ELEVENSES with G-REG
The G-REG conference this year is a series of 10 webinars held at 11 a.m through October and November. At 45 minutes, they’re long enough to learn something and short enough to take the time. New Zealand’s best regulators sharing their experience. At no charge.
Themes include collaboration, responsiveness, stewardship, building local networks, and the wellbeing of regulators. It’s going to be a fascinating conference.
Register your interest and keep up to date with when, where and what the webinars are as we confirm details. So, why don’t you grab a coffee and join us. It’s all you can eat for free.
This workshop is designed to provide those in front-facing operational roles techniques to effect change in their regulatory environment. Using case studies, learners will understand when in the policy cycle they can influence for change, how to define a problem and present an evidence-based case for change. [NOTE: this workshop will not address how legislation
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This video was made mid 2018. G-REG now has over 6,000 learners.
Why G-REG matters
G-REG’s vision is to make the people working in the regulatory sector better skilled, according to common standards, and more broadly aware of what being part of a wider professional regulatory community means.
In early 2015 G-REG was set up by chief executives to improve regulatory practice, regulatory leadership, regulatory culture, and workforce capability in and across state sector organisations and regulatory systems.
One of G-REG’s unique key features is that it joins up local and central government together in a way that has simply never happened before.
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a series of qualifications to formalise training and improve leadership, culture, and capability in regulatory practice throughout local and central government
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Sharing learnings is an important part of developing regulatory practice. Here’s where you can ask the questions and share your knowledge.
G-REG has teamed up with the ANZSOG/NRCoP to make a whole array of new resources available free of charge to any interested Kiwi regulators.