Nahida Ahmed on how the Midlands Academy set on her on the road to achieving her goals.
Vanessa Kirk from Civil Service Local Midlands gives her account of the day and her visit to the Houses of Parliament.
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?
Do you want to take some positive steps in your career this year? Do you want to develop yourself and network with colleagues from the across the region? Then consider the Midlands Academy!
Come and join us on 26 March 12.30 - 2.30pm in Quarry House, Leeds, LS2 7UE at this event which will provide participants with the tools and techniques to incorporate performance skills into their personal interactions and verbal communications.
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!
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.
We think there is something for everyone in our Autumn programme, of bite-size learning sessions – which are all FREE to attend - whether it be learning some new leadership techniques, finding out about other Civil Service Departments in your neck of the woods or something relating to a specialist profession.
Whilst some of the dates are yet to be confirmed, see below for details of what is coming soon.
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.
Following the success of the first Pride of the Civil Service North West Awards last year, CS Local will be hosting the awards in 2017 – and we need your help.
Inspired by their time at the 2016 ESEL Junior Leader’s Academy the Hurricane family wanted to help other potential leaders and came up with the idea of a ‘Civil Service Leadership Ladder’ for their project.
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.
Civil Service Local is pleased to announce an opportunity for civil servants in the east, south east and London to join our latest cross-departmental Academy programme for junior grades.
Did you know our GAP project has been going on for almost three years? Read more about the project and how its made a difference here...
Read about how Asif had his eyes opened at the Discover Preston event on the 13th February at the HMRC Learning Academy in the Guild Centre, Preston.
We are hosting a learning and networking event for all Civil Service departments in Plymouth on the 22nd March. More information is available here and booking is online. Places are limited so book early if you wish to attend.
DWP are looking for volunteers to help provide mock interviews to unemployed customers in February. Why not use one of your volunteering days to helps others in a positive way. Read more to find out how you can apply today.
If you are grade AA-EO looking to reach your full potential but don’t know where to start and interested in learning about other government departments then the Junior Leaders Networking Event in London is a fantastic opportunity for you.