Register or sign in now
Home > Projects > The Good Prison: Online learning and guidance
Email this page
Print this page

Members' Zone

Alex Kojo Asubonteng, Ghana Prisons Service
joined 2 days ago
Mary Devane, Ministry of Justice
joined 2 days ago
Liz Tilley, The Open University
joined 2 days ago
Sarah Speight, Univeristy of Ottawa
joined 2 days ago
John Edwards, HMPPS
joined 3 days ago

Online learning and guidance -

Values, approaches and activities for people working in prisons

Life inside prison often leaves a great deal to be desired for offenders and staff. Nonetheless, many staff are deeply committed and skilled; many governors and managers are enlightened. Some current activities and programmes for prisoners are genuinely original, inspiring and massively beneficial for offenders' dignity and resettlement and support the running of a humane institution. This FREE online course shows how staff and others working custodial institutions can engage with these aspirations in a practical way, complementing other forms of staff training and learning.

The course is still available, however it is being updated and a NEW version will be available in the autumn of 2019.


Register to continue

Hi, please tell us who you are. Registration is free and you only have to do it once.
Your no-obligation free membership* entitles you to
  • access Lemos&Crane free-to-view practitioner sites and downloads
  • access Lemos&Crane practitioner forums
  • receive Lemos&Crane practitioner information emails.

Sign in to continue

Welcome back. You can use the same password on all Lemos&Crane sites.

Registration indicates your acceptance of the site's terms of use and to receiving updates about the Lemos&Crane website and related professional information. You can unsubscribe from all emails at any time. Your details will not be shared with any third parties. Please read our Privacy and Data Protection Statement and Terms of Use.

Contact us
Read about us
Privacy and Data Protection Statement
Terms of use
Copyright © Lemos&Crane 2019