CS Local Scotland Learning and development network – a year in review
Would you like to develop your project management skills? CS Local Scotland are offering a rare opportunity to be part of a small project team that will plan and deliver the first Connect event in Scotland.
Join us at the launch of the Culture and Engagement Network in Newcastle to share experience of engagement in your department.
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to work in a different department to yours? Would you like to help colleagues collaborate across government, and develop yourself? Then join our People Connections team!
One night without your home comforts? Go on, you know you want to.
We are setting up a job shadowing programme across the East, South East and London region and we hope all departments will participate. We’re looking for people to provide job shadowing and people to take up those opportunities.
This latest in our series of roadshows, which aim to raise awareness and develop networks between different government departments, offers a brief insight into the work of DWP.
To support the launch of a few key cross-government networks as part of CS Local Scotland, we are looking to fill a number of roles to enable us to get up and running. Can you help us?
Issue 20 of the Network is now available. Have a read to learn more about your region.
Join or lead our new cross departmental digital network to share information, good practice and developments on Digital related issues.
Our first discovery session on social mobility was illuminated by Corey Rae, who explained how a Civil Service apprenticeship has made such a positive difference to his life. The session was such a success that we decided not to let it end there. Read on to see how you can get involved.
Rozanne Kidd talks about her career, her passion for the Civil Service and why she said ‘Yes’ to being SRO for CS Local Scotland.
I'm pleased to announce a brand new Discovery Session. It's an introduction to some tools and techniques to help you recover quick from disappointments and 'failures' at work. You might find some of them help you in your personal life too.
It's also a great chance for you to meet some colleagues from other departments and broaden your contacts in the region.
Issue 19 is a bumper edition of The Network. You'll find enclosed a big feature on this year's Changing Horizons events. The main focus is on this year's Oldham event, as our new location for this event designed to raise …
Mental Health First Aid training session to be held at Rivergate, Bristol. Read more to find out how you can register your place.
Do you know the network magazine is produced by Academy delegates from 2014? We are immensely proud of the team, read more here....
We're delighted to add secondment opportunities to our People Connections programme. It's a way to connect with colleagues from other departments across our region to learn new skills; share best practice and bring something back to your own department. Find out more about exciting, short-term, development opportunities at the Environment Agency and HMRC.
Would you like to….
Visit another Department?
Meet new colleagues across the North West?
Share your knowledge and expertise and gain new skills?
If you’ve answered “YES!” to any of these questions read on to find out more about the North West People Connections Programme.
Civil Service Local has been Finding Innovation and Value in Everyone for 5 years. Read about what we are doing next.