You are invited to attend one of the Leadership Roadshow events being held around the country. Permanent Secretaries and Senior Civil Servants will be leading the events including contributions from a Cabinet Office team. Events are due to be held in Birmingham, Cardiff, Exeter, London, Leeds, Manchester, Newcastle, Norwich, Plymouth, and St Leonards on Sea.
Yorkshire and the Humber
Civil Service Learning are running two mentoring master classes in Sheffield for civil servants interested in finding out more about being a mentor or mentee.
We recently brought together Civil Servants from across the North East, Yorkshire and the Humber to a Continous Improvement Development Day in Stockton. Read more about the day here
Colleagues from across the Civil Service came together in York for the second meetingof the Yorkshire and Humber Continuous Improvement Network. Read more about the day here
Volunteers are needed to suppport an expansion in the capability of Credit Unions. The Department for Work and Pensions is spearheading the work through a financial investment but this alone will not provide the transformation needed.
Last week was National Apprenticeship’s Week and there’s lots to read about what is being done. One exciting opportunity is a Civil Service Apprenticeship – a great alternative to full-time education (16 years and over) 12 – 18 months and could lead to a permanent job in the Civil Service – closing date extended to 10 April. Also Friday has been nominated as Regional and National Day so leave a comment and tell us about what you are doing locally.
Find out more about how you can volunteer with your local community
Would you like to be part of a cross departmental learning and development network. Find out more here
Would you like to hear more about the practicalities of going digital? Find out more about how to register for this discovery session taking place in Newcastle
Following on from the focus group and Discovery sessions facilitated by Civil Service Local a new category of blogs has been started on blog.gov.uk. This new series can be found on the Civil Service blog for civil service leaders. In …
We brought together 48 delegates representing 17 departments and agencies from across the North East of England, Yorkshire and the Humber at a Discovery Forum dedicated to The Way We Work (TW3) and smarter working. Read more about the event here.
Alex Leach from the Crown Prosecution Service relates his experience so far of the Civil Service Local Academy held in Newcastle in late 2014.
3 volunteering opportunities in Leeds to help young people looking for work.
Civil Service Local and Crisis teamed up to help Crisis Skylight members in Sheffield who have experienced, or who are at risk of homelessness to access courses, volunteering and employment.
Durham, Northumberland and Sunderland Education Business Partnerships are now looking for volunteers for a wide range of activities throughout the area that will help your personal development.
We are looking for volunteers to help us run projects throughout the north east of England, Yorkshire and the Humber that will involve making links with schools to support pupils in a variety of ways. The sort of help that might be needed will vary according to each school
Linda Goulding speaks about the “really invigorating experience … working with some great people” in a fantastic week as a facilitator at a Civil Service Local Learning Development Academy in Newcastle.
It was a tale of two regions and two successes for Civil Service Local at this year’s Civil Service Awards with both the north west team and Richard Hill in the south west and Wales, deservedly picking up a prestigious award each.
Our Civil Service Local team in the north west of England won the Excellence in Civil Service Reform award and Richard Hill who works in our team in the south west and Wales won the individual Volunteering award at the Civil Service Awards in November last year.
In October last year I was successful in securing a place on the Civil Service Local North East Talent Management Scheme. The programme ran from October to June and consisted of both monthly two-day classroom sessions and a series of …