This question is about correction officer.
It takes 4 years of professional experience to become a correction officer. That is the time it takes to learn specific correction officer skills, but does not account for time spent in formal education.
There are certain skills that you need to obtain in order to become a successful correction officer. Some of the most common skills are listed below. Along with each skill, we provide an actual example of how someone included the skill on their resume:
Inmate Population -- Counseled with inmates regarding facility rules and regulations and informed them of changes in operating procedures affecting the inmate population.
Public Safety -- Job responsibilities-Protect public safety, I supervise approximately 144 inmates, maintain prison security and inspect the integrity of prison walls.
Custody -- Provide care, custody and control of inmates in a rehabilitative institution in accordance with established regulations and procedures.
Correctional Facility -- Preserved integrity and security of correctional facility
Emergency -- Provide assistance, guidance, and direction to individuals that are incarcerated; counseling individuals/ responding to emergency situations.
The Certified Corrections Officer (CCO) certification is most common among Correction Officers. This certification is awarded by the American Correctional Association. To become a certified Correction Officer with Certified Corrections Officer (CCO), You need to pass the exam. This certificate requires more than two years of work experience. Renew certification every 3 year.