CHANGES TO IN-CLASS TRAINING SESSIONS
Following Public Safety Canada's announcement, the Canada School of Public Service will be sharing Asticou Centre in Gatineau with the students of École secondaire Mont-Bleu for the remainder of the school year. Training sessions currently scheduled to be held at Asticou Centre will therefore be held at other locations in the NCR, effective October 22, 2018. Further details can be found on course registration pages, and registered participants will receive updates by email as soon as possible.
Attention Canadian Armed Forces members: If you wish to create an account to access the School’s courses and products, please call 1-866-703-9598 between 8:00 am and 8:00 pm (ET), Monday through Friday. An agent will be pleased to assist you.
What do you want from your career?
It's important to take the time to reflect on your career path and look for ways to steer it in a direction you're passionate about. That's why your annual performance management assessment cycle includes a learning plan. This valuable tool helps you identify and prioritize what you need to meet your professional goals and contribute to your organization.
Everything you need to complete your learning plan is right here at your fingertips. GCcampus, the School's online learning platform, gives you access to an extensive and evolving collection of learning resources. Consider and discuss with your manager how you can use them to meet the requirements of your job, take on additional challenges and adapt to our rapidly evolving environment.
Don't wait to get started!
Once you create your MyAccount login credentials, you have the key to everything the School has to offer. Just follow the instructions on the GCcampus login page to get set up…and then start exploring!
Our products are tailored to meet your needs, whether you're a functional specialist, a supervisor or manager, or an executive. We provide a wide‑ranging foundation of learning opportunities open to public servants at any level, helping to build a networked, horizontal public service culture that's based on shared values, ethics and priorities.
Through programs and initiatives like the Public Servant-in-Residence Program, the Fulbright-Government of Canada Mid-Career Professional Program and the National Student Paper Competition on the Future of the Public Service, the School also works with Canada’s universities to promote the development of public service employees, to ensure the public service has access to cutting-edge research and to recruit new talent.
Having trouble? Check our frequently asked questions on MyAccount and GCcampus.