Civil Service Live is back with another UK tour for summer 2020 and we need your help running the largest cross-department learning events for civil servants.
Civil Service Live
Read about how CS Local engaged with civil servants across the country at CS Live 2019
A chance to reflect on progress since CS Local Scotland launched in April, see what is coming next, and what is on the horizon.
Rozanne Kidd talks about her career, her passion for the Civil Service and why she said ‘Yes’ to being SRO for CS Local Scotland.
Civil Service Live is the government’s annual, cross-department learning event, attracting thousands of civil servants to regional events to learn, network and share best practice. Find out how you can attend an event near you.
Registration opens soon for Civil Service Live 2018, so we asked Brian McGuinness from the Disclosure and Barring Service how he and his organisation benefitted from attending last year’s event.
The latest Network magazine has been published and is full of exciting material for you to read.
Thousands of civil servants descended on Manchester for the return of Civil Service Live to the North West. They learned new skills, made new contacts, and came away inspired to help deliver the vision of a Brilliant Civil Service.
Now that the dust has settled on Civil Service Live in Manchester, it’s a good to time to reflect on the event – and say a big thank you to all those volunteers who made it happen.
CS Live is coming to Cardiff on 29 June. Whilst many sessions are fully booked, there are still some spaces available....
You are invited to a 90 minute Leadership Roadshow for Government Communication Service (GCS) members attending Civil Service Live in Newcastle/Gateshead, Cardiff and London.
Building capability is one of the key aims of Civil Service Local. As part of our ongoing look back at our first five years, Steering Group member Steve Field tells us how empowering people to be the best they can be is at the heart of what we do.
New recruit to CS Local, Katie Giles and her experience of CS Live
Following successful volunteering with the CS Local Engaging Schools Project and Crisis that South Tyneside Legal Aid Agency (LAA) staff were involved in, we were asked to deliver a learning event at Civil Service Live 2016 in Sheffield.
You never know who you will bump into at Civil Service Live. It could be anyone from the Chief Executive of the Civil Service to someone you only know through emails.
Find out more about the first cross departmental volunteering venture for the North East Continuous Improvement Network.
I had a very busy day at Civil Service Live in Manchester. It was also enlightening, worthwhile and empowering. As expected, I left with a big list of things to do, but I made plenty of new contacts to help me achieve them so I'm hopeful about the future.
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.
There has been a tremendous response to our call for volunteers and we have enough for the events outside of London. In London more are needed!
Civil Service Live 2015 will soon be with us and we need your help. We need volunteers for a variety of roles at each of the venues in Newcastle, Manchester, Bristol, Edinburgh and London. Sign up now.