Public Procurement Management Specialist (PPMS) Accreditation Training Sessions
Autorité de Régulation des Marchés Publics (ARMP)
August 3, 2015 September 2, 2016
Intensive training programmes lasting ten working days for Public Procurement Management Specialists (PPMS) at national level in Senegal. Nine training sessions were held from August 2015 to September 2016. SETYM International, in partnership with the School of Management Science (ESG) of the Université du Québec à Montréal (UQAM), developed a process leading to the accreditation of Public Procurement Management Specialists (PPMS). This accreditation based on a preparatory seminar and an examination evaluates the candidate's skills and ability to manage public procurement. This seminar is an excellent opportunity to intensively review procurement contexts, topics, and questions covered in the PPMS exam. The participants deepen their understanding of the notions, approaches and tools they learned about when reading preparatory documents and practise taking the official examination on-site, during a simulation exactly reproducing the actual conditions of the examination. The official accreditation examination, which takes place after the preparation stage, is given on the last day of the training course.
▪ Review concepts, approaches, tools, techniques, and good practices indispensable for awarding and carrying out public contracts.▪ Follow participants through the exam preparation procedure to maximize their success. ▪ Develop good reflexes to answer multiple-choice questions. ▪ Train candidates for effective time management during the exam.
"SETYM is renowned for the quality and professionalism of its trainers, their experience in public procurement, and the content of its training topics".
"This new knowledge will allow me to be more thorough in the public procurement process and, most importantly, pay close attention to the methods that should be used".
"We are familiar with national public procurement procedures. In my opinion, the procedures of the World Bank are interesting and solid knowledge of them is essential for anyone wanting to pursue a successful career in the field of public procurement".