cpss400 | undergraduate
Institutional And Community-based Programs
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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Introduction to Correctional Programs
- Determine the purpose of programs for individuals involved with the correctional system.
- Describe the main theories or methodologies that inform correctional programs.
- Explain how correctional programs have changed over time.
Assessment of Risk and Needs
- Identify the risk and needs of an individual involved with the correctional system.
- Analyze the role of risk and needs assessment in case management and case planning.
Correctional Programs and Interventions
- Identify different types of available correctional programs.
- Examine the effectiveness of correctional programs in assisting individuals with transitioning into the community.
The Helping Process in Correctional Programs
- Examine how the helping process can be utilized in correctional programs.
- Explain skills necessary to facilitate the helping process in correctional programs.
- Determine treatment programs for an individual involved with the correctional system.
Best Practices and Evidence-Based Programs
- Determine risks and needs of a population of individuals involved with the correctional system.
- Determine evidence-based practices for programs tailored to individuals involved with the correctional system.
- Design a correctional program to address the risk and needs of a population of individuals involved with the correctional system.
- Describe the process of evaluating correctional programs.
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