In 2024, JC&A will offer our popular Applied Regulatory Impact Assessment (RIA) course in partnership with Luiss University in Rome. JC&A has taught more RIA courses in more countries than anyone else. We teach applied RIA – RIA in the kitchen – as professionals actually do it. We use cases, interactive sessions, and exams to be sure that participants understand concepts and practice. Our current RIA courses are offered in ENGLISH with LUISS University. We also offer customized courses that are presented in your location for individual agencies or governments. Get more information and register below.
2024 Applied RIA Training: 20-24 May and 21-25 October 2024
Jacobs, Cordova & Associates, Luiss Guido Carli University and the Luiss School of Government invite you to participate in our 5-day Applied Regulatory Impact This RIA course, taught by highly-experienced public policy and RIA trainers, is expressly designed for policy officials and executives who use RIA to improve policy results, and private companies who wish to use RIA methods to communicate with government regulators. The course will benefit anyone using RIA in environmental, social and economic fields as well as stakeholders such as business associations, NGOs and consultants who want to understand better how to use RIA constructively.
The course is open for subscriptions worldwide, is taught in English, and is presented in the heart of Rome on the LUISS campus.
20-24 May 2024 and 21-25 October 2024
Location: Luiss Guido Carli University, Via Pola 12, Rome, Italy
Space available: 40 seats for each course
Registration: Register with the Rome RIA Registration Form
Fees for tuition, housing, breakfast and lunch
- 2,975 Euro for government and NGO officials from developing countries and emerging economies;
- 3,350 Euro for government and NGO officials from OECD countries;
- 3,875 Euro for private sector representative
For more information on the Rome RIA course, please download the following information:
We reserve the right to cancel the course within 20 days of the course date.