The NSW Policy Officers Conference 2017

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Monday, February 6, 2017 - 09:00 to Friday, February 10, 2017 - 16:30
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Rydges World Square

Liquid Learning is delighted to present the NSW Policy Officers' Conference 2017, the premier opportunity for policy practitioners to refresh their toolkit and develop the key skills necessary to operate effectively in a complex and constantly evolving policy environment.

The NSW Policy Officers’ Conference 2017 has been tailored to meet the needs of Policy Practitioners working across state government levels in this space. This premier event will explore the suite of contemporary skills and tools to ensure that policy professionals are equipped to develop contemporary, outcome-driven policy.

Followed by a two-day specialised training intensive workshop, the summit will bring together insightful expertise and opinion from policy leaders and experts across NSW and the Commonwealth. Policy Professionals will build upon and refine existing, essential skills to enhance their influence and effectiveness in all stages of policymaking.

With plenty of opportunity for interactive discussion to assess the efficacy and limitations of current methodologies, delegates will potentially form valuable connections with like-minded practitioners and leaders.
As the premier informative and networking event for NSW Policy Professionals, this summit is an essential career development opportunity that should not be missed!

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  • Exploring the latest approaches to policymaking in NSW Government
  • Optimal mastering of essential skills for all stages of policymaking
  • Enhancing communicative techniques for influential stakeholder engagement
  • Innovative data analysis for advanced and effective policy development

Featured Speakers:

  • Matthew James Assistant Secretary - Information and Evaluation Branch The Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet
  • Rhys Bollen Executive Director, Regulatory Policy Department of Finance, Services and Innovation
  • Martin Graham Executive Director, External Relations Policy NSW Department of Education
  • Linda Mallett Executive Director, System Development and Reform (Ageing, Disability and Homecare) Department of Family and Community Services, NSW
  • Scott Johnston Director, Workforce Information NSW Public Service Commission
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