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EISALP project partners meeting

EISALP meeting: Developing prison education throughout Europe

Partners ofEISALP: European Induction Support for Adult Learning Professionals to the Correctional Criminal Justice Systemmeet in Lisbon.

o EISALP project is set from the principle of finding out what it is that a prison educator has to do that is different or over and above what teachers in other areas of lifelong learning sectors have to do. It is clear that the challenges of an “outside” adult learning professional coming to work in the correctional criminal justice system are high. The learning environment is unique and challenging.

The EISALP project aims to develop a European key competency profile for adult learning professionals working in correctional criminal justice system; develop modular, tailor-made induction support for adult learning professionals working in correctional criminal justice system, based on the previously developed European key competency profile; improving the management of adult education professionals through measures to develop the learning dimension of the correctional criminal justice system in the partner countries; mainstream the induction support and its components in correctional criminal justice system.

Transnational partners include:
– CPIP – Centrul Pentru Promovarea Invatarii Permanente, Roménia
CFSOPenitenciarul Arad – Centrul De Formare A Ofiterilor, Roménia
REPER21European Network for the Promotion of a Responsible Economy, Roménia
EPEAEuropean Prison Education Association, Malta
CCFCorradino Correctional Facility, Malta
– Sistemas prisionais IPS_Innovative, Portugal
ANJAFAssociação Nacional para a Acção Familiar, Portugal
PRO-ECO svetovanje in storitve na področju upravljanja z okolj, Eslovénia
CIK TrebnjeCenter za izobraževanje in kulturo Trebnje, Eslovénia
– VOZ DE USUÁRIO, Reino Unido
LIFELearning Initiatives for Employment CIC, Reino Unido

 

Interested in knowing more the about the EISALP project?
Visit its page and/or drop us an e-mail at ips@prisonsystems.eu