Learning in support of healthy workplaces
The Canada School of Public Service promotes healthy workplaces—a key government priority—through its online and in-class learning opportunities offered to federal public servants at every level.
With courses, job aids, videos and events, the School creates opportunities for public servants to better understand the importance and dynamics of healthy workplaces, public servants strategies for improving and maintaining their own mental health, and to take ownership of their role in supporting workplace well-being across the public service.
These learning opportunities address important topics such as mental health, disability management, accommodations, diversity and inclusion, values and ethics, effective communication and more.
Our courses cover a wide range of issues and topics related to workplace well-being, including values and ethics, creating a respectful
workplace, occupational health and safety, and workplace accommodation. Moreover, our events continue to available resources, emphasizing engagement and resilience.
Specialists have access to a range of specialized courses that cover disability case management, conflict mediation, labour relations and change management.
Managers and supervisors
Workplace well-being is addressed through comprehensive courses and programs, and additional specialized professional-development courses and events.
Complemented by selected specialized events, the leadership courses and programs encourage executives to develop their sensitivity to the human and emotional dynamics of change, and their ability to empower positive change and engagement across their organizations.
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