Academy delegate Clare Tasker demonstrates the power of networking. How attending the Academy led to a stall at Civil Service Live to showcase her family’s project D4D, where she received an invitation to the OneTeamGov Global unconference.
Catherine Isik from the DWP tells us about some great volunteering work she has been doing, how she was selected for our Academy and her recent experience of CS Live..........
Application for the CS Local ESEL Academy is now open.
The Academy is a mix of self-discovery, personal development and team building. It’s an opportunity to develop your leadership behaviours, to build confidence and self-awareness and work collaboratively with other civil servants from a range of government departments.
Nahida Ahmed on how the Midlands Academy set on her on the road to achieving her goals.
The GCS East of England Communications Academy will take place in Cambridge on Tuesday 24th April. Open to all public sector communicators, please read on for more information, including how to book your free place.
We’ve been following the Jesters academy family as they work hard to deliver their 12- month project. Six months after graduating from the academy, how are they getting on?
Would you like to spend a day job shadowing someone from another department, or are you willing to be shadowed?
Micha Smith from MOD in Lichfield reflects on the last 6 months and what she has learnt from taking part in the Civil Service Local Midlands Academy.
Read about the experiences of Louise Scrowther and Jan Thirlaway from the Department for Work and Pensions and find out how they were involved in the CS Local Leadership Academy.
Diane Reddell from the Department for Work and Pensions talks about her recent experiences of being a delegate on the Civil Service Local North East Academy 2017.
Last week delegates from both the North East and Yorkshire and the Humber marked the end of their year long participation on the CS Local Modular Academy Programme at celebration events held in Newcastle and Leeds.
Every September, a group of excited - and slightly apprehensive - civil servants meet for the first time at the Front Line Managers’ Academy. Four days later they emerge as confident leaders-in-waiting, keen to deliver a project that will help transform the Civil Service.
I took part in the Academy to improve my leadership and management skills, because I wanted to be promoted. Right from the start, I challenged myself and found my confidence increasing – and I was proud of the result.
Team Quattro have said goodbye to their 12-month project – and now they want you to carry on their good work raising funds for older citizens.
Rob Leadley from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency talks about his experiences of being a delegate on the Civil Service Local Yorkshire and Humber Academy.
We are offering an opportunity for people with experience of management and facilitating groups to support the new leadership academy as facilitators and project coaches.
We are offering an opportunity for people with management experience to support our Leadership Academy as mentors.
The five-day Middle Managers’ Academy (MMA) returned in June at the Wintergardens in Blackpool following a successful 2016 launch when members of Civil Service Local’s steering group identified a gap in training opportunities for HEO and SEO leaders.
Stephen Allen talks about his experiences of attending Civil Service Live
The spark that fired-up Mags Sykes’ enthusiasm for Civil Service Local was lit when she attended the Academy in 2015. Since then, she’s been involved with a number of projects – and has just led one for the first time.