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This year the National Criminal Justice Arts Alliance (NCJAA) will be working in partnership with the Royal Literary Fund to deliver free writing development training for individuals and organisations delivering arts-based services and projects in the criminal justice system.
A case study tells the story of a person, group or event. It is a structured approach to exploring ideas, explaining situations, demonstrating learning, reporting progress or celebrating your organisation’s success and the benefits for individuals, communities and other stakeholders. Case studies can also be useful for marketing and research.
This online training programme will help you to consider the following:
Issues of structure
Key elements of a case study (introduction, context, needs, description of intervention(s), outcomes and benefits)
Tone and style for different audiences (funders, other stakeholders and organisations, individuals, families and broader community)
Self-editing and proofreading.
To attend these free training sessions you must meet either criteria 1 and 3; or criteria 2 and 3 below:
Work or volunteer for an arts-specialist organisation currently delivering arts-based services in the criminal justice system.
Lead arts-based services or projects within the criminal justice system.
For more information about the whole training programme please click here.
To maximise inclusion and attendance, all workshops in this programme will be delivered online, via Zoom.
Terms and conditions
Privacy and security
This event will be conducted through Zoom, an online meeting platform. As security and privacy is important to us, we’re adapting our procedures in line with the latest security guidance from Zoom. We have:
Implemented the latest security functions as standard, including requiring registration, passwords and waiting rooms.
Made sure all delegates login and book through the Clinks website, so everyone identifies themselves.
Ask delegates to follow housekeeping rules. Any unwanted behaviour will result in delegates being removed from meetings.