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Measuring societal wellbeing: insights for policymakers

This course will survey alternative measures being used to assess quality of life and what might be done to improve our understanding of how to measure societal wellbeing.

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The art of stakeholder engagement

In this course, you will learn the art of stakeholder engagement as it applies to matters of community unease, conflict or high political sensitivity and to policy issues of a complex or intractable nature.

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Understanding productivity performance and trends

This course will help you to understand productivity, interpret productivity trends and appreciate what can be done to improve national productivity performance.

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Environmental and resource economics for non-economists

In this course you will discover how economic approaches can be used to improve management of valuable, but often under-priced, environmental assets.

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Executive education

Crawford School’s Executive Education program is your pathway to professional development.

Regardless of your career stage our range of courses will provide you with skills, knowledge and expertise in public policy that you and your employer will find invaluable.

Our Executive Education program gives you access to world-leading experts drawn from the public service and academia.

Class sizes are small to allow for a focused learning experience and interactive to ensure participants finish their chosen course with experience, understanding and confidence.


Find a course that matches your interest, experience and professional development needs.

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How to enrol

Enrol in your course in three easy steps.

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Contact us

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