Social dialogue to advance the correctional system (Group and Tutored)

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Strategic and integrated perspective about how to prepare and how to deal with social dialogue and collective bargaining within the correctional sector

Estimated duration: 6h per week, for 15 weeks.

This course requires a pre-registration.
It refers to the management of expert tutoring and group activities.


This course focuses on social dialogue and the development of an assertive work agenda among stakeholders of correctional systems. The topics tackled during the course fall under the umbrella of leadership and negotiation, including conflict management, communication and the implementation of agreements, with a special focus on effective negotiation processes within the correctional sector, and tripartite collaboration.

Who should attend?
• Government representatives
• Prison management
• Representatives of prison officers’ Unions
• Employers

Training modality
• Live online sessions with a trainer

• A minimum of 20 participants is required to start this course.
We will make sure the groups are formed accordingly once the 20 enrolled trainees are reached.

• Certificate of completion

Total: 90h00
• Live online sessions with a trainer: 60h
• Self-study: 30h

Course brochure

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Who you’ll learn from


Tiago Leitão
Senior Manager & Board Member @IPS
Tiago Leitão is a Senior Manager and Board Member at IPS Innovative Prison Systems, CEO at Aproximar and EaSI – EuropeanAssociation for Social Innovation. Holding a Social Work degree and an MBA, Tiago has more than 15 years of professional experience as a social worker, consultant, project developer, entrepreneur and manager within the fields of social innovation, management, consultancy and social reintegration.


Adrian Neagoe
President @Prison Police (Romania)
Adrian Neagoe is the Vice President of SNPP, the largest prison policemen trade union in Romania, and President of the Romanian prison police. He manages the international relations and projects implemented by the trade union organization. Adrian holds a University degree in Sociology and an M.A. in Management. and is an experienced project manager working in the prison service for more than 20 years.


The content of this course has been developed and piloted in Belgium, Norway, Portugal and Romania, under the Itinerariul Dialog — “Social dialogue for better prisons” project, co-funded by the Norway Grants.
The course content is free to access (except any modules with restricted access due to certification requirements). The price associated with this course refers to expert tutoring and learning management system fees.