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Authority Delegation Training Checkpoint for Managers (G510)


Type: Online
Duration: 01:30 hours
Status: Active

To do their job effectively, managers in the public service are expected to have a solid understanding of their roles, responsibilities and accountabilities. This online self-paced course reviews the knowledge required by delegated managers in the core public administration (organizations listed in Schedules I and IV of the Financial Administration Act) and evaluates the knowledge acquired in the course Authority Delegation Training (G110). Participants must complete this checkpoint before the Authority Delegation Validation Assessment for Managers can be assigned to them, a required step in obtaining delegated financial signing authority (sections 32 and 34).

Topics include:

  • functioning within the government's accountability framework
  • reviewing responsibilities and roles of managers
  • leading and managing people
  • procuring and managing public funds, programs and assets


Completing the authority delegation training and assessments does not entitle you to exercise signing authority. Consult the Directive on Delegation of Spending and Financial Authorities for the specific conditions.

Learn more about Authority Delegation Training.


Authority Delegation Training (G110), Modules 1 to 8.

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  • Topics: Finance; Procurement
  • Community: Managers; Supervisors
  • Business line: GC and Public Sector Skills
  • Provider: Canada School of Public Service

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