The PCA Annual conference is a two day event open to all PCA members and external stakeholders. There is a mixture of plenary sessions and workshops that address the key issues faced by probation and offers an opportunity to hear about the work of the PCA and other trusts. The conference also presents an important opportunity for probation staff and stakeholders to meet and share experiences and best practice.
The PCA and PA are sponsoring a workshop on “Developing Professionalisation in Probation Services workshop programme” on 15 June at Fort Dunlop, Birmingham, to discuss an issue of critical importance to the delivery of probation work in the future. The objective of the workshop is to consider the case and help develop options for the establishment of a professional register and the development of a professional framework. It is aimed at CEOs Board Chairs and members, and senior leaders.
The event is free to attend but the enclosed nomination form needs to be completed and returned by 1st June, 2012. Please respond to Irene Doyle, LAURUS Administrator: e-mail: email@example.com ; Phone: 0151 526 1346
Space is limited so please apply early to avoid disappointment.
PCA Chair Sue Hall repudiates a misleading headline in the Times, ‘Fears for Public Safety as Probation Rules are Eased’, published (7 March), that accompanied an article about the easing of highly prescriptive national standards upon the probation service.