This Masterclass in Public Policy, Public Affairs and Government Relations training course provides a framework for Public Policy development, which will help enhance the learner’s knowledge and understanding on how Public Policies are designed, the mechanics of Policymaking used by Governments to analyze and monitor the delivery of Policy outcomes. This training course will provide insight into the distinction between Public Policy and Public Administration.
This course will give an introduction to the key elements of Public Affairs, help clarify the roles, duties and responsibilities of the Government relations function which is becoming an indispensable one in all corporates and organizations whether private, public or state owned.
This seminar will help differentiate between Government Relations and Public Affairs roles and establish the fit of both into the Public Policy process as well their interactions within the broader term of Public Relations.
This Oxford Management Centre training course will highlight:
Public Policy Landscape
Public Policy Development and Delivery Process
Role and Purpose of Public Affairs
Public Affairs Strategy
Government Relations Function
Government Relations versus Public Affairs
Public Policy versus Public Administration
At the end of this training course, you will be able to:
Navigate the stages of Public Policy development process from issue identification to solutions delivery and evaluation
Gain an overview of Public Affairs as a distinct discipline
Learn about the building blocks of a Public Affairs Strategy
Learn about the need to develop and implement a Government Relations Strategy
Distinguish between Public Relations and Government Relations
Understand the interaction between Public Affairs and Public Policy
A highly interactive masterclass, where all delegates will be encouraged to engage and participate, share, and gain from each other’s knowledge and experience. This Oxford Management Centre training course will use a range of approaches to learning, including experiential group activities, individual exercises, case studies and syndicate discussions.
This course is of direct relevance to Public Sector, Government and Non-Governmental entities and authorities which can achieve improvements in their operations through:
Addressing Public Problems in a Priority and Timely manner
Effective Decision Making
Efficient Structure of Policy Making, Public Affairs and Government Relations
Clarity on Roles and Responsibilities (Who is supposed to do What) on those respective Functions
Improving the ability to communicate and gain stakeholder engagement
Understanding how an Efficient Government Relations function could facilitate operations and support decision making
This training program will benefit participants by gaining knowledge that will enable them to have a better understanding on:
Their Roles and Responsibilities within their respective functions
Roles & Responsibilities of the Structures and Institutions Involved
How to Develop and Execute Effective Policies?
How to Develop and Execute a fitting Public Affairs Strategy?
How to Establish an adequate Government Relations Function?
Who should attend?
This is essential for those new to Public Affairs, Government Relations, as well as for anyone working in Policymaking or Government who needs a greater understanding of how decisions are made.
Targeting a wide range of Government and Non-Government Officials involved at various levels and different stages of the Policy making Process, Public Relations and Public Affairs: