Find job aids, courses, videos, and events on 2SLGBTQIA+ awareness, inclusion, and allyship from a single point of reference.
Learn how you can be more inclusive every day by eliminating and preventing new barriers for people with disabilities.
Explore learning that supports the awareness and elimination of racism and systemic barriers in Canada.
Learn to build relationships and communicate with colleagues and peers to further the evolution of the federal public service.
Consult learning resources for public servants during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Discover learning on key digital, data, and design themes that help public servants gain the knowledge needed for government in the digital age.
Demonstrate your commitment to workplace equity and values around diversity and inclusion by using anti‑racist tools and practices.
This learning path will help you get started on your journey towards working in the Government of Canada.
Understand the importance of supporting diversity and inclusion in the workplace.
Discover Canada's shared history with First Nations, Inuit and Métis.
Improve your English or French language skills.
Access courses, learning tools and resources to help improve and maintain mental health.
Explore learning resources and lessons to help navigate through a crisis based on the experience of senior officials shared during the Marquee Moments Events Series.
Discover how to use the federal government's pay system.
Discover foundational learning for all public servants.
Access courses, case studies, job aids and resources to support the implementation of Bill C-65 which came into effect on January 1, 2021.
Discover recommended learning activities for managing talent and building leadership.
Explore tailored resources that support employee management and team building.
Discover learning services for our partners and other private sector institutions.
Learn the fundamentals of the public service and discover tools to support your work in a virtual work environment.
Find training that has been determined to be mandatory by the Secretary of the Treasury Board.