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Enhancing Science and Engineering Capability: A Year of the GSE Awareness Courses

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As we approach the one-year anniversary of the GSE Awareness Level Courses, we reflect on the impact they’ve had in shaping science and engineering capability across government. Your feedback has been instrumental in improving these courses, and we’re excited to …

Why the GSE Skills Assessment Tool is a must-have for your development

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What is the GSE Skills Assessment Tool?  The GSE Skills Assessment Tool is a professional development web-based tool which allows you to track the skills required for your GSE career, and access tailored learning opportunities. GSE Skills Assessment Tool in …

Chemistry Week 2023: Chemistry making the world a better place

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What do the Scientific Adviser, Private Secretary and Regulatory Scientist we spoke to all have in common? They all studied chemistry, and work across government. Taking place from 5 - 11 November, Chemistry Week is a celebration of the chemical …

Recognising your excellence: A recap of the GSE Professional Recognition Week

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GSE Professional Recognition Week The GSE Professional Recognition Week has come to an end, thank you so much to all who attended. Professional Recognition Week provided a space to introduce the GSE Professional Recognition Offer to our GSE Members who …

Professional Recognition – Is it for you?

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What is GSE Professional Recognition?  Professional recognition provides acknowledgement of your skills by obtaining internationally recognised status through joining a community of professional scientists and engineers. The Government Science and Engineering (GSE) Profession considers professional recognition as any form of …