Events around the country

It's great to showcase the great things you are planning for Learning at Work Week 2024! Let us know your plans!.

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We have a huge variety of webinars from the basics of BSL, Inclusion and Diversity and the London School of Economics. We're hosting "A Day in the Life of Cabin Crew" courses and we have our mobile flight simulator experiences for colleagues to experience life in the air. We even have content from the Red Arrows detailing how they use learning to improve their air displays! We're also focussing on wellbeing with roadshows and links to personal and financial health. 


We are very excited to be getting involved with Learning at Work Week for the first time here at Lenvi. We have a variety of events taking place throughout the week, to really emphasise the power of learning. This includes sessions on helping colleagues save for the future, top IT tips, enhancing communication skills and focusing on colleagues wellbeing. There will be something for everyone to get involved in and feel empowered from. 



During Learning at Work Week, we're thrilled to spotlight our learning initiatives, aligning with this year's theme of Learning Power. Our L&D department specialises in crafting award-winning learning experiences for all colleagues. During LAW week, we are hosting daily virtual sessions covering different topics from retail campaigns to professional growth, supplemented by internal articles and quizzes on our LMS, The Hive. On May 14th, we are taking over our head office and distribution centre, hosting drop-in sessions with L&D experts. With laptops, snacks, and guidance, we're committed to fostering continuous learning. We believe lifelong learning empowers individuals, teams, and our organisation to evolve and thrive.


One of our goals at Ultimate Performance is to Attract, Nurture, and Develop world-class talent. Our focus for our Learning Week is, therefore, to empower personalized learning while enhancing knowledge sharing across the business. We are hosting a Dedicated Learning Time Challenge - colleagues will be able to design a simple and personalized learning initiative with the guidance of the L&D Team using dedicated learning time provided by the business. We will gamify this with a leaderboard where exemplary learners will be showcased and recognised, and the top learner will be awarded a trophy. This will inspire diversity and personalization in learning. We will also offer Brown Bag sessions hosted by the L&D Team and Senior Managers in the business, further enriching collective knowledge and strengthening collaboration. Along these lines, L&D will host a workshop to give business teams the knowledge and tools to better collaborate with L&D to drive learning and growth. Finally, resources such as our Learning Library and on-demand, LMS-based content will be available for self-study.



During Learning at Work Week, Horizon Leisure Trust are thrilled to offer our teams a programme of training focused on the power of learning about and better understanding our business. Back by popular demand is our Afternoon Tea with Trustees, where staff will have the opportunity to discuss upcoming projects and future plans with both our trustees and leadership team. We’re also delighted to be joined by British Blind Sport who will deliver their groundbreaking “Visual Impairment in Sport Workshop” and in addition to this we’ll be exploring our own Health Hub by offering free health check passes to employees along with tasters of our GEX and Thrive programmes to really get to know our products. Learning at Work Week, will be run in conjunction with Mental Health Awareness Week, combined with getting active, we’ll also be giving our staff the opportunity to get up and close with some feathered friends through the support of FAB Falconry, along with taking a break away from our screens to do some mindfulness crafting.


 This is the fourth year celebrating Learning at Work Week at Castle Trust Bank and we are excited to connect with our colleagues and drive our positive learning culture. Having gone through some changes in our L&D department over the last year, we will be sharing our plans to enhance L&D at the bank as we continue to evolve and grow, including showcasing a teaser of our new LMS platform. Our main event for the week is a Learning Fair, where we will have a number of committees and teams hosting a table to connect with all colleagues, where they can share their own updates, be on hand to support colleagues with queries and development opportunities, mixed in with some fun mini activities. This Learning Fair is a great opportunity for our L&D team to gain feedback from colleagues on what else they’d like to see from the team. Continuing with the themes of power to connect and engage, we are delivering some bite size training sessions on Communication Styles, giving colleagues the opportunity to learn with others across the business. We will be rounding off our week with some ‘ask me anything’ sessions with members of our ExCo, to inspire attendees with their career journey, and will announce the winner of our ‘Most Inspirational Colleague’ award.


We are a network of 39 schools established exclusively in disadvantaged areas, therefore we understand the impact that a culture of learning can have on lives. That's why we've extended our Learning at Work Week into a month-long event! We aim to ensure all our staff can participate in our planned activities. We've chosen a superhero theme to encapsulate the theme of learning power. Throughout May, we’ve scheduled various workshops covering AI, child development, coding, the natural world, Excel, networking, and creativity. We're involving students from our schools to teach us new skills and have introduced gamification by using bingo cards to incentivise learning and increase the chances of winning prizes. Our events are a mix of in person and virtual, so everyone can participate. Additionally, we encourage teams to thank colleagues for opportunities to learn through our innovative 'pay it forward' activity. 


