Developing Leaders, Strengthening Nations

The Chandler Academy of Governance (CAG) was established in 2021. We partner with governments to design and deliver training for public sector leaders, enabling them to build strong nations for the next generation.

Through our training programmes, we help to equip public service leaders with the tools and skills to make wise decisions from a generational perspective, to engineer and architect strong organisations and systems that form the basis for strong governments, and to design and implement policies that work.

We also understand that the policy environment and the challenges faced in each country is different. We welcome the opportunity to partner with you to design solutions that cater to your training needs.

Our curriculum is designed based on our total game understanding of building strong nations. This is encapsulated in the Strong Nation Blueprint.

Blueprint to a Strong Nation
Political Leadership
Wise Nation
Prosperous Nation
Unified Nation
Critical Foundations

How Are We Different?


We are a practitioner-oriented learning institution. Our focus is on practical tradecraft for government leaders and not the underlying theory alone. We develop and deliver our programmes jointly with practitioners and experts from leading institutions globally.


We are internationally oriented but contextualise learning. We train government leaders globally but understand that different countries have unique needs and challenges. This allows us to draw upon good practices globally, but customise to the local context.


We have a total game understanding of good government. Drawing upon the Strong Nation Blueprint, our curriculum comprehensively addresses the skills needs of government leaders.


We are objective and non-partisan. We are not affiliated to any government, political party or company, and we act only in the best interest of the countries we work in.


We adopt multiple learner engagement channels, that are customised to learners’ needs and to improve the learner experience. These include blended learning approaches and a mix of synchronous and asynchronous learning.