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How you can learn about social mobility

The Civil Service is committed to making sure talented and hard-working people have the opportunity to rise to the top, whether their background is disadvantaged or more affluent. Our expert panel from the Ministry of Justice, the Department for Work and Pensions and the Department for Education will help you understand:

  • what social mobility is
  • what is being done to solve social mobility problems
  • how you can get involved in improving social mobility in the north west

Two sessions will be held in the Cunard Building in Liverpool on 25 September. You can book on the morning session which runs from 10:30am to 1:00pm or the afternoon session running from 2:00pm to 4:30pm.

This social mobility event is just one of our discovery sessions, which are ‘bite-sized’ interactive talks and learning events. Colleagues from departments and agencies across the north west can hear about subjects and issues that affect all of us as civil servants. This is a learning event and may count towards your 5 days of learning and development per year. You will need to get your line manager’s approval to attend any of our events. Your department or agency must pay any travel and subsistence costs. For more information on learning and development opportunities with Civil Service Local, please email our team

Civil Service Local are committed to ensuring that wherever possible our events are accessible to all participants. If you have any specific requirements that will enable you to fully participate, please let us know and we will try to make any reasonable adjustments.

Don’t miss out on this great chance to learn more about social mobility and how you can make a difference to citizens in your community - sign-up now.

 

 

 

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