This course has now taken place.

Impact assessments play an integral part of the policy-making process. Improving the way they are implemented will ensure better regulation, based on robust, evidence-based policy making.

Centred on interactive learning, this one day workshop imparts the skills to ensure your impact assessments are carried out in line with best practice and get the green light.

Join course facilitator Dr Philip Davies, who contributed to both the Green and the Magenta books – the core guidance for writing and evaluating impact assessments.

On this practical  Excelling at Impact Assessments course, you will gain insights and acquire practical tools to immediately support your work. Return to your organisation with the confidence to deliver better policy based on sound evidence and analysis.

About the Chair: Dr Philip Davies
Dr Davies is a contributor to the original Green and the Magenta books – the core guidance for those in Government writing and evaluating impact assessments.

From 2000-2007, Dr Davies was a senior civil servant in the UK Cabinet Office and HM Treasury, responsible for policy evaluation and analysis. Before joining the Cabinet Office Dr Davies was a University Lecturer in Social and Political Science at the University of Oxford, and he has held academic positions at the University of Aberdeen and the University of California, San Diego. Find out more.