Government departments, foundations, universities, and private institutions work with Apolitical in a number of ways to equip public servants to solve 21st century challenges. We are also always open to new ideas so please reach out.
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Contribute written content
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Create an email boot camp
We offer design guidance and support you to deliver a bite-sized email course to your public sector audience. Details here.
Publish or create courses
Scale your expert knowledge across governments by co-developing, or publishing your own course on Apolitical. We offer instructional design, production support, hosting and delivery.
Offer powerful online learning opportunities to public servants
Buy seats on our unique courses for 21st century government
From $85pp (+tax)
Each of our 18+ course topics offers 6-10 hours of engaging lessons, taken with other public servants globally. Discounts, reporting, and custom communications available for government departments
Customised courses and learning programs
Whether it is an online course or a series of live workshops, we bring best practice online pedagogy in creating and delivering effective learning for your public sector audience, often in partnership with subject experts.
To inquire about these options or to discuss other ideas you have about partnering click here.
"Supporting an SDG partnership with the right tools and at the right time is not easy when working globally. The Leadership Course hosted by Apolitical was a win-win: government was supported, peer-to-peer problem solving was achieved and as a partnership we were able to sit back and listen to what government needs most."
Catherine Maternowska Data, Evidence and Learning Lead at End Violence
Apolitical are experts in online pedagogy for public servants. With them, we turned our classroom based "Introduction to Sustainable Finance" course into a scalable online experience which 95% of public servants would recommend to a colleague."
Dr Ben Caldecott Founding Director of the Oxford Sustainable Finance Programme