The Corrections Academy trains Probation and Corrections officers, while also placing equal emphasis on continuous professional development opportunities for new and experienced correctional staff.
Corrections Academy 40th Anniversary Reunion
The Justice Institute of British Columbia (JIBC) Corrections Academy is hosting a reunion of alumni and staff with the support of BC Corrections Branch, Family Justice Services Divison and Youth Justice Services (MCFD). For more information, click the link below to register and visit the Corrections Academy Reunion page.
If you have any questions or inquiries about the reunion event, please email email@example.com.
Areas of Expertise
The Corrections Academy provides basic training, ongoing development, and leadership training to Adult Correctional Officers and Adult Probation Officers who work with adult offenders in provincial institutional and community settings, to manage the risk they pose to the public and support their rehabilitation.
Our Approach to Learning
Emphasis on Critical Skills and Knowledge
For those whose lives are routinely at risk and those who work to keep communities safe.
Learning Linked to Employers and the Community
Strong connections to ensure that programs are current and relevant.
Work with other educational partners to serve specific regions and specialized markets.
Expert Faculty and Course Designers
A unique instructional model emphasizing faculty drawn from active, experienced, justice and public safety professionals.
Face to face training, online, distance education, or a blended approach – whatever is most appropriate for the client’s situation.
Our division was established as part of the Justice Institute of British Columbia in 1978. CCJD provides new hire and professional development for three key ministries in the Government of British Columbia.
The JIBC Library maintains an extensive collection of web links. Corrections & Community Justice-related topics include:
- BC government employment opportunities
- Corrections-related BC employment information
- Family Mediation Canada
Last updated October 1, 2018