Moving from residential or foster care into independent living can be extremely challenging. Can you provide support to a young care leaver through mentoring?
What can you do as a leader to create an inclusive, collaborative culture in your teams?
A Discovery Session to help you hone your leadership skills so your team is not afraid to: challenge the status quo; try out new things; make mistakes; and therefore learn and improve.
Secondment opportunities at Civil Service Local Midlands.
Want to learn more about the Criminal Justice System in your area? Come to our Criminal Justice Discovery session in Nottingham which includes the opportunity to observe court proceedings, network and participate in a mock trial.
The end of the year and the start of new one is a time to reflect on what we have achieved and to plan and maybe make some new year's resolutions.
This new and exciting discovery session is for civil servants up to EO grades based in the Midlands and is designed to inspire staff to be the best they can be.
Join our bite sized learning session to hear presentations from the Crown Prosecution Service, Probation Service and a District Judge or Magistrate explain how their department works and crucially how they all work together to deliver justice locally.
A discovery session covering the key issues which may arise when supporting an employee or colleague with cancer.
Find out how to manage your own stress and how to support colleagues in your workplace who may be struggling with anxiety or low mood. Two discovery sessions covering the subject of mental health, 28 January 2019 in Nottingham.
The Tell Us Once service was designed to make things simpler for bereaved families. Find out more about the service here.
We all have mental health. But just like our physical health, it goes up and down, directly affecting our overall wellbeing, quality of life and life expectancy. And just like our physical health, there are things that we can do to improve it.
Do you know someone who deserves a little recognition? Nominations for The Charity for Civil Servants Community Awards are open until 29th October. Find out a little more.
On 17 October The Charity for Civil Servants is launching a Wellbeing Hub and Chatbot, affectionately known as ‘Dogbot’.
Have you ever looked at volunteering opportunity wondered what it would be like? A volunteer from MOD describes the uplifting experience of volunteering at a food bank. The most rewarding volunteering is when you can see the difference you make to the most vulnerable.
We have several vacancies for Assistant Co-ordinators across the country. Roles are available in North East, Yorkshire and the Humber; the Midlands; and the South West. It’s an exciting opportunity which would suit a HEO grade or equivalent but all candidates are welcome to apply.
Heather Owen (Assistant Head Secretariat at Defence Infrastructure) explains how an unusual volunteering activity has developed the confidence and capability of a member of staff, inspired her team to use their volunteering days and benefited the local community.
The Midlands are looking for a Network Facilitator to join our friendly and dynamic team. To apply please contact VanessaBoden@cabinetoffice.gov.uk to obtain the Expression of Interest Form.
Are you ready to ‘Get Yellow’? ‘Get Yellow’ is The Charity for Civil Servants’ annual community fundraising week, running from 29 October to 2 November.
Civil Service Local are holding an event on the 17th September for Civil Servants up to EO grades based in the Midlands.
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