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Research and analysis

Using radio prison to improve employability and communication skills

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Ofsted good practice example showing how HMP & YOI Styal uses prison radio to raise confidence.

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HMP YOI Styal - radio - good practice example.doc

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Prisoners at HMP & YOI Styal acquire radio broadcasting knowledge, skills and accreditation that provide an excellent foundation for further training or employment. They also develop a range of transferable skills and improve their self-confidence, self-assurance and personal effectiveness.