National Policy Officers’ Conference

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In partnership with Liquid Learning and Australian Policy Online, the Centre for Policy Development presents the National Policy Officers’ Conference in Canberra, ACT from March 9 to March 12, 2009.

The conference is a must for anyone working in policy or with an interest in getting into the sector. It has been designed specifically for policy officers, analysts and people working in policy management and evaluation roles, presenting practical advice on how policy officers can become more effective in all aspects of their role in a changing policy environment.

Liquid LearningThe three days includes workshops outlining practical guides to policy development including ways to utilise cabinet processes and the mechanics of government followed by a series of case study presentations from experienced policy officers from federal, state and local government. Presenters will draw on their own experiences to provide participants with practical advice on how they can become more effective in the various aspects of their role from policy development to implementation, analysis, evaluation and review – all facets of the policy making process will be explored.

Centre for Policy Development members receive a 10% discount off the standard registration!* (Excludes group rand early brid discounts.)

Book your ticket HERE now! or download the conference program

National Policy Officers’ Conference, March 9 – March 12 2009, Canberra ACT.

EXPLORE…
* The Evolving Skill Set of Effective Policy Officers
* Applying Leading Edge Tools for Improved Policy Outcomes
* Inter-Agency Collaboration on Policy Projects and Programs
* Targeting Stakeholder Needs and Resolving Conflict
WHO WILL ATTEND?
* Policy Officers
* Policy Developers / Analysts
* Branch / Program Managers

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