Program facilitators, on the other hand, identified the need to revise the curriculum content and teaching methods to be more applicable to the offender population and the types of jobs they would likely obtain upon release, and to foster hands-on learning in the classroom. [...] Consistent with the research literature, recent reviews of the federal correctional system and correctional programs emphasized the link between offenders’ lack of employability skills and criminality, calling for improved correctional programming to address the unique employment needs of offenders (CSC Review Panel, 2007; Office of the Auditor General, 1999, 2003; Office of the Correctional Inves [...] At the institution level, the Wardens and the Executive Directors of Aboriginal Healing Lodges and Regional Treatment Centres are responsible for the delivery of offender employment and employability programs consistent with the employment and employability framework, in collaboration with the Regional Directors of CORCAN. [...] For the period from June 2009 to June 2010, the salary for the WP-03 level 6 the impact of the NESP intervention in light of the risk and need profiles of the federal offender population. [...] The assessments contained ratings of offenders’ understanding of employability skills (namely, the importance of the skills and need for future development) and progress in the program in terms of skills development.
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