For National Apprenticeship Week, Amy Taaffe-Evans (Head of IT Controls, Strategy & Enablement) shares the importance of apprentices within the digital profession, particularly at DVLA.
Jodie Lewis, an IT Business Analyst (BA), tells us about her career development at DVLA, from PA to Business Analyst.
Our User Experience (UX) team help us to improve online services for our users when they transact with DVLA. Dan Williamson, User Research Lead, explains more about user testing at DVLA.
James Harrison Morgan started DVLA’s Masters Level Apprenticeship Programme back in September 2018. James explains how DVLA’s induction process helped him settle into his new role.
DVLA has come up with a series of initiatives to encourage more IT experts of the future, with a particular focus on girls. Capability and Talent Development Lead, Karen Clark, tells us more.
DVLA’s new Information Technology Services (ITS) waste contract allows all our old IT equipment, from laptops to toner cartridges and everything in between, to be resold, reused or recycled. Lynwen Tipler, ITS, explains more.
It’s not fair on law-abiding motorists who tax their vehicles, when others don’t. This is why DVLA works all year round to tackle untaxed vehicles in the UK.
Elaine Rees, National Enforcement Manager, explains more about her team’s role in tackling those who evade tax.
Rachel Phillips has stepped into an exciting role heading up our award-winning contact centre. Here Rachel explains what it’s like to be in charge of the largest single site contact centre in government.
We've just completed the first end of module assessment for our Business Analysis Development Programme. So it seems a good time to look back at how the first group have settled in. Gary Young, Head of Business Analysis tells us more.
One of our training programmes has been recognised with a prestigious Princess Royal Training Award. Deborah Nicholas, Leadership and Development Training Manager, accepted our award at St James’s Palace along with her colleagues. Here she tells us more about her day.
Programming is widely recognised as an essential skill for generations to come. Amy Taaffe-Evans, who heads up our IT Capability & Talent Development team, explains how DVLA’s local school hosting days are helping children develop the skills they will need for the future.