Training & Events

 

SCCADVASA’s knowledgeable and experienced staff provides extensive in-person and online trainings on issues impacting survivors of sexual and domestic violence. Most of these training opportunities provide credit hours for victim service providers, attorneys, law enforcement, or social workers.  Education is crucial to our efforts to eradicate sexual and domestic violence across South Carolina.  For questions about one of our upcoming training events, or to schedule a training for your organization, please contact SCCADVASA’s Training Coordinator, Donna Thompson, at dthompson@sccadvasa.org or (803) 256-2900.

Upcoming Events (Click link to register or for more info)

02/9-02/11- Victim Service Provider Core Certification

Certification and continuing education requirement for victim services providers.

02/20- Financial Empowerment for Survivors (Webinar)

This webinar will discuss some of the major financial barriers that often face survivors of domestic violence, and will give some suggestions as to how best service providers can advocate with survivors to overcome them. It will include information about possible government and other systemic benefits may help alleviate these barriers, in addition to recommendations about other community resources that may be available.

03/06- Intersection of Domestic Violence and Poverty

Attendees will discuss some of the major financial barriers that often face survivors of domestic violence; Attendees will be provided information about possible government and other systemic benefits that may help alleviate financial barriers in the lives of survivors in addition to identifying other community resources that may be available; and Attendees will be provided guidance around reframing how they view the way life experiences impact survivors of domestic violence.

03/16- Intersections in the Clery Act and Title IX-Clemson University*

Since the release of the Dear Colleague Letter in April 2011, college and university campuses nationwide have taken bold steps to educate and respond to sexual violence on their campuses. Proactively moving forward with new policies and procedures to address sexual assault, campuses are still faced with complex questions regarding how to effectively implement their new policies and stay aware of new laws and best practices.

Join the Victim Rights Law Center and the Clery Center for Security On Campus for a one-day training providing easy-to-use, practical implementation tools for the new Department of Education and White House Task Force materials, the recent amendments to the Clery Act as a part of the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization, and the intersections of compliance between the Clery Act and Title IX.

03/17- Intersections in the Clery Act and Title IX- University of South Carolina*

Since the release of the Dear Colleague Letter in April 2011, college and university campuses nationwide have taken bold steps to educate and respond to sexual violence on their campuses. Proactively moving forward with new policies and procedures to address sexual assault, campuses are still faced with complex questions regarding how to effectively implement their new policies and stay aware of new laws and best practices.

Join the Victim Rights Law Center and the Clery Center for Security On Campus for a one-day training providing easy-to-use, practical implementation tools for the new Department of Education and White House Task Force materials, the recent amendments to the Clery Act as a part of the Violence Against Women Act Reauthorization, and the intersections of compliance between the Clery Act and Title IX.

 

*Contact Clery Center for more information