The Canada School of Public Service attracts and recruits instructors and facilitators with a wealth of knowledge and experience on all aspects of public service administration. They deliver efficient and effective training to meet your needs and help you better serve Canadians.
Distinguished Fellows are former Deputy Ministers or Assistant Deputy Ministers who bring their broad range of public service experience to the Executive Leadership Development programs. Whether as panel members or moderators of group discussions, advisors of action learning groups or mentors to individual participants, Distinguished Fellows help facilitate reflection and assist senior executives in meeting the demands and realities of today’s public service.
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The School's faculty members are selected from among the best of the public service to provide School learners with a broad range of public service-related experience and expertise. With years of best practices and "lessons learned," our instructors combine relevant, on-the-job experience with practical, learner-centred training to assist fellow public servants in meeting the demands and realities of today's public service.
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The Canada School of Public Service's Digital Fellowship aims to bring together a multi-disciplinary community of leaders to help develop and steer the Digital Academy's learning programs. This will help ensure the academy's work meets the government's needs, and showcases the Government of Canada's most forward-looking projects and organizations.
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Anti-Racism Learning Series
The Anti-Racism Learning Series provides access to tools, job aids, courses, workshops and events on topics such as anti-Black racism, unconscious bias, disaggregated data, mental health and the challenges faced by visible minorities in the public service.