Training our Community
It takes everyone in our community to end domestic violence—from the courthouse to how to write a lab report for ap biology the schoolhouse, from corporations to clinicians. When we make a difference, it is together. Our role is to train our community and make tools available to those who will train others. Technical assistance from our staff strengthens the work of service providers, while collaboration with community partners ensures we fill any gaps.
Have a look at our Community Education Opportunities for information on the different seminars we offer, each tailored to instruct specific subsets of our community.
Are you looking for training you can implement in your workplace? Our @Work program offers education for HR professionals, managers/supervisors, employees, and business owners on how to recognize, respond, and refer when someone at the workplace is a victim of violence. Click here to learn more.
Do you have questions, or wish to request training for your organization? Fill out our Request Training form, and one of our team do my homework cheap members will get back to you as soon as possible.