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Training

Access all of OVC's training resources, including standardized, face-to-face trainings and online modules. A sample of OVC's training resources that may be helpful to building your organization's capacity to serve crime victims in Indian Country are listed below:

Training

Gather a group of victim service and allied professionals in your area and arrange a meeting space. OVC will provide instructors, an onsite coordinator, instructor training materials, and a Participant Manual for each participant.

Building Resiliency in Child Abuse Organizations

CEUs: 0.7 CEU Length: 1 Day

Summary:

The goal of this 1-day training is to identify the five individual elements of resiliency and explore how they can be implemented in an organization through policies, supervisory techniques, and training.
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Identifying and Responding to Elder Abuse

CEUs: 1.6 CEUs Length: 2.5 Days

Summary:

This training is designed for victim advocates and other allied professionals. Through interactive exercises you will learn to recognize the risk factors for and indicators of elder abuse among older persons; name the types of elder abuse, relevant statutes, and responsibilities of a mandated reporter; and intervene appropriately and collaborate with other organizations and agencies involved with elder abuse. You will also practice techniques for communicating with older adults, explore the challenges and benefits of working on a multidisciplinary team, and develop a blueprint for collaboration based on a case study.
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Increasing Effectiveness of Child Welfare Workers for Child Victims of Trauma

CEUs: 0.4 CEU Length: 4.5 Hours

Summary:

This training provides an overview of the most current trauma-focused, evidenced-based treatments and tools for child welfare workers and CPS professionals. Your understanding of these assessment tools and treatments is essential in order to provide support and referrals for children who faced violence.
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Serving Survivors of Homicide Victims

CEUs: 1.2 CEUs Length: 2 Days

Summary:

This training begins with interviews of several survivors of homicide victims. They tell their stories of grief, trauma, and ultimately – resilience. The case study of one of the survivors is threaded throughout training to help participants understand how one survivor coped with the devastating grief resulting from the homicide of a family member, and the resilience that helped alleviate the pain and lead to healing.
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* If you are considering offering this training, please note that you must arrange a panel discussion.

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Online Training

Access interactive training in a variety of subject areas. Programs are available to take on your own schedule, at your own pace, from your own computer.

Tribal Justice Systems

45 minutes

Summary:

Takes a high-level look at the various types of justice used in tribal areas. Tribal justice systems can vary from traditional Western-style systems to tribal courts and traditional courts, including family and community forums.

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If this is your first time using OVC TTAC's Learning Management System, click the "Create an account" link to register. Watch our orientation video for step-by-step instructions and helpful tips.

American Indian/Alaska Native Populations

45 minutes

Summary:

The American Indian/Alaska Native Populations module covers key issues impacting American Indian and Alaska Native victims of crime. It also describes barriers American Indian and Alaska Native victims face when seeking help after being the victims of crime, and provides strategies for serving American Indian and Alaska Native victims.

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If this is your first time using OVC TTAC's Learning Management System, click the "Create an account" link to register. Watch our orientation video for step-by-step instructions and helpful tips.


 
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