Kathie Bates is moving on to a new post after 8 years with Civil Service Local the last few as the Head of what she calls an amazing team and doing the best job she has ever had...
Do you live in Norfolk and are you looking for a genuine opportunity to develop your skills, broaden your range of experience and make a real difference to the lives of disabled people.
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.
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.
“There is no script and no process’. These words could be unsettling to civil servants, accustomed as we are to plans, procedures, standard work instructions and the like. But the idea of working without the usual restrictions can also be liberating, as I found out on my first day with Civil Service Local.
Alice Muskett tells us about joining a team of volunteer civil servants to work with offenders at Thorn Cross Prison in Cheshire as part of the Going Forward project
The schedule for the Discovery Sessions to be run in the north west of England is now available - read more
Waltham Cross Jobcentre Plus, private and public sector organisations work together to provide a career focused programme to 28 students in Waltham Cross.
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
Learning and development is something we hear a lot about, and we're always being told to make the most of our minimum five days' learning. But how do we do that? I went to a discovery session in Salford to find out.
We are running information sessions to inform you more about Dementia. To find out more and how you can join read here.
The first Welsh Academy held at MoD St Athan was an enormous success. What can you expect if you are coming to the East Midlands Academy in May?
Would you like to discover more about the how the Operational Delivery Profession can support you in your career and help you to deliver a more effective service to the public? Read more here
Iwan Hopkins, one of the delegates from the Wales Academy, tells us his story.
Civil Servants in Bristol recently helped students gain skills for employment. Find out more and how to get involved with future events.
Richard Heaton and the collective leadership team from the Cabinet Office will be holding sessions in Plymouth and Exeter. Find out more and who to contact to reserve a place.
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
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Volunteers are needed to suppport an expansion in the capability of Credit Unions. DWP is spearheading the work through a financial investment but this alone will not provide the transformation needed.
In London and in Southampton we are building links with charities to offer interview practice sessions to help people improve thee employability skills. In London Crisis need volunteers for an event on Monday 30 March. In both London and around the Solent we are bulding a list of volunteers for future events.
Do you want to get fitter and healthier and raise money for a good cause at the same time? Then why not take up the challenge of the Big Charity Bike Ride on 17 May to raise money for St Catherine's Hospice in Preston?