2017 Training Calendar
October 15-17, 2017 (Bend, OR)
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Effective Practices in Community Supervision Training REFRESHER
November 8, 2017 (Oregon City, OR)
American Probation and Parole Association -Annual Training Institute in August 27-30 in New York City. Click HERE for more information.
2017 Training Costs
- Course Descriptions
- Training Faculty
- Faculty Application Requirements
- Working with Youth in Oregon's Juvenile Justice System Certification
- OJDDA Trainer Mentorship Process (pdf)
- Training Faculty Applications Form
- Hall of Heroes - Rights & Responsilbilities
For further information or inquiries, please contact OJDDA at: email@example.com.
Working with Youth in Oregon’s Juvenile Justice System:
This 32-hour introductory course is designed for Juvenile Justice probation workers/court counselors who are in their first year of employment. The topics are designed to give participants a general overview of the basic skills utilized in the day-to-day operations of Juvenile Justice. The presentations will provide an opportunity for learning through lecture, discussion, and demonstration, following evidence-based best practices and cultural awareness. This course is also an opportunity to network with other probation workers/court counselors from around the state.
Community Supervision of High Risk Adolescent Sex Offenders - JSOAP
Field Safety for Juvenile Probation Staff & Professional Self-Care
Effective Practices in Community Supervision Training
Cross Cultural Communication, Equity and Inclusion
Custody Worker Training
Certification form that will need to be filled out by a director or supervisor from the county requesting certification. Once completed, send the form to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chair: James Goodwin, Josephine County
EPICS Chair: Sonya Littledeer-Evans, Deschutes County
Joe Ferguson, Jackson County
Jay Trost, Curry County
Stacia Tyacke, Columbia County
Mandy Decker, Wallowa County
Debbie Martin, OYA