Domestic Violence Training & Presentations
CRC educators offer violence prevention presentations and trainings to area colleges and schools, community groups, businesses and individuals including Understanding Domestic Violence, Healthy Relationships and Teen Relationship Violence Prevention, and a comprehensive 40-hour Domestic Violence Advocate Training.
Do you want to learn more about …
- How abuse and violence occur in relationships
- Types of violence
- Warning signs for relationship violence
- How to stay safe
- How to help
- Healthy Relationships
Please contact Jani Sepanik, CRC Domestic Violence Education and Prevention Manager at: email@example.com
Healthy Relationships 101 Summer Program
August 5, 6 & 7, 12pm to 1pm
Love is respect!
Join us for a three-session virtual training that will cover a variety of topics surrounding healthy relationships and teen advocacy. Students will receive a certificate of completion for this Healthy Relationship Advocate Training after participating in all three webinars. This training is intended for high school students. Our training is free of cost and is limited to 20 students.
August 5 – Healthy Relationships 101: Defining Teen Relationships: Caring or Controlling?
August 6 – Healthy Relationships 101: The Signs of Healthy and Unhealthy Relationships
August 7 – Healthy Relationships 101: How to get help? How to be an advocate?
Please register by August 2 at this link.
It only requires registration once and one link will work for all three days. However, an email reminder with the link will be sent to students every day. Students will be asked to download Ring Central Meetings prior to joining the webinar (it only takes a minute). We will email participants with instructions once you are registered.
Questions? Please contact Luis Canseco at firstname.lastname@example.org.
40-Hour Domestic Violence Advocate Training
Together we can heal, prevent and end domestic violence!
Learn from experts presenting the most current information on the danger and effects of interpersonal violence in our society and how to empower and guide survivors to safety and healing. This training provides the most cutting-edge information on domestic violence as presented by experts in the field. Topics include crisis intervention techniques, criminal justice responses to DV, cultural competency & diversity, trauma informed care, and professional boundaries in advocacy relationships. Educate yourself on the dangers and effects of violence in our society. Learn to effectively assist, empower & guide victims to safety and discover what part YOU can play in healing and ending domestic violence!
This training meets the State of California Domestic Violence Counselors 40-hour Training Curriculum pursuant to California Evidence Code 1037.1.
Participants must attend all sessions to have the training certified.
For more information or to be notified when class registration begins, please contact Jani Sepanik, Domestic Violence Education and Prevention Manager at Jsepanik@crcncc.org.