For more information about upcoming trainings and webinars, contact the Coalition at 402-476-6256 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Each year the Coalition provided numerous trainings and presentations to local domestic violence/sexual assault programs, social service organizations, public policy organizations, faith based organizations, and other agencies. Trainings are typically offered on a regional or statewide level, while local training requests are shared with the domestic violence/sexual assault program in that area.
Trainings can be offered in a variety of formats, including in person and via webinar. A variety of topics are available.
During 2012, the Coalition provided numerous training, education, and technical assistance opportunities, including:
• 23 trainings for the network of domestic violence/sexual assault programs, totaling 189.5 training hours
• 42 trainings in multi-disciplinary forums (including 19 statewide trainings and 1 national conference), totaling 155.5 training hours
To request a training or for more information, please contact the Coalition office at 402-476-6256 or email@example.com
National Training Resources
In addition to the trainings and webinars offered by the Coalition, there are a variety of national organizations that offer online training opportunities, such as webinars and e-learning courses. In many cases these are recorded and available through the website at a later date. Some of the organizations that the Coalition recommends are listed below.
Ending Violence Against Women International (EVAWI): www.evawintl.org
Website includes an online training institute.
Battered Women’s Justice Project: www.bwjp.org
Various webinars on topics such as military communities and violence, child protective services, and more.
Futures Without Violence: www.futureswithoutviolence.org
Various related to human trafficking, health care responses to domestic violence, children/youth related issues and more.
Immigrant Legal Resource Center:www.ilrc.org/Immigration-Law-Trainings-Seminars-and-Webinars
Various webinars related to legal remedies such as the VAWA self-petition and U Visa. *There is a cost to participate in the webinars.
Jewish Women International: www.jwi.org
JWI offers various webinars related to domestic violence and dating violence. National experts are often the featured speakers. *There is a cost to participate in the webinars.
National Judicial Education Project: www.legalmomentum.org/national-judicial-education-program
Website includes a free webcourse on intimate partner sexual abuse.
National Sexual Violence Resource Center: www.nsvrc.org
The NSVRC has webinars and e-learning courses on a variety of topics as well as a series specific to rural communities.
Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse: www.nwnetwork.org
Various topics related to supporting survivors who are part of the LGBT communities.
Praxis International: www.praxisinternational.org
Various topics related to systems advocacy, children/youth related issues, collaboration, etc.
Various webinars and e-learning courses related to primary prevention, bystander engagement, engaging men and boys, changing social norms, etc.
UN Women’s Virtual Knowledge Centre:www.endvawnow.org
Site includes various webinars related to domestic and sexual violence services and prevention.
Veto Violence (Violence Education Tools Online):http://vetoviolence.cdc.gov
The site is sponsored by the CDC. It includes e-learning courses and other tools related to addressing and preventing domestic and sexual violence.
Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence:http://learn.wscadv.org/
Webinars and e-learning courses on a variety of advocacy related topics. These are free but you must create an account in order to access them