procurement
  • Case Study Innovation in Procurement through Government e‐Procurement Systems (GePS)
  • Contract Design and Implementation
  • Contract Compliance and Corporate Governance Rules and Procedures
  • Case Study Complying with Procurement Rules
  • Monitoring and Reporting to Meet Legal and Financial Responsibilities
  • Managing Contract and Performance Dispute and Failures
  • The Case Study: How to Identify and Prevent Corruption in Public Procurement
  • The Role of Public‐Private Partnerships in Public Procurement
  • Developing a Procurement Plan
  • Part I: Comprehensive Public Procurement Strategic Action Plan
  • Part II: Comprehensive Essay Examination

This course requires two (2) prerequisites to be chosen from the following:

  • Effective Leadership and Communications Management in Public Sector
  • Integral Management Competencies in Public Procurement
  • Best Practices in E ‐Procurement
  • Essentials in Project Finance
  • Essentials in Public Procurement, Concepts, Contracts, and Practices
  • Global Management, Leadership and Risk Assessment Strategies
  • Human Capital Management Challenges and Corporate Sustainability Techniques
  • Entrepreneurial Techniques for Managing Government Organizations and State‐Owned Enterprises
  • Global Best Practices in Managerial Excellence
  • Effective Negotiation and Conflict Resolution Skills in the Public Sector
  • Human Capital Management Challenges and Corporate Sustainability Techniques
  • Strategic Thinking, Planning and Risk Management in the Public Sector
  • ICT Governance: Building Capacity and Sustainability
  • Effective Techniques for the Performance Management Process (PMP)
  • International Best Practices in Project Planning, Monitoring, and Evaluation
  • Business Essentials for Utility Engineers: Understanding and Influencing Finance Decision Making
  • Best Practices in Contract Management and Compliance
  • Corporate Financial Analysis, Planning and Controlling Budget
  • Best Practices in Monitoring and Evaluating of Development Assistance Projects: New Techniques for Independent Monitors and NGOs

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