Join us to hear an insight on how to spot signs and symptoms of addiction and where to get help and support
Number of Civil Servants in NI - 3820.
(There are another 25847 staff in the Northern Ireland Civil Service).
Number of departments and agencies in Northern Ireland - 10
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 cross government partnership networks for those who work in, or are passionate about, continuous improvement; engagement and culture; wellbeing; environmental issues; learning and development; social mobility, counter fraud profession: diversity and inclusion and . If you wish to join one of the networks, please email the team mailbox.
The Scotland and Northern Ireland team are Neil Alton, Heather Flanagan and Mary Crozier.
Team mailbox - firstname.lastname@example.org
Join Civil Service Local in conjunction with Prostate Cancer UK for our powerful awareness event - aimed at both men and anyone who knows a man aged 45 or over - on prostate cancer.
If you want to increase your awareness of neurodiverse conditions and gain practical knowledge and skills to apply in assisting colleagues in the workplace, then this is the session for you
The deadline for applications for the Future Leaders Online Academy is Wednesday 15 September
We are pleased to bring you two dates for Introduction to Parliament courses, being delivered by the Parliamentary Capability Team in Cabinet Office. These are open to any UK civil servant and particularly useful for those new to the Civil Service or new to learning about Parliament.
Are you an AA, AO or EO? Do you want to develop your leadership potential? Do you have the ambition and qualities to progress into a leadership position? Would you like to collaborate with civil servants from other departments?
The Future Leaders Academy 2021 is getting ready...Are you enthusiastic, energetic and a good communicator then you could be one of our next facilitator/coaches
Learn about the benefits of the Digital Economy Act 2017 and the benefits of data sharing. Join this session run by the Scottish cross government counter fraud network on 1 September.
Discover opportunities for civil servants within the Counter Fraud profession by attending our 2 day live online event on 13 and 14 July.
You might have heard about the launch of the renewed vision for the Civil Service, A Modern Civil Service, and the Declaration on Government Reform. But what does this mean for the Civil Service and all of us?
Join us at our online event on 30 June, where we will be exploring aspects of leadership to support your career progression. Sessions will focus on boundaryless leadership, mentoring and positive role modelling.
Join a webinar with the Environment Agency on the 6th or 7th of July. Find out more and book your ticket online
Find out how to sign up for our Public Services Day event and broaden your knowledge of the Civil Service.
Join our lunch and learn sessions on how to save your environment or join your local Environmental network by getting in touch
Dementia awareness sessions have been been hugely popular, if you are a civil servant and based in Scotland or Northern Ireland please join us!
Would you like to know more about the Diversity and Inclusion within the Civil Service? If so, why not join us at our virtual event to engage with other civil servants, listen to thought-provoking sessions and meet inspiring people sharing their experiences, knowledge and expertise.
Hear the latest on Civil Service Reform at our next session on 26 May 2021 which is open to all UK Civil Servants
Whether you have a formal engagement role or are just passionate about improving engagement in your department, take this opportunity to learn about what is taking place across the Civil Service in Scotland to support our colleagues and find out how Covid is changing our workplace culture.
We have speakers from, Insolvency Service, Cabinet Office, Ministry of Defence, Social Security Scotland , Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority and Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs. As well discuss as discussing topics linked to engagement and culture, there will be opportunities to talk about what future working practices will look like and share your experience, expertise and ideas on how together we can meet the challenges and opportunities facing our departments.
Scotland and Northern Ireland CS Local know it can be difficult to get to learning events if you work part-time, work shifts, or if you have caring responsibilities. Please read on if you would like to know more?
A unique opportunity for colleagues in Scotland and Northern Ireland to connect and to hear from key speakers to help inform decisions when making future career choices.