If you are looking to run a conference or large scale event, look no further. Our specialist team will provide you with a dedicated service anywhere, anytime.
Our Corporate Events Team are the National School's centre of expertise and best practice in the running of conferences, seminars and events. They are responsible for our world-beating conferences such as the Prime Minister's Public Service Reform, The International Women's Conference and Civil Service Live!
With our unique agreements with leading suppliers and venues, we are able to coordinate all aspects of large scale events from beginning to end. We can provide the latest voting and interactive technology, we can facilitate all forms of Large Group Interventions and we have unrivalled access to government and international speakers.
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|22-23 September 2008||Sunningdale Accreditors' Conference Implications of the Data Handling Review for Accreditors|
This two-day conference designed for Government Accreditors' will challenge and develop your understanding of legal issues, the future of government policy and international standards. It will maintain accreditators' understanding of the Data Handling Review and its impact as well as provide networking opportunities and learning from peers experiences.
|11 June 2008||The challenge of delivery: cross-departmental Public Service Agreements (PSA)|
With the new PSAs launched earlier this month, the National School of Government's
timely conference will explore, with key stakeholders, the challenges to come in delivering
them as well as reviewing the lessons learnt from those PSAs that have already been embedded.
|15-17 Apr 2008||HRD 2008: International Learning and Development Conference and Exhibition|
|Visit us on Stand 518 to discuss your individual and organisational learning and development requirements.
To mark the tenth anniversary of the CIPD Annual Learning and Development Survey, Graham O'Connell, Head of Organisational Learning and Standards, National School of Government will be giving a talk on 'Ten years of changing trends in Learning and Development' seminar on Wednesday 16 April. More...
|1-3 April 2008||Civil Service Live||Gallery|
|Civil Service Live is the first ever exhibition dedicated to the UK civil service, designed to bring together the inspirational people running today's and tomorrow's civil service to showcase best practice and innovation. Supported by Sir Gus O'Donnell '. we are bringing together 4,000 - 6,000 civil servants from all government departments and agencies, to inspire each other and be inspired by others, to learn from good practice and share and learn from innovative ideas'. More...
|11 March 2008||Public Service Leadership 2008 QEII Conference Centre, London|
|Join your leadership peers from across public service at this CPD-accredited national conference, organised in association with the Defence Leadership Academy; Fire Service College; Leadership Foundation for Higher Education; National School of Government; NHS Institute for Innovation and Improvement and The Third Sector Leadership Centre.
Hear from key leadership figures, including Robin Ryde Author: 'Thought Leadership: Moving Hearts & Minds' & Chief Executive: National School of Government More...
|3-7 March 2008||The European civil servant; Pilot of European Curriculum - Reggia in Caserta, Italy||Book Now|
|Scuola Superiore della Pubblica Amministrazione, Italy, Partners of the National School, are hosting a 5-day pilot programme entitled 'The European Civil Servant; Pilot of European Curriculum '. This pilot programme will take place in Italy from 3-7 March 2008. The main aim of the project is to develop shared knowledge, key skills and competences among middle rank civil servants of National Public Administrations, in order to increase and improve collaboration and their mobility within the European Union countries.
There is no fee to attend the programme; however delegates will need to fund their own travel and subsistence costs. More...
|27-28 February||International Women’s Conference||Conference follow up|
|Held in London in February, the fourth International Women's Conference for UK and international public sector leaders attracted senior women from all over the UK and across the globe. The conference theme: Women's Leadership Globally and Locally: For me, For Them, For Us showcased successful women with the experience of overcoming personal, professional or organisational barriers. It also spotlighted organisations seen as showing the way in embedding organisational practices to support gender equality where the message is very clearly what's good for equality is good for business. More...|