April

2015

Tuesday

(1 Event)

April
7

TA Call: Assessing Readiness to Serve LGBTQ Survivors

10am

Time10am - 11am

LocationTeleconference

DescriptionTechnical assistance calls are free for all staff and volunteers of member Sexual and Domestic
Violence Agencies. Details about each session will be sent out via email and posted on our website at least one month ahead.

Please register through the Action Alliance website at www.vsdvalliance.org.

ContactTraining Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

Friday

(1 Event)

April
10

VAdata Training

10am

Time10am - 1pm

LocationRichmond

DescriptionAre you a Director who wants to learn more about what VAdata can do for you?

Are you responsible for your agency’s grant reporting and want to learn more about how VAdata can make your grant reporting easier?

Did you know that VAdata provides 14 different data reports, including reports for your primary grants through DCJS and VDSS?

Are you hesitant to trust the reports in VAdata? If so, this VAdata report training is just what you’re looking for!

After this training you will understand: When and how to use the reports in VAdata; queries - how to use them to audit VAdata and retrieve information you’ve put into VAdata; how to use VAdata reports in grant writing, public awareness, and other community awareness activities; and how VAdata data entry impacts your quarterly statistical reports.

Intended audience: Staff & volunteers of Sexual and Domestic Violence Agencies

Cost: $20 includes materials (no lunch); member discounts available.

ContactTraining Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

Wednesday

(1 Event)

April
22

Building Healthy Futures Conference: Re-imagining Men’s Role in the Movement to End Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence

All Day

Date4/22/15 - 4/23/15 All Day

LocationRichmond

DescriptionJoin the Action Alliance for this 2-day conference to engage in critical thinking on men’s role in the movement to end sexual and intimate partner violence.

Hear a variety of perspectives on men’s engagement
and the multitude of critical questions that are raised as we deconstruct gender, masculinity, sexuality, and violence as it relates to both prevention and intervention programming and services for survivors.

Topics include:
• Constructs of gender and identity - how does it all relate?
• Working in solidarity with other social justice movements
• Anti-oppression/racial justice work as it relates to men’s engagement in sexual and intimate partner violence prevention
• Where do women fit in “engaging men” work?
• Masculinity in the African American community
• Engaging men in faith communities
• Healthy Sexuality
• Engaging men on campus
• Community mobilizing strategies
• Working with male survivors

Intended audience: Staff & volunteers of Sexual and Domestic Violence Agencies, public health, child abuse prevention and treatment, school resource officers, teachers, juvenile justice, counselors, and anyone else interested in learning strategies to prevent intimate partner violence and sexual violence!

Cost: $125 includes materials and lunch; member discounts available.

Please register at www.vsdvalliance.org.

ContactTraining Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

Thursday

(1 Event)

April
23

Building Healthy Futures Conference: Re-imagining Men’s Role in the Movement to End Sexual and Intimate Partner Violence

All Day

Date4/22/15 - 4/23/15 All Day

LocationRichmond

DescriptionJoin the Action Alliance for this 2-day conference to engage in critical thinking on men’s role in the movement to end sexual and intimate partner violence.

Hear a variety of perspectives on men’s engagement
and the multitude of critical questions that are raised as we deconstruct gender, masculinity, sexuality, and violence as it relates to both prevention and intervention programming and services for survivors.

Topics include:
• Constructs of gender and identity - how does it all relate?
• Working in solidarity with other social justice movements
• Anti-oppression/racial justice work as it relates to men’s engagement in sexual and intimate partner violence prevention
• Where do women fit in “engaging men” work?
• Masculinity in the African American community
• Engaging men in faith communities
• Healthy Sexuality
• Engaging men on campus
• Community mobilizing strategies
• Working with male survivors

Intended audience: Staff & volunteers of Sexual and Domestic Violence Agencies, public health, child abuse prevention and treatment, school resource officers, teachers, juvenile justice, counselors, and anyone else interested in learning strategies to prevent intimate partner violence and sexual violence!

Cost: $125 includes materials and lunch; member discounts available.

Please register at www.vsdvalliance.org.

ContactTraining Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

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