Dynamic Regulation – Regulating for Now and the Future

This is an in-house training course. For further information and pricing contact [email protected] or phone on +44 20 7661 7817.

Overview

Effective regulation is vital to protect consumers, society, health, the economy and the environment. At the same time there is a need to manage the cost of regulation – e.g. the cost of operating regulation and also the costs incurred by those regulated.

This live virtual training seminar is designed to help participants explore the idea of dynamic regulation. It will analyse how to approach regulation in a way that addresses current needs but that is also capable of adapting to future challenges.

In a fast-changing world, regulation needs to take a dynamic and evolutionary approach. The day’s topics will emphasise the implications for the work of those designing policy as well as that of regulators. The course reflects the latest thinking on regulatory best practice, including the most pertinent insights from the 2017 Regulatory Futures Review.

This highly interactive event will explore how this best practice can be applied to likely future challenges for those working in every aspect of the regulatory cycle, from policy development to regulatory enforcement.

Who is this course designed for?

The course will be useful for those from independent regulators, civil servants, local government officials as well as anyone from the private and voluntary sectors who is involved in influencing government policy on regulatory issues. The event is designed for people with a variety of levels of experience – from those new to regulation to those with extensive experience who are seeking some fresh insights.

How will you benefit from attending?

Those people involved in any of the stages of the regulatory cycle will benefit from attending this course, as it designed to explore the latest thinking about best practice in regulation, such as principles-based approaches, earned recognition, and better targeted enforcement. The day has a practical focus which means that any ideas or theories discussed will be placed firmly in the context of how to make them work in practice, meaning that you will return to your desk the next day better equipped to deliver successfully in your role.

Learning Objectives

Attendees to this course will:

  • Understand what is meant by dynamic regulation and how they can contribute towards achieving it
  • Consider practical ways in which regulators can improve their performance
  • Discuss emerging challenges for regulation and how to address these challenges
  • Understand how behavioural science and psychology can be used to best effect in the design stages of regulation all the way through to the enforcement pyramid

Agenda

Session One Foundation Issues in Regulation

  • Rationales for regulation
  • The different types of regulation
  • What is “dynamic regulation”?
  • Keeping burdens on business (and other regulated entities) low, whilst still achieving regulatory objectives
  • An initial view on current and future challenges

Session Two Current Best Practice in Dynamic Regulation

  • Outcomes and principles versus rules-based approaches
  • Earned recognition and autonomy
  • Dynamic targeting and enforcement
  • Other best-practice issues
  • Sharing of delegates’ experiences

Session Three Strategies for Dynamism

  • What it means to be strategic
  • Targeting regulation at the right stage (before, during, after activity) and ensuring dynamic integration between approaches at the different stages
  • Case-studies of organisations who are adopting a more dynamic approach
  • Delegate input

Lunch

Session Four Creating More Dynamic Regulators

  • Increasing expertise
  • Adaptability
  • Streamlining processes
  • Sharing data and intelligence
  • Funding models

Session Five
Future Challenges and Action Planning

  • Discussion of emerging future challenges and their implications for delegates
  • Action planning
  • Sources of further help
  • Final Discussion

Close

This is an in-house training course. For further information and pricing contact [email protected] or phone on +44 20 7661 7817.

Our training seminars are based on

  • A vast reservoir of knowledge about effective, delivery-focused approaches that are designed to enable you to achieve better results in your place of work
  • Expert practitioner and thought-leader experience, covering a comprehensive range of practical knowledge and people skills, to help you to work more productively
  • International perspectives and experience, enabling transferability and applicability wherever in the world you are from

Our training team

  • Our L&D team have all had successful careers as practitioners in their fields of expertise. They bring their experience, knowledge and skills to support the professional development of other public servants
  • Our team all now work as professional trainers, blending practitioner experience with professionally designed L&D solutions
  • Between them, our team have provided training for more than 100,000 public servants from 120 countries

Our training ethos

  • We deliver people-focused training designed to help you perform better
  • We provide practical insights, based on years of experience about what works, combined with practical methods to help you to make it work effectively in your own organisation
  • We are here to help you to perform better

Trainer

Tony Cash

Tony Cash is an expert on policy, strategy and regulatory best practice. He is a former civil servant and his roles included Head of Strategy and Communications for the Joint Trade Policy Unit and Deputy Director of the Department for Business internal training team.

In his role as a training consultant, he has trained people in policy-making best practice and better regulation across the UK and overseas (including Bermuda, British Virgin Islands, Cayman Islands, Dubai, Guernsey, Ireland, Kenya, Malta and South Africa).

He has worked with many government organisations on impact assessment. He also provides training on many related subjects including change management, governance, leadership, parliamentary affairs, project management, public service reform, risk management and strategic management.

He delivers training in a wide range of formats including online. Tony is also an organisation development expert (MSc OD) and holds qualifications in coaching (Certificate in Executive Coaching), training (CIPD Certificate in Training Practice), project management (PRINCE 2 Foundation and Practitioner) and Neuro-Linguistic Programming.

This is an in-house training course. For further information and pricing contact [email protected] or phone on +44 20 7661 7817.