Support is available from the Charity for Civil Servants for those affected by the incident in Manchester
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Civil Service Live is a great opportunity to see first-hand what the Civil Service of tomorrow looks like. You could attend as a delegate, or why not consider volunteering to help at one of the venues?
Are you interested in joining a Civil Service Hearing and Visual Disability Network to support our people across the Civil Service who have hearing and visual disability.
The Charity for Civil Servants is this week launching a new campaign to help civil servants improve their wellbeing. The launch coincides with Mental Health Awareness Week.
We are seeking a volunteer project manager for our latest schools programme in West Sussex.
Inspired by their time at the 2016 ESEL Junior Leader’s Academy the Hurricane family wanted to help other potential leaders and came up with the idea of a ‘Civil Service Leadership Ladder’ for their project.
The Skills Service are looking for mentors from the business community in the Peterborough, Rutland, Fenland, King's Lynn and West Norfolk area to become positive role models for students.
We are looking for volunteers to share their skills and knowledge giving 1:1 advice to civil servants on competency writing at Civil Service Live 2017
Civil Service Local is pleased to announce an opportunity for civil servants in the east, south east and London to join our latest cross-departmental Academy programme for junior grades.
It’s here and it’s bigger and better than ever before! The 2017 Walking Challenge! is back! Whether you want to lift your mood, shape up for summer, get more fresh air or even compete against your colleagues, it’s all possible if you accept the Challenge from The Charity for Civil Servants to walk 10,000 steps a day for 50 days.
We are looking for volunteers to carry out mock interviews at the Ken Stimpson Community School in Peterborough on 10 May.
Volunteers are sought for the next phase of the Jubilee Riverside clean-up in Slough, which takes place on Thursday 20 April.
We all know there are many ways of learning and The Home Office Sikh Association (HO Sikh) in collaboration with Border Force Heathrow colleagues have, for the second year running volunteered their time to help develop the aspirations of a group of students.
Our very own occupational charity, The Charity for Civil Servants, has recently been talking to more and more people about effective budgeting, offering financial capability information as well as emergency help and debt advice.
We are the Harrier family and were some of the lucky people who attended the CS Local East, South East and London Academy last year.
The Brandon Trust in South East London support adults with learning disabilities and autism and they need volunteers to help on their allotment which provides a safe space for the people they support to experience nature, get some fresh air and exercise and take time out to relax.
When I heard about the CS Local Academy it was completely out of my comfort zone. The prospect of a 4-day residential course, plus the childcare and planning involved, scared me massively; I questioned ‘was it even worth it?’
The Charity for Civil Servants has recently been talking to people about effective budgeting, offering financial capability information as well as emergency help and debt advice. If you want to make informed decisions about your finances, and understand the risks and benefits of particular options, the Charity’s website has top tips to help you
We are looking for experienced sifters to volunteer their services for our next competency surgery at RAF Wyton, Cambridgeshire in May.
Are you passionate about books/literacy/equal opportunities/social justice and looking for a way to give back directly to your local community? This could be the project for you.