 We are a commercial law firm looking forward to being involved with the Learning at Work Week. We’ll be offering introductory lunch and learn sessions across the firm. Our focus for this year’s Learning at Work Week is improving soft skills, this will support colleagues with continual professional development. We’ll be running lunch & learn sessions on difficult conversations, effective communication and delivering feedback. The sessions will be run by our Learning and Development Specialist and involve an online,  light touch on the topics. It is important to us to support our colleagues and provide opportunities for them to grow and progress.


We are building on the success from our 2023 learning at work.  Based on participants feedback we have invited back speakers and are introducing new activities including watercolour painting introduction, brain teasers, wellbeing content,  a cyber-attack simulation exercise as well as a company treasure hunt. 


We have invited a range of external VIP speakers for Learning at Work Week.  Tricia Sail, who won last year’s BBC's Race Across the World will talk about how she achieved this, given that she is partially sighted. We have Devon Air Ambulance coming along and a Dartmoor National Park Ranger, to talk about a typical day. We also have  a re-visit from a local Alpaca Farmer who challenges everyone's thinking! Internally, our own Tech Manager will walk us through the Digital Switchover and Rob, the deputy CEO and vice principal at Exeter College, will share in knowledge on leadership success. 


By hosting Learning at Work Week, we aim to cultivate an environment of continuous growth and development aimed at enhancing employees' skills, knowledge, and well-being. Through engaging activities and initiatives our employees will be encouraged to seek new knowledge, share insights, and contribute to a dynamic flow of information across Policy Expert. Activities will include workshops about nutrition to support wellbeing, how to prevent burnout plus how to stay active whilst sitting at your desk. Some of our amazing employees will be sharing their talent and skills around topics such as how to illustrate or write a book as well as a number of lunch and learns for cross department knowledge sharing.     


We have a variety of exciting initiatives in the pipeline, including scavenger hunts, cross-team idea sharing, and sessions on the latest technological developments in our industry. Additionally, we'll host external talks on AI and mental well-being. To accommodate multiple time zones, we're extending our event over two weeks. This will allow us to host several global events online throughout the period, ensuring everyone has the opportunity to participate.


Here at Fleet Mortgages, we are putting our strapline ‘Everything starts with a good conversation’ at the forefront of everything we do, emphasising positive connections across the business and with our customers. We’ll include a variety of team building sessions which will be a chance for everyone to have fun and get to know one another. We are excited to welcome a guest speaker from Guide Dogs to share their inspirational story and explore why creating connections is so important. Finally, we are going to have a Bingo night to raise money for charity, connect and have some fun! 

For Learning at Work Week, we're running 19 online live learning sessions, including training systems clinics and topics such as AI, Coaching, Psychological Safety, 7 Habits and Line Manager essentials. There will be a daily web page featuring free online courses, lifelong learner of the day video, as well as recommended online resources and elearning on our learning platform. Twenty colleagues will be taking part in a Northgate Activity activity, and we'll have a free draw for an Emotional Intelligence assessment and feedback session.



Following a really successful first Learning at Work Week last year, this is our second year of joining LAWW. We'll have a wide range of activities which will pull on expertise from within the business, such as improving our knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint, photo shoots and cash flow management. This year we’ve invested more external speakers who will run sessions on subjects such as Ecommerce, financial wellbeing, Jo, the founder of The Happiness Club will be helping us understand and build on our resilience and the wonderful Yamien, the mum of one of our employees who will talk to us about Muslim festivals whilst doing a cooking demo.



At Lyons Seafoods', we are aligning with year’s Theme of Learning power and particularly focusing on the “Power to Grow”, “Learning power,” and "Power to Engage". We will be working in partnership with 'In Rehearsal' who will be offering a re-energize session Tuesday to support teams in upskilling followed by a 'Growth Mindset Mastery Event' on Wednesday with Dr. Harrison who will explore the science of learning and help us to apply these ideas and tools to anything we want to master at work (or outside of work). On Thursday, The NSAFD will deliver a 'Lunch and Learn' session on 'The new world of apprenticeships' to develop, grow and strengthen workforce skills and attract future talent.


