Regulation, risks and harms explores the, at times, complex relationship between organisational risk, the potential of harm and the liberty of a commercial entity to operate in a free-market economy.
Participants gain a deeper insight into the balance between harm, risk and regulatory interference through facilitated discussions, applying practical techniques and shared experience to real-world scenarios.
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Tangible skills that reduce harms
- Core concepts in regulation
- Regulatory design and development
- Governance, decision-making
and regulatory discretion
- Advanced regulatory thinking:
posture and maturity
- Strategic regulation:
effective interventions in a complex environment
- Contemporary compliance strategies
- Risk-based regulation
- Crisis management and planning
- Effective regulatory writing
- ‘Nudge’ and regulatory practice
- Administrative law
- Monitoring, compliance and evaluation
- Enforcement awareness
- Regulatory advice and guidance
- Statutory interpretation
- Performance evaluation