Training Calendar

Upcoming ICADV Trainings

The Legalities of Intimate Partner Violence~ Criminal Issues
April 15
Presented by ICADV Legal Counsel Kerry Hyatt Blomquist

This webinar will focus on the CRIMINAL  legal issues that surrounding intimate partner violence.  What are the criminal implications of protective orders? What are the “crimes of domestic violence”? How does the court address other criminal actions when it involves intimate partners.  Knowledge is power.  Empower yourself and the clients you serve by learning the answers to these and many other legal questions.  Primarily for new advocates, but you can never have too much knowledge

When: RESCHEDULED for Tuesday, April 22, 2014; 2-3 pm
Registration REQUIRED    Click here.

How to Train Your Community; A DV101 Training of Trainers~
April 23, 2014; Indianapolis, IN
Facilitated by ICADV Training Coordinator Caryn Burton

Key functions of every domestic violence service agency are raising public awareness and educating the wider community about the realities of intimate partner violence. But standing up in front of a room of people can be a daunting prospect, even when discussing a subject you know inside and out. And where do you even start in putting material together? This training will provide participants with the basic tools not only to create a quality training, but to educate the wider community about the realities of intimate partner violence.

To register for the upcoming How to Train Your Community; A DV101 Training of Trainers, please complete the registration form found at the link below. The training will take place Wednesday, April 23rd from 8:30 am – 5:00 pm at INCAA, 1845 W 18th St, Indianapolis, IN 46202. If you have any problems or questions, contact Caryn Burton or call 317-917-3685.

What:    How to Train Your Community; A DV101 Training of Trainers
Where:   April 23, 2014; 8:30 am – 5:00 pm
Where:    INCAA Conference Room, 1845 W 18th St, Indianapolis, IN  46202
Registration  FREE but required.   Click here .

 

Peer Review Updates Training
Facilitated by ICADV Program Coordinator Jessica Marcum Jacobs and Peer Review Consultant Terri Noone

ICADV is hosting regional trainings for the new 2014-2016 Peer Review Standards. Participants in the training will learn about the new standards, as well as be trained as peer review team members. All agencies are required to have two trained staff members prepared to participate in review teams conducting peer review visits.  Since there are several significant changes to the standards, which take effect July 1, 2014, programs are encouraged to send as many key staff as possible to one of the six regional trainings.

Training Dates & Locations;
Terre Haute: May 5, 10 am – 4 pm
Vigo Co Public Library, 1 Library Sq, Terre Haute, IN
Hosted by the Council on Domestic Abuse

Muncie: May 8, 10 am – 4 pm
A Better Way Business Offc, 806 W Jackson St, Muncie, IN
Hosted by A Better Way, Inc.

Ft Wayne: May 13, 10 am – 4 pm
YWCA of Northeast IN, 1610 Spy Run Ave, Ft Wayne, IN
Hosted by the YWCA of Northeast IN

Crown Point: May 15, 10 am – 4 pm
Bethel Church, 102002 Broadway, Crown Point, IN
Hosted by St Jude House

Vincennes: May 19, 10 am – 4 pm
Vincennes University Beckes Student Union Ft Sackville Rm, 1001 N 2nd St, Vincennes, IN
Hosted by Hope’s Voice

Batesville: May 22, 10 am – 4 pm
Margaret Mead Hospital Administrative Conference Rm, 321 Mitchell Rd, Batesville, IN
Hosted by Safe Passage

REGISTRATION  Required. Click here. 

 

Trauma Informed Services Training Series, Level THREE
Various dates and locations
Presented by Dr Carla Gaff Clark
This training, Level Three of the Trauma Informed Care series, will focus heavily on advocates and the stress and trauma they experience while working in this field. Secondary trauma is commonly referred to as “the stress resulting from helping or wanting to help a traumatized or suffering person”. It is psychological phenomenon in which the caregiver experiences many of the common feelings and symptoms associated with victimization.  Secondary Trauma Stress (STS) can affect all aspects of one’s life: cognitive, emotional, behavioral, spiritual, interpersonal and physical.

