What ITSLC Has To Offer
CSE Information Technology Security training provides relevant Government of Canada (GC) IT security knowledge and skills that security managers, team leaders and practitioners can apply to their own departmental practices, thereby enhancing GC IT Security.
Our goal is to provide flexible and effective learning options. With this in mind, we are continuously updating our courses, some of which include blended learning and e-learning solutions.
The ITSLC offers the following services:
- Various learning options (seminars, workshops, etc.)
- Specialized courses that address unique GC IT security requirements
- Consultation for group training to assist your department’s requirements
- Online learning
- Specialized Learning Framework - The Streams
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The courses are designed by experts to provide multiple delivery methods that offer just-in-time learning using the following approaches:
- small group instruction
- labs, workshops
- group discussions
A Wealth of Knowledge and Real World Experience
When attending an ITSLC course, you’re tapping into the wealth of knowledge and practical business experience of numerous professionals. As experts in their respective fields, they will provide theoretical and hands-on practical learning experiences where learners will have the opportunity to acquire essential skill sets.
With years of best practices and “lessons learned,” our instructors combine relevant, on-the-job experience with practical, learner centered training to assist participants in meeting the demands and realities of today’s ever changing security environment landscape.
ITSLC offers tailored training. If you have specific training requirements for a large group, the ITSLC is able to adapt its courses to suit your departmental learning needs.
Consultation with the ITSLC Training Analyst will assist you in determining the best suited training for your organization.
Please contact the ITSLC to discuss your current needs.
In addition to our traditional instructor-led (or in-class) courses, a number of courses are now offered via eLearning or in a blended format, combining online and in-class course content. Blended learning offers the advantage of having participants complete the more theoretical course portions online at their own pace, followed by an in-class workshop-type session where the focus is on practical exercises.