Liverpool Hope University
Liverpool Hope University
Set on our Hope Park Campus, students will have the chance to engage in some key issues within the field including the prison systems and social class. To book a place please contact Andrew Cooper on 0151 291 3111. at Liverpool Hope University

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Criminology & Sociology subject conference

University event offered by Liverpool Hope University

Event Summary:

Set on our Hope Park Campus, students will have the chance to engage in some key issues within the field including the prison systems and social class. To book a place please contact Andrew Cooper on 0151 291 3111.

Full Event Details:

We are delighted to invite you and your Level 3 Psychology students to our Criminology & Sociology Subject Conference. This free conference is designed to supplement your students’ current or future studies by focusing on two areas of specialism at Liverpool Hope University.

These conferences will be taking place on:
Wednesday 28th January 2015
From 2pm – 4.30pm at our Hope Park Campus, Hope Park, Liverpool, L16 9JD.

The schedule for the day is as follows:
1.30pm – 2pm Arrival at Hope. The Conference will begin promptly at 2pm.

2pm – 2.15pm Welcome to Liverpool Hope and our Social Science courses.

2.15pm – 3.15pm Criminology: A Prison System in Crisis
Recent comments by the Justice Secretary Chris Grayling have denied that England and Wales’s prison system is in a state of crisis despite a spate of recent reports highlighting increases in levels of violence and self-inflicted deaths, cuts to staff numbers and a series of damning inspections. This talk will assess the facts and argue for a radical change to the system. There will also be a particular focus on the situation for women prisoners.

3.15pm – 4.15pm Sociology: 'What social class are you?' Exploring Class in 21st Century Britain
In this session students will learn about wider changes in British society affecting the nature of social class. For example, is social class still relevant in 21st British society? If so, how is it measured and what do changes in employment patterns and the types of jobs people are engaged in today mean for the class structure of British society? These issues, and many others, will provide the focus for this session. Please bring along your smart phone, tablet device or laptop computer if you have one, as the session will incorporate some interactive activities designed to stimulate your thinking and engagement with the material covered.

4.15pm – 4.30pm Closing Address and Q & A
4.30pm Depart Hope

If you or any of your students would like to attend the conference or you have any questions please email Andrew Cooper, Recruitment Officer, at [email protected] or call 0151 291 3111 by Wednesday 21st January 2015. Early booking is advised.

Suitable For:

Bookings by Teachers for Key Stage 5 (Students aged 16-18)
Individuals (Enquiry not required to be through a school)

Duration:

Half Day

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Minimum number of students:

1

Institution Profile:

Here at Liverpool Hope University, our outreach team are committed to widening participation and raising aspirations of young people to maximise their potential.

We offer a wide variety of student recruitment activities, events and workshops that cater for young people from year 7 to year 13 to support them in considering university as a pathway to their future.

Working with schools across the UK and beyond, we aim to develop school-university partnerships to support the recruitment and attainment of learners at Liverpool Hope by supporting students on their journey to university.

We run practical sessions covering topics such as:

- UCAS and Personal Statements
- Student Finance
- Time Management
- Budgeting
- Why Go to University
- Personal and Life Skills
- Study Skills
- Subject Tasters

The team can deliver our interactive presentations and workshops at your school/college or, alternatively, students can be brought to one of our beautiful campuses to experience what it is like to be a student.

Our Student Recruitment team with students, teachers and careers advisers deliver impartial information, advice and guidance showcasing the benefits of university.

Our aim is to inspire young minds, increase engagement of learners in our local and wider community and to increase access to higher education for all.




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