Insights from the recent launch of The Charity for Civil Servants’ mental wellbeing campaign indicates that many people are looking for advice on ‘How to Sleep Better’.
Volunteers are needed to support an event for students at Myton Secondary School, Myton Road, Warwick. Can you help Year 11 pupils think about their next step in life?
Students of Charnwood College in Loughborough are looking forward to an interesting and varied day. Learn 2 Earn provides students with information about careers to help them make informed decisions and inspire them for life beyond education. Volunteers are needed to help them make the most of the day.
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?
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.
Engage for Success and Emenex (IBM Kenexa Business Partner) invite you to participate in a free half-day workshop hosted by IBM Kenexa at IBM UK, Birmingham Road, Warwick, CV34 5JL on 11 May 13.30-16.30 Research identifies that high performing organisations …
In 2010 Dudley HMRC established a local schools engagement programme and in successive years has worked with primary, secondary and special educational needs schools. Civil Service Local attended the celebration event for the latest Breaking Down Barriers project.
Can you offer a few hours to support a primary school in Smethwick? There are lots of opportunities to share your enthusiasm and skill. Read on and find out
Jo spent an interesting morning interviewing year 10 students at Phoenix Collegiate in West Bromwich. Read about her experience.
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
Read on to find out how a group of Civil Servants in Nottingham made a real difference to 15 local families. Could you spare a few hours to do the same?
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.
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.
Civil Service Local has formed an exciting new partnership with e4e, to inspire young people and prepare them for the world of work. Can you offer half a day a year to inspire young people in Derby?
Can you help Abu Bakr Girls School become a vehicle manufacturing company for a day? Walsall Business Partnership is looking for volunteers.
Academy graduates, the Lowe Family, designed a workshop to highlight development opportunities. After running several successful sessions in the East Midlands, they are about to deliver their largest event so far in Birmingham.
Ready to progress? Find out more and book your place!
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
Read about how Omar project managed HMRC's 5th Engaging Our Schools programme with George Dixon Academy in Birmingham.
Receiving recognition from others is always very rewarding so I was thrilled when I found out that the team were to be shortlisted for one of the annual Cabinet Office Awards in the Above and Beyond category.