PEER MENTORING PROGRAMME FOR PRISON STAFF
M4Pris aims to provide prison staff with a state-of-the-art peer mentoring programme to tackle:
- mental health issues;
- job burnout, and
- job-related stress.
The project presents an innovative and cost-effective way to prison staff training, driven by a green training methodology through the delivery of a blended format training, with ramifications and benefits to the Criminal Justice System as a whole, given the cornerstone importance of prison personnel for inmate’s rehabilitation and successful daily management of prisons.
– A state of the art review in the area of peer mentoring of prison staff.
– Creation and implementation of mentors’ training.
– Create, pilot, and fine-tune a peer mentoring programme for prison staff and a training for Prison Staff Mentors.
– Enhance the capability of project partners to create new knowledge, and embody it in their products, services, and systems.
– Stimulate initiatives for policy innovation and development among criminal justice stakeholders.
- Mapping the Needs of Prison Staff
- Training of Mentors
- Peer – Mentoring Programme for Prison Staff
Aproximar-Cooperativa de Solidariedade Social, CRL (Portugal)
Fængselsforbundet – Danish Prison Federation (Denmark)
Sindicatul National al Politistilor de Penitenciare (Romania)
Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium)
Asociatia Vis Juventum (Romania)
Athens Lifelong Learning Institute (Greece)
Erasmus +, Key Action 02