ODP Engage is our new and exclusive online event; a week packed with inspiring and useful content that celebrates all things ODP. We’ll show you what being a part of the Operational Delivery Profession has to offer you along with stories from colleagues that illustrate why you can be #ProudToBeODP.

During the week we’ll share a wealth of exciting online content including video stories, social media posts, colleague blogs, tips for career development success and more. You can get involved too, by taking part in interactive Q and A sessions!

Monday kicks off with a special introductory message from Peter Schofield, Operational Delivery Head of Profession and Permanent Secretary for the Department of Work and Pensions.

Day One’s highlights also include another chance to experience our highly praised session at this year’s virtual Civil Service Live event, and a useful ‘Getting to Know ODP’ session.

From Tuesday to Friday we’ll focus on each of the four ODP offers, respectively: Development, Community, Progression and Response. Over these four days our line-up of special guest speakers will present personal stories, information and tips to help you with everything from legal awareness to developing your own career.

You can be among the first to hear about the launch of a brand-new Learning and Development tool. And you can also discover the fascinating work of HM Revenue and Customs’ Surge and Rapid Response Team and learn how ODP colleagues across government have risen to the challenge of the coronavirus pandemic.

Oh, and one last thing; during the week we’ll be making a very special announcement about something super-exciting that we have in the pipeline. Stay tuned…

None of ODP’s remarkable achievements would be possible without you, so come and be a part of ODP Engage 2020 – we promise you won’t want to miss it!

Register here

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