Craig started his post-secondary education at Acadia University in Wolfville, Nova Scotia, close to his family home. At the University of Ottawa he finished Magna Cum Laude in Psychology with a minor in Sociology. He pursued his interest in law enforcement by completing a Diploma in Police Foundations at Algonquin College. Wanting to pursue both post-secondary interests he found the Applied Social Psychology program at the University of Saskatchewan, focusing on Forensic Psychology, supervised by Dr. Steve Wormith. The program focused on program evaluation with an internship, and practicum, in order for students to work toward their Canadian Evaluation Society Credentialed Evaluator designation.
Craig is a trained eLearning Facilitator, and Directing Staff with the Cadet Instructors Cadre. As such he provides occupational training to officers with the Cadet Instructors Cadre of the Canadian Armed Forces Reserve. Craig also completed the Canadian Armed Forces Junior Officer Development (CAFJOD) program through the Canadian Forces Leadership and Recruit School. This program provides officers the essential knowledge required for advancement with the CAF.
Within the Cadet Instructors Cadre Craig is also a qualified Unit Cadet Conflict Management Advisor, Senior Instructor, and Administration Officer.
Craig is very conscious of the need to uphold a high level of personal accountability and ethical practices. As such he abides by the ethical standards of practice, as laid out by the Canadian Evaluation Society, for his work.
Craig recognizes that Nova Scotia is traditional Mi’kmaq territory.
- Craig has two beautiful miniature dachshunds!
- He and his life partner met in high school and they have been together ever since!
- He knows how to ballroom dance.