The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence

GCADV Training and Events

Upcoming Events

Save the Date:  GCADV’s “Stand Luncheon: A Movement. An Impact. A Legacy”
Hosted by The Atlanta Woman’s Club
Sunday, October 11, 2015, 1:30 PM – 3:30 PM, The Wimbish House, Atlanta, Georgia

 

GCADV Training

The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence offers a variety of trainings to domestic violence programs and other professionals to strengthen our state’s response to domestic violence and ensure that victims receive the best advocacy services possible.

GCADV 2015 Training Calendar

Engaging the Media to Change Social Norms
May 29, 2015
Webinar
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Free to all participants
Co-sponsored w/ The Georgia Commission on Family Violence

Confidentiality Webinar Series
May through October 2015
• Data Privacy and Confidentiality
• Documentation and Data Collection Parts 1 and 2
• Federal and State Confidentiality Protections and Exceptions
• Community Partnerships and Confidentiality

Creating Trauma-Informed Environments, Advocacy and Supports
June 11th, 2015 (repeat of November 2014 training)
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Atlanta, GA
Free to all participants

Domestic Violence: What Every Frontline Advocate Should Know
June 23-25, 2015
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Atlanta, GA
Free to GCADV Members, $100 for non-members

Strategies for Roll Call Trainings for Law Enforcement
July 2015, Date TBA
Webinar
2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Free to all participants
Co-sponsored w/ The Georgia Commission on Family Violence

Outreach and Intervention with Teens
July 2015, Date TBA
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Atlanta, GA
Free to all participants

Connecting the Dots During Crisis Calls…responding to survivors’ needs for safety, information and shelter
July through September 2015, Dates TBA
½ day trainings
Regions throughout GA
Free to all participants

Creating Trauma-Informed Organizations/Trauma-Informed Supervision
August 2015, Date TBA
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Atlanta, GA
Free to all participants

Advocacy with LGBT Survivors of Intimate Partner Violence
September 2015, Date TBA
Atlanta, GA
Free to all participants

Domestic Violence: What Every Frontline Advocate Should Know
September 15-17, 2015
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Macon, GA
Free to GCADV Members, $100 for non-members

Trauma-Informed Services for Survivors with Mental Illness and Substance Abuse Issues
October 2015, Date TBA
9:00 am – 5:00 pm
Atlanta, GA
Free to all participants

Domestic Violence: What Every Frontline Advocate Should Know
November 17-19, 2015
9:00 am to 5:00 pm
Atlanta, GA
Free to GCADV Members, $100 for non-members

Ultimate Trainer Training-of-Trainers, OVC T-Tec
December 2015 (2 ½ days), Dates TBA
Atlanta, GA
GCADV Members Only, Free

Board of Directors Training
Scheduled on request for GCADV Member Organizations; provided on-site or location of your choice and customized to your board’s needs!
Free to GCADV Members (trainer travel costs requested)

Materials from Past Trainings

Advocacy in a Changing Landscape: Responding to Domestic Violence Within the Latino Community – August 11-12, 2011 – Atlanta, GA

Educational Materials

GCADV offers member programs a variety of brochures, promotional items and library materials that are distributed statewide.  In some circumstances, GCADV can provide educational materials to members of the community for a fee.  Please call for details.

Additional Training Resources

The following link will take you to an excellent training on the intersection of domestic violence and pet abuse.  It covers some Americans with Disabilities laws related to pets in shelter.

http://video.wscadv.org/ServiceAnimalsInShelterApr09/lib/playback.html

The following link will take you to the online training,  “Dating Matters, Understanding Teen Dating Violence Prevention,” a 60-minute online training course.

http://www.vetoviolence.org/datingmatters/

Please check back soon for additional training recommendations.

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