For operational and executive directors of services Regulation

Setting up action plans and monitoring their implementation in the field.

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Pour les directeurs généraux Regulation

For whom

  • Executive Directors
  • Exploitation Directors
  • Financial Directors
  • Executive Officers
  • Managers

Why follow this training?

The Water for All Chair offers thematic specialized sessions.

  • They bring together industry experts and are open to any water and sanitation professional.
  • Come and learn about the operational management of your unit and the operating processes, acquire new practices and new tools.
  • Innovate and upgrade your knowledge in the perspective of the evolution of your career.
  • Restructure your teams and equip your employees with new practices and organizations to support the reform of the sector.
  • Lead your drinking water or sanitation service towards excellence in continuity, quality, sustainability and accessibility.

OBJECTIVES OF THE MODULE:

  • Learn to anchor the drinking water and sanitation service in its external context and to develop it in this particular environment.
  • Be able to propose an institutional framework and regulations adapted to the service.
  • Have the necessary tools to move the different actors to bring about this change.
  • Understand the concept of regulation of water and sanitation services, including the economic and environmental regulation of the service.
  • Analyze the main institutional models of regulation of water and sanitation services.
  • Understand the tools of price regulation and quality of service.
  • Acquire appropriate notions of regulation favorable to the poorest.
  • Allow participants to analyze their own service regulation systems

Training contents

GOAL:

  • Understand the concept of regulation of water and sanitation services, including the economic and environmental regulation of the service.
  • Analyze the main institutional models for the regulation of water and sanitation services.
  • Understand the tools for regulating rates and service quality.
  • Learn the pro-poor regulatory concepts.
  • Allow participants to analyze their own service regulation systems.

CONTENT:

  • Presentation of the concept of the regulation of water and sanitation services, including the economic and environmental regulation of the service.
  • Principles of “good regulation” practices.
  • Presentation of the main institutional models for the regulation of water and sanitation services, based on the presentation of examples.
  • Presentation of the main forms of contracting water and sanitation services.
  • Analysis by the participants of their economic and environmental regulation systems for water and sanitation services.
  • Restitution of the institutional analyses and plenary discussion on how to improve the operation of the regulatory system in their respective countries to achieve the goals of improving and expanding the service.
  • Price regulation tools.
  • Regulatory tools for quality issues, including environmental regulations.
  • Discussion with the participants on the application of these tools in their respective countries.
  • Presentation of the adaptation of regulation to the needs of the poorest users.
  • Discussion with participants on the challenges posed by the regulation applied to the poor in their respective countries and detailed analysis of various examples.