This one-day training will be useful for both new and seasoned sexual violence prevention professionals who are interested in teaching course content relating to sexual violence and/or sexual health. This training will focus specifically on the middle and high school lessons of the FLASH curriculum(link is external).We will cover the foundations of sexual health, sexual violence prevention, and healthy sexuality. We will build skills to answer difficult and value-laden questions, as well as presenting current best practices in the fields of sexual health education and sexual violence prevention.Participants will have a chance to observe portions of several FLASH lessons. This interactive and highly informative training will prepare participants to present evidence-based sexual violence prevention lessons, to better partner with sexual health educators, and understand how comprehensive sexual health education truly is sexual violence prevention.
Strengthening Military-Civilian Community Partnerships To Respond to Sexual Assault is an interactive training that helps participants establish partnerships with local military installations in order to effectively respond to the needs of sexual assault victims in the military. Throughout this training, participants will build systems knowledge about military systems, protocols, and culture to improve service provision to military sexual assault victims and to develop an appreciation of the perspectives of their future collaborative partners. Training participants will gain information and skills related to:• On-installation resources, including the Sexual Assault Response Coordinator (SARC), the military's single point of contact for matters related to sexual assault prevention and response and the military victim advocate.• Building successful collaborations, including the importance of writing Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) between their community-based program and local military installations to define roles, formalize agreements, and guarantee the longevity and continuity of such agreements.With the knowledge gained through this training process, in combination with their existing expertise in responding to sexual assault, participants will be able to serve as knowledgeable resources to military installations throughout the United States.WCSAP has funding available for participants from Member Programs to attend this training. For any questions or more information you can email Leah Holland or call (360) 754-7583.
Washington Coalition of Sexual Assault Programs (WCSAP)
The goals of our conference are to unite agencies and individuals working to end sexual violence, to provide educational opportunities to deepen our understanding of sexual violence, and to facilitate social change.The theme of this year’s conference is Celebrating Resilience.As advocates and preventionists working to end sexual violence, we have needed to be resilient. While this need has made us stronger, it does not always feel like a gift. This year we want to acknowledge the value of resilience within ourselves, to celebrate this amazing ability, and to cultivate a community of care. It is the resilience in our lives, our communities, and our movement that inspires each of us to work for what seems impossible at times: the end of oppression and violence. This conference is a chance to connect to our co-workers, allies, and supporters, and to renew our energy, focus, and creativity. There is more work to do and we need to recharge in order to take on this challenge.For more information, visit their website.
The goals of our conference are to unite agencies and individuals working to end sexual violence, to provide educational opportunities to deepen our understanding of sexual violence, and to facilitate social change.This year’s conference theme is Communities Uniting for Change.The power to make change comes from working together and sharing in the vision of communities free from violence.The WCSAP Annual Conference is a place to share, discuss, and explore the personal connections and creative solutions essential to our efforts to end sexual violence.
This 30-hour Advocate Core Training program is designed to help new sexual assault advocates provide responsive and effective advocacy to survivors of sexual assault. This training meets the requirements outlined by the Office of Crime Victims Advocacy.
The goals of the conference are to unite agencies and individuals working to end sexual violence, to provide educational opportunities to deepen our understanding of sexual violence, and to facilitate social change. This year's conference theme is Communities Uniting for Change. The power to make changes comes from working together and sharing in the vision of communities free from violence. The WCSAP Annual conference is a place to share, discuss, and explore the personal connections and creative solutions essential to our efforts to end sexual violence.
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