 The CILEX Foundation charity holds its annual Scholarship funding cycle each May. This year, to align with Learning at Work week, our Charity Lead Dominique Edell is holding an application workshop for early career legal professionals, or those who aspire to study Professional Legal qualification. The lunchtime session will be held on Tuesday 14th May at 12.00pm. To join in, hear more about the funding opportunities available, and look at how to submit a strong application, join here   Can't make this session? You can find more about our Scholarship programme here

During Learning at Work Week, we're hosting an internal social media campaign, urging everyone to expand their skills and development through a range of internal and external workshops and training sessions. 


Our Learning at Work Week 2024 focuses on offering all NES colleagues' opportunities to access learning aligned with our 7 organisational capabilities within our Organisational Development Plan. These capabilities are Collaborative, Leadership, Inclusive, Learning Organisation, Teamworking, Workforce Data and Digital. As our organisation supports flexible and hybrid working, our Learning at Work Week will be held virtually. There will be over 25 online learning sessions offered throughout the week, as well as asynchronous content and additional resources which will be shared with colleagues daily. The learning sessions will include a mix of information sessions and workshops delivered by internal and external speakers. 



 Konica Minolta, Business Solutions UK, is again celebrating Learning at Work Week. We are promoting the benefits of lifelong learning, encouraging our colleagues to share, collaborate and explore the range of resources and learning available. We’re hosting a week of themed days, providing a mix of internal talks, workshops, activities and masterclasses, which we hope will offer something for everyone to get involved in and provide a platform to explore range of opportunities around learning and development. 


Our people are our greatest asset and we want to make sure their employee experience is a journey where they feel excited, proud, happy, and confident in their work.  With 7,200 staff across  multiple sites our Stay and Grow Ambassadors will be running events locally to promote and encourage Stay and Grow conversations which are all about understanding what's working well, what's important to our people, their interests, aspirations and ultimately what will engage and retain them.  We also have coaching and mentoring events throughout the week , skills booster sessions and our Directors are also rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in activities they wouldn’t normally undertake, covering reception and serving in the café! 


We are going to highlight the power of learning to communicate well both within the company and with our service users. We plan to celebrate our achievers and encourage more personal development courses. Learners will be able to find out any skill gaps they may need to progress both at home and work. We will then individually signpost learners to their own learning pathway. We will also start a word of the week in Makaton and arrange some of our communications for notice boards to be in different languages. We will also promote Mental Health Awareness Week, Dementia Awareness Week and the importance of lifelong learning.

Our Learning at Work Week includes digital workshops such as Power BI and Excel and team building activities thanks to Northgate Training. Our team will attend an educational session with KDM Events about energy poverty and the devastating effect it has around the world. We will build a SolarBuddy; a solar powered light which will be distributed to children in energy poverty around the world with a personalised note. Our team will have the opportunity to build their own self-sustaining terrariums and we will be hosting a keynote speaker. We will conclude the week with a ‘Learning Power’ quiz.


At Keyloop we will dive into Learning at Work Week and unlock learning power through the magic of storytelling! Immersing our employees in sessions that inspire, educate, and transform. This week is our gateway to a world where narratives fuel growth, innovation, and connection. We hope to share stories, weaving wisdom and experiences into the fabric of Keyloop’s learning culture. From anecdotes of triumph to lessons learned, each narrative ignites curiosity and sparks dialogue. We have something for everyone from Keynote Speakers to Doodle Challenges, from Design Thinking to How to make Toast!Find out more about Keyloop here


At Metricell we love to learn. We encourage staff to embrace the week and our sessions are designed to enrich everyone’s learning within the organisation. We love bringing in external hosts as well as showcasing our own staff’s knowledge and skills. The week is well received and enjoyed both locally and internationally using a selection of in-office, remote and hybrid sessions. This is our 5th year running and our sessions will include a presentation on the Effective Use of AI, British Sign Language Taster, team building activities and cooking classes. We aim to finish off the week with a relaxed Friday to help employees come together and get to know each other better with a party and friendly competition! 


London & Quadrant Housing Trust 

We are advertising the event all across the organisation, involving Network Groups and iMatter. We are making sure that we have a diverse content, not only connected to work practices, but also allowing to dedicate some time to staff well-being. 


