From 1st May 2020 all the 'local' Twitter accounts will be closed. We will be using the one national Twitter channel @CivServiceLocal.
Civil Service Local Scotland launched on 1 April 2018
CS Local Scotland would like to offer you opportunities to help the team progress their business plan for 2020-2022, can you help?
CS Local Scotland Counter Fraud profession network have planned a fabulous day for you
CS Connect 3 in Edinburgh come along and meet your Civil Service neighbours
Neurodiversity is being celebrated 16 to 20 March 2020, Civil Service Local Scotland is having a celebration on 24 March 2020. Please read on for more details
What will the new decade bring from the engagement and culture network in Scotland? Find out how to get involved and learn more about it.
Are you trained or have experience in being a facilitator or are a project coach? Then we need you!
Are you passionate about being a civil servant? Would you like the opportunity to play a part in helping to shape the future direction of the Civil Service Vision, A Brilliant Civil Service in 2020 and beyond
With the festive season now fading to memory, and with well-intentioned new year resolutions falling by the wayside, our thoughts turn to the challenge of looking after our physical and mental wellbeing during winter.
Civil Service Connect does what it says – I am delighted to be able to tell you that we in CS Local Scotland successfully delivered our second Civil Service Connect event in Leuchars Military base near St Andrews we connected civil servants in the East of Scotland giving them an insight into a variety of roles across government, can you help with the next?
CS Local Scotland wellbeing group have provided some hints and tips on how to make simple lifestyle changes to make a world of difference to your quality of sleep.
CS Local Scotland in collaboration with Government Digital Service and Scottish Digital Academy bring a discovery session to you to learn more about Digital Services.
Devolution and you - what does it mean and why should it matter to you
Issue 2 Get ready for winter from CS Local Scotland wellbeing network - Slips, trips and falls are the most common types of accident in life generally and, thankfully, the consequences of many falls on snow or ice are simply minor bumps and bruises.
Why not mark Inter Faith week by building a few bridges of your own, right where you are?
CS Local Scotland would love to hear if you are taking part in the World's big sleep out, civil servants in Scotland come together to help make a difference?
The CS Local Scotland Wellbeing Network have produced some useful information in their “Get Ready for Winter” campaign .
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.
CS Local Scotland Learning and development network – a year in review
Read how Scotland’s Engagement and Culture networks' first event went.