U.S. Department of Justice


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Event ID

  • NICWBT11

How to Apply

Online registration for this e-course is available at the NIC Learning Center. When you click the "Apply" link below you will be redirected to the NIC Learning Center to complete the registration process.

Enrollment in the NIC e-Learning Center is limited to corrections professionals from jails, prisons, and community corrections agencies whose jobs are categorized as executive management, middle management, first-line supervision, offender programming, or training/staff development.


Collaboration: A Survival Strategy for Turbulent Times

Anytime--During this e-course, you will learn about the importance of collaborations in corrections.


Teamwork is a survival skill- in and out of the workplace. Whether it be rafting, playing a team sport, or working on a project, collaboration with others is necessary to get the job done. In this course you will learn about the importance of collaborations in corrections. Collaborating with others can greatly enhance the services we provide and help to reduce recidivism. Particularly in these turbulent times, collaboration may ensure the survival of programs, services, and even agencies.


In this course you will:

  • Explore the concept of collaboration as a survival tool as well as an essential component of evidence-based principles in implementing systemic change.

  • Define the elements of successful collaboration. Identifying and engaging stakeholders in the collaborative process.
  • Learn about strategies and tactics that have been used in successful collaborations.
  • Create an action plan for your collaborative work.

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This program does not have a video.