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The National Institute of Corrections is pleased to announce the 2017 Learning and Performance Symposium: Developing Curriculum: Design Matters. This year’s focus will be developing curriculum including workshops on utilizing Instructional Theory Into Practice (ITIP) to design learner centered training.

August 7-9, 2017. 
National Corrections Academy, Aurora, CO.  

What Will Occur During This Year’s Symposium? 

  • Breakout sessions on curriculum design and development issues
  • Opportunities for sharing what innovations in curriculum design and development you are implementing and trying out in your organization – and how they are working and/or not working
  • Catalyzing presentations followed by “how can we implement” discussions focusing on curriculum design and development
  • And More!

Who Should Attend?

Staff development and training professionals from local, state and federal adult and juvenile corrections settings including jails, prisons, community corrections, juvenile detention, juvenile probation and parole, US Probation, Federal Bureau of Prisons, and Pre Trial Services.

Specifically – anyone who works in criminal justice staff development and training including Training Directors, Training Administrators, Training Coordinators, Full-Time Trainers, Part-Time Trainers (Adjunct or Field), and Curriculum Designers regardless of time in role.

Application Requirements
Apply at this link in the NIC Learning Center:

Application Due Date
June 15, 2017

See attached flier for details

Posted Thu, May 25 2017 7:09 AM by Susan Powell


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