Shaping our future together We are responding to some of the biggest peacetime challenges this country has faced. We have shown what is great about our Civil Service: our passion for improving citizens’ lives, our tenacity to get the best …
Following up on their earlier blog post, members of a network of Civil Service directors looking at how to cultivate a strong learning culture in government, update us on how the initiative is progressing.
Joel Glover explains the process of engagement and relationship building with prospective suppliers of learning and development products for Civil Service Learning 2020.
A discussion at Civil Service Live 2018 led to a new initiative on strengthening collective leadership. The three colleagues behind it describe the genesis of the directors network and its aims.
In Learning at Work Week, Dionne Corradine reminds us that learning takes many forms, and we all have our personal preferences for how we learn – but the important thing is to do it.
Learning at Work Week is a great opportunity to focus on our learning and how we can shape the future of 'A Brilliant Civil Service', says Mary Purcell.
Good managers need to start with the fundamentals, says Patsy Wilkinson, Second Permanent Secretary at the Home Office.
Learning at Work Week is a timely reminder of what we have to gain from making learning and development a priority, says Dr Janet Barker of Civil Service Learning.
What is 'blended learning'? How does it help the learner? Jack Harris looks at this "critical component" of the new Civil Service Learning curriculum.
Jake McClure of Civil Service Learning introduces a new range of apprenticeships in critical skills areas, part of a pioneering approach that focuses on roles and occupations not sectors or grades.