Course title:
Forced to the Workhouse: The North Lincolnshire Experience
Tutor:
Simon Tomson
Course ID:
C3679663
Start date:
05/02/2022
End date:
05/02/2022
Timetabled sessions
Date Times Hours
Sat 05 Feb 2022 14:00 PM - 16:30 PM 2.5
Total sessions: 1
Total number of classroom hours: 2.5
Independent online hours: 0
Total hours: 2.5
Date
Sat 05 Feb 2022
Times
14:00 PM - 16:30 PM
Hours
2.5
Total sessions:
1
Total number of classroom hours:
2.5
Independent online hours:
0
Total hours:
2.5
Venue:

Leads to qualification?    No
Level:     Level 2 (level information)
Is this course part of a programme of study?
No
Programme details
Programme title:
Programme aims:
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Who is this programme for?
Optional Activity Start date End date Fee
Fee
£12.00 or free on some courses if you are in receipt of some benefits
What skills or experience do I need to join this course?
This course is for beginners and improvers
This course is for beginners and improvers
What else do I need to know? Is there anything I need to provide?
This Day School will appeal to those with an interest in local history and social development in northern Lincolnshire.
Course aim:
This Day School will present an insight into the development and operation of the workhouses in Grimsby and Louth. We shall look at Poor Law development, Houses of Industry and the eventual establishment of the Workhouse.
Course description:
This Day School will present an insight into the development and operation of the workhouses in Grimsby and Louth, and their place in the contemporary social fabric. We shall look at Poor Law development, Houses of Industry, and the eventual establishment of the workhouses in both towns. Under what circumstances could you be admitted and released? What were the benefits of the Workhouse to both the inmates and to wider society? What was the deal - what was expected and received? And how was it all paid for? Why did they eventually close, and what legacy did they leave?
By the end of the course I will be able to:
1. List the relevant legislation which led to the development of the Workhouse system.
2. Locate the physical remains of both the featured institutions.
3. Show how the Workhouse system led to the development of the Welfare State.
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