Victoria

 

Cost Benefit Analysis Workshop (Intro or Advanced) - EOI Only - ONLINE ONLY

Date

From: Wednesday July 31, 2024, 8:45 am

To: Wednesday July 31, 2024, 4:30 pm

Cost-Benefit-Analysis Workshop - EOI Only

A few individuals missed out on the last 'Introduction to Cost-Benefit-Analysis' workshop, so we are opening up for Expressions of Interest. Register below if you would like to be notified about the next event. 

If you are interested in an 'Intermediate / Advanced' workshop, please also express this in the registration. 


About the workshop (Introduction level)

Cost Benefit Analysis ('CBA') is the preferred tool to support government decision-making for major projects, policy proposals and, in many cases, a mandatory requirement for expenditure approval.

Introduction to Cost Benefit Analysis is an in-person one-day course that provides a grounding in CBA principles and tools for anyone writing, reading, reviewing, or commissioning CBAs.

No prior knowledge of CBA or economics is required. A brief pre-reading pack and participant pre-survey will be sent out beforehand to ensure course content is tailored  to attendees' needs. The day will build participants' competency with worked examples, hands-on exercises and contemporary case studies.


Course Facilitator

Robert Smith has over 30 years’ experience as an economist with public, private sector and not-for-profits organisations covering management consulting, transport, energy, utilities, banking and finance. A long-term council member of the Economic Society of Australia (ESA) New South Wales, Robert organises of the society’s annual CBA Forum and has helped shape sector, State and national CBA guidelines.

He provides not only theoretical knowledge but also practical insights into the creating, reviewing and presenting of CBAs across different sectors and levels of government. As facilitator, Robert gives participants a comprehensive introduction to CBA principles, methodologies, and practices, enriched by his real-world experience and involvement in policy-making.

 

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