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Successfully Investigating Sexual Assault Against Victims with Disabilities

  • End Violence Against Women International
  • 2014
  • EVAWI developed a free training module and hosted a webinar to provide guidance on how to successfully investigate sexual assaults against people with disabilities.The course module offers 18 hours of continuing education units for those who are eligible. Access the course through their Online Training Institute.

    You can access a recorded version of the webinar and obtain a copy of the slides through their webinar archive

    Sexual Violence in Disasters: Developing a Plan for Sexual Violence Prevention and Response

  • National Sexual Violence Resource Center
  • 2013
  • This online course is designed to assist local and state sexual violence preventionists, victim advocates, and their community partners in creating pre-disaster plans for their organizations and communities.It highlights four core components of a pre-disaster plan to help organizations recover quickly and continue to provide vital services in a disaster. (~1 hour)

    Evaluating Sexual Violence Prevention Programs: Steps and Strategies for Preventionists

  • National Sexual Violence Resource Center
  • 2012
  • This interactive online course walks the user through the basic steps of evaluating the impact of sexual violence prevention programs.  Users will learn the key issues to consider at each of the following steps:

    Step 1: Clarifying Goals and Objectives

    Step 2: Planning Evaluation Design

    Step 3: Choosing Measurement Tools

    Step 4: Collecting Data

    Sexual Violence in Disasters: Understanding the Scope of the Problem

  • National Sexual Violence Resource Center
  • 2012
  • (~1 hour) This interactive online course addresses the increased vulnerability to sexual violence that can occur during and after disasters. Participants will learn about the connections between oppression, sexual violence, and disasters. With case studies from Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath, and examples from other recent calamities around the world, the module highlights the need for pre-planning to prevent and respond to sexual violence in future disasters.

    Elder Sexual Abuse

  • Holly Ramsey-Klawsnik
  • 2009
  • This is a home study course where social workers can earn 2 CEs. How it works: Read CE program, complete the post-test/evaluation, mail them to the Chapter office with your check. Score 80% or better and NASW will mail you a certificate for your CEs. Specific topics covered include definitions

    Sexual Harassment: Trend of Turning Point, A self-paced sexual harassment prevention course

  • Harvill, Fire Protection Publications, Oklahoma State University
  • 2006
  • The method of this online workbook is to help users analyze actual workplace scenarios, put themselves in the role of both victim and harasser, and covertly practice what they would do if a similar incident occurred. This workbook also takes a look at the individual - offering self-reflection on who you are, what your tendencies are, and how much you trust yourself regarding your reactions and perceptions during critical incidents.

    Sexual Assault Advocate/Counselor Training

  • The Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC)
  • Designed for use by trainers, this 2-day curriculum teaches advocates about advocacy/counseling, the realities and impact of sexual assault, procedures to follow in common situations, techniques to support recovery, and compassion fatigue and self-care. The curriculum focuses on intervening with individuals in a crisis rather than long-term and group counseling.