Programmes and Rehabilitation
Build better lives
Employment activities, rehabilitation, educational and support programmes to help reduce re-offending rates.
Rehabilitation programmes include motivation to change, cognitive-behavioural interventions and general skills to help offenders to lead crime-free lives. Employment opportunities give offenders the chance to develop work habits and gain skills and qualifications that will lead to sustainable employment.
Skills we look for
Here's a snapshot of some of the key skills and attributes that we look for in our whānau.
Why a career at Corrections?
To see a person become empowered and confident in themselves and then take that out into the world to create a better life for themselves and their family is a very privileged experience.
Careers with this team
Support tikanga-based programmes and ensure our mainstream programmes for all offenders are designed to be responsive to Māori.
Provide quality psychological services, including clinical and risk assessment and treatment services to offenders and referral to appropriate agencies where necessary.
Run therapeutic programmes to help offenders understand the factors that led to their offending, and motivate them to change their thoughts and behaviours.
Education & Instructors
Work with offenders to help them to gain new skills and qualifications to improve their chances of finding real jobs when they’re released.
Work with offenders to develop plans and ensure access to the treatments and programmes they need at the right level, at the right time.
Industry & Employment
Support and coach offenders to gain employment inside and outside of the prison. Part of their work is building relationships with local employers.
Counselling & Social Work
Provide care, advice, and support to offenders with personal or social problems, and help with community and social issues.