Customer Stories

Peter completes exams in prison

“I have confidence in knowing I have a much better chance of securing employment and provide for my family.”

31 January 2018|Number of views (760)

Peter was convicted while he was retraining to be an electrician. Halfway through his training, Peter was concerned his qualifications would become invalid if he did not complete the course. 


Andrew gains new skills in custody

"I have been helped to make the best out of a difficult situation and to remain motivated as well as being given some additional skills for the future.” 

31 January 2018|Number of views (767)

Andrew met with the National Careers Service In Custody when his circumstances changed.  He decided he had to re-evaluate his situation and look at ways to gain skills that he could use in the future as well as maintaining his work ethic. 


Kegan* learns how to use his transferrable skills to get a job while on probation

"The National Careers Service has enabled me to gain employment and better equipped me to have the confidence to apply for roles."

17 October 2016|Number of views (1839)
Kegan* was unemployed after servicing a sentence in prison. He was referred to the National Careers Service by his probation manager in Willesdon.

Sal has interviews within eight weeks of release from prison

"These are good people and more importantly they understand the difficulties of securing employment once you have a criminal record."

17 October 2016|Number of views (1869)

Sal first contacted the National Careers Service In Custody service. Soon after his release from prison he made contact again with the National Careers Service in community.


From Prison to PhD for Adrian

09 July 2015|Number of views (2394)
Prospects are the prime contractor for the National Careers In Custody Service in the West Midlands and first met Adrian* when he was in custody.

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