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Aim of the project
Develop, test and set in place a working methodology for starting or improving the career guidance process in the criminal correctional justice (CCJ), focusing on the competencies needed to manage own career. This will be done with direct end user involvement (prison staff), employers (prison administrations), work place (prison), further training (companies and NGOs)
Put on the European public agenda the need of a structured and guided approach to career management in prison system, starting with the involvement of the direct interested parties. This will be done with direct involvement of prison administrations, trade unions and international professional bodies.
An understanding of the context within which decisions are made for policy and practice for the main topic areas: importance of adapting adult education to the special context of justice and specific professionalization of career management inside the justice system.
A “current situation” paper structured common report relevant at European level highlighting the challenges of delivering career guidance in the justice context
European profile of specific competencies for career management when working in corrections
Training on how to use structured public hearing in order to influence the public agenda. So all the knowledge gathered from the community, using the previous method, will be put to good use in influencing the public policy agenda using the tools of the public hearing
Structured public hearings organised in each partner county. This is a highly unique method adapted for the public hearings used in Parliaments, but with a much more clear structure, roles and results, bringing the event from the legislative forum into the local community.
Baltic Education Technology Institute (BETI)
IPS Innovative Prison Systems
International Centre for the Promotion of Education and Development
Stichting foundation ICPA Office in Europe
General Directorate of Prisons and Detention Houses
Centrul Pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente – CPIP
The National Trade Union of Prison Policemen (SNPP)
Bremen Ministry of Justice and Constitution
For more information visit: www.careersincorrections.com
Published on 3 July 2020