In May 2011 the Government proposed reforms to the adult offender education system with a greater emphasis on the results that education and training delivers for offenders.
Subsequently, policy and funding opportunities made available through the Work Programme, Youth Contract and apprenticeships, have further highlighted the benefits of skills and employment to rehabilitation.
But although plenty of progress has been made during financially constrained times, there is still much to be learnt in achieving best practice in the delivery of learning and skills training both within secure units and increasingly through community sentences.
View this national conference online to hear key speakers from government; the secure estate; probation; business; education and local government debate the issues and set out the strategy for offender learning.
We filmed and recorded this event so you can watch any of the presentations and download the podcasts and all the documentation presented on the day.
Our policy archive is ideal as a personal briefing tool for senior management as well as a training aid for keeping staff up-to-date.
The event archive costs just £99.00 + VAT.
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