There are still places left on the Managing Change Discovery session. It will be held on 30 January between 10.30 am and 12.30 pm at Fiveways House in Birmingham.
The Midlands spans a large geographical area which includes the major towns and cities of Birmingham, Coventry, Derby, Leicester, Lincoln, Nottingham, Stoke, Telford and Wolverhampton.
Number of civil servants in the Midlands: nearly 52,000.
Number of departments and agencies : 45
Our CS Local team delivers cross departmental induction, leadership academies and learning/networking events. The blog page below will show you the latest events open for booking.
We also run a wide range of departmental networks. These include continuous improvement; diversity and inclusion; health and wellbeing; schools engagement; and apprentices. If you wish to join one of the networks, please email the team mailbox.
The Midlands team are Andrea James, Vanessa Boden and Angela Fisher.
Team mailbox - firstname.lastname@example.org
New volunteering opportunities in schools in the West Midlands for January and February
Ian Booth of the Land Registry spent 4 days at the West Midlands Academy with the Transformers. Here is a brief account of his experience.
Links to the volunteering opportunities available throughout November and into December in both primary and secondary schools in Walsall.
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"Amazing experience"! "I'm so glad I came" "Absolutely fantastic opportunity" Just 3 comments received from delegates of a recent CS Local Academy This 4 day residential course is aimed at grades AA - EO who are keen for a challenge and …
'Digital by Default' was the subject of a recent west midlands discovery session when staff heard from the Government Digital Service and the Office of the Public Guardian. The Government Digital Service gave an overview of its work and explained the background …