Program Planning and Training Needs (CJ)

TCU CJ Survey of Program Training Needs (TCU CJ PTN) is used to help identify and prioritize treatment issues that correctional programs believe need attention. TCU CJ PTN-S (i.e., staff version) asks about facilities and climate, satisfaction with training, preferences for training contents and procedures, computer resources, and barriers to training. TCU CJ PTN-D (i.e., directors’ version) asks for a brief description of the program and staffing, followed by ratings of program training needs and pressures as well as diagnostic and billing procedures. [15 minutes]

  • TCU CJ PTN-S [PDF; 52 KB 5 pages]  [DOC; 75 KB; 5 pages]
  • Citation:
    Institute of Behavioral Research. (2003). TCU CJ Survey of Program Training Needs: Staff Version (TCU CJ PTN-S). Fort Worth: Texas Christian University, Institute of Behavioral Research. Available at ibr.tcu.edu
  • TCU CJ PTN-D [PDF; 60 KB; 6 pages]  [DOC; 85 KB; 6 pages]
  • Sample feedback report for the PTN  [PDF; 100 KB; 10 pages]
  • Citation:
    Institute of Behavioral Research. (2003). TCU CJ Survey of Program Training Needs: Program Director Version (TCU CJ PTN-D). Fort Worth: Texas Christian University, Institute of Behavioral Research. Available at ibr.tcu.edu