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Spaces still available for Civil Service Live: Bristol

We've had two cracking Civil Service Live events so far this year, in Newcastle and Manchester, with great speakers, interesting workshops and lively debate from the floor.

We've already had over 1,500 delegates coming to Bristol on Tuesday, but there's still a few spaces on sessions you can still register for, including some of the most popular sessions so far:

  • What I've learned about leadership (PL1)
  • The future vision of the Civil Service (FR44)
  • The importance of diversity in the Civil Service

Don't forget you can also sign-up for spot mentoring on the day!

First come, first served, here's the full rundown of sessions with spaces left for Bristol:

Session

Time

Inspiring Innovation: The role of science and technology (IN1) 9.45 to 10.45 am Details
My leadership experience and how the Reserve Forces help my Civil Service career (FR7) 10.30 to 11.15 am Details
National Security in the cyber age: What every civil servant needs to know (NG21) 10.35 to 11.20 am Details
What I've learned about leadership (PL1) 11.30 to 12.30 pm Details
The Future Vision of the Civil Service (FR44) 11.40 to 12.25 pm Details
The importance of diversity in the Civil Service and how META helps (FR36) 10.00 to 10.45 am Details
The new UK Government priorities (NG1) with Sir Jeremy Heywood and Chris Wormald, Perm Sec, DfE 1.15 to 2.15 pm Details
My leadership experience and how the Reserve Forces help my Civil Service career (FR7) 1.45 to 2.30 pm Details
English decentralisation (NG38) 1.50 to 2.35 pm Details
Homeland security 2020 (NG20) with Mark Sedwill, Perm Sec Home Office 2.45 to 3.30 pm Details
Experts are T-shaped – what shape are you? (SK1) Read John's Blog on t-shaped experts 3.00 to 4.00 pm Details