Employability skills are embedded within our training courses
All students who have successfully completed one of our training and education courses will join our life skills programme as they near their release date. Our life skills team will work with them on preparing their CVs, on their presentation and interview skills, and establishing their long-term employment pathway. They will also ensure that the students have all the necessary documentation and disclosure letters necessary for employment on their release.
Having successfully completed their work experience, we will continue to support each student to secure their first full-time job via our pathway partner Training 360 Ltd. We will maximise their chances of sustaining employment by offering twelve months of support and advice.
And if they change their mind and want to pursue a different career path, we will still be there for them, offering advice, and helping them find alternative training, qualifications, funding and grants.
Release on a temporary licence (ROTL) can play an important part in helping young adult offenders to prepare for release and can dramatically reduce the rates of re-offending. It is an essential bridge between custody and release, allowing them to gradually integrate back into society. In 99.9% of cases, ROTL was completed successfully in 2018.
The AP Foundation has already established links with potential employers who will provide four-week work placements for students who have successfully completed one of our media courses, as a first step towards full employment.
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