Leeds, 18 and 19 October
GCS is proud to join with LG Communications to deliver the UK’s biggest (and best) conference for UK public service communications professionals, Comms Academy, for the fourth year running and look forward to welcoming you to Leeds 18 and 19 October.
Brighton, 27th October
The GCS Local Campaigns team for London, South East, and East will be hosting a conference at The Pensions Regulator in Brighton. It will be a great opportunity for regional communications colleagues and GCS members to get together, learn from each other and network.
London, 19 October
This GCS course is for anyone that wants to buy communications services using the new frameworks and would like to learn about the changes and improve their knowledge.There will be guest speakers from agencies and an interactive session on how to write a good brief.
Congratulations to Ministry of Defence’s Defence Business Services 'Service to Civvy: Are you Pension Ready?' campaign on behalf of Veterans UK to encourage Service Personnel, veterans and their families to claim the Armed Forces Pension they deserve.
We had an excellent response to this year's awards with over 70 entries received, final places for the 22 shortlisted entries will be announced at a special awards evening 18 October as part of Comms Academy.
Tuesday 10 October 2017
Ferzana, one of the GCS Diversity Interns, shares her experience of working at the Cabinet Office over the summer
Tuesday 3 October 2017
Effective communication evaluation should be designed with three audiences in mind: senior decision makers, our team and our peers. Only by thinking about what information is useful to each group can we make our evaluation fully effective.
Home Office needed to raise awareness that slavery exists in the UK and educate the public on the different types of slavery and victims – alongside encouraging reporting via a new helpline and website.
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.