What is it like teaching in prisons? What skills are needed? What are the rewards of the job? Find out here.
Shelter staff across HLNY share cases to demonstrate some of the things their Resettlement roles can involve.
Read stories from the young people at Rainsbrook as they share how their lives have been positively impacted.
As a victim, 'Samantha' felt that Restorative Justice was the only way to move on from the crime.
'Jessica's' story is just one example of how CRCs help people take steps towards rebuilding their lives.
When Stephen first arrived at HMP Lindholme he had never had any education nor any form of employment.
Rebecca could not read when she first arrived at HMP Low Newton and had not completed any formal education.
Before Sam was sent to HMP New Hall she had never turned on a computer, but support from Novus changed that.
A Shelter case report depicts the support they give their Clients. Learn more about working in Offender Resettlement.
Shelter shares a recent case report to demonstrate what their work in Offender Resettlement involves on a daily basis.
Graphic design students at HMP Coldingley were recently given the chance to redesign the Milton Keynes OLASS logo.
BITC is calling on UK employers to rethink how they treat young job seekers with criminal convictions.
While in custody, Academy learner, Lawrence White, successfully passed the Timpson Academy course.
Greggs Academy learner, Laura, became the first learner to be given a senior job role in Greggs, straight after release.
While serving his sentence, Mark successfully participated in the Premier Inn Employment Academy within the prison.
Arriving at HMPYOI Glen Parva, Daniel had hit rock bottom, but was determined to attend all courses on offer to him.
Many Young Offenders entering prison for the first time find the adjustment hard; for Kyle, this challenge was too much.
Ben left HMPYOI Glen Parva with an interest in the hospitality industry thanks to a Catering course.
A Novus learner has all the right ingredients for a successful career after landing a job as a chef at Wagamama.
Sarah struggled with education and her mental health, but prison courses gave her a chance for a new future.
A Novus learner is now leading a successful career as a Building Services Manager and is in his second year of a HNC.
'Barry' explains why offender education is so important to him and how it helped him turn his life around.
How a Dragon's Den event made 'Ahmed' learn new skills and start to be more positive about life.
Several Novus’ resettlement teams have partnered with Strive as part of a range of resettlement interventions.
A former learner has thanked Novus after a new scheme got her back into work when she was released.
A Novus learner is writing a diary about his prison experiences and hopes to get it published when he is released.
John, a Shelter Peer Mentor, discusses his experiences of working as a Peer Mentor and how it has helped him.
As a peer advisor for Shelter, Rena plays an important role signposting new arrivals to the right support.
David has been a Shelter volunteer for the last ten months. He explains the difference it has made to him and others.
What it is like to work in Offender Resettlement? Staff at Shelter answer your questions about working in resettlement.
Amanda Price started at Novus as an Administrator and has progressed to become a Peer Mentor Tutor based at HMP Onley.
Thinking about working as a Functional Skills Tutor? Nigel, a Functional Maths Tutor with Novus, shares his experiences.
Pam Fricker, an Education Manager, joined Novus two years ago after 24 years working in FE. Read her story here.