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Government Skills

Government Skills – the sector skills body for central government

Last updated - 27th October 2010

Government Skills – the sector skills body for central government

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Building professional skills for government

Government Skills' goal is to improve the delivery of public services to customers, by building the skills of people working in government departments, non-departmental public bodies and the armed forces across the United Kingdom.

Government Skills works with central government employers to identify the common skills needs they face. It brings the right people together – training providers, educational bodies, employers themselves – to deliver programmes that meet needs employers cannot easily or cost-effectively meet on their own.