It will incorporate existing work force development knowledge blocks, or blocks of knowledge on a particular subject matter, developed by NIC's Transition and Offender Workforce Development Division in its Offender Employment Specialist and Offender Workforce Development Specialist Certified Training programs.
What does OWD stand for?
OWD stands for Offender Workforce Development Division (also seen as OWDD; National Institute of Corrections)
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We have 24 other meanings of OWD in our Acronym Attic
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- Otago Women's Child Sexual Abuse (study)
- Oamaru Whitestone Civic Trust (New Zealand)
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- Oak Wilt Disease (trees)
- Oberwaltersdorf (Austria)
- Obsessive Werewolf Disorder
- Oil Water Detector (pipeline monitoring)
- One-Way Delay
- Ontario Women's Directorate (Canada)
- Open Water Diver (scuba diving)
- Open Web Design (est. 2005; free web design templates)
- Operating while Disqualified (Wisconsin)
- Organization-Wide Default
- Otay Water District (California)
- Our Wedding Day
- Overlapping Window Decorrelating
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The Division The Transition and Offender Workforce Development Division was legislatively established within NIC to coordinate the efforts of federal, state, local and nonprofit agencies to encourage and support employment programs for adults in custody, under community supervision and with criminal records through technical assistance, training and information services.
NIC's Offender Workforce Development Division was created to coordinate the efforts of federal, state, local and nonprofit agencies to improve employment programs for offenders and ex-offenders.