Discover the power of growth and well-being with West Midlands Combined Authority.  This year Learning at Work (LAW) Week and Mental Health Awareness Week are taking place at the same time!  Combining both weeks, gives the opportunity for us as an organisation to unite to celebrate continuous improvement through a week of empowering activities.  From sessions on Developing a Growth Mindset and Mastering Digital Skills to exploring Coaching and Mentoring, there's something for every professional journey.  There is an opportunity to attend the launch of the Equally Yours board game as part of our Diversity and Inclusion offer, designed to enhance future training sessions.   With a dedicated focus on promoting mental health and well-being, our sessions offer valuable support, tools, and strategies to nurture holistic wellness.  For those unable to join, all sessions will be recorded for employees to be watch at a later date.


This year we’re celebrating the diversity of talent and expertise within the Law Society.We have asked our teams to ‘engage like never before!’ by inviting our leaders to play a pivotal role, volunteering their time to showcase the invaluable work that they and their teams do.We’re moving beyond a ‘sit and listen’ approach by actively engaging in knowledge-sharing, workshops, and demonstrations. It’s about celebrating the different skills we all bring to the table and learning from each other.By participating our aim is to spotlight achievements, forge connections, and enrich our collective knowledge – highlighting the Power of Learning.   


We are 'Wild About Learning' and planning a selection of live webinars on 'hot topics', with subject matter experts - including: responsible use of AI, inclusive and accessible meetings and safeguarding, a series of four LIVE author Q&A sessions, as well as sharing and signposting to new learning resources and libraries being created and made available to staff and volunteers at The Wildlife Trusts. 


At Target, we believe that learning is the key to reaching new heights of success. For Learning at Work Week we're working with various areas of the business to highlight growth, connection, and engagement. We're looking at AI, Litigation, Change, Buoyancy, Flexibility, and Growth Mindsets. Starting the week with mindfulness workshops and rolling into the weekend with some in house fitness sessions!


Knight Frank is gearing up for its first Week of Learning, coinciding with Mental Health Awareness Week. The event aims to foster positive change and promote the firm’s Culture of Learning, supporting career acceleration and personal development. Recognising the importance and power of having the opportunity to continuously grow and develop, the diverse programme offers opportunities to engage in new subjects – targeting both role specific skills and individual interests. The agenda currently includes over 45 sessions, both in-person and online, tailored to all UK-based employees and spanning all subdivisions. Keynote speaker, former RAF Tornado Fast Jet pilot Mandy Hickson, will add further inspiration to the week.


This year at allpay we have chosen to focus our event on activities for colleagues to learn more about their Mind, Body & Soul, with a clear emphasis on wellbeing to improve overall individual and team productivity. Our 2024 activities range from taking time out with our Mental Health First Aiders to discuss #movementforyourmind over coffee and cake, to taking the opportunity to test your body with a climbing wall, to finding serenity through learning yoga breathing. We are also working with the West Midlands Air Ambulance service to provide an opportunity to learn lifesaving skills.


We are planning lots of internal events and opportunities for our team to learn throughout the week – from star gazing to history to origami and loads in between! 
We are also planning some Learning & Development related workshops which will be open to the public. These events will be ideal for anyone involved in virtual training:


We are running a series of events for Learning at Work Week that are open to everyone: May 14th 2-3PM: Creating Inclusive Working Environments  May 15th 2-3PM: The Growth Mindset  May 16th 2-3PM: Virtual Unity: Strengthening Teams Across Screens  May 17th 2-3PM: Embracing Change: Harnessing Learning for Positive Responses  May 18th 2-3PM: Emotional Intelligence: Enhancing Self-Awareness and Self-Regulation. To view and register go to:


Step2Skills – Hertfordshire County Council

We are running a series of free events in May and June open to all employees( aged 19+) in Hertfordshire. The courses include Customer Service and Communication Skills, Time Management in the Workplace, Digital Skills and Cyber Security Skills. To find out more and book your place go to:


We plan to raise the profile of the Learning at Work Week through our Adult Learning Service's free offer to eligible colleagues and residents. We are passionate about lifelong learning and enabling people to realise their potential through Maths, English, Digital Skills, and essential work skills.


Scottish Fire and Rescue Service

Our Learning at Work Week 2024 is around ‘communication’. Whether it is self-talk, one to one, or group engagement, there is a learning opportunity to support.  Internal and external subject experts will facilitate sessions to promote the ‘Learning Power’ around mental and physical wellbeing, as well as personal and professional engagement. Virtual delivery makes these sessions accessible to all staff, regardless of their location. In addition to our programme of events, links have been provided to multiple free and sponsored learning resources, e.g. University, mentoring and graduate programmes, so our staff may be empowered to progress further opportunity to learn. 


