Whoever you are, whatever you do, take the time to explore your place in the "big picture" of the public service. We all have a role to play.
The School's learning opportunities cover topics relevant across disciplines and departments. They lay the groundwork for a common public service culture based on shared values, ethics and priorities, one that equips all employees to thrive in times of constant change.
Ideal both as an introduction for newcomers and a refresher for the more experienced, these events, courses and resources can be pursued in any order and at the learner's own pace.
A wealth of resources at your fingertips
Log on to GCcampus, the School's online learning platform, to explore what the School has to offer!
Indigenous Learning Series
Explore resources to increase cultural competency and awareness about Indigenous Peoples in Canada and the Government of Canada's responsibilities.
Master the art of getting your message across effectively and succinctly.
Get to know the basic functions that make the public service work: information management, information technology, finance, human resources and communications.
Transformation in the Public Service
Learn to thrive in times of change and maintain your personal resilience, whether you're leading transformation or streamlining organizational processes.
Public Service Orientation
Discover the fundamentals of the public service and what it means to be a federal public servant with this resource centre.
Language maintenance tools
Improve your skills and fluency in your second official language.
Expert perspectives on today's hot topics
Keep an eye out for an evolving range of special events. Open to all public servants and offered at no cost to learners, these sessions share expert perspectives on current issues and government priorities.
Look for events near you or tune in by webcast, which makes many sessions available from coast to coast to coast!
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