• Online learning - public sector Training for the public sector 

    Online learning is a free and flexible way of educating yourself at a time and location that is convenient for you.

    Due to a change in providers, not all modules are available at this time. See the details below for what is currently available and the modules that are coming soon through our Click2Learn portal. 

    Accessing Click2Learn modules

    To access online learning:

    1. Choose your module using the 'access module here' link below.
    2. Begin learning!


    Understanding Goods and Services Buying within the WA Public Sector

    This module is a free self-paced introduction to buying on behalf of government. The module is designed for new to government employees or those that want to refresh their knowledge on Government's buying practices and principles. It looks at the key process and considerations to follow when making a purchase and the policies that affect it. The module takes approximately one hour to complete, however it can be paused and revisited at any time.

    Access module here


    Introduction to the DCSP Policy

    This module gives an overview of the Delivering Community Services in Partnership (DCSP) Policy and its three key themes, and explains Partnership Principles and Behaviours. It also looks at the role of Funding and Contracting Services (FaCS) who give guidance and support to both the public and not-for-profit (NFP) sectors on the implementation of the DCSP policy and the associated funding and contracting reforms. 

    Coming soon


    DCSP - What is a Request?

    This module provides an overview of the Request document and outlines how to complete each section. The module has been developed for use by Government Agencies as well as those working in the Community Services sector.

    Coming soon

    More information

    For more information contact Procurement Capability and Development.

    Government agency personnel seeking information on the Aboriginal Procurement Policy and requirements can access the Aboriginal Procurement Policy Module, which is available on request, by emailing Social Procurement Initiatives.