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Registers of Scotland host Civil Service Connect 3 in Edinburgh

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CS Local Scotland presents its third Civil Service Connect in Edinburgh aiming to provide opportunities for civil servants in Scotland to gain an insight into departments in their locality and explore the challenges affecting the Civil Service, learn about subjects relevant to a cross-departmental audience and develop new skills

Objectives are to:

  • connect people from a minimum of 5 different departments and provide an opportunity for people to build an ongoing relationship, encouraging future collaboration
  • improve awareness of the Civil Service in a local area
  • provide an environment where people learn and share information and increase their skills to benefit the individual, the department and the wider Civil Service
  • help build A Brilliant Civil Service

By the end of the day you will have met new people, have new ideas, networks, strengthened skills and tools to help you understand the challenges facing other Civil Service Departments.

There will be a marketplace of departmental stalls and a senior leader from HM Revenue and Customs sharing their experiences motivating you to take on new challenges, there will also be opportunities to build your Civil Service networks.

The event supports the vision for a Brilliant Civil Service which encourages departments to be connected and innovative, promoting the Civil Service as a great place to work.

When: Tuesday 31 March 2020

Where: Registers of Scotland, Meadowbank House, 153 London Road, Edinburgh, EH8 7AU

Time: 10:00 to 15:00

If you wish to attend please secure your place using Eventbrite

This event can count towards your 5-a-year learning and development days. You will need to seek authorisation from your line manager in order to attend and any travel and subsistence expenses must be met by your home department. Refreshments will not be provided so please consider this.

If you have any questions with regards to CS Connect  in Scotland please contact Margaret Duncan our project lead. We are committed to ensuring that wherever possible our events are accessible to all participants. If you have any specific requirements, please let Margaret know and she will endeavour to make any reasonable adjustments.

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