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Correctional Training Institute
2050 N. Co. Rd. 50 East
New Castle, IN 47362
In an effort to streamline requests for lodging at the Correctional Training Institute; the following procedure must be followed for lodging requests.
1. All individuals must complete the attached form: Request for Lodging at CTI
2. Return the form to the following email address; email@example.com.
3. For Pre-service Academy participants, the Facility Training Coordinator must submit this for the New Employee.
Staff Development and Training General Information
SD&T Registration and Cancellation
Register for classes by contacting your Facility Training Department, Regional Training Manager, or through established methods at your Facility Training Department. If you are registered for a program, you are expected to attend. Your facility training department should be notified as soon as possible of any cancellations so that others can have the opportunity to attend. If a program is cancelled, registered participants will be notified.
Participants are expected to follow IDOC Grooming and Dress Policy and Procedure guidelines when attending training programs, unless notified otherwise by training staff.
Training Classes - What to Bring
The following is a list of items you will need to bring while attending classes: Pen, Pencil, Pad of Paper and Highlighter. Additionally, bring any materials that may have been provide to you in advance of the program (e.g. Lesson Plans, Study Manuals, Participant Manuals, etc.).
Correctional Training Institute - Lodging Items - What to Bring
The following is a list of items you may wish to bring while lodging at CTI: Towels/Washcloths, Facility ID Cards, Non-Electric Alarm Clock, and Personal Hygiene Items (soap, toothpaste/tooth brush, deodorant, etc.)
Americans with Disabilities Act
We abide by the regulations and requirements of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and will provide reasonable accommodations to anyone making such request.
Emergency Plans are established for the protection of participants, staff and offenders. In the event of an emergency, follow the directions of the classroom instructor, who will implement these procedures.