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How does one become digital?

October 01, 2021 7:14 AM | Sandra Crutcher (Administrator)

Open to municipal, provincial public servants as well. 

Note: Are you a public servant in Canada but not a *federal* public servant? No worries, the Digital Academy has got you covered! Provincial, municipal, and "other sector" public servants (health, education, infrastructure, etc.) can sign up using their work email at https://lnkd.in/eqCPV-jK 

There is a lot of talk about "being digital" in the Canadian public sector, these days. But how does one "become digital"? 

In today's digital-by-default work environment, knowing how to apply a digital mindset is a highly sought skill.

The Canada School of Public Service's Digital Academy is here to help you acquire this skill by offering "How to Be Digital in the Canadian Public Service," a 6-week, online, self-paced microcourse that explores what digital looks like in the Canadian government context and examines digital concepts such as agile and human-centred design.

Canadian federal public servants can sign up at the School's online learning platform at https://lnkd.in/eWztFbhb

Happy learning!

This course was promoted by Phil Gratton on LinkedIn

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