Faculty: Oliver Doyle
Oliver Doyle , M.Ed., CPC.,has developed and delivered courses in Conflict Management, Management of Disturbed Behaviour, Interviewing and Counselling, Negotiation Skills and Violence in the Workplace. He is co-author of two reports on Life Skills in Corrections. He was a co-author of Corrections in Canada published in 2001 by Pearson Education (formerly Prentice Hall, Canada). Under contract with Correctional Services of Canada he developed a Compendium of Education for Federal Correctional Officers. He successfully delivered lectures and presented workshops to small groups and major conferences in Canada and internationally. Oliver brings his diversified knowledge and enthusiasm to his presentations. In 2001, he was honoured, as one of only three people from 14,000 instructors, with an Award of Recognition by the Intervention Crisis Prevention Institute, recognizing his consistent contribution over 17 years to staff care, welfare, safety and security. In July 2011, he is being inducted into C.P.I.'s Hall of Fame with a small number of other instructors from the 27,000 world-wide group. His volunteer activities include: President of St. Leonard's Society of Peterborough, pas Executive of the National Board of Directors of St. Leonard's and Chairperson of the Personnel Committee for seven years. For four years, he coached a highschool girls rugby team and has been a member of the organizing committed for the Platinum Rugby Festival for the past 12 years. He actively plays rugby with Kawartha Krocks and has been a member of touring teams in such places as Bermuda, France, South Africa, Australia, Argentina and Chile.