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Professional course

Skills for Decision Makers

About this course

Course code:
Z20000083
Applications:
University
Level:
Professional/Short Course
Department:
Bristol Business School
Campus:
Frenchay
Duration:
Four Days
Course director:
Dr Peter Bradley
Programme leader:
Dr Peter Bradley

Page last updated 20 February 2017

Introduction

'Skills for Decision Makers' is a suite of three stand-alone accredited CPD courses designed to equip you with the capabilities to flourish as decision makers through new skills and modes of thinking. 

The courses will engender in you the ability to maximise your value to your organisation.

The first two courses 'An Introduction to Econometrics' and 'Applied Econometrics' are designed for lay people and non-specialists.

The offering is encapsulated in three courses, although substantial value can be gained from attending any one

As well as learning about theory, you will learn new skills, different ways of thinking, asking the right questions and answering them using robust analysis and evaluation.

Who this is for and how we can help you?

These innovative courses are designed for decision makers with aspirations to be analytical, strategic and lead decision making by addressing real world signals from data and analysis. 

The skills you learn from these courses will ensure you have the capabilities to make best informed decisions, transforming outcomes for your organisation.

Careers / Further study

Credits can be earnt from the courses and count towards postgraduate and MSc level qualifications.

Structure

Content

There are three stand alone courses:

Skills for Decision Makers: An Introduction to Econometrics

Skills for Decision Makers: Applied Econometrics

Skills for Decision Makers: Evaluation

Learning and Teaching


Modules are taught intensively over four days by leading academics and consultants from Bristol Economic Analysis.

The courses apply cutting edge thinking to enlighten and resolve decision making in business and policy contexts.  

All experts are proven communicators (verbally and written) to non-academic audiences and all three courses are run at our Frenchay Campus in Bristol. 

Assessment

This course offers participants the opportunity to complete UWE's Master's level 15 credit module in Evaluation for Decision Makers. To achieve this accreditation you will be required to complete coursework and an exam

Features

Professional accreditation

This course offers you the opportunity to complete UWE's Master's level 15 credit module in Introductory Economics for Decision Makers. To achieve this accreditation you will be required to complete coursework and an exam.

Prices and dates

Supplementary fee information

Fees

£750 (for four day course)

Additional £100.00 for full accredited version

Discount

10% Early Bird discount offered for payments in full 8 weeks or more prior to the course start date

Course Dates

Skills for Decison Makers: Evaluation

We currently do not have any scheduled dates for this course. If you would like to receive updates of upcoming course dates, please complete the enquiry form below.

Skills For Decision Makers: An Introduction to Econometrics

Day 1: 25 January 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

Day 2: 26 January 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

Day 3: 27 January 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

Day 4: 28 January 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

 

Skills For Decision Makers: Applied Econometrics

Day 1: 4 April 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

Day 2: 5 April 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

Day 3: 6 April 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

Day 4: 7 April 2016, 9.00 - 17.00

How to apply

How to apply

For all enquiries, please complete an enquiry form for the relevant course

Skills for Decision Makers: Applied Econometrics

Skills for Decision Makers: Evaluation

Skills for Decision makers: An Introduction to Econometrics

or contact us on the number below.

To make a full or provisional booking for the 2016 run of our course please complete a booking form for the relevant course

Skills for Decision Makers: Applied Econometrics

Skills for Decision makers: An Introduction to Econometrics

 

 

For further information

  • Email: fbl.cpd@uwe.ac.uk
  • Telephone: 0117 32 83770

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