If you are a Registered Nurse, Advanced Practice Nurse, Physician Assistant or Physician who has not completed any SANE/SAFE training this FREE training and clinical workship is for you!
Through a grant from the National Institute of Justice, IAFN has developed an adolescent/adult, web-based Sexual Assault Forensic Examiner (SAFE) training curriculum that will be offered through a series of web-based and clinical modules completed over a 15 week period of time. The 40 hour didactic training will be followed by a two-day, 16 hour clinical skills workshop. The course will be offered four times between 2011 and 2012, allowing for a maximum of 75 clinicians per training. Overall this project will train 300 clinicians. The entire training will be offered at no cost to the participants.
Apply now as the deadline to apply for Course 1 (September 12 through December 14, 2011) is July 22!
Responding to sexual violence on college campuses can present some unique challenges; it can also open up a number of opporunities for collaboration. In this upcoming webinar, we will learn about the ins and outs of the sexual assault advocacy work happening at Western Washington University (WWU) in Bellingham, Washington - including information on the way sin which this program was able to successfully build and maintain a strong partnership with their local community sexual assault program.
The objectives of this webinar are to:
Explore Western Washinton University's campus based response to sexual violence.
Identify potential campus based resources for sexual violence survivors.
Identify potential campus based responses to a report of sexual assault.
Give examples of successful partnerships between campus based and community advocates and programs; offering tips, tools, and examples on ways your community and campus based programs can also successfully develop and enhance their partnerships.
If you have any questions or concerns please contact Trisha at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sessions at the conference will focus on youth alcohol and drug abuse prevention; bullying and cyber bullying; violence prevention in schools; emergency management; health, mental health, and physical education; data collection; special populations; and emerging issues. The conference targets potential OSDFS grantees, juvenile justice practitioners, policymakers, education and prevention leaders, and school administrators, among others.
Registration is Free!
Registration for the conference will close on July 22, 2011 or when space is not longer available.
Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center
The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) in the U.S. Department of Justice sponsors the National Victim Assistance Academy (NVAA). The NVAA is comprised of education and skill-based classroom trainings for those who assist victims and survivors of crime in the United States, including the District of Columbia, the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico, the United States Virgin Islands, and any other territory or possession of the United States. While international applicants may apply to attend the Academy, please note that the training is not designed to meet the needs of the specific target populations who live outside of the United States. If accepted to attend, international applicants must cover all expenses involved and are responsible to obtain the appropriate documents necessary for travel to and within the United States.
The Stalking Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime
The Stalking Resource Center of the National Center for Victims of Crime is pleased to announce an exciting training opportunity. The National Conference on Stalking on Campus will be held in Denver, Colorado on August 2-3, 2011 at the Crowne Plaza Denver Hotel.
The National Conference on Stalking on Campus will enhance the knowledge, skills, and abilities of attendees to address the high rates of stalking on college and university campuses. The conference will provide important tools and resources, such as the newly released Model Campus Stalking Policy, and information on relevant topics, including stalking and technology.
The conference will feature an array of nationally renowned trainers on the issues of stalking on campuses, including experts from the fields of law enforcement, prosecution, and victim services. As always, our conference will provide an opportunity to network with your colleagues from across the country about challenges facing practitioners in this field.
This conference is open to anyone working on a college or university campus, or those with campuses in their community, including law enforcement, advocates, and other service providers. Registration is free of charge. Please note that priority for registration is given to grantees of the U.S. Department of Justice Office on Violence Against Women.
Today's schools face a host of interrelated issues and challenges that influence student safety, well-being, and achievement. This conference concentrates on what is currently being done and what we can improve upon to positively affect key issues the Office of Safe and Drug-Free Schools (OSDFS) is striving to improve upon across our nations schools. Community leaders will have an opportunity to explore these topics show how we can take action on these new initiatives.
Sessions at the conference will focus on youth alcohol and drug abuse prevention; bullying and cyberbullying; violence prevention in schools; emergency management; health, mental health, and physical education; data collection; special populations; and emerging issues. The conference targets potential OSDFS grantees, juvenile justice practitioners, policymakers, education and prevention leaders, and school administrators, among others.
Registration is available online. Online registration will close on July 22, 2011, or when space is no longer available.
NNEDV and NAESV are once again partnering for our annual
Advocacy Day. This year, more than ever, we need you on the Hill!
• Tuesday: Participants Arrive
• Wednesday: Full Day Training and Post-Training Appetizers
• Thursday: Congressional Breakfast, Hill Visits and Afternoon Debrief
• Friday: Grant Administration Discussion with Judge Sue Carbon and other OVW Representatives
Stay tuned for more information and registration details.
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