Recruitment and training

CSC employees work with women offenders in a variety of positions, including:

  • working on the front lines as:
    • a primary worker (or a kimisinaw at the Okimaw Ohci Healing Lodge)
    • a behavioural counselor
    • a parole officer
    • a healthcare professional, for example nurse, psychologist, social worker or occupational therapist
  • directing and guiding correctional operations

All staff working in a facility for women receive Women-Centred Training. This training:

  • describes CSC’s approach to women’s corrections
  • teaches staff to understand issues that face federally-sentenced women
  • helps staff be responsive to the needs of women offenders

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