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The Canada School of Public Service was created on April 1, 2004, when the legislative provisions of Part IV of the Public Service Modernization Act came into force. The School has been part of the Treasury Board Portfolio since July 2004. It was created from an amalgamation of the following three organizations: the Canadian Centre for Management Development, Training and Development Canada and Language Training Canada. (Canada School of Public Service Act)

Corporate information

Under the Canada School of Public Service Act, the School, as a departmental corporation, is mandated to:

Publications

Learning publications

The School provides access to a large selection of learning publications, covering a wide variety of subjects such as management techniques, policy development, planning, leadership and governance.

The publications aim to develop and nurture the strengths of public servants through smart practices, innovative behaviours, valuable experiences and thoughts of distinguished speakers. They can help you make a difference in your organization.

Reports

On April 1, 2004, amendments to the Canadian Centre for Management Development Act were proclaimed. Among other things, these amendments changed the name of the organization to the Canada School of Public Service. Under the amended legislation, now entitled the Canada School of Public Service Act, the School is a continuation of the former organization, with an expanded mandate.

Note: Some corporate documents referring to the former Canadian Centre for Management Development are included on the School's Web site as historical background.


The School's activities and initiatives

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Creating a Respectful Workplace: Online Self-paced (G417)

Creating a Respectful Workplace: Online Self-paced (G417)

Learn about disrespectful behaviour, harassment and violence; understand what factors risk generating conflict; and gain tools for resolving such issues in the workplace.

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