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Crawford School of Public Policy

Crawford School of Public Policy Courses

Graduate Certificate

Canberra
All of these courses incorporate research-based assessment activities and each draw on case studies that utilise current ANU research often by the convenors themselves who are world leaders in their fields.

Short course or microcredential

How to develop strategy in a complex and uncertain landscape No longer can we develop plans, implement them and expect that we get the anticipated results.

Short course or microcredential

Effective communication is at the heart of good public policy. It is the foundation for successfully engaging stakeholders to ensure that policies are better informed, realistic, citizen-centred, broadly supported and well implemented.

Short course or microcredential

A deep understanding of Natural Resource Management (NRM) is crucial to the effective management of the system.
Domestic Tuition Fees
$1,195 total

Short course or microcredential

Frameworks and processes to understand and enable adaptive change in complex and uncertain policy environments. How to lead and manage in a complex and uncertain business landscape.

Short course or microcredential

This course aims to enable its participants with cutting-edge hands-on analytical tools of gender analysis and gender mainstreaming in the context of development. The course takes an approach that is critical, hands-on, and inclusive.

Short course or microcredential

Course participants will develop an understanding of the key insights from economics and how they can be applied in policy and government settings.

Short course or microcredential

Join us for this Series to build competence and confidence to lead and manage in a volatile, uncertain, complex and ambiguous (VUCA) world. The series includes:

Short course or microcredential

This course will provide an introduction to the methods used in behavioural economics.

Short course or microcredential

This course takes you through the basic concepts of macroeconomics including: economic output, productivity, growth, inflation, foreign investment and trade. Participants will learn about aggregate economic statistics frequently used by government and media.