Statewide Conferences and Regional Trainings

SCCADVASA hosts statewide conferences and regional trainings are opportunities for professionals to learn from state and national experts on best-practices while networking with other allies from around the state of South Carolina. These trainings can last a day or more and usually provide continuing education credit for a variety of professional disciplines. Consult the brochure for each conference/training for more information.

To register for a conference or regional training:

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*Remember, you’re not fully registered for any SCCADVASA training until you receive an email with your confirmation information/number.

Upcoming Statewide Conferences or Regional Training's:

Click here to register for an upcoming training or like SCCADVASA’s Facebook page to receive updates about upcoming conferences and trainings. 

 

Training:  Advanced Confidentiality Institute: Keeping Information Safe for Survivors of Sexual Assault and Domestic Violence

November 29th 9:00am - 5:00pm

Columbia, SC

This is an advanced training.  This training is appropriate for DV/SA Advocates, Law Enforcement Investigators, Law Enforcement Victim Advocates (LEVA) and Child Advocates who have experience working with survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault.  Registration opens October 24, 2017 through November 17, 2017.  This is a free training.

Participants will be better able to:

1. Explain the importance of survivors' privacy (including how power and privilege impact the need for privacy).

2. Meet VAWA privacy requirements.

3. Explain and apply child and vulnerable adult abuse reporting laws.

4. Make referrals and engage in work-related community collaborations without jeopardizing survivors' privacy.

5. Identify challenges advocates face when serving minors and consider how to address those challenges.

 

Annual Domestic Violence Conference

January 16th & 17th, 2018 

Columbia, SC

Check back for registration information.