Policy Analysis Toolbox – Part 1 (P201)
This workshop will provide both policy analysts and subject-matter experts with some effective tools that will help them to formulate good public policy. Starting with perceptions of a problem, such as what might flow from a risk assessment, a minister’s office, or media reports, this workshop will help participants to apply an analytical framework and use tools with which they can formulate credible policy options. Policy Analysis Toolbox - Part 1 deals with problem-solving and the first part of options-identification. Policy Analysis Toolbox - Part 2 (P219) looks at assessment of options and making a recommendation.This workshop will maximize the amount of hands-on learning through the use of case studies and group work.This is a two-day workshop in Ottawa.Space is still available for all course dates listed, unless otherwise noted.
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Who Should Attend This Course?This course is designed for federal government policy analysts, program officers, and subject-matter experts of the EC-2 to EC-8 levels or equivalent, and for managers.
Does This Course Address Your Competency Development Needs?This training workshop addresses: • Achievement / Results Oriented • Analytical Thinking • Client Service • Impact / Influence • Innovation / Initiative • Leadership • Management Excellence • Organizational Knowledge • Planning / Organizing • Policy Development • Problem Solving • Research, Analysis and Evaluation • Risk Management and Assessment • Strategic Thinking • Values and Ethics • Working with Others