Agenda

Professional Certificate in International Regulatory Affairs

Day one – Monday 4th March 2019

09:30 Refreshments

09:45 Chairman’s Welcome and Introductions

Overview of the Week 
Chair’s Welcome and delegates’ introductions

10:00 Regulatory principles, creating Regulation.

Why regulate

What is a regulator

Costing regulation

Impact Assessment

11:15 Morning Coffee

11:30 Regulatory Behaviour: Challenges and developments

Market challenges

Where regulators get it wrong!

Reasons for failure

How does a Regulator fulfill their role?

International Tensions

Recent Case Studies

13:00 Lunch

13:45 Regulatory Reform Initiatives

Approach to Different Sized Organisations

Reform in Business Regulation and Beyond

14:45 Afternoon Tea

15:00 Regulatory Reform Initiatives (continued)

Reducing Burdens on Business

Right Touch Regulation

Sooner or Later? -Anticipatory Regulation

Some Developments in Better Regulation
16:45 End of Day Wrap Up
17:00 Close


Day Two – Tuesday 5th March 2019

09:30 Refreshments

09:45 Chairman’s Welcome and Recap

10:00 Economic Regulation, Competition and Markets

Why do you need Competition Regulation?

Regulation of Cartels, Abuse of dominant position, Inefficient Markets, Utility Monopolies and Oligopolies, State Aids

11:00 Morning Coffee
11:15 Economic Regulation, Competition and Markets (continued)

Mergers and Aquisitions. Competition Regulation Exercise

13.00 Lunch
13:45 Governance of Regulators

Defining Governance

Key Players

Why are standards important?

Best Practice in the Governance of Regulators (OECD and UK)

15:00 Afternoon Tea

15:15 Case Study: Care Quality Commission

16:15 Closing Discussion: How do we make better regulation

17:00 Close



Day Three – Wednesday 6th March 2019

09:30 Refreshments

09:45 Chairman’s Welcome and Recap

10:00 Risk in Regulation

Risk and the Case for Regulation

Risk Assessment and Management

Risk Based Regulation

          Public Perception of Risk 

11:15 Morning Coffee
11:30 Raising Regulatory Standards

What is Quality Regulation

Regulating Professional Standards

Role of Audit and Inspection

What stage to target the regulation

Principles vs rules-based regulation

Monitoring and Evaluation 

13.00 Lunch
13:45 Full Range of Alternatives to Regulation

Guided Workshop and Discussion  

15:00 Afternoon Tea

15:15 Exchange of Experience

Delegates to exchange experience from their jurisdictions from which other delegates might benefit. This could include regulatory action they have taken that has worked well, actions where things could have gone better and what lessons might be learned, any particular problems they might have which they feel the rest of the group could help with.


16:15 End of Day Wrap Up

16:30 Close



Day Four – Thursday 7th March 2019

09:30 Refreshments

09:45 Chairman’s Welcome and Recap

10:00 Enforcement 

The DREAM Framework

Ensuring effective targeting

Enforcement Moving Forward

Case Study -Brazil

11:15 Morning Coffee
11:30 Case Study: OFGEM
         

12.45 Lunch
13:30 Using Behavioral Insights to Improve the Effectiveness of Regulation 

Why do you need Competition Regulation?

Regulation of Cartels, Abuse of dominant position, Inefficient Markets, Utility Monopolies and Oligopolies, State Aids


14:45 Afternoon Tea

15:15 Regulatory Failure

Examination of generic and specific factors which tend to contribute to regulatory failure


16:15 End of the Day Wrap Up

16:30 Close



Day Five – Friday 8th March 2019


09:30 Refreshments

09:45 Chairman’s Welcome and Recap

10:00 People and Culture in Regulation

Why are People and Cultural Issues Important

Why do we keep making the same mistakes?

11:00 Morning Coffee
11:15 Chartered Management Institute Qualification: Structuring a written piece of work for assessment

12.45 End of the Course Wrap Up

Certificate presentation

Evaluation forms

13.00 Lunch