EEPM Study - How it works
FACILITATOR Local volunteer or chaplain’s inmate assistant; setup and coordinate training using video lectures, audio and visual aids. Class time is 1-1/5 to 2 hours.
STUDY TEAMS two students working together.
HOMEWORK Each week there are assignments in reading, memory work, and role playing solutions to various life situations encountered in prison and society.
REPORT TIME weekly progress reporting.
PRAYER & DEVOTION weekly study assignments
FINAL CHECKUP At the completion of each course study, the student will be administered a checkup. When the completed checkup meets EEPM graduation criteria, the student will receive a course completion certificate. Upon request, a college credit certificate will be sent to the desired college institution for approval of up to 6 credit hours.
ALL MATERIALS WILL BE PROVIDED FREE OF CHARGE, TO THE INMATE.
THE CHAPLAIN'S ONLY RESPONSIBILITY WILL BE TO PROVIDE A ROOM TO MEET IN,
THE TIME TO MEET AND THE STUDENTS.
THE EEPM MATERIALS HAVE BEEN ADAPTED TO MEET PRISON SECURITY REQUIREMENTS