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Are you new to the Civil Service?

I am currently a member of the Red Venom 'family' on the CS Local North East Future Leaders Academy. Did you know there are nearly 60,000 civil servants working across the North East and Yorkshire and the Humber across a variety of different departments? As part of our Academy project we have organised an event that provides an opportunity to meet other new entrants to the Civil Service and discover what personal development, career progression opportunities and benefits are available to you.

If you have been in the Civil Service for less than two years, we would like to invite you to join us at the very first 'You and Your Civil Service' event. This half-day event will include presentations from a variety of guest speakers, a range of market stalls and networking opportunities with other new entrants.

What will I learn?

  • You will get the opportunity to engage and network with colleagues from other departments
  • Understand the breadth of the work undertaken by the Civil Service and how we support wider public needs
  • Find out about personal and professional development opportunities such as CS learning, Fast stream, forces reserves, volunteering opportunities and more!
  • Explore exclusive benefits available to you including HASSRA, CSSC, CS pension, Charity for Civil Servants and trade unions.

Where and When

The event will take place on Thursday 14 November 2019 at Events Centre, Tyneview Park, Whitley Road, Newcastle, NE12 9RZ between 13:00 - 16:00.

How do I sign up?

If you would like to attend please go to this link which will take you to the eventbrite page. Please register using a valid work email address.

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  1. Comment by Louisa Radice posted on

    Are there any plans for a similar event in the West Midlands?

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