Events

  • When: Wednesday 23 August 2017

    The PID Act aims to ensure openness and accountability in government by encouraging people to make disclosures - or whistleblowing - and protecting them when they do.
  • When: Thursday 24 August 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Tuesday 5 September 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Wednesday 6 September 2017

    The Public Sector Induction seminar provides new public sector employees with an understanding of the WA Public Sector, and sets the context for their new roles and responsibilities as part of an innovative, high-performing workforce that is the State’s largest employer and provides professional support to the government of the day.
  • When: Wednesday 6 September 2017

    Managers and people responsible for supervising staff are key to building work practices and workplaces that are resistant to misconduct. This introductory session aims to raise the awareness of managers about misconduct, misconduct risks and their role in preventing misconduct.
  • When: Wednesday 13 September 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Wednesday 27 September 2017

    This free workshop is for public sector Human Resource Practitioners and Managers responsible for managing processes under the Public Sector Management (Breaches of Public Sector Standards) Regulations 2005 (breach claims).
  • When: Wednesday 11 October 2017

    Managers and people responsible for supervising staff are key to building work practices and workplaces that are resistant to misconduct. This introductory session aims to raise the awareness of managers about misconduct, misconduct risks and their role in preventing misconduct.
  • When: Wednesday 11 October 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Tuesday 24 October 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Wednesday 25 October 2017

    The PID Act aims to ensure openness and accountability in government by encouraging people to make disclosures - or whistleblowing - and protecting them when they do.
  • When: Tuesday 7 November 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Wednesday 8 November 2017

    Managers and people responsible for supervising staff are key to building work practices and workplaces that are resistant to misconduct. This introductory session aims to raise the awareness of managers about misconduct, misconduct risks and their role in preventing misconduct.
  • When: Wednesday 15 November 2017

    The Public Sector Induction seminar provides new public sector employees with an understanding of the WA Public Sector, and sets the context for their new roles and responsibilities as part of an innovative, high-performing workforce that is the State’s largest employer and provides professional support to the government of the day.
  • When: Thursday 16 November 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Wednesday 22 November 2017

    This 2 hour workshop is for public sector Human Resource Practitioners, Managers and people involved in recruitment processes and appointment decisions for their public sector agency.
  • When: Wednesday 22 November 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Tuesday 28 November 2017

    Management essentials (ME) is a series of modules delivered as individual workshops, aimed at mid-level managers (levels 4–6) across the WA public sector. ME empowers participants to make good decisions and lead from where they are, positively impacting the performance of their team, their agency, and the wider public sector.
  • When: Wednesday 31 January 2018

    The PID Act aims to ensure openness and accountability in government by encouraging people to make disclosures - or whistleblowing - and protecting them when they do.