Business line: Transferable Skills

The School provides learning through its Transferable Skills business line to help public servants develop portable knowledge and skills that are applicable inside and outside of government. These skills include project management, public and client engagement and change leadership, among others.

What are transferable skills?
Transferable skills are portable skills that are relevant inside and outside of government. Essentially, these are skills that can be used in any work setting and include behaviours, mindsets and connecting with people.

Learning streams

The School sources, curates, partners, designs, develops and delivers learning under three streams:

  1. Business Acumen: providing learners with dynamic business administration skills to help them develop and deliver projects or initiatives inside or outside of government
  2. Leadership Fundamentals: learning and training to provide fundamental leadership skills for learners at all levels, with a focus on behaviours, agility and enablement
  3. Enabling Skills: equipping public servants with the creative knowledge, skills and mindset to respond to and embrace disruptive and emerging trends in society

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