When you're a Government of Yukon employee, we provide you with access to professional training and development opportunities so that you'll have plenty of resources to develop your interests, further your career, stay challenged and energized throughout your working day.
You can find out details of all available in-person and online trainings in the course catalogue.
Classroom-based courses and training
We offer our employees a variety of in-class courses and training that are available at no cost. Topics include:
- skills for administrative professionals;
- communication skills and working with people;
- designing policy and programs;
- French language training;
- health and safety;
- leadership, supervising and managing;
- understanding the public service;
- wellness and resilience; and
The training we offer is also available to Yukon First Nations governments, the Council of Yukon First Nations, and Boards and Councils.
Online self-directed training
As an employee, you'll have access to online self-directed training on topics such as finance, procurement, protection of privacy and health and safety.
You can also sign up for a licensed LinkedIn Learning account and take online courses to help you learn leadership, technology, creative and project management skills. We have a corporate subscription that is available to employees at no cost.
Funding for outside training and education
We support employee learning by helping to offset the costs of externally offered courses, conferences and workshops, or to follow a program of study that will earn you a certificate, diploma or degree.
Career advising services
Through career advising services, we support employees to research new opportunities, reflect on interests and strengths, navigate current issues, apply for jobs, ask for feedback and find ways to add value to the workplace and life.
Core competencies we thrive for
Our core competencies represent our commitment to leadership excellence at all levels of the organization. We encourage all employees to achieve and maintain proficiency in these areas and to engage in continuous learning to meet them. The 8 core competencies describe the behaviours that are necessary to deliver on our vision, goals and priorities as a government.
The competencies are:
- modelling interpersonal skills and personal responsibility;
- developing people;
- influencing others;
- thinking strategically;
- taking action and achieving results;
- leading change and innovation;
- demonstrating client focus; and
- promoting common values and ethics.
For questions about personal and professional development email firstname.lastname@example.org