This course is open to policy leaders in the public and private sector, alongside those in senior research and non-profit roles, who are committed to better governance in natural resources, and in a position to influence the governance of these sectors.
Prospective participants include:
- Ministers, chiefs of staff, heads of extractives state-owned enterprises, commissioners, heads of agencies, departments and other public bodies involved in the management of oil, gas and mining and the revenues they generate as well as their deputies and advisors;
- Executives, directors, chiefs and heads at oil gas and mining companies, at headquarters or country office levels, as well as their deputies and advisors;
- Leaders from management consulting firms providing advice to governments in resource-rich countries in extractive sector policy design and implementation or public financial management.
- Vice-presidents, deputy managing directors, and head of departments at multilateral agencies, such as the IMF and World Bank
- Chief Executives, directors and senior fellows at think tanks and nonpartisan bodies.
Participants should have at least twelve years’ experience and be in a senior leadership position or advisory role.