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Electronic Platform for Adult Learning in Europe

 
 

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Prison Education and its professionals - The portrait of a prison educator

Posted by Mari Cecilia Toma 1 year 10 months ago

Wednesday 24 February 2016 to Thursday 25 February 2016
Timisoara
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EIS-ALP (European Induction Support for Adult Learning Professionals) partnership is happy to announce the final project conference to take place in Timisoara, Romania on the 24th of February 2016. The event will be under the coordination of the Centre for Promoting Lifelong learning, Romania, leader of EISALP Project. 

At the conference we will present the partnership and developed tools, but the focus will be on 4 interactive round tables debating major challenges faced when delivering prison education:

  • what is the “portrait” of the educator equipped to deliver education in prison;
  • how the rules and regulations of the prison setting affect the quality of the education act
  • delivering in a communication “challenged” environment and for communication “challenged” beneficiaries;
  • building a team focused on education in a prison environment.

The conference will be followed by two day training for educators, introducing them to the prison learning concept, using 4 of the piloted modules developed within the EISALP project.

For more information please contact the project leaders at contact@cpip.ro

The project has been funded with support from the European Commission.

Event language(s):
Event type: 
Conference
Attending fee: 
No
Registration deadline: 
18/02/2016
Online event: 
No
Organised by: 
Centre for Promoting Lifelong learning, Romania, leader of EISALP Project
Contact details: 
contact@cpip.ro
Number of delegates: 
< 100
Theme addressed:
Aims and objectives: 
At the conference there will be presented the partnership and developed tools, but the focus will be on 4 interactive round tables debating major challenges faced when delivering prison education: - what is the “portrait” of the educator equipped to deliver education in prison; - how the rules and regulations of the prison setting affect the quality of the education act - delivering in a communication “challenged” environment and for communication “challenged” beneficiaries;
Expected (learning) outcomes: 
The conference will be followed by two day training for educators, introducing them to the prison learning concept, using 4 of the piloted modules developed within the EISALP project.
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