I worked with some very dedicated caring people on the front line. Management, what there was was a completely separate issue, non existant, hiding away and compiling numbers. That is what Nacro has become,an exercise for managements to form fill in order to secure funding. I worked with colleagues in near Dickensian conditions, no hot water, no rest area, no decent washing facilities, toilets shared with another company on site, no adequate vetillaton and more dust than you could imagine, even in the class room. Never did I hear our learners mentioned at 'management staff meetings' It was all funding funding funding. We , my colleagues and I sourced materials and safety wear to save Nacro money, worked beyond our hours....thanks ...none.A very questionable organisation, not a charity in my view, a business with very well paid senior management at the expense of those dedicated stressed out foot soldiers trying to turn lives around. Not really worth a star.
Chaotic/non management/ no Health and Safety support