June

2016

Tuesday

(1 Event)

June
14

BASIC ADVOCACY TRAINING: "PRINCIPLES OF PRIMARY PREVENTION”

9:30am

Time9:30am - 4pm

LocationAction Alliance Training Center, Richmond

DescriptionPrimary prevention programs are focused on reducing or eliminating the first-time perpetration of sexual violence and initmate partner violence (SV/IPV). This means figuring out what factors make some people more at-risk to perpetrate SV/IPV, and changing or interrupting those factors. This training delves into the key concepts underlying this innovative work, highlights promising practices from the field, and includes an overview of Virginia's Guidelines for the Primary Prevention of Sexual Violence & Intimate Partner Violence used by sexual and domestic violence agencies throughout Virginia and across the country.

BAT trainings are designed for advocates working with people who have experienced/are experiencing sexual and/or domestic violence and are conducted by members of the Action Alliance Training Institute Faculty and Staff. While this series is designed for staff and volunteers of Sexual and Domestic Violence Agencies (SDVAs), the content is also helpful to allied professionals including healthcare providers, therapists/counselors, homeless services, faith communities, social workers, victim/witness assistance staff, and more. The trainings help participants learn about and practice many of the basic skills necessary for effective advocacy. Each Basic Advocacy Training focuses on a topical area.

COST:
SDVA Member - $45.00
Professional or Affiliate Member - $55.00
Lifetime Member - $65.00
Non-members - $75.00

REGISTER (copy link):
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ContactAction Alliance Training Institute
894.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

Wednesday

(1 Event)

June
15

WEBINAR: "VADATA”

10am

Time10am - 11am

Location

DescriptionPresented by Action Alliance Staff In this webinar, participants will learn the basics about VAdata - overview of VAdata forms, tools, and reports. This webinar would also be beneficial for staff who have not had a VAdata training in a while; there are lots of new tools, reports, and other utilities to support ease of data entry and data quality.

Intended audience: Sexual and Domestic Violence Agencies Directors and program staff responsible for grant reporting.

COST:
FREE for all Action Alliance Members
$30 for Non-Members

REGISTER (copy link):
https://app.etapestry.com/cart/VirginiaSexualDomestic/cart2/category.php?ref=196.0.236054935

ContactAction Alliance Training Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

Tuesday

(1 Event)

June
21

WEBINAR: "LGBTQ 101”

10am

Time10am - 11am

Location

DescriptionThis webinar will provide basic information about Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer identities with a particular focus on understanding the differences between sexual orientation and gender identity.

If you are unfamiliar with the LGBTQ community and would like to enhance your knowledge before attending the LGBTQ 201 Continuing Advocacy Training or if you'd like a refresher, this webinar is perfect for you.

COST:
FREE for all Action Alliance Members
$30 for Non-Members

REGISTER (copy link):
https://app.etapestry.com/cart/VirginiaSexualDomestic/cart2/category.php?ref=196.0.237306467

ContactAction Alliance Training Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

Wednesday

(1 Event)

June
22

INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY/ADVOCATE SUMMIT

LocationTBA

DescriptionFor more information, contact the Training Institute

ContactAction Alliance Training Institute
804.377.0335
training@vsdvalliance.org

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