The PLA 2020 Conference: The Future of Prison Education

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18 August 2020

PLA conference

We are delighted to invite you to PLA’s upcoming, virtual half-day webinar on Tuesday 8th September. During the conference, we will explore what we want prison education to look like during this period of change and in the future.

Sign up for the PLA conference here

We look forward to  hearing from an excellent line up of speakers including Keynote Speaker Sarah Fitzgerald, Head of Education Quality, HMPPS; workshops by WayOut TV, Safe Ground, Angela Sanders, CCConsulting, Education and Training Foundation (ETF) and Sero Consulting; and a panel discussion on Next Steps for Prison Education.

We would love to see you there and invite you to share this invitation with any colleagues who might also be interested. If you have any questions about the event, please get in touch with Helena.

Outline and workshops

You are welcome to attend for the all or individual parts of the conference.

10:00 – 10:30 – Keynote speech by Sarah Fitzgerald, Head of Education Quality, HMPPS

10:30 – 10:55 – Break-out sessions –
How can we support the delivery of prison education post-Covid?

10:55 – 11:10 – Break

11:10 – 12:15 – Workshops

12:15 – 13:00  Panel discussion, ‘Next steps for prison education’

During the conference, you will be able to attend workshops by…

  • Essential Digital Skills development (Sero Consulting/ETF) – supporting trainers to deliver the new digital skills qualification
  • Inclusion in secure estates for neurodiverse / SEND residents(CCConsultancy/ETF) exploring support and resources which have been developed for those with special educational needs and disabilities
  • Leadership in Prison Education: Meeting the challenges of the new system (Angela Sanders) – exploring the findings of PLA’s recent report on PLA’s recent reprot funded by the Further Education Trust for Leadership
  • Letter writing for self-reflection, creative expression and communication (Safe Ground) – exploring how we can support and incorporate letter-writing in
  • In-cell TV channels for communication and education (WayOut TV) – exploring how WayOut has supported education during the lockdown
Find out more about the workshops here

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