Expert communication for stakeholder engagement

Crawford School of Public Policy | Executive course


Advanced communication is at the heart of being able to engage stakeholders successfully to ensure that policies are better planned, more accurately informed, are accepted and implemented.

Course date: 
9.30am–4.30pm 21 November 2018

Course overview

In this course you learn the art and science of effective communication and how to use this knowledge to be able to:

• effectively engage with a range of different stakeholders

• ‘road test’ policy initiatives and proposals

• ensure collaborative communication

• uncover and address stakeholder concerns.

Cost: $1,350 GST incl; Group discounts applicable.

Course date: 9.30am–4.30pm 21 November 2018

Venue:#132, Crawford Building, Lennox Crossing, ANU

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Important information about your enrolment

All full day subscription courses are $1,350 (GST incl) unless otherwise specified. Maximum class size is 22 participants. Full day courses run from 9.30am - 4.30pm.

Group discounts are available for bulk registrations of 3 or more participants. To receive the group discount, registrations must include full details of all participants attending.

Cancellations or changes to course registrations should be provided in writing to at the earliest opportunity. Substitutions of registrants or shifting to other courses is permissible but subject to approval and may incur a cost.

Please view our Cancellation Policy for further information.

Course convenor

Dr Pamela Kinnear

Pamela brings a wealth of experience at senior levels in government (line Depts, statistical agencies, PM&C), non-government, academic/think tank and consulting sectors including:

• Leading major projects of national significance (e.g., reforming Australia’s child support system; disaster recovery – Vic fires/Qld floods; higher education reform; welfare reform)

• Conducting research and engaging in public commentary and analysis in the broadcast and print media

• Coordinating policy positions amongst nationally dispersed memberships

• Speaking in major conferences and meetings and appearing before Parliamentary Committees

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