Public Service Training

Public Service Training is delivered by the Western Australia Institute of Public Administration (IPAA), for local, state and federal public sector employees. The program includes more than 50 public training workshops delivered by facilitators who understand and are experienced with WA’s public sector. Our courses aim to develop the knowledge, skills and capacity that government organisations need to take them into the future.

Workshops and courses are developed in consultation with central and line agencies, academics and subject specialists, and are regularly evaluated and reviewed to reflect evolving public sector trends. Our consultants maintain the reputation of the Institute by providing high-standard public workshops and courses, and customised in-agency programs.

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Advanced Strategic Planning
Facilitated by: Greg Bayne
Brushing Up On Your Grammar and Punctuation
Facilitated by: John Harman
Building a Culture of Accountability
Facilitated by: Alistair Box and Greg Bayne
Building and Leading High Performance Teams
Facilitated by: Greg Bayne and Heather McGregor-Bayne
Capturing Social Outcomes: The Most Significant Change Technique
Facilitated by: Theo Nabben
Coaching Style of Leadership
Facilitated by: Kath Polglase and Alistair Box
Conflict Management
Facilitated by: Alistair Box and Heather McGregor-Bayne
Contract Management Fundamentals for Government
Facilitated by: Doug Watson
Dealing with Change in the Workplace
Facilitated by: Karen Schwenke
Developing a Sound Business Case
Facilitated by: Karen Schwenke
Developing Good Communication Skills in the Workplace
Facilitated by: John Harman
Developing Resilience
Facilitated by: Heather McGregor-Bayne and Kath Polglase
Executive Writing Skills
Facilitated by: John Harman
Financial Statements in the Public Sector
Facilitated by: Phil Hancock
Getting Started in Project Management
Facilitated by: Hannah van Didden
Grammar and Punctuation Essentials
Facilitated by: Alan Hancock
Hard Conversations: Effective Feedback in Performance Management
Facilitated by: Alistair Box and Heather McGregor-Bayne
Honing Editing and Proofreading Skills for Government
Facilitated by: John Harman
How to Develop Good Report Writing Skills
Facilitated by: John Harman
Influencing Without the Power Card
Facilitated by: Alistair Box and Heather McGregor-Bayne
Introduction to Monitoring and Evaluation
Facilitated by: Carina Calzoni
Introduction to Policy Work
Facilitated by: Jan Saggers
Job Application and Interview Skills for the Public Sector
Facilitated by: Susan Kurtjak
Leadership: What Every New and Experienced Manager Needs to Know
Facilitated by: Greg Bayne and Heather McGregor-Bayne
Leading Through Change and Uncertainty
Facilitated by: Heather McGregor-Bayne
Negotiating with Confidence
Facilitated by: Karen Schwenke
Policy Evaluation
Facilitated by: Rick Cummings
Policy in Practice
Facilitated by: Nous Group
Presenting to Influence and Persuade with Confidence
Facilitated by: John Harman
Project in Progress - Action Workshop
Facilitated by: Hannah van Didden
Public Sector Finance and Budgeting in State Government
Facilitated by: David Gilchrist
Speed Reading
Facilitated by: John Harman
Writing Ministerial Letters and Briefings
Facilitated by: Lesley Smith
Writing Policy Documents
Facilitated by:
Writing Skills for Government
Facilitated by: Lesley Smith
Writing With Style: The Power of Plain English
Facilitated by: Alan Hancock