The Government Communication Service (GCS) curriculum helps communication professionals improve their performance and build their career.
Strategic communication is at the core of the Modern Communications Operating Model (MCOM2.0) but as a government communicator, you should develop capability in all five disciplines: external affairs, marketing, media, internal communication and strategic communication. You also need to develop your leadership and personal impact skills.
As a government communication professional and GCS member, you are required to complete at least 4 Continuous Professional Development (CPD) activities each year. To do this you need to:
We offer courses for different levels:
The GCS learning strategy follows the Civil Service Learning 70:20:10 model:
*Source: Career Architect Development Planner (3rd edition) 2000 by Michael M. Lombardo & Robert W. Eichinger.
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