Intelligence in Regulation: Professional

What is this course about?

This course is designed for the users and leaders of intelligence in regulators… those who need to understand their regulatory art, the decisions they make, and what they should expect from intelligence. The course is unique internationally as an online education source for those actively working in regulators who have not been exposed to contemporary intelligence thinking. The course covers contemporary regulatory practices, approaches, and operating models. It provides a comprehensive and professional understanding of the role and application of intelligence in regulation including: contemporary regulatory models; strategic, operational and tactical considerations; the importance of public value; the pitfalls of organisational culture and executive priorities; and the considerable impact of intelligence on the efficiency, capability and foresight of a regulator.

What's in it for you?

  • Understanding

    Gain an in-depth understanding of the role of intelligence in regulation and how it can be used to increase effectiveness, efficiency and strategic foresight.

  • Skill

    Learn how you and/or your staff can use intelligence analysis to support almost every aspect of your business.

  • Investment

    Understand the reasons why all regulators should invest in intelligence and how it will help you shape your future success.

Course curriculum

  1. 1
    • How to use this course

    • Welcome Message from the Intelligence Rising Founder

    • Course Information and Outcomes

    • Before we begin...

  2. 2
    • Regulatory Principles

    • Outcome Oriented Models

    • Red Tape and Risk

    • Introduction to Intelligence in Regulation video transcripts

    • Knowledge Check: Introduction to Intelligence in Regulation

  3. 3
    • Public Value

    • Strategic Decisions

    • Operational Decisions

    • Tactical Decision Support

    • Public Value and Decision Making video transcripts

    • Knowledge Check: Public Value and Decision Making

  4. 4
    • Contemporary Intelligence Thinking

    • The Intelligence Cycle

    • Contemporary Intelligence Thinking video transcripts

    • Knowledge Check: Contemporary Intelligence Thinking

  5. 5
    • Tactical Intelligence

    • Tactical Case Study introduction

    • Tactical Case Study

    • Tactical Intelligence Example - Overseas Drug Diversion

    • Tactical Intelligence video transcripts

  6. 6
    • Operational and Strategic Intelligence

    • Operational Intelligence Example - Overseas Drug Diversion continued

    • Operational and Strategic Intelligence video transcript

    • Knowledge Check: Tactical, Operational and Strategic Intelligence

  7. 7
    • Human Intelligence and Tip-Offs

    • Source Management and the Analytical Lens

    • Human Intelligence and Source Management video transcripts

    • Knowledge Check: Human Intelligence and Source Management

  8. 8
    • So What?

    • So What video transcript

    • Final Quiz: Regulation and Intelligence

  9. 9
    • Congrats! Here's what's next...

    • More resources for you

    • Before you go...

Professional Course

Our Professional Courses are priced to offer you the absolute best market value. Want to continue your learning journey? Why not take a look at our Introduction, Specialist and Expert courses.

Ready to Learn?

Take the leap into the world of intelligence in regulation and see how using this extraordinary discipline can help you achieve success.


CEO & Founder

Neil Quarmby

Neil is considered the leading expert in the Southern Hemisphere regarding intelligence in regulation and has an impressive and extensive career in intelligence (military, law enforcement and regulatory) both in Australia and overseas.  Recipient of the 2016 Australian Institute of Professional Intelligence Officers (AIPIO) individual award for distinguished contribution to the intelligence profession in Australia, Neil has an extensive career in operational and strategic intelligence; serving in the Australian Defence Force for over 20 years. Following his retirement from military service,  Neil was a senior manager of a national strategic crime assessment agency, going on to develop and manage a strategic intelligence capability in the Australian Crime Commission.  Neil subsequently became the head of a national operations into organised criminal penetration of the air transport sector and, in 2005, he took up a position creating and managing an integrated compliance risk and intelligence system in Medicare Australia.  He has held appointments as: the Senior Instructor for Intelligence and Counterintelligence at Australia’s Defence Intelligence Training Centre; the Staff Officer for Intelligence and Information Warfare Doctrine for the Australian Army and later at the ADF’s Joint Warfare Centre; the Staff Officer for intelligence capability development for Army; the manager of the strategic intelligence course for Australian law enforcement; and has led many other intelligence training programs. Neil is the co-author of a book titled, Managing Intelligence: the Art of Influence and the sole author of Managing Intelligence in Regulation.