Professional Certificate in International Regulatory Affairs
23rd - 27th November 2020, Virtual Learning

Course Overview

A recent OECD report stated that 'there is nothing more important to the progress of our economies and societies than good regulation'.

This programme has been designed with regulatory experts to provide significant benefits to individuals from across the regulatory spectrum and from countries around the world.

A wide range of broad regulatory issues and solutions are examined, challenged and critically analysed as a means to improve decision making, regulatory frameworks and reform processes. Through discussions with leading regulatory practitioners, participants will be trained to assess current regulatory initiatives, and, through exploration of alternative methods and comparison with international colleagues, provide advice on their reform and improvement.

This is a specialist training course leading to a Level 5 Chartered Management Institute (CMI) Certificate in Management and Leadership. Upon completion of this week-long course and subsequent written tasks, the successful candidate will be awarded a Level 5 CMI certificate in Management & Leadership showing the CMI units achieved. The CMI is the only chartered professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards in management and leadership excellence. The professional qualifications offered by the Institute are internationally recognised and sought after.

Learning Outcomes

By the end of the course delegates will be able to:

  • Understand regulatory failure and how to appropriately respond
  • Lead effective organisational change
  • Develop knowledge of smart regulation
  • Examine international regulations and agreements
  • Create more efficient regulatory strategies

How You Will Benefit

  1. Examine and compare regulatory reform initiatives from around the world
  2. Consider the psychology of regulated individuals and organisations and how this affects regulatory initiatives
  3. Study recent developments in regulatory behaviour
  4. Evaluate alternatives to regulation
  5. Identify ways to raise standards in regulation