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Public Private Partnerships - Education facilities

A Public Private Partnerships (PPP) is a new approach for procuring infrastructure where the private sector provides vital services for a fixed period of usually 30 years - called the concession period. In return, the Government will pay a monthly service fee to the vendor.

The services provided by the private sector include:

At the end of the period the school will be handed back to the Department of Education, Training and Employment (DETE). Another key feature of PPP is risk sharing between the public and private sectors for the duration of the concession period.

The department manages three PPPs:

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For further information or inquiries please email

Information on PPP training facilities

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