Join us for Learning at Work Week from 5 - 11 October. This year the theme is 'Learning Journeys' and we bring you a series of virtual sessions intended to inspire you, encourage you to learn, approach an issue at work differently or think about your own approach to learning and development. There is something of interest for everyone - you can attend one session or as many as you like!
North West England
We need facilitators, coaches and dragons in the North West, Midlands and South West to support our Future Leaders Academy Online
Join us for our first online menopause event to celebrate World Menopause Day, open to any UK Civil Servants
Unity, not uniformity. Join civil service local in our two day national diversity and inclusion connect session.
Have you joined the Civil Service in the past 2 years? If you have, then take part in our Civil Service Induction event being hosted online on Thursday 24th September 2020.
For 2020 we are taking the Academy online and working across regions to deliver an Academy for civil servants in the North West, Midlands and South West.
Thursday 30 July is World Day Against Trafficking in Persons, and to mark the occasion Civil Service Local will be holding an online event for civil servants across the United Kingdom. The purpose of the event is to provide attendees with a basic knowledge of what modern slavery is, how they can spot the signs of trafficking, and an understanding of where they can go for assistance or to refer suspected cases.
Is it difficult for you to take learning and development opportunities because of your working pattern? Are you an Administrative Assistant or Administrative Officer? Our new Reach Programme could be just what you need to help you develop your career.
Making Caring Visible, that’s the message for National Caring week 8 – 14 June this year, and the focus is to raise the visibility of carers and caring, why not take a look on the carers week website https://www.carersweek.org/ Carers play …
CS Local North West are launching a new ‘Environment Network’ which will be instrumental in driving change in behaviour and attitudes across the Civil Service for all things green. We are looking for people who want to make a difference.
It’s a simple idea, we all do better when we work together and invest in our future! Do you have curiosity for how others create and deliver learning? Do you have a wealth of experience within the learning and development profession that you can share with colleagues from across government? If yes then CS Local North West needs you! We are looking to re-launch the north west cross-departmental learning and development network. This network is specifically aimed at those with responsibilities for learning and development as part of their role.
How to recognise neurodiverse conditions such as Dyslexia, Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), Dyspraxia, Dyscalculia, Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Autistic Spectrum Condition at work. Why don't you lunch and learn?
The Environment Agency will be hosting a webinar on World Environment Day (5th June), to talk about the impact of plastic pollution. Read more to find out how to join.
Would you like to engage with other civil servants, listen to thought-provoking sessions and meet inspiring people sharing their experiences? If so, why not join us at our virtual CS Connect event.
From 1st May 2020 all the 'local' Twitter accounts will be closed. We will be using the one national Twitter channel @CivServiceLocal.
A new network for apprentices has recently been launched in the Midlands providing a forum to provide support and share experiences.
Colleagues from across the Civil Service exchanged ideas and shared their experiences of diversity and inclusion at a packed event in Salford.
Are you looking for the opportunity to think differently about your position as a middle manager and how to cope with the impact of change? The Middle Manager Academy (MMA) North 2020 will launch this spring and could be the opportunity for you.
We promised you an update on the recent pilot for our learning and development toolkit, L+D4U. So with sincere thanks to all 337 colleagues who volunteered to test our prototype, read on for the results to date, and another opportunity to register your interest.
Do you want to meet managers from other Civil Service departments to find solutions to common problems? Then sign-up for our new hack event, Empowering Line Managers.