Offender Education Program Candidate Conduct Policy
Strides Offender Education Program Initial Administrator/Instructor Training Policy is designed to ensure a safe, honest, and effective learning environment with a shared commitment to fostering mutual respect, upholding high standards of ethics, and supporting core values.
At all times, registered candidates must:
- Demonstrate courtesy, professionalism and respect for others.
- Attend all classes regularly and on time (in person, virtual learning or electronic learning platform) – Arriving 10 minutes late or more to the start of class or returning late from any break is a violation of this policy. On examination dates, no admittance to the classroom, virtual learning or electronic learning platform will be allowed.
- Prepare for each class; registered candidate must have access to assigned materials and have them available for class sessions for active participation in classroom activities.
- Assist staff and be cooperative in maintaining safety, order, and discipline.
- Respect the property of others, including the property and facilities where workshops are held.
The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR) has contracted with Strides Youth Services, Inc. to provide Offender Education Instructor Training Services, including: registration, course delivery and examinations.