Board Member Training

Introduction to Regulatory Governance

One Day In-Person Program

Foundations of Occupational and Professional Regulation
  • The importance of regulatory boards
  • Rationale for licensure
  • Typical pro and con arguments
  • Overview of trends in licensure
Roles and Responsibilities of a Board Member
  • Board member responsibility
  • Defining the public interest
  • Requirements for service on regulatory boards
  • How a board member can participate effectively
  • The purpose of appointing public members
  • Ethical considerations
Administrative Rulemaking
  • What is a rule?
  • Kinds of rules
  • Authority to issue rules
  • When is a rule needed?
  • Writing a good rule
  • Avoiding problem areas
  • Regular procedures for adopting rules
  • Notice and publication
  • Public comment and hearing process
  • Emergency rulemaking
Professional Discipline
  • Steps in the enforcement process
  • Characteristics of a strong enforcement process
  • Receiving and sharing information
  • Types of disciplinary sanctions
  • Practitioner impairment
Assessing Competence
  • The board’s role in entry to practice assessments, continuing education programs and their applicability
  • Ways to evaluate continued competence

Advanced Concepts in Regulatory Governance

  Striving for Governance Excellence: Leadership and the Public Interest (7 hours)
  • Concepts of Public Interest
    • What is the Public Interest
    •  Public Interest and the Public Administrator
    • Trends in Regulation in the Public Interest
    • What is the Regulatory Community Saying?
    • In the News
    • Trustworthiness Matters
  • Principles of Governance
  • Avoiding Hazards
    • Training
    •  Meetings
    • Environment
    • Ethics
    • Roles and Responsibilities
  • Board Members as Leaders
    • Build a Culture of Inquiry
    • Keep a Lens on Integrity
    • Key Attributes of a High-Performing Board Member
  • Summary
Accountability (1.75 hours)
  • Public Expectations
  • Measurement
  • Aligning Decision Making
  • Fiduciary Duties
  • Reputation
Evaluation (3.25 hours)
  • Measuring Performance
  • Process Evaluation vs. Results-based Evaluation
  • Creating a Mindset and Culture of Evaluation
  • Setting Targets
  • Evaluation Framework
Public Reporting (0.5 hours)
  • Purpose of Public Reporting
  • Transparency
  • Creating Our Image
  • Types of Reporting
Summary and Call to Action (1.25 hours)

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