Last call for Civil Service Live as it heads to London on 12 and 13 July.
There is still time - just - for civil servants to register for the remaining Civil Service Live 2016 events or to add sessions to your day.
See what happened when the doors of Civil Service Live 2016 opened to thousands of civil servants at the SECC in Glasgow and City Hall in Sheffield.
Jeremy Heywood and John Manzoni set out a new vision for the future of the Civil Service.
The Civil Service Live app is now available, helping delegates get more out of the learning event of the year for civil servants.
Time's running out to book your place at Civil Service Live 2016, the biggest learning opportunity of the year for civil servants.
Civil Service Learning have completed the prototype of what's intended to be a more personalised digital service. What do you think of it?
People learn in different ways. In Learning at Work Week, read about the best learning experiences of some of your colleagues - and tell us about yours.
Civil Service Live 2016, the big learning event of the year for civil servants, is built around four themes and a vision of what the Civil Service needs to look like in 2020.
Lauren Jackson describes how a KPMG-led consortium is working with Civil Service Learning to provide learning that is more responsive to the needs and circumstances of individual civil servants.