A new network for apprentices has recently been launched in the Midlands providing a forum to provide support and share experiences.
An exciting cross-departmental event to launch the new CS Local Midlands Apprentice network.
In March Civil Service Local North West (CSNW) held its first ever Alumni event at Greater Manchester’s Fire and Rescue Service Training Centre to celebrate the achievements of current students and recent graduates of ILM Level 5 Diploma in Management …
Shafi Khan and his colleague spent a day at a Careers Open Day speaking to students about Civil Service careers and what it is like being a civil servant.
We recently welcomed Clare Moriarty, Permanent Secretary, DEFRA to Benton Park View in Newcastle and talked about leadership, developing workspaces and CS Local activities.
On 14 April a group of Civil Service representatives and Apprenticeship Ambassadors attended a Northumberland Careers Event at Blyth Sports Centre attended by over 300 young people.
Colleagues across the North West have developed their leadership skills and earned a qualification through Civil Service Local’s partnerships with learning providers. To date, 120 civil servants have taken, or are taking, a level 5 Apprenticeship in Learning and Management.
As part of National Careers Week, Civil Service Local recently provided an opportunity for Civil Servants from across various government departments to attend careers events at Joseph Swan Academy in Gateshead and Josephine Butler Campus in Ashington. Read more to find out how they got on...
Application forms for our popular Higher Apprenticeship qualifications are available now for our October and November intake.
Places are still available for this year’s Apprenticeship in Leadership and Management, and you can sign up at Civil Service Live. The 12-month programme is a university level, formally-accredited and recognised qualification.
Lorraine Edgar from HM Courts & Tribunals Service encourages you to consider applying for an Apprenticeship.
I say it's all Brendan Rodgers' fault - the Liverpool football team manager's unique style made me believe they could win the cup. If that could happen - then anything was possible. So, I applied for the Institute of Learning and Management's Level 5 Apprenticeship Programme. Brendan let me down, the course didn't.
Find out more about an exciting and unique opportunity to gain a University level qualification through Civil Service Local. We're working in partnership with Lancashire Adult Learning to offer Level 5 Apprenticeships in Leadership and Management.
Fast Track Apprentices talk to students in North London about being an apprentice and the different ways to start a career in the Civil Service
The Countdown continues – Civil Service Live Liverpool (25th June) – 2 days to go. Each day in the run up to Civil Service Live 2014 Liverpool we’re highlighting a particular stand or session. Today we focus on the session …