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COURSE OFFERINGS/PRICES:

1)      Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS)

Trainer Course
* 4/28 – 5/2/14
* $1,500 per person
* Pre-requisites – successfully certification in the ORAS end user training

 

2)      Ohio Youth Assessment System (OYAS)

Trainer Course
* 4/28 – 5/2/14
* $1,500 per person
* Pre-requisites – successfully certification in the OYAS end user training

 

3)      Aggression Replacement Training (ART)

Trainer Course
* 4/28 – 5/2/14
* $2,500 per person
* Pre-requisites – successful completion of the end user training + one round of ART curriculum facilitation

 

4)      Thinking for a Change (T4C)

Trainer Course
* 4/28 – 5/1/14
* $1,250 per person
* Pre-requisites – successful completion of the end user training + one round of T4C curriculum facilitation

 

5)      Cognitive Behavioral Interventions for Substance Abuse (CBI-SA)

Trainer Course
* 4/28 – 5/1/2014
* $1,250 per person
* Pre-requisites – successful completion of the end user training + one round of CBI-SA curriculum facilitation

 

6)      Ohio Risk Assessment System (ORAS)

End-user Course
* 5/1 – 5/2/14
* $750 per person
* No pre-requisites

 

7)      Ohio Youth Assessment System (OYAS)

End-user Course
* 5/1 – 5/2/14
* $750 per person
* No pre-requisites

 

8)      Aggression Replacement Training (ART)

End-user Course
* 4/30 – 5/2/14
* $1,000 per person
* No pre-requisites

 

TRAVEL ACCOMODATIONS:

The cost of the training does NOT include travel costs.

* A block of rooms have been reserved at the Hampton Inn and Suites Uptown-Cincinnati. Please call (513) 281-2700 and mention the “UCCI Training Institute” for a discounted rate of $119/room.

* Trainees should fly into the Northern Kentucky Greater Cincinnati Airport (CVG). Taxi service and car rental options are available.

* An lunch banquet will be hosted by Dr. Ed Latessa on Thursday May 1st and is included in the cost of training.

 

REGISTRATION:

If interested in registering, please email Jennifer.Scott@uc.edu BY APRIL 1, 2014. Course slots are limited and registration cannot be guaranteed.

ABOUT UCCI TRAINING INSTITUTE:

The UCCI is a component of the Center for Criminal Justice Research (CCJR), and is committed to the dissemination of best practices to communities, facilities and agencies seeking to change offender behavior. We work with federal, state, and local governments, the private sector, and professional organizations to promote effective interventions and assessments for adult and juvenile offenders. Institute offerings include Technical Assistance, staff training, distance learning, and research and development. The UCCI’s nationally recognized faculty and consultants synthesize “evidence-based” practices to provide a comprehensive spectrum of resources to corrections professionals.