Between 2004 and 2006, the National Institute of Corrections provided offender workforce development specialist (OWDS) training to a select group of trainers from the Kansas Department of Corrections (KDOC).
What does OWDS stand for?
OWDS stands for Offender Workforce Development Specialist (National Institute of Corrections)
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 1 other meaning of OWDS in our Acronym Attic
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- Online Web Developers, Inc. (est. 2002)
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- One-Way Delay Protocol
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- Ohio Work Education (Ohio high school student program)
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- Overwing Exit (airlines)
- Ohio Water Environment Association
- Oklahoma Water Environmental Association (Tulsa, OK)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
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.
[ILLUSTRATION OMITTED] To further her commitment to successful reentry, Lowery, who was one of only six BOP staff selected, recently completed three weeks of Offender Workforce Development Specialist training.
NIC and the National Career Development Association (NCDA) have partnered to offer the following training to jurisdictions at no cost: Offender Workforce Development Specialist (OWDS) Partnership Training provides, by invitation only, an opportunity for select jurisdictions to train a 10-person team as a core group of Offender Workforce Development specialist instructors to develop the local capacity for training additional staff.
During winter 2001, the National Institute of Corrections provided Offender Workforce Development Specialist (OWDS) training to probation officers from the Eastern District of Missouri.