HMYOI Brinford, Work and Education

Work and Education

The education department is extensive with over 30 full-time, 30 part-time teaching staff and 14 full-time learning support assistants.  The education department operates 5 days a week and it open to student for 6 hours a day. The educational courses are provided by Milton Keynes College  and include:

  • Literacy/Numeracy (Pre entry, Entry Level, Level 1 and 2)
  • Social & Life Skills (Entry Level, Level 1 and 2)
  • Key Skills – Communication & Application of Number
  • ESOL
  • Practical Crafts
  • Visual Art
  • Cookery
  • IT
  • Painting & Decorating
  • Woodwork
  • Horticulture
  • Cleaning Science
  • Music.

The environment is good and is in 3 units and the prison is introducing courses in plastering and tiling, Media, Radio, Business Skills, Carpentry, Bricklaying and mentoring.


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4 thoughts on “HMYOI Brinford, Work and Education”

  1. Hiya do you have a direct email address? As im looking to do some voluntary work if possible.
    Thanks Amiee

    • Hi,
      We are an independent web site, with no connections to Brinford. I suggest you call the prison’s main switchboard and talk to the Head of Education who may be able to help you. You can get the phone number from the web site. Failing that contact their visitors centre, which are often run by volunteers. If that route isnt of interest to you your next stop could be the IMB at Brinsford. IMB’s throughout the country are looking for new recruits, and depending upon yoour experience and background this may be of interest to you.

      Good Luck


  2. Sorry I just sent a message and it looks like my email address was wrong as I looked back, so I have corrected it. I was enquiringly about a bricklaying tutor job


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