Smart '09 Budget Moves in Corrections
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Smart ’09 Budget Moves in Corrections:
KDOC Continues to Reap Benefit of eLearning
March 4, 2009. According to The Kentucky Department of Corrections, for the past five years they have sustained a 60% savings off their annual training budget as the result of a smart, measurable training strategy engineered by CorrectionsMedia, the industry’s elearning leader and creators of Corrections.com.
In 2004, under the leadership of former Commissioner John D. Rees, The Kentucky Department of Corrections teamed with CorrectionsMedia who blueprinted the re-engineering of their staff training including the implementation of Crimcast, a robust eLearning solution that empowers KYDOC training staff to load, launch and manage both online and offline training inventory. Crimcast also provides an employee training records management module.
“They [Corrections.com] know corrections, technology and online training better than anyone else in this industry and as a result they systematically more than doubled our original cost savings projections,” LaDonna Thompson, Commissioner of Kentucky Department of Corrections. “The CorrectionsMedia team and their creative media & technology solutions is an invaluable asset in this climate where we are all seeking to operate smarter, leaner and faster.”
The solution is so successful that it is quickly expanding throughout Kentucky county jailers as well.
“Their IT plan was spot on and their Crimcast eLearning software has empowered my trainers,” said Chris Kleymeyer, Director of Training for the Kentucky Department of Corrections.
“We simply can’t imagine operating in this economy without it.”
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* For speed and versatility, Corrections.com has been relaunched in opensource. Some older postings dates may be affected.