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  • Power, Politics & Policy Workshop - 05 - 06 June 2019

    Evaluation sent to the participants following the workshop. More
    Closes today
  • KAS - Staff Conference Evaluation - 31 May 2019

    Creating an environment for change Your comments will help us to design and deliver future training events All responses will remain anonymous More
    Closes 21 June 2019
  • NI Direct Services 2019

    This Survey is being conducted in order to gain the public’s views about government services and agencies. More
    Closes 21 June 2019
  • High Performing Team Event Survey - Group 15 - 14 June 2019

    Staff training More
    Closes 24 June 2019
  • Pink Ladies Cancer Support Group Event Register Waterside House 26/06/19

    The Pink Ladies Cancer Support Group was established in May 2005 and has grown to include The Pink Panthers male cancer support group who celebrate their 6th Birthday this year. This group provides a community-based approach to supporting those living with or after Cancer who... More
    Closes 26 June 2019
  • Dignity at Work Survey 2019

    Last June, we carried out a short survey around Dignity at Work. This aimed to provide a better understanding of the type of issues you are experiencing or observing, in order that we are able to take action to help ensure that our workplace is an environment which is comfortable for everyone... More
    Closes 26 June 2019
  • NICSHR Mentoring Circles Grade 6 /7 & Analogous Cohort 3 (including Mixed Gender Pilot) - Nomination Process 2019/2020

    The NICS Women’s Network has successfully piloted the use of Mentoring Circles within the NICS for female staff at Grade 6/7 level over the last number of years. These Mentoring Circles focussed on female staff as part of the commitment to address under representation of women at... More
    Closes 28 June 2019
  • EA Disability Staff Network - Pulse Survey

    The Disability Staff Network have produced a short survey aimed at gauging how many employees have a disability including hidden disabilities, or care for someone with a disability. We hope to build a picture of what the experience of having a disability/being a carer is as... More
    Closes 28 June 2019
  • Sickness Absence in the Northern Ireland Civil Service 2018/19

    The Human Resource Consultancy Services (HRCS) branch, in the Northern Ireland Statistics and Research Agency (NISRA), produces a range of HR related statistics on staff within the Northern Ireland Civil Service (NICS). These statistics include an annual publication on Sickness Absence (see... More
    Closes 28 June 2019
  • Senior Civil Service Leadership Event - Friday 5th July

    Our Senior Civil Service leadership event will be held on Friday 5 th July, and co-hosted by Sue Gray, Permanent Secretary, Department of Finance and Richard Pengelly, Permanent Secretary, of Department of Health and Chief Executive of Health and Social Care NI. This event provides... More
    Closes 28 June 2019
  • NICS Talent Management Toolkit - Guide for having Career Development discussions

    Talent management is a key theme cutting across a number of the actions of the NICS People Strategy. As a first priority, we have commenced work to support line managers and staff to discuss career development in a meaningful way. NICS Talent Management Toolkit The... More
    Closes 30 June 2019
  • Active, Fit and Sporty Survey

    Sport Northern Ireland is the leading public body for the development of sport in Northern Ireland . In planning for the future Sport Northern Ireland, along with our #Active, Fit & Sporty partners, are conducting a survey focusing on female participation in sport and physical activity. We... More
    Closes 30 June 2019
  • Tollymore Feedback

    Tollymore Feedback More
    Closes 30 June 2019
  • Money and Mental Health

    Would you like to know more? Most people would agree, that we could all benefit from improved knowledge and confidence when it comes to dealing with our finances. Every financial decision we make has an impact on both our present and future financial wellbeing - so surely we should be... More
    Closes 5 July 2019
  • Digital Admissions School & Playgroup User Satisfaction Survey

    As a user of the new Digital Admissions system, you are being asked to take part in the Education Authority's (EA) Satisfaction Survey. The survey should take no longer than 5 minutes to complete and is an important exercise as it helps us to understand the experience of users of the new... More
    Closes 8 July 2019
  • SportMaker Awards

    Sport Northern Ireland is giving the sporting community an opportunity to say “thank you” to local coaches, officials, volunteers and projects, through their 2019 SportMaker Awards. The Awards recognise the outstanding contribution of people and projects over the previous 12 months and... More
    Closes 10 July 2019
  • Reshaping Breast Assessment Services

