Professional Certificate in Utilities Regulation
16th - 20th October 2017, London, UK


Utility services are reaching significantly greater numbers with increasing urbanisation and improvements in infrastructure in the developing world. Therefore it is important to integrate this delivery within wider economic development plans and build capacity in domestic provision and regulation of services.

Course Overview

The programme will provide the essential skills necessary to manage the proliferation of service and utility providers towards agreed national development goals by developing systematic regulatory structures for both the demand and supply sides of utility provision.

Participants will critically examine the multiple influences on regulatory developments and the consequences of particular regulatory structures, including market changes and scenario planning. By identifying key objectives of planning policy, leading practitioners will guide participants through planning processes, and the safeguards and regulatory mechanisms necessary to deliver specific goals.

Upon completion of this course and subsequent successful completion of CMI written tasks, the successful candidate will be awarded a Level 5 CMI certificate in Management & Leadership showing the CMI units achieved. The CMI is the only chartered professional body in the UK dedicated to promoting the highest standards in management and leadership excellence. The professional qualifications offered by the Institute are internationally recognised and sought after.

How You Will Benefit

  • Build strategies for constructing and regulating utility markets
  • Integrate pro-poor service delivery into strategies
  • Examine methods of institutionalising competition and incentivisation
  • Direct the market through price controls and infrastructure tenders
  • Delineate responsibilities

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Topics Include:

  • Public, private and mixed provision
  • Franchising and nationalised services
  • Regulating financial aspects of companies: capital and assets
  • Problems encountered and methods of solution development
  • Directing market change through regulation: sustainability and investment

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