Upcoming Trainings

Domestic Violence: What Every Front-line Advocate Should Know

This in person training will be held in 2 consective all day training sessions.  Homework assignments will be given between the live sessions, and the total time commitment will be approximately 20 hours. Please be sure you can meet this time commitment before registering for the training. To receive a certificate of attendance, you must fully attend all day, both days. 

 This training is designed to provide new advocates and domestic violence program staff the basic principles of working with victims of domestic violence.  A variety of topics are addressed including:

• Dynamics of domestic violence

• Barriers faced by victims

• Cultural humility

• Lethality indicators

• Safety planning

• Crisis intervention and crisis line work

• Advocacy foundations such as empowerment, ethics and confidentiality

This interactive training is provided by GCADV staff utilizing lecture, small group activities, role-plays, audiovisuals, and exciting discussion. The training is an excellent opportunity for new advocates to gain a thorough understanding of domestic violence advocacy or for experienced advocates looking for a “refresher” on core knowledge and skills.  

09/13/2022 09:00 AM - 09/14/2022 06:00 PM

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Domestic Violence: What Every Front-line Advocate Should Know

This in person training will be held in 2 consective all day training sessions.  Homework assignments will be given between the live sessions, and the total time commitment will be approximately 20 hours. Please be sure you can meet this time commitment before registering for the training. To receive a certificate of attendance, you must fully attend all day, both days. 

 This training is designed to provide new advocates and domestic violence program staff the basic principles of working with victims of domestic violence.  A variety of topics are addressed including:

• Dynamics of domestic violence

• Barriers faced by victims

• Cultural humility

• Lethality indicators

• Safety planning

• Crisis intervention and crisis line work

• Advocacy foundations such as empowerment, ethics and confidentiality

This interactive training is provided by GCADV staff utilizing lecture, small group activities, role-plays, audiovisuals, and exciting discussion. The training is an excellent opportunity for new advocates to gain a thorough understanding of domestic violence advocacy or for experienced advocates looking for a “refresher” on core knowledge and skills.  

12/05/2022 09:00 AM - 12/12/2022

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