If you’ve been considering studying for the qualification, why not make it your New Year’s resolution for January?
G-REG Core Knowledge builds understanding of the regulatory environment that we work in, using interesting case studies from across government such as Maritime New Zealand, IRD, Ministry for Primary Industries, NZ Transport Agency and Wellington City Council.
G-REG’s (Core Knowledge) is intended for everyone working in government, whether you are directly involved in regulation or only in a supporting role. It allows you to have a common language and understanding with colleagues across government. There are several other qualifications available through the G-REG programme. Following Core Knowledge however is (Operational Knowledge) (Level 4) and this is for those who are either preparing to carry out, or supporting others to carry out, frontline regulatory compliance work.
These courses are online and you can work through them in your own time. There are also cohorts where you are paired with a group of learners in your location to get together once a month, discuss the module and complete the assessment.
Core Knowledge is made up of six modules, delivered to you one a month over six months and it only takes a few minutes to register.
For more information on the currently available G-REG qualifications and how to enrol, head to the G-REG page
Continuing Education workshops
Registration is now open for a series of Continuing Education workshops. The five workshops currently available will be held in Wellington at the MBIE head office, 15 Stout Street in the New Year. We are working on delivering these courses in Auckland too.
These half-day sessions will be facilitated by subject matter experts from MBIE, LINZ, Treasury and The Chair in Regulatory Practice. It’s a chance to further your learning and hear from engaging speakers, whether you have completed G-REG, are currently studying towards these qualifications or are thinking of signing up to study.
Each course costs $150 to attend and places are limited, so register early to guarantee your place at www.g-reg.govt.nz
|Course Name||Course Description||Date and Time|
|Policy 101 for Regulators||Understand what public policy is, what policy advisors do, and the basic process of policy analysis||17 February 2020, 12.30pm – 4.30pm |
|Demystifying Regulatory Stewardship||What is regulatory stewardship and what does it mean for your work||6 March 2020, 9.00am – 1.00 pm|
|Public Sector Ethics||Understand what is meant by Public Service standards and values and learn how to apply them to everyday work.||20 March 2020, 12.30pm – 4.30pm|
|Working with Others||Working with others and the power of establishing positive working relationships.||24 March 2020, 12.30pm – 4.30pm|
|Risk governance and risk-based regulation||Explore the foundations of risk as an approach to regulatory governance and practice.|
3 April 2020, 9.00am – 1.00pm