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Registration and launch dates extended.

Program at a glance

In support of Canada's science and technology (S&T) priorities, participants will enhance their understanding of how multi-sectoral and or multi- department S&T initiatives must adapt in an age of disruptive innovation. Participants will experience coordinated problem-solving of complex issues with partners while gaining an advanced appreciation of the value of science, policy integration, and collaboration. This program runs over a 12 month period with monthly sessions and a week-long study tour to examine world-class science delivery in London, UK.

Candidates

This program has been designed for individuals who work in science or policy and who have an interest in policy or science, respectively. Participants should have a minimum three years of experience supervising staff. Private sector or NGO staff should be at a manager or director level. Within the public service, participants should identify as one of the following: senior scientists and engineers, research managers, or new executives who are in or moving into a leadership role within a federal science-based department or agency.

Format

Each session is one-day long, and will be comprised of a mix of lectures from subject-matter experts, guest speakers and panel discussions by practitioners, and hands-on exercises to provide participants experience with the concepts being explored.

Duration

Eleven monthly sessions over 12 months of an evening and a day. A week long study tour in London, UK.

Program Dates

The Program will begin in Winter 2019.

Location

Institute on Governance Ottawa Offices

ASPIRE Lab

60 George Street, Ottawa, Ontario, K1N 1J4

Cost

$24,000 for federal public servants in the National Capital Region

$20,000 for federal public servants outside of the National Capital Region

Reduced rates for non-profit sector staff are available.

Prices posted do not include cost of the one-week study tour to London, UK.

Posted price includes tuition, all course materials and online tools used during the course, breakfast, lunch and refreshments each day, and an evening networking dinner event each month.

To Register

Send an email to registration@iog.ca with the following information about the participant:

  • Name
  • Organization and position
  • Email
  • Phone number
  • City/Province

The IOG will contact the participant with the registration kit and full details to start preparing for the program.

For more information

Jeff Kinder, Executive Director, Science and Innovation Policy

E - jkinder@iog.ca

P - 613-562-0090 ext 224