To ensure our learning and skills provision remains high quality and responsive to the offenders' needs, we have proactively engaged with a wide range of partners.
Our partners provide specialist strategic input into the delivery of our provision and give us an insight into their sector to ensure we evolve and our services remain of a high quality.
They can also deliver industry-recognised programmes within custody and support individuals ‘through the gate’ into appropriate progression opportunities.
Our partners are crucial to Novus and support our mission to improve lives and economic success through learning and skills.
We have found Novus to be enthusiastic, knowledgable and forward-thinking
Grow has found Novus to be supportive and accommodating, not just saying they want to work in partnership but actually putting it into action
Reliable, open, transparent, professional and committed, Novus is passionate about the people it works with and the services it provides
Working with Novus has without doubt demonstrated that it has a clear understanding of what the term 'partnership' means
Novus has proven to be fully committed to making real change for women in the criminal justice system
We are pleased to support Novus in reducing reoffending by working to develop employment opportunities and projects
We have found Novus to be an excellent partner
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Ministry of Justice
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