PACE provides training and education services on a pre- and post-release basis for men and women prisoners, ex-prisoners and ex-offenders.
PACE has places for 36 trainees in two different locations focussing on a wide range of areas to facilitate the trainee’s reintegration into the wider community.
PACE offers fully accredited courses along with individual programme planning for each trainee.
PACE works in partnership with a number of external agencies to ensure that the trainees are getting the best package of programmes possible.
The Training for Employment project in Santry is an education and training project dealing with up to 24 individuals at any one time.
The project works intensively with both men and women on preparing them for progression into employment or further education/training opportunities.
The project works in partnership with a wide range of external agencies to ensure that the trainees are getting the best package of programmes possible.
PACE Social Enterprise
PACE Social Enterprise is a ‘not for profit’ Enterprise with the goal of creating work experience opportunities for trainees, so that they can put into practice the new skills that they have learned at PACE.
The main goal of the Social Enterprise is to give trainees the opportunity to work in a standard work environment where timekeeping and attendance are important, where they will meet deadlines and produce high quality products.
Photos of items produced as part of the Social Enterprise programme can be viewed at the following website, put together by a recent trainee.
Contact Maggie or Brendan during office hours at 01 8427997 / 8428432 to find out more about PACE Social Enterprise.