Warwick in London discount offer to KQ partners

Warwick in London, one of the newest Knowledge Quarter (KQ) partners is delighted to offer some fantastic discounts to KQ partners on their latest Executive Education courses:

Forecasting with the National Institute of Economic and Social Research (50% discount for KQ Partners)

3 Day Executive Education Course (Monday 11 – Wednesday 13 December 2017)
Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London N1C 4AG

Would your company or organisation like to have a clearer idea of what the future holds so that you can make better decisions today?
This short course will provide a guide to producing and interpreting economic forecasts by means of economic models. You will be guided by NIESR staff and by other recognised international experts in forecasting. By the end of the course you will be able to produce simple model-based forecasts, understand the sensitivity of forecasts to surprises, and be able to communicate the risks to senior stakeholders in business and government. This course provides the opportunity for executives to benefit from the expertise of both NIESR, the pioneering macroeconomic, social research and forecasting institute in the UK since 1938 and the University of Warwick, a leading Russell Group University, widely recognised as a world leader in research and education.

Foresight on Africa (20% discount for KQ Partners)

1 Day Course – Wednesday 24 January 2018
Stanley Building, 7 Pancras Square, London N1C 4AG

This one day course brings together three world-leading organisations to offer a unique multi-disciplinary and multi-national analysis of Africa’s possible trajectories over the next 20 years. Combining the research expertise of the University of Warwick, global trends analysis capability of the UK Ministry of Defence’s DCDC, and the foresight capacity-building and advisory approach of School of International Futures, this course will bring you unique insights, unavailable anywhere else in the UK, into the possible futures for Africa, global strategic trends and what this could mean for your organisation.