Annual Regulatory Studies Program (August 2021)
This set of essential courses (affectionately known as the “Camp” program) is designed specifically to meet the educational needs of regulatory professionals, particularly those working at state and federal commissions and other public-sector and not-for-profit organizations. The Institute’s highly experienced program faculty members are drawn from various academic, governmental, and other organizations. Interactive presentations cover all aspects of the regulatory process, as applied generally and particularly to electricity, natural gas, and water sectors. Attendees receive a certificate of completion from Michigan State University and the program is consistently eligible for CLE and CPE credits in most jurisdictions, as well as credit toward IPU’s Certificate of Continuing Regulatory Education (CCRE).
Live online program
The Camp program is designed specifically for personnel of local, state, and federal agencies involved in utility industry regulation. Participation is open only to individuals working for governmental and public-sector organizations. Eligible attendees include new commissioners, professional commission staff, consumer advocates, legislators and legislative staff, attorneys general and their staff, and international regulators.
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