Learn about Scotland's 2021 census
Civil Service Local Scotland launched on 1 April 2018
A highly interactive workshop looking at behaviours in the workplace and to identify positive actions to promote a better place to work in Scotland
How would you like the opportunity to enhance your skills in managing change more effectively, increase your professional networks, learn about the challenges facing Civil Service departments in Scotland and question Senior Scottish civil servants? Then come and join us for our inaugural CS Connect Scotland event!
Would you like to develop your project management skills? CS Local Scotland are offering a rare opportunity to be part of a small project team that will plan and deliver the first Connect event in Scotland.
The Nexus shares details of their first event and invites you to get involved with their future activities in Scotland
Would you like to make a difference to the lives of Vulnerable adults in Scotland whilst building your communication, listening and influencing skills read on!
Volunteers of the CS Local Scotland Engagement and Culture network present to you - Engagement, what does it mean to you?
More Policy Profession Discovery Sessions have been released on wellbeing and managing relationships.
How would you like a personalised development plan, specifically aligned with the new Success Profiles? We’re looking for volunteers at middle manager grades to help test a new Behaviours learning and development toolkit.
Join CS Local Scotland for this interactive learning experience to gain insight into how BEATS come together in a practical way.
A sneaky peak at what's to come!
CS Local Scotland is keen to support the new and exciting cross government Environmental Network, Keep Scotland Beautiful
As schools break for the summer in Scotland we take a look back at what Civil Service Local Scotland has been up to and how you can get involved this year.
In October 2018 we launched our Shadow Me / Mentor Me programme connecting civil servants across departments. It's grown since then and with your involvement it will get even more successful.
So what makes people want to get up in the morning and go to work? Probably a whole load of positive and negative factors. The CS Local Scotland Engagement and Culture Network need your ideas and participation, do you want to get involved?
Don't miss this exciting opportunity to come and work with one of our local teams project managing our amazing Academies
CS Local Scotland welcome Home Office Leadership in Action team giving an introduction into a fascinating field of study, neuroscience, in two locations East Kilbride and Dundee
CS Local Scotland welcome the Home Office Leadership in Action team to East Kilbride and Dundee, come along and find out what happens to the mind and body when under pressure
Do you know what the Competition and Markets Authority is? To find out more join us on 23 May from 2pm - 4pm in Edinburgh
Would you like the opportunity to help unemployed young people in Scotland gain new skills and help them into employment? Is your department already involved and can you support others to get on board?