APS Academy March 2024 Promotional Pack.View Document-1
Please find attached the promotional offerings of the APS Academy for January 2024. Feel free to share these amongst your Agency and reach out to myself if you have any questions.View Document-1
Thank you for your ongoing support towards building Craft capability across the APS. We appreciate your patience while we have been finalising APS Academy offerings for 2024.
We are excited to let you know, the Academy will be in a position to take course bookings for 2024, from 9am Monday, 4 December. Mixed agency bookings can be made through the usual process via APSLearn and single agency bookings can be made by contacting APSAcademy@apsc.gov.au. We have included details on the single agency booking process for information (please see attached).
The Academy has recently undertaken 3 key pieces of work to ensure the Academy can sustainably address emerging trends across the Service into 2024. These pieces of work included a review of Academy Craft calendar offerings, prioritisation of Academy Craft course offerings, and a review of the Academy’s charging model. The charging review covered all Craft courses, SES leadership and Executive programs, and the Graduate Development Program.
Prior to the Academy’s Craft course calendar being released on 1 December, we would like to provide you with some background and outcomes of this work – which is included below. If you have any questions, or would like more detail, please contact your Academy Relationship Manager.
Academy Course Prioritisation & Offerings
The Academy course prioritisation work was guided by 3 principles – Craft, Practitioner-Led and the Academy’s networked model. The Academy has prioritised all current course offerings with the highest priority being offerings unique to the APS, including (but not limited to) SES Integrity Masterclass, Strengthening Partnerships and Delivering Great Policy. These offerings will be offered on a regular basis with an uncapped level of single agency deliveries. Other offerings will continue to be provided, but on a more limited basis, including for both mixed and single agency deliveries.
Academy Course Pricing
In 2024, the Academy will be making an incremental increase to existing Day Rates for Craft offerings. Academy day rates for 2024 take into account the course prioritisation work undertaken by the Academy with costing based on best practice internal government charging principles under and the Australian Government Charging Framework.
Day rates for Academy Craft courses will be provided as half day, full day, two-day and three-day rates, providing a consistent pricing approach across all Academy Craft offerings. The revised price of Craft courses from 1 January 2024 are below:
Academy Day Rates (1 January – 30 June 2024)
|3 Day / Specialised courses
The Academy is using a phased approach to introduce an increase in course fee pricing, and the current day rates to be implemented from 1 January 2024 are not the final changes to be applied to current pricing arrangements. Course fees will be reviewed along with Academy engagement data in the first quarter of 2024 to inform the amounts and timing of any additional incremental increase from 2024-25.
Once again, we thank you for your patience and for your ongoing support for the APS Academy. Please feel free to reach out to our Academy team if you have any questions or wish to discuss how the Academy can support the learning and development needs of your agency.
Learning Experiences and Engagement – APS Academy
(02) 6202 3933 e. firstname.lastname@example.org
Please find attached the promotional offerings of the APS Academy for December 2023. Feel free to share these amongst your Agency and reach out to myself if you have any questions.
We are seeking information in relation to two matters. The first is to enable us to respond to a QON that has been directed to the APSC but relates to all Commonwealth government agencies about anti-racism training. The second is to support targeted consultation we are undertaking for the APS CALD Strategy. Details below:
- Please see the attached Question on Notice from the last Senate Estimate hearing asking ‘what anti-racism education and training currently being within Commonwealth government agencies?’ Please complete the table below of training conducted or provided within your agency and portfolio.
|Department and portfolio agency name
|Anti-racism education or training implemented
(please provide as much detail as possible such as training program, learning outcomes, provider/s, training methods/mode, dates of delivery, numbers of staff completed training etc.)
We require a response to the APSC CALD Strategy inbox, cleared by the relevant SES in your agency, by midday Friday 10 November, 2023.
- Please provide the name of your department’s CALD Champion(s) to enable us to seek their views in relation to the CALD Strategy work.
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The AOFM is currently working on Performance and Development Planning templates and would like to hear from Agencies with effective Performance Agreements. If possible, we would love to review your performance agreement templates.
Those who are willing to share, please send to firstname.lastname@example.org or contact Tanya on 6263 4388.
The Clean Energy Regulator would like to hear from agencies who use eLearning content like from Go1 and LinkedIn Learning and what you like or dislike about the provider and what works or doesn’t work for your staff.
Please contact us at CER-LearningandDevelopment or 02) 6159 3167 to have a chat about your organisation’s eLearning 🙂
Do any agencies have Mentor and Mentee guidelines that they own the IP for that they are willing to share with the National Archives of Australia.
If so, could you please send through to email@example.com
A/g Assistant Director Capability and Inclusion | People and Culture
The AFP Learning and Development Command are currently reviewing their mandatory training requirements and would love to hear from other agencies regarding:
What does your organisation have in their mandatory training suite (both online and face-to-face training)?
How does your organisation go about identifying new mandatory training requirements?
Please contact us at LDC-Learning-Advisory-Services@afp.gov.au or 02) 5126 7222 to have a chat about your organisations enterprise wide training!
Department of Parliamentary Services are seeking members’ assistance in sourcing training to meet employers’ positive duty to prevent sexual harassment. Please reach out to Hee Jin Choi, Assistant Director Legal and Conduct, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 6277 9751.
Thank you, members!