January to June
Our 2021 program of events and courses, ensures we continue to play an important role building a confident, capable and connected public sector. Each year we revise our program to ensure the events and courses we offer, meet the needs of the public sector professional. As a result of the challenges presented by COVID-19 and the resulting changes to the public sector landscape, our 2021 program has been designed to assist you work through these changes and develop skills in the areas needed to thrive in 2021.
We offer opportunities to connect with public sector leaders, courses that cover some of the fundamental skills all public sector staff require including communicating, writing and presenting with confidence and events that address innovation, collaboration, diversity, inclusion and reinventing work. Our mode of delivery has also been revised with the focus now on online learning and interactive workshops as well as virtual events and a small number of face-to-face events where guidelines allow. We thank our event partners, Bendelta, Deloitte and Watermark and the many facilitators who continue to work with us to bring engaging and relevant courses targeted to those working in the public sector.
Our events and courses represent real value for money, particularly for our professional and affiliate members who receive discounted rates. Affiliate membership is free of charge to all public sector employees so, if you are not already a member, please consider joining IPAA NSW
prior to registering for any event or course.
As the landscape in which we operate continues to change, so will our program. However the program published here is a good guideline as to our offerings in January to June 2021 and we encourage you to download our program and save the date for those events and courses you are interested in attending.
Download the 2021 Program for January to June.
Many of our events and courses are open for registration. Visit our upcoming events page
and upcoming learning page
for further information and to register.