Over the past 19 months, Canadians have seen how public service professionals are vital in times of national emergency. To handle future crises and deal with rapidly changing workplaces, Canada needs a well-trained public service.
To address these needs, PIPSC is pleased to announce a partnership with the Future Skills Centre (FSC). FSC will contribute $2.5 million over 3 years towards an innovative initiative to help public service professionals gain the skills they will need to thrive in their careers.
“Anticipating changes to labour markets and equipping workers with the skills needed to adapt to rapidly changing workplaces is one of the challenges of our time,” said PIPSC President Debi Daviau. “We are excited to be working with the Future Skills Centre to help members of the professional public service prepare for the future and continue providing Canadians with the vital public services they rely on.”