Course Details

Course Description

According to the 2018 Georgia Fatality Review Report, the severity of intimate partner violence is often greater in cases where the pattern of abuse was established during adolescence.  In Georgia, 336,000 young people first experienced violence by their intimate partner before the age of 18.

In honor of Teen Dating Violence Awareness Month, join the Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence for the Teen Dating Violence 101 webinar.  This introductory webinar will discuss what teen dating violence is, the unique challenges that young people face and what communities in Georgia can do to address and prevent dating violence in their communities.

Continuing Education Hours: 1.5

This course is approved by the Criminal Justice Coordinating Council for 1.5 continuing education hours for domestic violence advocates.  After viewing the webinar, you will have the option to take a quiz and download a certificate of completion.


Those who complete the course will be able to:

  • Define teen dating violence

  • Describe the unique challenges that young people face in accessing help and safety from dating violence

  • Identify steps that can be taken in communities to address and prevent teen dating violence


Indended Audience

Advocates and administrative staff from domestic violence programs