IPAA Victoria offers this course because planning and delivering better services depends on having a strong understanding of how policy is developed and implemented across the whole of government.
That’s why our five day, small group, Gain the Policy Edge program equips participants with the skills to contribute to policy development and implementation and to see its connection to the delivery of better services.
It challenges participants to think cleverly about the work they do.
Participants who successfully complete the IPAA Victoria Gain the Policy Edge are eligible to apply for advanced standing for one post graduate level elective subject into any of the La Trobe Business School post graduate courses, subject to meeting course admission requirements
Your course facilitators
Senior Advisor, Nous Group
The Hon. David Bartlett is the former Premier of Tasmania. Before entering politics David had a successful career in the information technology, telecommunications and innovation sectors. During his time as Tasmania’s 43rd Premier, David championed his home state for its natural strengths in water, renewable energy, high value food and primary industries, tourism and highspeed telecommunications.
Rhys is an experienced organisational leader and has worked at the highest levels of the public service for over 16 years. Rhys is passionate about great leadership in organisations and has driven reform agendas across many areas of government. He has a strong background in governance, central agency leadership, energy policy, industry development and major project facilitation. Rhys was the Secretary of the Department of Premier and Cabinet for six years (2008-2014) and has held numerous senior public sector positions as well as roles as a Ministerial adviser.
Personal Member $5,206.00
Non Member $6,372.00
Corporate Silver $4,658.00
Corporate Gold $4,384.00
All prices are GST inclusive
Who Should Attend?
Senior Policy makers or for anyone who needs to understand the conceptual framework for the policy work they already do.
Dates & Times
Monday, 11 February - Friday, 15 February 2019
(5 day program)
9:00am - 5:00pm