3750 words paper on the topic Leading an Offender Learning Revolution. The research will also look into the way in which the government can empower community probation program in order to make it more effective like the correction program used in prisons. The aim of this proposal is to develop a commercially sustainable management model for the delivery of value-added education to offenders in the community probation program. This research will be carried out using the survey design in which case study of correction institution will be used. The sample size will be selected using random sampling and a sample of 5 correction officials, and 10 offenders from each institution will be interviewed. A question will be used as the main data collection tool. Secondary data will be corrected from the review of different literature that has been written on this issue. Data will be analyzed using simple data analysis tools.
How can current theories in Leadership and Management help develop a commercially viable and sustainable adult education delivery model? Specifically focusing on the growing market of low skilled adults who are sentenced to community-based punishment and rehabilitation orders in the East of England probation areas.
The hypothesis is that offender learning in the community is not as developed as it is in the prisons, and with the growing trend of community-based sentencing, this issue needs to be sorted if the government are ever going to lower conviction rates.
The overall research aim of this proposal is to develop a commercially sustainable management model for the delivery of value-added education to offenders, who are serving a community-based punishment order.
The preliminary research aims of this proposal are to undertake both qualitative and quantitative examination of the needs and goals of the different power structures in community-based .offender adult education, truly identifying what “value-added?” means to each group.