Innovation, Development and Communication For a Better
Education in the Prison System (IDECOM)
The project “Innovation, Development and Communication for a better education in the Prison System” 2014-1-RO01-KA204-002936 (IDECOM) is a strategic partnership for adult education, financed by the European Commission under the Erasmus+ program.
The strategic partnership contains eight partners from five countries:
The aim of the IDECOM project is the development and testing of new educational methods in the training of prison staff covering transversal skills like: communication, teamwork competences, ICT, innovation and entrepreneurship.
In the end, the most important expected results of this project will be:
”Communication, ICT and Teamwork Competencies in Prison”,
”Develop Prison Staffs’ Innovation” and ”Entrepreneurship for Prison Staff”
The training program is established under three headings that are planned for staff. One of the curriculum which is the National training course named “Innovation” is completed at Ankara Staff Training Center (ASTC) between the dates of 23-27 May 2016 with the participation of 12 staff. Under Project, 9 of the 12 staff who attended to national training course participated in transnational training course between the dates of 17-21 October 2016 in Portugal.
National training course named “Entrepreneurship” is completed between the dates of 26-30 September 2016 at ASTC with the participation of 12 staff. The 9 of the 12 staff who attended to national training course will be participated in transnational short- term training on April 2017 in Romania.
National Training Course named “Teamwork, Information and Communication Technology” will be completed on November 2016 at ASTC with the participation of 12 staff. With the participation of 9 staff from 3 partner countries, this transnational short term training course will be performed until May 2017 in Turkey.
After completing national training courses and transnational short term training courses, the manuals will be published for each curriculum and then every partner country will translate the manuals in their own languages.
It is foreseen that the Project will end on August 2015, the international conference will be conducted in Timisoara, Romania for introduction of Project activities and outputs