CS Local North West are launching a new ‘Environment Network’ which will be instrumental in driving change in behaviour and attitudes across the Civil Service for all things green. We are looking for people who want to make a difference.
It’s a simple idea, we all do better when we work together and invest in our future! Do you have curiosity for how others create and deliver learning? Do you have a wealth of experience within the learning and development profession that you can share with colleagues from across government? If yes then CS Local North West needs you! We are looking to re-launch the north west cross-departmental learning and development network. This network is specifically aimed at those with responsibilities for learning and development as part of their role.
The Civil Service has pulled together in a joint working initiative to promote “A Brilliant Civil Service” with teams demonstrating a willingness to learn new skills and a genuine desire to support our citizens within the Department for Work and Pensions and HM Passport Office.
How to recognise neurodiverse conditions such as Dyslexia, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autistic Spectrum Condition at work. Why don't you lunch and learn?
The Environment Agency will be hosting a webinar on World Environment Day (5th June), to talk about the impact of plastic pollution. Read more to find out how to join.
Our wellbeing group are busy supporting their departments during this particularly difficult time however, they are keen to make you aware that it is Mental Health Awareness Week, the theme this year is Be Kind
Would you like to engage with other civil servants, listen to thought-provoking sessions and meet inspiring people sharing their experiences? If so, why not join us at our virtual CS Connect event.
Building on recent progress Civil Service Local will continue to work with colleagues and partners to improve opportunities showing how our Networks are adding value & making work better.
CS Local Support The Charity for Civil Servants in promoting a series of webinars, Starting with the Power of Kindness
On 4 February 2020 the Prime Minister launched the Year of Climate Action. Climate change is happening already and we need to take action now. Join our new environmental network and be instrumental in driving change in behaviour and attitudes across the civil service.
It’s Deaf Awareness Week and on 13 May it is National Day for Staff Networks, a day to celebrate all networks but in particular the Civil Service Deaf and Hard of Hearing Network. Without hard work and the amazing and …
CS Local Scotland Wellbeing network have put together some practical tips to help you take care of your mind and body whilst staying at home during Covid - 19
The Charity is here to help all civil servants, past and present – these are very tough times, presenting new and stressful challenges for everyone.
Learn about how to look after your wellbeing whilst remote working
From 1st May 2020 all the 'local' Twitter accounts will be closed. We will be using the one national Twitter channel @CivServiceLocal.
Targeted, effective, timely communication is important in enabling any organisation or business to operate effectively. We want to make sure our communications are properly targeted and that we are making the best use of the channels available. This is your chance to have your say. Complete our survey and help us improve our communications with you.
Are you interested in reaching your full potential but don’t know where to start or perhaps seeking a promotion in the Civil Service?
A fellow civil servant Emma Evans from DEFRA (Department for Environmental, Food & Rural Affairs) shares her personal story and a collaboration for "have a go events" in collaboration with Visual Network, Goalball UK, the Charity for Civil Servants and …
Join us on Monday 30 March 2020 for our Diversity and Inclusion Conference in Birmingham. We have booked an exciting range of speakers who will be speaking around the theme of Social Mobility and have a selection of workshops running in the afternoon.
Aside from birth, dying is the only other experience we will all share. So why is it so hard to talk about it? And, why is it so important that we should? Join us for an interactive session about why it is important to make a will and the things you need to talk about and consider.