Join Capita during Learning at Work Week (May 13-19), where we’ll unleash the ‘Power to Engage’ and ‘Power to Connect.’ Dive into a curated selection of articles, podcasts, and webinars designed to enhance your skills. Our internal live sessions and external on-demand content aim to elevate your learning journey. Don’t miss out on expert insights into Personal Development, mastering Hybrid Teams, and strategies to prevent burnout. it’s a week to Learn. Inspire. Transform – be part of it!  Access here.




We use TalentLMS to create online courses that employees can access in a way that aligns with their own learning preferences and availability. This enables all learners to access training that is as flexible, agile and learner led as what is delivered in our classrooms. For Learning at Work Week we are promoting these courses via gamification. Those who complete the most online courses within the week will receive prizes.


We will be hosting a range of public webinars to celebrate Learning at Work week here at Just IT. With a range of training opportunities from Apprenticeships to 1 day training courses, Just IT have your tech and digital, career progression needs covered. Join us across the week as we explore topics such as the future of Software Development, Data and Marketing training opportunities and a managers guide to supporting Generation Z employees. Please check out our full schedule and register via this link:


Boost your skills for free this Learning at Work Week! Do you want to take your career to new heights but can't get the training you need? Don't miss your chance of free online training from Intellek during LAWW. Our eLearning courses are designed to help you gain new skills and knowledge. Whether you want to improve your soft skills and communication, learn more about cybersecurity, or master the latest business software programs, we’ve got what you need to succeed. You can also get training on diversity, equity, and inclusion to create more welcoming workplaces for all. Or dive into digital transformation to drive innovation at your job. All this and more are available at no cost when you register during Learning at Work Week this year. Upgrade your talents and open new career opportunities for yourself. Invest in your professional growth with Intellek's free training resources. This is a limited-time offer, so sign up today


Free 30-minute online event open to everyone: Meet the challenges of the disruptive future with the Positive Launchpad for Learning.   If you don’t want to be left behind by the future, if you want your team to be able to adapt and embrace change, then learning is the answer. But do your people have the best conditions to help them learn?  Join Formium Development to explore the Positive Launchpad for Learning: a set of techniques to help you enable your people to become effective learners who are able to thrive in the ever-changing future of work.  Go to:


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Dive into Digital Intelligence, Adaptability, Analytical Judgement, Social Influence, and Critical Thinking – the essential skills for success in today's workplace. Empower your learners to adopt new skills, as we equip you with the tools to navigate the evolving landscape of work with confidence and competence. Don't miss out on this opportunity to power up your skills and drive success! 5 Power Skills to Enable People Development (

 Thames Water Utilities

 For Learning at Work Week, we are running a social media campaign on our internal communications, challenging everyone to learn just one new skill to kickstart their learning journey and grow their skills.


Unlock the secrets to workplace mental health with our free webinar: A guide to mental health training for better workplace wellbeing.
Join us this Learning at Work Week for a webinar featuring essential mental health training. Learn practical strategies to recognise, support, and manage mental health at work. Explore key courses like Level 2 Mental Health Awareness, Level 3 Mental Health for Managers, Adult Mental Health First Aid, and Youth Mental Health First Aid. Plus, ask questions and engage with our team.  Join ACT for this free webinar at 11 am on Friday, May 17th. Register now!

Get to grips with sign language basics Join us Thursday 16 May for an exciting British Sign Language taster session. We have partnered with Deaf Friendly to deliver a fun and informative introduction to the world of BSL. We will introduce basic first-contact BSL, focusing on key phrases and pleasantries for use with deaf individuals. The session will be fast-paced, providing a glimpse of what a full-length BSL course has to offer. This session will be led by lecturer and deaf entrepreneur, Sarah Lawrence. Sarah owns and operates two limited companies, teaching BSL, Deaf Awareness, and effective inclusion of deaf people in employment. She also publishes the only bilingual (written and signed) magazine in the world. Register now!

We're releasing four new free courses on our learning platform. These courses are for SLTs, teachers, carers, AT (assistive Technology) specialists and other professionals looking to develop their knowledge of how AAC (augmentative and alternative communication) can support disabled people.




