It's time to book your place at Civil Service Live 2015, the biggest learning opportunity of the year, with events around the country. As Sir Jeremy Heywood writes, everyone can benefit from attending and learning something new.
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The Scotland Office's Colin Faulkner spent election purdah helping fellow civil servants prepare for a new government. He believes we can make more use of our accumulated expertise to learn from each other.
John Manzoni encourages anyone who thinks they have the potential and talent to succeed to apply for Civil Service Talent Scheme - regardless of what you do or where you're based.
John Fitzpatrick looks at how and why the Civil Service Learning team is developing a new system for civil servants - and how you can get involved.
What are the benefits of workplace learning and how do you do it? Gill Sellix explains all in a blog which counts as - yes! - workplace learning!
Sir Jeremy Heywood looks at how the Civil Service is building its commercial capability, including through a new online course with a global reach.
Jane Kenny, a DWP provision manager in Jobcentre Plus, explains how she used the Civil Service Learning website to develop commercial skills she never knew she had.
Dave Martin of Civil Service Learning introduces CSL's first-ever Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) – an exciting innovation in online learning – for anyone wanting to learn how to get the most out of suppliers and make good commercial decisions.
"The process can feel formal and sometimes a bit intimidating. But don’t forget it isn’t a tick-box exercise - it’s about you, as an individual, and your development," says Sadia Khan, HR Business Partner in DWP.
Having experimented with Trello on some recent projects, the Civil Service Learning team share 6 things they learned using the tool.