Over 30 Evidence-Based Online Treatment Programs and the Ability to Notify Officers of Case Progress and Completion
Probation offices need highly effective resources for delivering education instead of incarceration as alternative sentencing or diversions for misdemeanor offenses.
Advent eLearning provides over 30 online diversion courses proven to be effective in reducing recidivism. The cognitive-based treatment is created by experts and geared toward helping those that have committed lower-level offenses with the intent of providing an alternative to harsher penalties or incarceration. Much of our content is available in level 1 and level 2 course so officers are able to choose the appropriate level of intervention.
Our administrative online platform is easy to use and available at no cost to the court. Probation officers that assign an Advent treatment course through the platform are able to receive progress notifications at different milestones while the student works their way through the programming. Once completed, the office can choose to receive the completion certificate electronically. If the student fails to complete, the officer will be notified as well. Officers are also able to run sophisticated reports to evaluate the success of the programs.
Advent eLearning assures participants are receiving consistent messaging, and because they can take courses online at any time, court dockets don’t require adjusting due to offenders’ personal circumstances.
Contact Advent eLearning today to schedule a free demonstration and to learn more about our all-in-one platform that helps you automate and manage any alternative program.
Here is an example of how your agency might utilize the eLearning platform.
“At first, I was a little overwhelmed but that is only because you have so much to offer that can benefit me and my program. After your demonstration, I realized I had made a mistake by not switching to you guys sooner.... Those in our field need to know what others are successfully using. If the programs and education classes that we refer our clients to are not providing them with the quality services that they deserve, then we in the corrections field are failing them. It is our job to help rehabilitate and provide adequate resources for these individuals to get back on track. I believe the folks at Advent have the same mindset. I am looking forward to using the reports to show the Judges and the stakeholders how the programs have been utilized, how many clients have been referred during a given period and the completion rates.
Program Manager, Accomack/Northampton Community Corrections