In our second blog to celebrate Learning at Work Week 2022 (LaWW), we look at why learning at work is so important to the Insolvency Service and what activities took place during LaWW.
Working for the Insolvency Service
To mark Learning at Work Week 2022, a couple of our Official Receivers write about the difficult task of achieving the Joint Insolvency Examination Board (JIEB) qualification.
As part of the Insolvency Service’s Diversity and Inclusion strategy, our Women’s Network Group has teamed up with our technology department, Digital Technology Services (DTS), on this update to celebrate International Girls in ICT Day.
Rukhi joined the civil service 25 years ago, in this blog Rukhi describes her career to date, life as a Senior Coordinator, how the Insolvency Service is a great place to work, and how she will be celebrating Ramadan.
James joined the Insolvency Service as an apprentice, and is now a Support Officer in our Investigation and Enforcement service. Read James's blog as he charts his move from apprentices to assisting in the investigation of a company director.
Lisa, one of our financial investigators, writes about using her volunteering time allowance to work at her local foodbank.
For National Inclusion Week 2021, Birmingham-based Mohammed writes about being a business analyst at the Insolvency Service and writes about his work on the agency's new strategy.
One of our new apprentices, James, writes about his experiences of working at the Insolvency Service while completing his apprenticeship.