f@w at Civil Service Live
One of the key objectives of Civil Service Live was to promote best practice and to inspire innovation across the civil service. More than 200 high quality, practical workshops and plenary sessions were held, with a range of acclaimed and prestigious speakers. Civil Service Live also offered NICS staff the opportunity to build new relationships across the public, voluntary and private sectors and the chance to learn about good practice and innovation from colleagues in England, Scotland and Wales.
|More than 2,000 visitors came through the future@work exhibition. The stand featured ‘the future’, as part of its themed zone tracking the history of the Civil Service and also provided the first opportunity for NI Direct to promote the programme at an event outside of Northern Ireland|
|Showcasing “Surface “Technology - Cabinet Secretary and Head of the GB Civil Service, Sir Gus O'Donnell (centre) finds out more about future@work at Civil Service Live. Also joining him is Bruce Robinson, Head of the Northern Ireland Civil Service (right)|
Showcasing the Public Access Points ( Kiosks) and NI Direct. Cabinet Secretary and Head of the GB Civil Service, Sir Gus O'Donnell takes a tour of future@work with Leslie Smyth, Development Manager