Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner Class Adult/Adolescent.
S.A.F.E.R. SANE Training will be held at Saint Joseph's College in Rensselaer, Indiana
August 5-9, 2013. Registration deadline is July 1, 2013.
$550 Nursing $250 Non-medical.
This multidisciplinary training meets the IAFN educator guidelines for SANE Certification.
You will learn from Law Enforcement Officers, SANE’s, State Lab personnel, coroner, GYN Nurse Practitioner, prosecutors, Patient Advocate, and of course our wonderful special speakers; Jamie Ferrell and Roger Caniff. You will also have the experience of being in an actual court room with an actual judge, prosecutor and defense attorney for a mock trial.
This class is also SANE-A preparatory. CEU’s offered for SANE’s, Prosecutors, Law Enforcement, and refresher course for SANE’s.
Registration and further information can be located at jchh.com, under heading Community, and then choose S.A.F.E.R.
Conducting an initial sexual assault legal intake interview requires a specialized skill set. This free, online course will help you further develop the skills you need to conduct a sexual assault legal intake, demonstrating best practices and inviting you to develop strategies for effectively working with survivors to identify and address their civil legal needs. The course consists of a self-paced web-based training, a series of independent homework activities, and an interactive webinar led by VRLC Staff Attorney Laura Mahr. The course is available for OVW grantees, sub-grantees, and their grant partners,* and will begin Wednesday, June 5th, 2013. To pass the course, you must attend the June 20th webinar (10–11:30 a.m. Pacific). For more information, see the course outline online or email us at email@example.com. *Note that should the course fill, priority will be given to LAV grantees, sub-grantees, and their grant partners.If you are not an OVW grantee, but are interested in the course, let us know and we will contact you when the course is offered without grant restrictions.
April is national sexual assault awareness month. 1 of out 6 women and 1 out of 33 men are affected by this awful tragedy. Well in honor of the survivors around the world, we’re going to PARTY and shake it Zumba® style so they know they are not alone! Bring your teal, a friend and your smiles!
Awesome instructor line-up!
Sorry, childcare is not available for this event.
Tickets are a $10 donation in advance or $15 at the door. Donations are accepted.
Proceeds goes to local, state and national sexual assault advocacy non-profit organizations including but not limited to RCASA, VSDVAA & RAINN.
Take Back the Night is an international event intended to educate, protest, and bring awareness on ending violence against women. UWF's TBTN has historically been the biggest event of the Spring Semester. Join hundreds of UWF Students to speak out about sexual violence and learn how we can work together to prevent it.
Join us on April 3rd at 5:30pm in the Commons Auditorium. There will be free food, an information fair, a Colloquium featuring several survivors who will speak on their experiences, and we will end the evening with a Campus March at 7:00pm. We will also be giving away two styles of tshirts for those who attend the Colloquium and those who attend the March, as well as our Keep Calm button collections and other giveaways. The winners of our Creativity for a Cause will be also be announced and showcased.
"One in Eight: The Reality of Sexual Abuse in Youth Detention” is the first in a three-part series of webinars on providing services to survivors of sexual abuse in juvenile detention. This webinar will cover the juvenile detention system, focusing on the crisis of sexual abuse facing youth detainees. Expert presenters will review the offenses that most often result in the incarceration of young people, and the types of facilities that are used to detain them. The session will also look at the Prison Rape Elimination Act standards, which apply to youth facilities. The webinar will feature talks by community advocates as well as survivors of sexual abuse in youth detention. These perspectives will help shed light on why so many youth detainees – one in eight overall – are sexually victimized, and on the impact of this abuse on youth and their communities.
Who Should Attend: This webinar series is aimed at advocates and service providers – rape crisis center staff, counselors, and administrators – though anyone who works in the victim services field is encouraged to attend. Corrections officials, law enforcement, and other professionals in related fields are also invited.
The series is part of JDI’s National Sexual Violence in Detention Education and Resource Project, which is supported by the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women. JDI is an international health and human rights organization that seeks to eliminate sexual violence in all forms of detention.
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