Duration: 07:30 hours
Regulators are expected to have a solid understanding of the federal regulatory process and the policies and guidance set out in the Cabinet Directive on Regulation. This introductory course provides an overview of the different phases of the federal regulatory process, including the triage statement and the requirements for developing, implementing and reviewing regulations, and assessing their results. Participants will gain a basic understanding of the federal regulatory process and the stages of the life-cycle approach to regulating within a Government of Canada context.
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