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Government Regulatory Practice Initiative

Government Regulatory Practice Initiative

Government Regulatory Practice Initiative (G-REG) • Partnership between and across central and local government

Government Regulatory Practice Initiative (G-REG) • Partnership between and across central and local government • Seeks to lead and contribute to regulatory practice and capability initiatives • Works on actions to improve leadership, culture, regulatory practice and workforce capability in organisations and systems Productivity Commission Report • Inquiries into regulatory failures highlighted capability deficiencies • Difficult to assess capability across the regulatory system, evidence that capability is patchy and inconsistent • No common approach, each organisation re-invents the wheel Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Work programme • Qualifications • Use of information • Risk and the communication of

Work programme • Qualifications • Use of information • Risk and the communication of risk • The exercise of discretion • Regulatory stewardship • The future of the qualifications Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Structure • CE Forum (13 Government organisations including local government) • Steering Group –

Structure • CE Forum (13 Government organisations including local government) • Steering Group – CE deputies • Secretariat (partnership with Skills) • 3 D Network – design, development, delivery • L&D Sub Group – learning and assessment design Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Skills • Standards setting body for the Public Sector • Developed the qualification suite

Skills • Standards setting body for the Public Sector • Developed the qualification suite and registered with NZ Qualifications Authority (NZQA) • Partnership with G-REG for the design, development and delivery of the qualifications • Manages the interface between learners and the qualifications system for the award of the qualifications Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Qualifications • 5 qualifications – L 3 -L 6 on NZQA Framework • •

Qualifications • 5 qualifications – L 3 -L 6 on NZQA Framework • • Core Knowledge Operational Knowledge/Practice Specialised Operations Specialist Investigations • Learning content provided by SMEs from the sector • Approx 14, 000 people working in regulation in NZ • Wide range of government & local government organisations Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Qualifications Specialist Investigations Diploma L 6 Specialised Operational Practice Operation Practice Certificate L 4

Qualifications Specialist Investigations Diploma L 6 Specialised Operational Practice Operation Practice Certificate L 4 Operational Knowledge Certificate L 4 Core Knowledge Certificate L 3 on-job – evidence based On-job evidence based Audit, Investigation, Inspection, Operations Certificate L 5 On-job evidence based Online • • 5 qualifications – L 3 -L 6 on NZQA Framework Learning content provided by SMEs from the sector Approx 14, 000 people working in regulation in NZ Wide range of government & local government organisations Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Core Knowledge • 6 self-paced modules – generic information that organisations then provide their

Core Knowledge • 6 self-paced modules – generic information that organisations then provide their own context • • • NZ’s Regulatory System Regulatory Concepts and Models Core Knowledge of the Law Regulatory Activities Managing Information Professional conduct • Learning support provided by the organisation – delivery of in-house sessions or individual support • Assessment methodology is two attempts at the question, learner support intervention if both unsuccessful then third attempt released Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Core Knowledge • Delivered on a common learning platform – 6 modules – learning

Core Knowledge • Delivered on a common learning platform – 6 modules – learning content and assessment – scalable to cope with large nos. • Individual organisations provided their context to the generic learning material and were responsible for learner support • Automated assessment – ‘marked’ by the computer • NZQA consistency review in 2019 praised the model • Aimed at both experienced and new regulators – ‘reset’ a common understanding of regulation in NZ and the role of the regulator • 550 learners in first year (2016) – to 2012 (2019) & already 824 in 2020 • Model can be reproduced for any country/organisation • $350 + GST per enrolment Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Organisations involved 39 Local government organisations 34 Central government organisations 6804 learners – 4722

Organisations involved 39 Local government organisations 34 Central government organisations 6804 learners – 4722 graduates to date Accident Compensation Corporation; Auckland Transport; Civil Aviation Authority; Commerce Commission; Department of Corrections; Department of Internal Affairs; Electricity Authority; Environmental Protection Authority; Inland Revenue Department; Land Information New Zealand; Maritime NZ; Ministry for Primary Industries; Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment; Ministry of Social Development; New Zealand Transport Agency; NZ Customs Service; Plumbers, Gasfitters and Drainlayers Board; Real Estate Authority; Reserve Bank of New Zealand; Work. Safe New Zealand; Ashburton District Council; Auckland Council; Christchurch City Council; Environment Southland; Far North District Council; Greater Wellington Regional Council; Hutt City Council; Kaikoura District Council; Kaipara District Council; Kapiti Coast District Council; Masterton District Council; Porirua City Council; Selwyn District Council; Tararua District Council; Taupo District Council; Thames Coromandel District Council; Timaru District Council; Upper Hutt City Council; Waikato Regional Council; Wairoa District; Council; Waitaki District Council; Wellington City Council; Whanganui District Council Sli. do #Bet. Reg

Professional Regulator • Qualifications have provided a pathway for people new to regulation as

Professional Regulator • Qualifications have provided a pathway for people new to regulation as well as validation for experienced regulators • Continuing education – professional development, currency www. g-reg. govt. nz • Victoria University • recognition of G-REG qualifications allowing graduates credit for appropriate Bachelor degrees • graduates with university qualifications already credit towards Victoria Professional Masters programmes • Chair in Regulatory Practice – potential for post-graduate research Sli. do #Bet. Reg

www. g-reg. govt. nz Tony Mc. Kenna Technical Programme Manager Skills Group Mb: +64

www. g-reg. govt. nz Tony Mc. Kenna Technical Programme Manager Skills Group Mb: +64 272911259 Em: [email protected] org. nz