The Certificate of Completion (CCL) in Workforce Development and Community Re-Entry program is designed to provide incarcerated persons with the skills needed to effectively transition from incarceration to the community. Courses will focus on job readiness, job preparation, and job retention skills as well as family reunification, personal and social skill development, and substance abuse education.
Permission of Department or Division is required for admission to the Workforce Development and Community Re-Entry program.
Students must earn a grade of C or better for all courses required within the program.
This program is not eligible for Title IV Federal Financial Aid.
|Course #||Course Title||Credits|
|WFR110||Re-Entry Skills: Personal Skill Development||3|
|WFR112||Re-Entry Skills: Family Reunification||3|
|WFR114||Re-Entry Skills: Social Skill Development||1|
|WFR116||Re-Entry Skills: Substance Abuse Education||1|
|WFR118||Re-Entry Skills: Job Readiness||3|
|WFR120||Re-Entry Skills: Job Retention||2|
- Summarize the effectiveness of conflict, time, money, and stress management for the incarcerated person. (WFR110, WFR120)
- Explain how developing personal skills improves a person's value system. (WFR110)
- Summarize how reunification skills promote a healthy self-esteem for the incarcerated person. (WFR112)
- Describe communication techniques and styles to enhance healthy families and support systems. (WFR112)
- Summarize types of personal boundaries, reasons for setting boundaries, and acceptable ways to set boundaries. (WFR114)
- Review decision making skills, strategies, and resources for preventing substance abuse. (WFR116)
- Identify job preparation skills for an incarcerated person re-entering the workforce. (WFR118)
- Summarize appropriate information disclosure procedures for incarcerated persons on a resume, on a job application, and during an interview. (WFR118)
- Summarize procedures and techniques to assist in job retention for an incarcerated person in transition. (WFR120)
- Differentiate between protocol, conflict, and communication within the workplace. (WFR120)
At Maricopa, we strive to provide you with accurate and current information about our degree and certificate offerings. Due to the dynamic nature of the curriculum process, course and program information is subject to change. As a result, the course list associated with this degree or certificate on this site does not represent a contract, nor does it guarantee course availability. If you are interested in pursuing this degree or certificate, we encourage you to meet with an advisor to discuss the requirements at your college for the appropriate catalog year.