Europe’s leading provider of bespoke innovation
learning programmes for public servants
Empower future-ready public servants
Harness the capabilities of emerging tech
Learn from our global ecosystem of experts
Our unique approach to learning
At the PUBLIC School of Technology, we believe every civil servant should be equipped with the necessary skills to deliver effective public services, empowered by top-class technology. Through our 4D Innovation Learning methodology, we’ll help you and your organisation grasp the opportunities of digitalisation and unlock better outcomes for citizens today.
When you work with us, you will find a programme which is:
Join forces with an ecosystem of public and private sector pioneers
Practical learning enriched by hands-on experience in new environments
Embrace iteration, trial and fail-fast-learn-fast to start your innovation journey
Learning-oriented discovery to identify the optimal training solutions for your context
Discover and embrace new ideas from a wealth of expertise to disrupt the status quo
Mentors, advisors and faculty with proven expertise across academia, NGO and public sector organisations
Read more about our 4D Innovation Learning methodology here
Pathways to impact
We design programmes which address the unique needs of your organisation - at any level and at any stage of your innovation journey
Not sure where to start? No problem.
We’re not just problem-solvers, we’re also problem-finders.
We help to locate your organisation's pain points, understand how to address them, and build a bespoke learning programme to put into action.
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A global ecosystem of experts
At the PUBLIC School of Technology, we know the value of collaboration.
That’s why we’ve built an ecosystem of world-class experts in innovation and digital transformation bringing insights from government, startups, and academia. We regularly involve PST Partners in our programmes in order to bring our customers the very best the world has to offer for innovation learning.
Check out some of our past and current PST Partners who’ve helped us make impacts on a range of programmes.
Harvard Business School
Created and teaches the school's course on public leaders and private entrepreneurs who invent a difference in the world.
CEO and Founder,
Former Managing Director of Wayra UK. He has co-founded several startups and is a Visiting Professor of Entrepreneurship at Yale Law School.
Head of Google for Startups UK
Head of Google for Startups UK. Chair of YBI & Acua Ocean. Co-Founder of FreeUp & Azimo.
Former Chief Digital Officer,
Department of Health
Board member for DigitalHealth. London and Digital Leaders. She is also a former CEO of two charities.
“Every aspect of public service requires a digital element. Digital becomes the axle by which things get done and digital enables change. It is imperative that every civil servant has some semblance of technical acumen.”
“Those working to develop public services need to understand how to manage digital change, by which we mean how government brings together data, processes, technology and people to deliver high-quality and effective services to, for and with citizens. This requirement creates a challenge for the skills and capabilities of everyone involved, including senior decision-makers, senior responsible owners, delivery teams, digital leaders, those providing assurance and suppliers and delivery partners.”
"Understanding the implications of the digital world is no longer a nice to have for senior leaders in the public sector, but a must-have. With technology ever-present in all aspects of modern life, taking responsibility for maximising its benefits and mitigating its harms is every leader’s priority."
“Digital products are increasingly driving the way we live and work, the public sector is no exception. Since the best products are made with the user in mind, it is becoming increasingly important for us to understand the processes and approaches behind product creation and user-centered design. The more we understand, the better feedback we can give, and the more involved we will be in the building of better products.”