b'DEVELOPING EFFECTIVE POLICIES: ANALYSIS, EVIDENCE AND IMPACT /The most robust policies are underpinned and driven by strong andCOURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to: demonstrable evidence. This ve-day course will help all those Understand and implement the benets of evidence-basedwithin governmental, public, private or NGO organisations who are policy making responsible for the design, planning and implementation of policies, Use the best available evidence to improve your decisionto improve their decision-making skills throughout the different making around policies and their substance stages of the policy process. Appraise the worth and quality of available evidenceUnderstand the various factors that can inuence policy making Focused on addressing the problems faced by delegates in their Commission and manage research, evaluation and analyticalpolicy, programme or project challenges, on this course you will services choose a real-life issue to work through over the week. Delegates will explore all stages of policy-making, from initial planningKEY TOPICS through to post implementation monitoring and evaluation. The Using research evidence to develop, implement and monitordifferent types and resources of evidence will be examined to robust and strategic policy assess their value and contribution, and how they can best be The different types of research and evaluation combined with other factors that affect the policy-making process. Compiling high-quality evidence in performance-managed government and resource allocation This course will cover areas such as: systematic reviews; data from Reviewing examples of evidence-based policy-making fromcensuses and surveys; experimental evidence; economic appraisal different countries methods; implementation evidence; qualitative methods and public consultations. This highly practical workshop also includesThis is week one of The Policy Toolkit: Evidence, Evaluation and guidance on how to improve your communication of policy ideas toImpact Assessment. decision makers, including Ministers. DURATION FEEDATE VENUE05 DAYS2,49514 - 18 June 2021 London18 - 22 October 2021 MiamiTHE LEGISLATIVE TOOLKIT /This 15-day programme combines:COURSE OBJECTIVES:On completion, you will be able to:Understand the stages of the legislative process and theTranslating Policy into Legislation05 days essential characteristics of good draftingLegislative Drafting: Essential Skills10 days Be aware of policy from a legislative drafters viewpoint, and analyse policy for the purposes of drafting legislation This course gives delegates the opportunity to understand the Better assist the process of amending and updating statute law processes required, once policy has been formulated, to instruct Understand how to use language that maintains consistencythose who have the responsibility to draft legislation, and then to and is clear familiarise themselves with the environment in which those drafters Apply the skills learned in practical and written exercises need to work. KEY TOPICS In the rst week, delegates will get an overview of how policy comes How and where policy originates to be formulated and enacted. They will learn, by examining How policy needs to be communicated to those who will createlegislative and other rules, how a lack of clarity on the part of those the necessary legal rules to enable it to be implemented instructing legislative counsel can lead to those rules being The essential characteristics of good legislative drafting thatincomplete, ambiguous or difficult to understand. Practical enable those affected by legislation to know exactly what issuggestions will be offered as to the type of information needed in required of themorder to adequately instruct legislative counsel. DURATION FEEDATE VENUEIn the second and third weeks, the course will concentrate on the basic principles involved with creating rules that are easy to15 DAYS 5,85007 - 25 June 2021Londonunderstand and implement. Delegates will be shown how this process involves writing texts that are clear, consistent and concise, and they will be asked to undertake a series of class and written graded exercises that encourage the putting into practice of principles learned.94e: email@example.com: +44 (0)20 3940 4300'