Would you like to help raise the aspirations of young people in your community? Changing Horizons is coming to Liverpool – and you can be part of it.
We've unfortunately had to cancel the discovery session on emotional intelligence planned for Bootle on 22 February, due to circumstances beyond our control.
Could you use your skills to help offenders prepare to return to society? Join our Going Forward project and make a difference.
After the success of Changing Horizons in 2018, we’re back with our first event of this year at Blackpool’s Winter Gardens (this Thursday, 7 February) and another at Oldham’s Queen Elizabeth Hall (14 March).
What is emotional intelligence? How can you use it to understand how you relate to other people? Find out at our discovery session in Bootle.
What opportunities are out there to help schoolchildren develop their skills, understand more about the world of work and improve their chances of getting a good job? Civil servants from here in the North West found out more at CS Local’s special Discovery session in Preston...
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in a different department to yours? Would you like to help colleagues collaborate across government, and develop yourself? Then join our People Connections team!
Our first discovery session on social mobility was illuminated by Corey Rae, who explained how a Civil Service apprenticeship has made such a positive difference to his life. The session was such a success that we decided not to let it end there. Read on to see how you can get involved.
The first National Democracy Week aims to inspire people of all ages and backgrounds to participate in democracy – and you can get involved!
What does it mean to you to have the same democratic rights as everyone else? Why not get together with people in your community to celebrate equality and debate ideas over a cup of tea?
Are you passionate about public service? Do you want to help young people in your community become work-ready? Why don’t you become an Enterprise Advisor?
The Do Digital project aims to improve citizens’ digital skills to encourage them to use online government services and make the most of an increasingly digital world. A project team in Oldham did just that – and learned a bit about themselves into the bargain.
We’re pleased to welcome another new member to the North West team, Paul Bruzzese. He tells us how he’s supported staff who’ve taken part in our projects, and now wants to see for himself what it’s all about.
Every September, a group of excited - and slightly apprehensive - civil servants meet for the first time at the Front Line Managers’ Academy. Four days later they emerge as confident leaders-in-waiting, keen to deliver a project that will help transform the Civil Service.
Team Quattro have said goodbye to their 12-month project – and now they want you to carry on their good work raising funds for older citizens.
You've heard about devolution - but do you know what it means for your job as a civil servant? Come to our discovery session in Liverpool and find out.
Thousands of civil servants descended on Manchester for the return of Civil Service Live to the North West. They learned new skills, made new contacts, and came away inspired to help deliver the vision of a Brilliant Civil Service.
Now that the dust has settled on Civil Service Live in Manchester, it’s a good to time to reflect on the event – and say a big thank you to all those volunteers who made it happen.
Julie Birkett from HM Land Registry took part in a fun scheme to raise the aspirations of primary school children in Blackpool, and tells us why she can thoroughly recommend it.
Our new pilot project helping vulnerable citizens in Lancaster has been a great success. I went along to meet Civil Service volunteers and citizens to find out what it was all about.