Power to Connect: Our first initiative involves a Job Shadow Day. Employees who would like to learn more about a particular role or department can apply to shadow someone for one day. It’s a great opportunity for employees looking to advance their careers, or make a sideways move to get some hands-on experience of what’s involved in a particular role. Job Shadow initiatives can significantly help with employee productivity and engagement and support internal mobility and retention efforts so it’s an important initiative to encourage across the group. Participants will be given a list of questions to ask and key pointers to help them get the most from their day. The second initiative is Power Hour. Between now and the end of May, employees will be invited to avail of a ‘Power Hour’,  and take one hour out of their working schedule to focus on learning something new on LinkedIn Learning. The idea is to encourage that learning mindset and drive employees to our internal L&D platform, GROW and LinkedIn Learning. Managers are encouraged to actively promote this and free up some time for those who are interested in taking part. Power to Grow: We are also recommending employees take an online course by eParachute founder Gary Bolles. Employees will learn how to develop a learning mindset, as well as strategies and tactics to ensure learning is a fun & rewarding practice that stays with you for life. And to encourage uptake we have a competition with great prizes up for grabs for anyone who completes a LinkedIn Learning course in May.




Our people are our greatest asset and we want to make sure their employee experience is a journey where they feel excited, proud, happy, and confident in their work. With 7,200 staff across multiple sites our Stay and Grow Ambassadors will be running events locally to promote and encourage Stay and Grow conversations which are all about understanding what's working well, what's important to our people, their interests, aspirations and ultimately what will engage and retain them. We also have coaching and mentoring events throughout the week , skills booster sessions and our Directors are also rolling up their sleeves and getting involved in activities they wouldn’t normally undertake, covering reception and serving in the café!




At Stewarts, we are using the theme to support our D&I strategy. We want to demonstrate the power learning has to bring teams together, to help us understand what inclusion means to individuals and the wider firm and to give people the opportunity to try something new. Learning at Work Week will offer something for everyone from learning to knit to celebrating neurodiversity at Stewarts to bridging the gap of intergenerational communications, with sessions available to both London and Leeds staff.


This May, during Learning at Work week (13-17 May), UCLan UNISON has teamed up with professional services colleagues and UCLan lecturers to give UCLan staff the opportunity to find out more about their workplace, learn something new, have some fun and develop some new skills in the process. 




We are encouraging our employees to grow their personal development by releasing over 20 new courses to our online learning platform this week for self and professional development, tying it in with Mental Health Week by releasing courses such as Mindfulness and Growth Mindset.




We have a full programme of activities taking place throughout the week, designed to empower our people with new skills and knowledge. Our journey begins on Monday with a detailed overview of our Always Learning Portal, focusing on the fantastic e-learning content we have available. Tuesday is a deep dive into our performance management system Flourish, looking at how we set personal objectives and goals. Wednesday is 'Learning Live', where we invite colleagues to join us in-person to find out more about our learning and development programmes. Thursday focuses on technology and all things AI, looking at how to use prompts with our gen-AI tool TWLitium. On Friday, we are encouraging our people to undertake proactive learning and tell us what they have done so we can share this wider with the firm. We also have additional initiatives planned from podcasts to a workshop on the psychology of learning.




Our 2024 Learning at Work Week will offer colleagues a wide range of topics and activities including:  Edinburgh History Tour, Creative Writing, RNIB Football, Royal Botanics @ Home, Memory Quilting, Face Your Fears!, Count Walrus from Space, and many more!




At PPLPRS we are taking part in our first Learning at Work Week. We have a full schedule of learning workshops, from learning to love Excel and PowerPoint to Music Therapy and Creative Thinking. Our week also includes some guest speakers, delivering workshops on Achieving your full potential and The Art of Being Brilliant. We have challenged all of our Band Members to attend a workshop and learn something new this week.


This week we are running 21 live online sessions on a variety of topics ranging from the Wildlife Trust talking about re-wilding Nottinghamshire to a British Sign Language Taster session and Holiday Spanish!  We are also using this week to promote in house programmes including The Coaching, Mentoring and Reverse Mentoring Offer at Nottinghamshire County Council, CPD and Talent Pipelines and Employee Benefits. We also have a variety of stalls and face to face pop in sessions with our Wellbeing team, Unison and Organisational Development teams.  

We are promoting our events via an intranet page and a Viva Engage channel, encouraging people to leave feedback and comments about the sessions they attended.  We recorded all of the sessions and will share links on our intranet page for people who were unable to attend the live sessions.