Even great data is worthless if it is poorly presented. This session, led by the Cabinet Office Digital Communications team, will give guidance on how to present data in a clear, user-friendly, and engaging fashion.
2019 marks 20 years of devolution, one of the most significant constitutional changes in the UK in a generation. It created the Scottish Parliament, Welsh Assembly and Northern Ireland Assembly, and means that decisions about areas like education, policing and health are taken in the nations affected by them. But what does all this mean for us as government communicators?
Come to the Ministry of Defence to find out how GCS communicators and military personnel work together to communicate the vital work of our Armed Forces.
Interested in communications or know someone who might be? The Government Communication Service (GCS) apprenticeship offers a unique opportunity to learn while you earn, and develop the skills needed to begin your career in communications.
Are you considering a career in communications? The Government Communication Service (GCS) internship offers a unique opportunity to develop your skills and the chance to work on some of the biggest communications challenges and issues of the day.
The summit took place on 24 July 2018 at the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park in London and brought together more than 1000 delegates from governments, donors, private sector organisations, charities and organisations of persons with disabilities.
Leeds, Manchester, London
Thursday 21 February 2019
Louise Fulton, Head of Internal Communications at the Legal Aid Agency, writes about working part-time for GCS.
Monday 18 February 2019
Kelly Dolan, who recently delivered a GCS Comms Exchange on Expo 2020 Dubai on behalf of DIT, shares her experience of delivering a GCS Comms Exchange and tells you why you should host your own.
The Royal Navy needed to recruit high quality entrants to meet their targets. This campaign aimed to reach out to those who have historically been underrepresented in the Service. It took a long-term approach, recognising that it can take years for initial interest to develop into an application.
The aim of GREAT is to increase the levels of trade, investment, tourism, and high quality students coming to the UK, leading to a measurable economic impact of £1 billion over three to five years and the creation of over 10,000 jobs for the UK economy.