SES Integrity Masterclass Series – October

The SES Integrity Masterclass Series is a three-part series designed to support SES staff to strengthen integrity culture within their organisation. The series has been developed in response to the 2020 Report into consultations regarding APS approaches to institutional integrity, led by Mr Stephen Sedgwick AO. The series includes:

  • Masterclass 1: Championing an integrity culture – video resource (1-hour duration)
  • Masterclass 2: Strengthening your workplace integrity culture – four self-directed videos and reading resources (approx. 3-hour duration)
  • Masterclass 3: Enhancing integrity capability, Face to face workshop (3-hour duration)


**Masterclass 1 and 2 self paced components must be completed from 28 September prior to attending Masterclass 3 on 12 October 2022.**

Completion of this module will require a stable internet connection and cookies to be enabled. The APS Academy also recommends using a either Microsoft Edge or Google Chrome.

Delivery of online-facilitated sessions use a virtual classroom tool (e.g. Zoom, Adobe Connect, WebEx or Pexip). Agencies have access to different virtual classroom tools. Prior to enrolling on a course, it is suggested that you check if you have any restrictions on using the tools. If you would like to complete the course, but cannot access the virtual classroom tool on your work device or network, we recommend you use a personal device such as a laptop or computer with a strong network to support you at home or another offsite location. For more information, please refer to our terms and conditions.

Delivery will take place in line with jurisdictional COVID-19 restrictions. Should restrictions change, this delivery may be rescheduled or updated to be delivered virtually.


This content has been provided by the APSC in partnership with the Australia and New Zealand School of Government.

Three sessions: one self-paced 1-hour session, one self-paced 3-hour session and one facilitated 3-hour session.
Event type
Australian Capital Territory
$675 per attendee
15 seats