Competency Models for Offender Re-entry

Learn how the American Indian Criminal Justice Navigation Council began. This webinar will explore how to develop a competency model that can aid in training offenders and their successful guide to re-entry

Training Objectives:

  • Explain the concept of competency models
  • Analyze research to determine the needs of offenders
  • Determine strategies to assist in community and family re-entry
  • Instructor:

    Jack Hedrick-Lightfoot

    , Jack Hedrick-Lightfoot,
  • Jack has more than twenty years of experience in leadership development, workforce solutions, and training and development. He has served as Director of Education for National Business Professionals of America, a nonprofit association for middle and high school students. He has also served as the State Advisor for Oklahoma Business Professionals of America and DECA, where he worked with over 7,000 students each year. He served as the Director of Learning and Development and Choctaw University for the, where he oversaw a staff of fifteen people who offered over 6,000 training courses per year. He received the Youth Servant Leadership Award from the Clinton Foundation, the Youth Leader of the Year from the Department of Health and Human Services, and the Association for Continuing Higher Education (ACHE) For-Credit Program Award for his work on Choctaw University. He was recognized as a National Finalist for Teacher of the Year by the American Hotel & Lodging Association.

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  • Offered: online
  • Start: July 2, 2019 -
  • End: July 2, 2019 -