The National Institute of Corrections (NIC) is inviting your agency to apply for a technical assistance partnership to host “Partnering for Performance” which targets middle-management/supervisory women in corrections.
Under this format, NIC brings the training to your agency. NIC provides the training faculty and materials. You select the 20 participants that you want to attend the training. You must provide the facilities to conduct the training, food, lodging, audio-visual equipment and any other costs related to the agency participants attending the training.
It is a 32-hour, intensive and all-inclusive program with late day and evening activities that are a part of the training and supports the overnight lodging. The program facilitates positive workforce development planning and is targeted to improve the upward mobility for women in correctional supervision and management.
Your training academy or a state owned off-site property may be suitable. You may also consider a relationship you may have with a local college where you might be able to make use of their space.
If you are interested in hosting this program, please have a representative from your agency contact Evelyn Bush, CPS, Prisons Division at email@example.com or 202-5141-0376/1-800-995-6423 x 40376 for additional information.
Preferred Dates: July 9-13, 2012 or July 30-August 3, 2012
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