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This course seeks to explore these challenges from a practitioner lens and considers the different perspectives of government, contractors, operators and investors in forging solutions across the entire lifecycle.
The course will be delivered in either online, face-to-face or blended modes, to allow those who are unable to attend face-to-face to participate in the course. Participants can choose to complete the ten x three-hour sessions (30 hours total) in any combination of these modes.
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This course will benefit those with a familiarity of infrastructure projects and related development concepts, and is suitable for:
Martin is an infrastructure finance specialist with over 30 years of experience. He has closed high profile PPPs including the Lane Cove Tunnel, Gold Coast Rapid Transit and Royal North Shore Hospital Redevel- opment. He was formerly a partner of PwC, having led the infrastructure advisory practice in Sydney 12+ years and an investment banker with the Deutsche Morgan Grenfell group, focusing on infrastructure project financing. He's worked in Singapore, Sydney, London and Johannesburg.
Martin has established an independent private consultancy - Lidunian Partners and has a portfolio of consulting and non-executive director roles. His clients have included Cushman & Wakefield, DIF, TransGrid, Infrastructure Australia, NSW Government and Sydney Metro. He is an Adjunct Professor at UNSW and the University of Sydney Business School, council member of the International Project Finance Association, accredited gateway reviewer, member of the Infrastructure NSW panel and Infrastructure Australia’s strategic advisory panel. Martin runs infrastructure financing courses at UNSW and the University of Sydney as well as delivering professional training seminars.
Sonya has extensive experience in reviewing, negotiating and drafting project documentation and advising on the full range of commercial, contractual and legal issues that arise during the procurement, and delivery of major projects.
Sonya has advised on major projects across numerous industry sectors, including engineering, building, water, rail, mining, telecommunications and energy and is a specialist in PPP procurement. She has a keen interest in infrastructure policy, risk management, training and development of project teams, and public speaking.
Sonya brings over 19 years’ experience working in infrastructure procurement and delivery and is known for her strong communication skills and action-oriented approach to solving complex issues, combined with her ability to lead and work as part of teams in a friendly, open and enthusiastic manner.
Shankar (PhD) is a Professor of Organisational Project Management at the UTS School of the Built Environment and teaches about project leadership and project governance in the Master of Project Management.
Shankar worked as a major project manager in the industry for over fifteen years before joining academia.
This course will be hosted at the UTS City Campus (Ultimo, NSW) with specific venue locations confirmed with enrolled participants closer to the start date.
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