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With effect from 1st April 2018 access to the NOS finder will no longer form part of any new or existing Skills for Justice membership offer. We are currently reviewing our on-line tools and are exploring alternative ways of providing this resource. While this work is ongoing we will not be investing any significant resources in NOS finder but will continue to undertake minimal maintenance and updates.

All organisations and users who currently have access to NOS finder will continue to do so – although we would point out that the service may be restricted at times. Alternatively, the link to the national NOS database follows:

If you would like to discuss access to NOS finder or any other SFH/SFJ product, please contact the following relevant Regional Director:

Name Email Region
Rob KinnersleyRob.Kinnersley@wdtrust.org.ukStrategic Client Director
Chris WilliamsChris.Williams@wdtrust.org.ukWest Midlands & North Wales
Mark PridmoreMark.Pridmore@wdtrust.org.ukEast Midlands & East of England
Richard BeveridgeRichard.Beveridge@wdtrust.org.ukNorth West England
Jonathan CzulJonathan.Czul@wdtrust.org.ukSouth West & South Wales
Jim MoranJim.Moran@wdtrust.org.ukGreater London
Anne ClarkeAnne.Clarke@wdtrust.org.ukSouth East England
Anne MackintoshAnne.Mackintosh@wdtrust.org.ukNorth East, Yorkshire & Humberside

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