    Currently in Northern Ireland, symptomatic breast assessment services (breast symptoms which may or may not be suggestive of cancer) are provided by all five Health and Social Care Trusts. Screening breast assessment services, for women with a positive screening test, are provided by four... More
    Closes 19 July 2019
  • Reshaping Stroke Care - Saving Lives, Reducing Disability

    Stroke is a major health issue in Northern Ireland with around 2,800 people being admitted to hospital each year and 36,000 stroke survivors living in our communities. It is important that every opportunity is taken to secure excellent care for people after a stroke and give them the best... More
    Closes 19 July 2019
  • Guidelines for the Prosecution of Young Offenders

    This is a public consultation by the Public Prosecution Service (PPS) to seek your views on our new policy covering the prosecution of young offenders. The purpose of this policy is to provide guidance on the general principles, commitments and associated work practices, and to explain... More
    Closes 26 July 2019
  • SP-PIF Application £20,001 - £150,000

    The Provider Investment fund (PIF) is a competitive fund that aims to support improvements to the delivery of the Supporting People Programme (SPP). Existing SPP providers can bid for support to help them improve their delivery of the SPP. The Department for Communities (DfC) have... More
    Closes 26 July 2019
  • SP-PIF Application £5,000 to £20,000

    The Provider Investment fund (PIF) is a competitive fund that aims to support improvements to the delivery of the Supporting People Programme (SPP). Existing SPP providers can bid for support to help them improve their delivery of the SPP. The Department for Communities (DfC) have... More
    Closes 26 July 2019
  • Returner - JBO Referral to S2S and Initial Experience of 2nd Attachment Period on Programme with Lead Contractor/Supply Chain Partner

    Survey to find out claimants opinion and experiences of returning to the Steps to Success programme. More
    Closes 31 July 2019
  • 1st Timer - JBO Referral to Steps 2 Success and Initial Experience of Programme with Lead Contractor/Supply Chain Partner

    S2S customer satisfaction survey - sample 1 1st Timer - JBO Referral to Step 2 Success and Initial Experience of Programme with Lead Contractor/Supply Chain Partner More
    Closes 31 July 2019
  • 26 wks 1st Timer/Returner - Experience of S2s Programme so far

    Survey to guage claimants opinions and experience of the S2S programme More
    Closes 31 July 2019
  • Nature of In Work Support Provided by Lead Contractor/Supply Chain Partner

    Survey to gauge opinions and experiences of claimants on S2S More
    Closes 31 July 2019
  • Information Sharing for Child Protection Purposes

    This consultation seeks your views on draft guidance on sharing information for child protection purposes. This is non-statutory guidance for HSCTs which, along with regional procedural guidance and information sharing protocols developed by the SBNI between its member agencies, will provide... More
    Closes 1 August 2019
  • PRE-CONSULTATION EXERCISE TO SEEK VIEWS ON A SUCCESSOR STRATEGY TO THE NEW STRATEGIC DIRECTION FOR ALCOHOL & DRUGS PHASE 2

    The Department of Health (DoH) is responsible for leading and co-ordinating action on Northern Ireland’s substance misuse strategy on a regional and local basis. The current strategy – the New Strategic Direction for Alcohol & Drugs Phase 2 (NSD Phase... More
    Closes 9 August 2019
  • Careers Service Adult Satisfaction Questionnaire 2018

    The Careers Service is an important part of the Department for the Economy and provides an impartial, all-age careers information, advice and guidance service to help young people and adults make informed choices about their future career paths. Careers Service Privacy Notice The... More
    Closes 13 August 2019
  • Loughry Alumni

    Help us build our alumni! We want to hear from you - our past graduates as to how we can build our Alumni and what features we could offer that would of interest. Please complete this short survey (5 questions), all feedback will remain anonymous and survey results revealed via our social... More
    Closes 23 August 2019
  • RSCN Executive Board Election

    Following the RSCN nomination survey a list of potential candidates have been identified to stand for election to the RSCN Executive Board. The Executive Board determines the strategies and actions of the Collaborative Network. It will identify specific thematic Working Groups aimed... More
    Closes 6 September 2019
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