Fusion 21
Reducing Re-offending

Reducing Re-offending

Working with inmates, ex-offenders and young people to tackle social exclusion through a range of initiatives and training programmes aimed at reducing reoffending.

Our records indicate that more than 300 people who have backgrounds in offending have secured employment through our various programmes. The inclusive approach of our schemes has always helped to target some of those groups deemed most hard to reach

Construction Academy

Fusion21 have delivered a range of construction related courses with inmates across various prisons. We have the trainers and structure in place to effectively work with inmates to enable them to obtain vital qualifications. The qualifications inmates obtain are aimed to ensure they are better placed to secure employment upon release.

Our Construction Academy workshops are currently operating in HMP Liverpool & HMP Haverigg , working in partnership with Manchester College and the Prison Service, we are providing inmates with the opportunity to gain valuable work based qualifications.

The Construction Academy helps inmates to obtain an NVQ Level 1 in Construction whilst learning practical skills. Upon release Fusion21 offer inmates a ‘through the gate’ approach by supporting them in achieving other qualifications and finding employment.