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Commissioned by Stoke on Trent College / City Break Project, and funded by the Stoke on Trent Safer City Partnership, the report delivers several objectives.

Wider Impact delivers innovative motivational days to Sandon Business & Enterprise College students at risk of under achieving at GCSE examinations.

Building on previous experiences of supporting young people, Wider Impact is delighted to accept a commission from Sandon Business & Enterprise College to deliver a series of Workshops aimed at building the confidence and skills of young students.

Wider Impact praised at the highest levels.

Posted by Edwin Categories: Community, Crime, Youth Published January 8, 2011

We are delighted to start the New Year with knowledge that our work is making a difference and impacting on National policy. As the below testimonials demonstrate:

I am delighted to draw your attention to the Association of Chief Police Officers & The Youth Justice Board report: The YOT Police Officer Review and Role Development.

Wider Impact has been commissioned by Stoke on Trent College to carry out research into understanding offender’s education, training and employment needs and opportunities to support the development of initiatives to enhance offenders’ ability to enter the Labour Market.

Wider Impact Consultancy, Edwin Lewis