Our special “bundle” of three policy courses for the price of two includes:
• Policy 1 – Reviewing the Fundamentals (April 8)
• Policy 2 – Policy Making in a Changing Environment (April 25)
• Policy 3 – New Directions in Policy Making (May 4)
Take advantage of our three one-day policy courses for the price of two at the Institute on Governance’s Learning Lab.
Our “policy bundle” attracts a range of public servants who want to review policy fundamentals, better deal with current policy challenges and focus on the more advanced dimensions of policy development.
What past participants have said about the policy bundle
“Great structure, relevant material, knowledgeable instructors. Overall, very valuable courses.”
“Good, practical advice and guidance relevant to my job. Interesting, modern, relevant to today.”
“The practical case studies and working groups were vivid and memorable.”
Our Spring Policy Bundle is sequenced to jump start your thinking on the policy development process and the current challenges facing policy analysts.
These three, full-day premier policy courses give you easy and affordable access to all aspects of the policy-making process. In addition, they are about more than just policy making; they are about influencing critical decision makers to do the right thing.
These three courses, taken individually, would cost $890 each or $2,670. However, if you take all three, they cost just $1,780. This means we’re throwing in the third course, absolutely FREE!
The discount bundle includes:
April 8: Policy 1 – Reviewing the Fundamentals. This course provides an overview of how policy is developed and put into practice by the federal government.
April 25: Policy 2 – Policy-Making in a Changing Environment. This course takes policy making to the next level so that you can better navigate the complex policy landscape and create the conditions for success.
May 4: Policy 3 – New Directions in Policy Making. This course provides a more realistic understanding of how decisions are made under conditions of risk, uncertainty and complexity. In line with Blueprint 2020, it also discusses how behavioural economics can provide more innovative policies and programs.
You can attend these courses individually or click here to register for all three at once.
For more information or to register, please contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org or (613) 562-0090 x200.