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Participate in upcoming webcasts, virtual conferences, forums, special events and more. To inquire about School events, connect with us by email at learningevents-evenementsdapprentissage@csps-efpc.gc.ca.

Upcoming events

Date Title Location Description
March 1, 2024

A Conversation with John Hannaford on Values and Ethics (In person) (INC1-E42)

373 Sussex Drive, Ottawa, ONParticipants will gain a better understanding of the importance of values and ethics and how to apply them when dealing with conflicts of interest, ethical dilemmas, and other issues common to managers in the federal workplace.
March 1, 2024

A Conversation with John Hannaford on Values and Ethics (Webcast) (INC1-E42-V)

WebcastParticipants will gain a better understanding of the importance of values and ethics and how to apply them when dealing with conflicts of interest, ethical dilemmas, and other issues common to managers in the federal workplace.
March 11, 2024

Artificial Intelligence Series: The Impacts of Public Policy on Artificial Intelligence and the Healthcare Sector (DDN1-E05)

Artificial Intelligence Series

WebcastParticipants will learn about the latest AI trends and techniques in the context of healthcare and gain a broader perspective on how AI and public policy intersect.
March 18, 2024

Climate Change and Human Migration Series: Integrating Indigenous Knowledge into Climate Displacement Decision-Making (TRN5-E35)

Climate Change and Human Migration Series

WebcastParticipants will learn how climate change disproportionately impacts Indigenous Nations with an emphasis on how to incorporate the specific, localized knowledge they hold into decision-making and policy co-development focused on climate-related displacement.
March 6, 2024

Contemporary Issues in Canadian Federalism Series: Emergency Preparedness in a Diverse Federation (TRN5-E32)

The Living Tree: Contemporary Issues in Canadian Federalism Series

WebcastThis eleventh event in the series will showcase some of the emergency preparedness measures that Canadians have experienced, in line with the Government of Canada's priorities to make Canadian communities safe and resilient.
April 22, 2024

Contemporary Issues in Canadian Federalism Series: Federations Around the World – Comparing Canada and Switzerland (TRN5-E34)

The Living Tree: Contemporary Issues in Canadian Federalism Series

WebcastParticipants will learn about the different models of federalism and gain an informed understanding of the possibility of reform.
March 12, 2024

Data for Impact Series: Accessing and Sharing Data (DDN3-E31)

Data for Impact Series

WebcastParticipants will take away concrete examples to guide them in the implementation of data-sharing solutions that safeguard privacy, instill trust, and enhance services to citizens.
March 14, 2024

Decoding Risk Management (TRN1-E21)

WebcastParticipants will gain new strategies on how to navigate challenges such as risk aversion, organizational silos, and the inertia that can impede swift action.
February 20, 2024

Discover the Origins and Realities of the Métis Nation (IRA1-E28)

WebcastParticipants will learn about and gain a better understanding of the Métis Nation and how it continues to assert its rights and advance with a renewed relationship with Canada through landmark self-government agreements.
February 28, 2024

Elevate Your Negotiation Game with Expert Strategies (TRN1-E20)

WebcastMastering the art of negotiation is key to unlocking effective policy implementation, building consensus among stakeholders, optimizing resource allocation and facilitating conflict resolution.
February 21 to
February 22, 2024

GC Data Conference 2024: About the conference

WebcastThis event is delivered through a partnership with Transport Canada and the Canada School of Public Service, with the subject-matter support and expertise of the GC Data Community.
March 13, 2024

Implementing the Inuit Nunangat Policy: Improving Outcomes for Inuit (IRA1-E27)

WebcastThis policy-based event will provide a brief history of the Inuit Nunangat Policy, its elements and intent, as well as the collaborative role of the Inuit-Crown Partnership Committee in its development and implementation.
March 8, 2024

Leadership Series: Celebrate International Women’s Day with Eliza Reid, First Lady of Iceland (TRN4-E32)

Leadership Series

WebcastParticipants will learn about her impactful work in Iceland and the lessons learned that can be shared across Canada to help create a more equitable world.
March 26, 2024

Leadership Series: Using the Body’s Intelligence to Make Better Decisions (rebroadcast) (TRN1-E22)

Leadership Series

WebcastParticipants will learn about how and when to trust, or not trust, their instincts to support higher-quality decision-making, and gain practical tools for accessing and strengthening their embodied intelligence.
February 13, 2024

Learning Day - Government of Canada's Project Management Community: Innovate, Integrate, Motivate

WebcastThis event will also host the Investment Planning and Project Management Community of Practice Award – Excellence in Project Management, which recognizes outstanding achievements in project management.
March 13, 2024

Leveraging Public Service Motivation to Facilitate Transformation (TRN4-E33)

In-person: Ottawa, OntarioThis inspiring event for executives will feature James L. Perry, Ph.D., from Indiana University, who will draw on decades of research to guide participants through the principles of public service motivation, its importance in nurturing a sense of purpose, and ways to align individual efforts with government-wide goals.
February 29, 2024

Navigating Emerging Trends in Internal Audit (TRN5-E33)

WebcastThis event highlights challenges and opportunities that lie ahead, spotlights innovative best practices to deliver value driven services to organizations and explores the latest trends in the practice of internal audit.
March 21, 2024

Powering Up Service Delivery with Data Interoperability and Standards (DDN3-E32)

WebcastThis informative event features a panel of data practitioners who will share their success stories, the challenges they’re striving to overcome, as well as their insights and experience implementing the Government of Canada Enterprise Data Reference Standards, the Standard on Metadata, as well as the Standards on Systems that Manage Information and Data.
March 28, 2024

Robotic Process Automation and How it is Transforming Government Operations (DDN3-E33)

WebcastThis informative event will explain Robotic Process Automation (RPA), how it works, and how it can support Government organizations. Speakers will showcase real-world applications of RPA in the Government of Canada, shedding light on how to successfully implement it and its transformative impact on various departments.
March 20, 2024

Service and Design Method Series: User Experience Storytelling (DDN3-E34)

Service and Design Method Series

WebcastThis last event in the series will showcase the value of UX storytelling to empower and advocate for user's needs while ensuring business objectives are achieved.
March 21, 2024

The Government of the Future Series: Adaptability and Resiliency (TRN5-E27)

The Government of the Future Series

WebcastThis ninth event in the series explores resiliency, with a particular focus on how it differs from adaptability, as well as how to implement each of these concepts when confronted with a crisis, change management, or a difficult situation.
February 27, 2024

The Service and Design Method Series: Prototyping to Design Better Solutions (DDN3-E30)

Service and Design Method Series

WebcastThis sixth event in the series will demystify the concept of prototyping, its significance, and the critical role it has in the development, testing, and refinement of services, ideas, and products.

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