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With the new school year about to start now is the perfect time to start thinking about how you can inspire the next generation about the world of work.
Do you want something new and exciting to do for your personal development? Are you looking for ways to make a worthwhile corporate contribution to the wider Civil Service? Then look no further.
This latest in our series of roadshows, which aim to raise awareness and develop networks between different government departments, offers a brief insight into the work of DWP.
Learn about tools and techniques that can be used in any negotiation from a trained facilitator with experience from diplomatic postings in New York and Brussels.
Hear from members of the National Risks team in the Civil Contingencies Secretariat about how we carry out risk assessment for the UK and plan for the emergencies we’re most likely to face in the next five years.
Kathie talks about the first 10 months leading the CS Local team - and follow the link to read the 2018 Quarter 1 report and see what the team has been doing
Team Chaffinches are introducing the funky chicken exercise as part of a new interactive wellbeing toolkit for civil servants being launched today to help make wellbeing easy, fun and accessible. Please be assured that no chickens were hurt in this exercise.
Join the Civil Service Hearing and Visual Disability Networks to increase awareness of hearing/visual impairment issues and raise and address specific concerns related to hearing/visual impairment across the Civil Service.
Application for the CS Local ESEL Academy is now open.
The Academy is a mix of self-discovery, personal development and team building. It’s an opportunity to develop your leadership behaviours, to build confidence and self-awareness and work collaboratively with other civil servants from a range of government departments.
Join us for this exciting new session to hear from James Sullivan and Alexander Babuta who work at the Royal United Services Institute for Defence and Security Studies (RUSI).
The next CS Local Roadshow is coming to Norwich to showcase Field Operations at the Food Standards Agency.
We've had many enthusiastic civil servants volunteer to support Brandon Trust with their social enterprise allotment this year. One recent volunteer shares their story.
We were please to play host in Eastbrook to Enabling Enterprise and 30 children from the Isle of Ely Primary School recently.
Our popular Junior Leader's Network Event is back giving you the opportunity to get to know your peers in other departments, make connections, learn and be inspired to reach your potential.
We are looking for volunteers in Cambridge on 13th June to support an Enabling Enterprise led event for primary schoolchildren.
Come along to our latest discovery session for practical advice on improving and maintaining mental and physical wellbeing.
Would you like to volunteer your time to support the Help for Heroes charity? Every day 7 people will be medically discharged from the Armed Forces. Help for Heroes are there to help them at this time of tremendous change …
Three similar opportunities, going into the school, talking about your job, the type of skills you need, helping to inspire and prepare students for the world of work.
As part of Deaf Awareness we are sharing this story with you from one of the members of the Civil Service Hearing Network. It truly hits the mark and is well worth the read.