The North East Continuous Improvement (CI) Network is offering a Discovery Session about embedding and sustaining continuous improvement in the workplace.
Volunteers from the Civil Service went back to school earlier this month for a celebration assembly to recognise their efforts as part of a pilot Primary Reading Scheme linking Benton Park View to its local school.
Business in the Community (BitC) has an exciting new development with Business Class, a “schools and businesses” programme called Discover Me in Hartlepool.
CS Local has been visiting offices to talk about our range of development opportunities for you in your locality to develop essential skills, build your confidence and prepare yourself for the next step in your career. To find out more
We recently welcomed Clare Moriarty, Permanent Secretary, DEFRA to Benton Park View in Newcastle and talked about leadership, developing workspaces and CS Local activities.
The CS Local North East, Yorkshire and the Humber Continuous Improvement Networks recently held a Development Day where delegates identified topics that they would like to find out more about. The network is developing a programme of Discovery Sessions based on these and the first session will be about Operational Excellence, delivered by HM Passport Office Continuous Improvement Team.
The Ouseburn Learning Trust is working in partnership with Civil Service Local on a pilot Primary Reading Scheme with Benton Park Primary School.
HMS Calliope, which is based on Newcastle Quayside, is holding open nights on 9 March and 13 April 2016 for anyone who is interested in finding out more about joining the Royal Navy Reserve. You can find out more about …
Would you be interested in sharing experiences, good practice and ideas in a learning and development network with colleagues from other departments?
Two north east schools, Josephine Butler Campus, Ashington, and Walbottle Campus, Newcastle, are looking for civil servants to inspire their young people at careers events in February and March 2016.
Crisis is looking for 11,000 volunteers to help run their homeless shelters between 23-30 December. Find out how you could support someone over Christmas.
There are a number of great opportunities to volunteer in local schools with our Education Business Partnerships in the new year so have a look at their spring programmes.
Could you use your skills and experience to help to guide a voluntary organisation in your local area? Voluntary organisations in North Tyneside need people to help them carry out their great work by being part of the group of people who are responsible for the organisation; the trustees.
There are a number of great opportunities to volunteer in local schools with our Education Business Partnerships. Find out if there is a school near where you live or work.
Are you looking at ways to develop your competencies? Would you like to learn alongside colleagues from other Civil Service departments? Then this could be the opportunity for you.
The Ministry of Defence is piloting a one day ‘Tri-Service’ (Army, Navy and RAF) insight course for civil servants across the north east and Yorkshire and the Humber, promoting Reserve Careers and offering you the opportunity to ‘Have a GO!’
Mentors wanted for our cross-departmental Talent Management Programme.
Civil Service Local has led a number of Discover Dementia Friends Sessions at Benton Park View, Newcastle Upon Tyne, and HM Passport Office and Land Registry in Durham. The sessions which are open to all colleagues in civil service departments and agencies, were delivered by Dementia Friends Champion, Ann White.
We are working with the Cranfield Trust locally who and is looking for people to share their skills and expertise to help a non-profit organisation grow and provide business skills to help build succesful charities. This is a fantastic way to gain an understanding of voluntary organisations and social issues close to home.
Civil Service Local is working with HMRC and DWP to promote two Programme and Project Management Events in the centre of Newcastle on 18 May 2015. The first will be of interest to civil servants considering future or potential roles in delivering projects. The second is for existing PPM professionals, and counts towards CPD (Continuing Professional Development).
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