Paul Bruzzese

Discovery Sessions - A North West record breaker is back

We were bowled over by the demand for our brand new Discovery Session - Dealing with the bumps in the road. And our attendees at the first session in Liverpool thought it was a great session. Don't miss a chance to attend it yourself. It's an introduction to some tools and techniques to help you recover quick from disappointments and 'failures' at work. You might find some of them help you in your personal life too.

Discovery Session - Dealing with the Bumps in the Road

I'm pleased to announce a brand new Discovery Session. It's an introduction to some tools and techniques to help you recover quick from disappointments and 'failures' at work. You might find some of them help you in your personal life too.
It's also a great chance for you to meet some colleagues from other departments and broaden your contacts in the region.

Social Mobility - Discovery Session

We are pleased to announce a Discovery Session on one of the Government's major areas of work - Social Mobility. This is such a fascinating and emotive area and our expert speakers will demonstrate the work being undertaken and the challenges faced in helping people attain the best opportunities regardless of social status or location.
Get along and learn about this vitally important component of Government Policy.

The Network Issue 18

In the new issue we focus on Border Force and the crucial role they play in protecting our country and hear from Liz Versi, the Regional Director of Border Force in the North.
We also hear from DWP and their activities to celebrate International Men’s Day. Traci Salisbury tells us about her secondment from HMRC to Environment Agency and we learn about the GAP project, which assists citizens in hospices. There’s also a catch up with another of our Academy families.

The Network Issue 17

Happy New Year to all our friends out there in the Region. The festive period may be over but there's still one present left for you to unwrap.

There's a lot of good reading to be had in the latest edition of The Network, so make it your New Year's resolution to learn more about the Region and the people working in it.