Public-private partnership is increasingly being used as an umbrella description to embrace the range of options that are now available to replace the previous choices between the public sector or privatization. There is also wider acceptance that competition has a role to play in the provision of efficient services to the public. In essence, there are increasingly difficult choices for policy makers about the best partnership option to select for a particular activity. Several options are available under the new dispensation of public-private partnerships. This course is therefore designed to equip managers with the technical know-how to address the strengths, weaknesses and relevance of the available options analytically and objectively.