The Brilliant Civil Service in Action events are bringing together hundreds of enthusiastic civil servants from a range of departments to network, hear motivational speakers and share our ideas.
'A Brilliant Civil Service in Action’, 1 May 2018, 9:30 - 12:30, Sheffield. Last Chance to register for this cross-departmental event, which is an opportunity for civil servants to connect with others from across the region, collaborate on the challenges you all face and create real change in your locality.
Exercise Mini-Stretch is an insight day with 101st (Northumbrian) Regiment Royal Artillery. Find out more about the event here.
‘A Brilliant Civil Service in Action’, 1 May 2018, 9:30 - 12:30, Sheffield. Join us at this cross-departmental event for civil servants to connect with others from across the region, collaborate on the challenges you all face and create real change in your locality.
If you are AA to EO grade come along to our next Junior Leaders Networking Event in London and let us inspire, motivate and encourage you to succeed in making the Civil Service brilliant!
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.
Could you help out if there was an incident such as a flood or serious fire? Volunteering is one of the best ways you can gain experience and build your skills while helping others in your community. Staffordshire Civil Contingencies Unit are seeking volunteers.
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.
The Junior Leaders Network is a fantastic opportunity to hear from successful civil servants, network and learn about different government departments, to be inspired, motivated and encouraged to succeed in making the Civil Service brilliant!
I’m Hazel Nicholson, and I have joined Civil Service Local after they made me an offer I couldn’t refuse!
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.
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.
Julie Birkett from HM Land Registry took part in a fun scheme to raise the aspirations of primary school children in Blackpool, and tells us why she can thoroughly recommend it.
Following the success of a CS Local Academy project in 2016, Civil Service Local will once again be hosting the Pride of the Civil Service Awards in 2017. Allowing us to celebrate ‘Ordinary people doing Extraordinary things’
Stephen Allen talks about his experiences of attending Civil Service Live