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Techniques to develop critical thinking

Country
Spain
Target Audience
First responders or practitionersHealth practitioners
key themes association
Prison and probationTraining
Peer Reviewed practice
No
Year
2018

Organisation

Type of Organisation: Governmental institution

Project description

The aim of the training is to provide penitentiary staff with the tools to promote critical thinking among inmates, by carrying out individual and group activities.

General information on the process of radicalisation (i.e. the role played by propaganda and manipulation) is also included.

Training is delivered by external experts in the subject.

Duration: 20 hours.

Resources: a classroom with commonly used school equipment (PC, projector, etc.) and funding for the trainers.

Deliverables

This is a face-to-face training course. The concrete outputs are to prepare prison staff for the task of promoting critical thinking among inmates.

Contact details

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