Located in Birmingham, Beating Time isn't just a charity, it's a heart-thumping rhythm for vulnerable young people. It's main activities cover the following rehabilitation programmes, with Inside Job charting employment for ex-offenders. * Music as a lifeline: Beating Time uses music as a powerful tool...
Employment resources for ex-offenders in the UK
Join one of London's most renowned bakeries in a dynamic team setup earning the London Living Wage+.
HMPPS launches service to help employers fill skills gaps using ex-offender talent.
Chalk Farm Social Enterprise Luminary Bakery provide employment support to women and ex-offenders.
Family-owned business Timpson train and hire ex-offenders, providing robust pathways to employment.
Halfords employ across the UK, friendly to ex-offenders and advocates of paying for staff learning.
Landworks is a Dartington, Devon charity that provides practical training and support to ex-offenders and people with mental health or addiction issues through horticultural and land-based activities. The program helps individuals to develop practical skills and work experience while also improving their mental health and wellbeing. Here are some specific...
A new report published by the Sustainable Food Trust’s Harmony Project in December recommends that prisons in the UK should provide more opportunities for inmates to connect with the natural world and growing gardens to support their rehabilitation. “An Action Plan for Greener Prisons” draws on research which indicates...
In October, the New Futures Network (NFN) published its “Employing prisoners and ex-offenders” guide on behalf of the HMPSS.