An Introduction to Workforce Scotland

What is Workforce Scotland?

Workforce Scotland is a collaborative initiative which supports and enables the public service workforce to work together to deliver the services that matter to the people of Scotland.

Is this Development for me?

  • This work shop is open to staff of all levels, though may be most beneficial to those working across departmental or organisational boundaries

What will I gain?

  • The opportunity to hear more about the current offerings and support offered by the Ingage Team, This team is working across Scotland, with communities, public services and those in power, to enable, support and grow capability and capacity to transform together. The team brings together colleagues with a range of experiences in working with and in different public services and their work is based on the core principles of collaboration, co-production and creativity, enabling people to participate in the decisions that affect their lives.
  • Hearing about some of the specific examples of their work, as well as ways in which you and your teams can get involved.

We work in complex environments, and we know that we do not have all the answers to the systemic issues that we all face. Workforce Scotland aim to work with colleagues, communities, civil society and public service organisations; learning, supporting and continually improving our responses to these issues together

Time Commitment - 1 hour = 2 Learning Credits

Learning methods - Presentation and Q&A session

Facilitators - Jessica Dall (SPCB), Karen Lawson and Kirsty Merriman (Scottish Government)

To book your place, click here and then click the + button alongside ‘Register for an event’. You can either insert the name of the course you wish to book a place on or click ‘Browse All’ to see the full list of available courses. Click on the name of your chosen course and register.

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