How good policy is made: The Australian Government guide to regulation with rigourOpen Learning
What you'll learn on the course
Interested in learning more about how good regulation is made in Australia?
For every policy proposal designed to introduce or abolish regulation, policy-makers are required to submit a Regulatory Impact Statement or RIS. The RIS process is designed to promote better, not more regulation in Australia, as itrequires an impartial, rigorous and evidence-based analysis of the policy problem.
This course will explore Australia's regulatory processes and why they are key toeffective regulation.
You can decide what and how you navigate throughout the modules and activities; with different learning pathways for each participants' needs and experience levels.
- By the end of this MOOC, you will be able towrite a Regulatory Impact Statement(RIS) usingbest practice regulatory processes to solvepolicy problems.
You will deepen your understanding of the Regulatory ImpactStatement (RIS) processby writingyour ownRegulatory Impact Statement (RIS)for a fictional scenario.
What's more,you will haveimproved yourabilitytomake effectivepolicy.