The Development and Impact of Public Sector Policy

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£ 2,850 + VAT

Description

  • Typology

    Short course

  • Level

    Intermediate

  • Location

    London

Description

The Development and Impact of Public Sector Policy course, organized by London Corporate Training, is targeted to people who are directly responsible for the interpretation, development and implementation of public sector planning, and the effective assessment of the impacts of state policies - economically, socially and environmentally.

Its five-day schedule incorporates a range of learning media, including: case studies, business simulations and effective use of key planning and causal effect tools to enable delegates to swiftly and confidently implement their learning outcomes upon their return to the workplace.

Also, the course curriculum includes: an exploration of the key roles and objectives of Government and the legislature framework, and expands to incorporate policy development, economic benefit analysis and social and environmental impact analysis.

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Facilities

Location

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London
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3 Shortlands, Hammersmith, London, W6 8DA

Starts

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To take into account

By the end of the course delegates will be able to: • Identify the key role and objectives of government • Describe the policy development process • Appreciate and measure the key impacts of public sector policy making • Make informed policy improvement recommendations • Assess the Economic Impact of Public Sector Policy

Delegates directly responsible for the interpretation, development and implementation of public sector planning and the effective assessment of the impacts of state policies economically, socially and environmentally.

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4.5
20/10/2016
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Subjects

  • Public Sector
  • Public
  • Government
  • Economic
  • Public Sector Policy
  • Foreign Investment
  • Social Impact
  • Stakeholders
  • Environmental Impact
  • Agricultural Sectors

Course programme

Role and Objectives of the Government

·Overview of the key role of government

·Understanding the changing objectives of government

·The role of the legislature and judiciary within policy development

·Interpretation of policy by the legislative drafter

Key Elements of the Policy Development Process

·Alignment of public sector policy with governmental objectives

·Integrating public sector policy with existing domestic legislation

·Integrating policy with international frameworks and treaties

·Ensuring due process in policy development

Measuring the Economic Impact of Public Sector Policy

·Measuring overall economic benefit

·Measuring policy impact upon direct foreign investment

·Measuring policy impact by industrial sector

·Measuring the “Local content” impact

Measuring the Social Impact of Public Sector Policy

·Defining key socio-economic stakeholders

·Measuring per capita income

·Measuring skills development and capacity building

·Measuring standards-of-living impacts

Measuring the Environmental impact of Public Sector Policy

·Defining key environmental measures

·International environmental standards

·Impacts of policy by industry sector – including Oil & Gas and Agricultural sectors

·Case study review & analysis – European Union Policies and their ensuing impacts

The Development and Impact of Public Sector Policy

£ 2,850 + VAT