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What is the best way to engage stakeholders, measure societal wellbeing, interpret data or communicate a policy?
This Spring public policy professionals will have the opportunity to learn answers to these questions, and many more, as part of Crawford School’s new Executive Education program.
Providing professionals with access to world-leading academics and highly experienced public service practitioners, the Executive Education program offers a wide range of courses to match different interests, experience and professional development needs.
Executive Education Director, Professor Quentin Grafton, says the new program builds on the established and highly successful courses of Asia and the Pacific’s leading policy school with new offerings, to respond to the changing public policy environment.
“The demands placed on those working in public policy have never been greater.
“This creates a challenging and exciting environment for those working in public policy. It also means that those crafting policy responses at every level need to ensure that their skills experience and learning opportunities are leading edge.
“That’s where Crawford School’s Executive Education comes in,” he said.
Offering short courses for professionals at all stages of their career, the Spring program features small class sizes to ensure focused learning and a highly interactive experience for participants to apply their new skills on practical examples.
This Spring, Crawford School offers two new advanced courses, Polling Power and Using Economics to Drive Efficiency, combining an already established and highly successful calendar with new offerings designed to suit emergent trends and issues facing the public sector.
Customised courses to suit the specific professional development needs of organisations are also available.