I had never heard of Civil Service Local until I was told about the Inspiring Young People project. Now, two years later, I have taken part in two projects and am a full-time member of the team. This is my Civil Service Local journey.
Can you commit to an 18 month programme? Are you also willing to commit some of your time to help deliver Civil Service reform in the north west of England? You may be eligible to apply for a Level 5 Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management. This is a university level, formally accredited and recognised qualification which you can study towards through Civil Service Local, in partnership with Joint Learning.
On 22nd July, 4 civil servants from the National Offender Management Service (NOMS) visited Trinity Buckshaw primary school, and brought along some unusual colleagues . . .
On 6th February 2015, Civil Service Local North West welcomed John Manzoni (Civil Service CEO) to Manchester for a Discovery Session. The event was held to enable John to hear from some of the volunteers about the work they had been a part of.
The Citizen and Celebration Event in the north west of England was a day dedicated to achievement and commitment. Our volunteer civil servants working with Civil Service Local give more than just their time to our citizen-focused programmes. The three projects which led to our winning a Civil Service Award for Excellence in Reform work with young people, offenders and those accessing hospice care to make a real difference. The day was a chance to showcase the innovation and creativity that comes from encouraging civil servants to work across government.