Why should organizations be concerned about secondary trauma and its’ impact on their staff?

The costs of recruiting, hiring and training new staff are significant. Secondary trauma is a contributing factor to turnover. Turnover brings down staff morale, increases the workload of remaining staff, results in poor continuity of care for children and families, and prevents organizations from forming a high functioning and cohesive workforce. In addition, the quality and quantity of a staff member’s work may suffer if they have been secondarily traumatized and do not receive assistance.

The training is free and will offer CEUs through the Indiana Professional Licensing Bureau.

Marion: April 24, 12 – 3 pm
Marion Public Library, 600 W Washington St, Marion; Hosted by Hands of Hope
Call Linda @ 765-662-9971 X 123 to register

Sellersburg: April 29, 12 – 3 pm
Hosted by The Center for Women & Families
Call Shelley at 812-944-6743 to register and for location

Muncie: May 6, 9 am – 12 pm
Hosted by A Better Way, Inc.
Call Teresa at 765-747-9107 to register and for location

Ft Wayne: May 7, 1 – 4 pm
Hosted by the YWCA of Northeast IN
Call Debby at 260-424-4908 X 255 to register and for location

Greencastle: May 8, 1-4 pm
Putnam Co Public Library, 103 E Poplar St, Greencastle; Hosted by Putnam Co Family Support Services
Call Elizabeth @ 765-653-4820 to register

Kokomo: May 12, 1 – 4 pm
Hosted by the Family Service Assoc of Howard Co DV Program
Call Pam at 765-457-9313 to register and for location

Bloomington: May 13, 9 am – 12 pm
Monroe Co Public Library, 303 E Kirkwood Ave, Bloomington; Hosted by Middle Way House
Call Debra at 812-337-4510 to register

Indianapolis: May 28, 1 – 4 pm
Julian Center Admin Bldg, 2011 N Meridian St, Indianapolis; Hosted by The Julian Center
Email Betsy @ bwhaley@juliancenter.org to register

Crown Point: June 20, 1 – 4 pm
Bethel Church, 10202 Broadway St, Crown Point; Hosted by St Jude House
Call Joy @ 219-662-7066 to register

Columbus: June 27, 1 – 4 pm
United Way of Bartholomew Co, 1531 13th St, Columbus; Hosted by Turning Point
Call Haley or Jessica at 812-379-5575 to register

** All times are local. Please double-check the time zone of your chosen location**

 

The Legalities of Intimate Partner Violence~ Civil Issues
May 6
Presented by ICADV Legal Counsel Kerry Hyatt Blomquist

This webinar will focus on the CIVIL legal issues that surrounding intimate partner violence.  What are the legal issues addressed in protective orders and what does the statute require? How does the existence of IPV impact divorce or paternity cases? What if your client needs to relocate?  Knowledge is power.  Empower yourself and the clients you serve by learning the answers to these and many other legal questions. Primarily for new advocates, but you can never have too much knowledge

When:      Tuesday, May 6, 2014; 2 – 3 pm
Registration  REQUIRED.     Click here to register.

 

WEBINAR~  U Visas: What Law Enforcement Needs to Know
May 20
Presented by ICADV Legal Counsel Kerry Hyatt Blomquist

In Indiana, many legal advocates have encountered significant challenges in securing U visa certifications from law enforcement agencies for immigrant victims of crime. Many requests have been denied by Indiana law enforcement agencies where clients were victims of rape, home invasion, and domestic violence. In this webinar, we will discuss why sign-offs are so important and what it does and does not require of law enforcement.  Please publicize to your law enforcement partners and jurisdictions.

When: Tuesday, May 20, 2014; 2-3:30pm
Registration REQUIRED.  Click here

 

Trainings In Partnership

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