Degree Non Degree Program/Certificate
Language Requirement Not Required
Fields of study SDGs And Public Service Delivery
Opportunity Type : Self Funded
Duration 12 Days
Language of Instruction English
Opportunity ID 88395
The Hague Academy for Local Governance in the Netherlands offers a specially designed course on “Inclusive Service Delivery and the SDGs” to help professionals and staff of different public service institutions at the local governance level gain a thorough understanding of effective public service delivery and also enhance their capacity in the area.
Why this course?
Local public services like waste management, water access, and social services have a massive impact on our daily lives and welfare. Nevertheless, in many countries, the poor often do not have adequate access to these basic services, but local governments can play a vital role in providing access and making a difference. Hence, this course discusses the issue of local government’s’ involvement in local service delivery.
On the other hand, The Sustainable Development Goals will provide a significant starting point for discussion and knowledge sharing. This course will address Goal 5 (Gender); 6th Goal (Clean water and sanitation); Goal 8 (Decent work and economic growth); 10th Goal (Reduced inequalities); and Goal 16 (Peace, justice, and strong institutions).
Application closing date: 22 January 2021
Course provider: The Hague Academy for Local Governance, Netherlands
Course duration: March 1- march 12 202
By the end of this course, the participant will be able to:
- Augment their insight into the basic terms for inclusive local service delivery;
- Understand the roles of the various layers of government, including central government in producing conditions and keeping oversight;
- Grasp insight on the repercussions of the SDGs for local service delivery and local governments;
- Determine the challenges and opportunities in supporting service provision at the local level;
- Heighten cooperation and interaction between the public and private sectors (public-private partnerships), with the civil society, and between central and local government.
Intended Audience: Who can participate?
This course best suits professionals from every part of the world working in the field of decentralization, local governance, public service delivery, and development. Therefore, the course presents a blend of presentations by top experts and innovative exercises. Furthermore, the course will also equip learners with a number of practical and analytical tools and show new ideas to help them comprehend and implement policies towards better local service delivery.
The course fee is € 3.150,-. This includes all training-related expenses, as well as drinks, lunches, training materials, and travel during the training program. But, travel to and from The Hague and accommodation are excluded. If you apply with three or more colleagues for this course, group discounts are available.
Course fee payment
After submitting your completed application, applicants will receive a confirmation of their course registration and an invoice. The payment deadline is 4-weeks before the start of the training course.
You can read more about the payment terms and method through the main kink below.
How to participate in this course?
Interested individuals can apply for this course by completing an online registration through the link below.
For further details about the course, other available funding opportunists, payment and its cancellation terms, and the list of course instructors, please refer to The Hague Academy’s website.
Or, for inquires regarding the program, please email [email protected] or call +31(70) 37 38 695.