Programmes

Customised Programmes

The Chandler Institute of Governance provides customised programmes for government ministries and agencies around the world. We design these programmes in close collaboration with our government partners to meet specific training needs. Programmes are led by a select team of faculty members who have rich expertise in the chosen focus area. The curated programmes feature a blend of lectures, discussions, case studies, policy games and field visits, helping our participants grow in their ability to lead as policymakers and managers. Our programmes can range from a few days to longer engagements held over several months, and can be delivered at the organisation's location, at a separate venue, or online.

Focus Areas

Our customised programmes offer organisations the opportunity to develop a curriculum that either focuses on a specific topic, or addresses a range of focus areas. Potential programme focus areas include but are not limited to:

  • Institution Building
  • Leadership Development
  • Organisational Development
  • Anti-Corruption and Accountability
  • Decision-making
  • Inter-Ministry Collaboration
  • Municipal Management
  • Human Resource Management
  • Planning
  • Budgeting for Results
  • Public Policy Competencies
  • Policy Analysis
  • Policy Development
  • Regulation
  • Financing
  • Implementation
  • Strategic Futures and Scenario Planning
  • Stakeholder Engagement
  • Public Communications
  • Public Sector Transformation and Innovation
  • Resource and Asset Allocation
  • Programme Implementation
  • Programme Monitoring and Evaluation
  • PPPs
  • Reserves Management
  • Issues in Governance
  • State-Market Relations
  • Inclusive Governance/Growth
  • Economic Competitiveness
  • Urban Planning
  • E-Governance
    (Big Data Management and Data Governance)

To inquire about a Chandler Institute of Governance customised programme for your organisation, please email
us at programmes@chandlerinstitute.org or contact us using this form.

Past Programmes