PET launches new Course Prospectus for 2021-22

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08 July 2021

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We’re delighted to share with you the new Prisoners’ Education Trust Course Prospectus 2021-2022!

Based on feedback from learners, prison and education staff, and the expert advice team here at PET, we’ve improved and refreshed our prospectus and now offer over 120 courses to people in prison.

The new prospectus includes: 

  • Information on all our short courses, GCSEs and A-levels, Open University Access modules and professional courses
  • An interactive contents page and course index
  • Help choosing the right course and level
  • A step-by-step guide to making a course application
  • An outline of the support available from PET, prisons and course providers.
Download our new Course Prospectus here

We’ve listened to our learners and brought on board a range of new courses, ensuring they’re high quality, up-to-date and fully accessible to people in prison.

Some of our new courses include Learning to Draw, An Introduction to Warehousing and Logistics, and Understanding Coaching and Mentoring. We now also offer a number of health and social care courses, as well as several focusing on project management.

Our prospectus is one of the best ways we can inspire people in prison to start their studies, explore new interests and achieve recognised qualifications. That’s why we’ve sent printed copies to every prison in England and Wales for people to read in their library or education department.

Let us know what you think

We’d love to hear what you think about PET’s new prospectus and the courses we offer. Your views really matter to us and can help us improve our support.

Get in touch at or call us on 020 3752 5680

We need your support to meet the growing demand for education in prison. Education is so much more than receiving a qualification, it can give people hope, purpose and motivation to turn their life around. Make a donation here.

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