- SCCADVASA hosts a monthly webinar series, which are short, easy-to-attend trainings that Victim Service Providers or other allies can use to keep their skills sharp. These webinars are approved for VSP continuing education credit and usually last between 1-1 ½ hours.
- To register for a webinar, log into Coalition Manager and click on Trainings. Click here for more information about Coalition Manager, SCCADVASA’s Training Registration System, or to apply for access to the system.
- Upcoming Webinars:
In this webinar, participants will gain keen insights into racial and social justice as it relates to the women’s liberation movement. They will understand how intentional and institutional racism impacts the lives of domestic and sexual assault survivors and how differently this looks for women of color who may experience different outcomes and encounter episodes of repeat victimization.
Participants will explore ways to increase social justice and equality for marginalized and unserved survivors of domestic and sexual violence. They will also explore ways to address cultural diversity within the feminist movement and build collaborative working relationships; thus improving the lives of women of color moving forward.
March 17, 2017, 10:00 - 11:00 AM: Racial Justice: Part 2
In this webinar, participants will examine the historical impact of the feminist movement on women’s liberation. They will examine the intersectionality of sexism, class oppression and racism which led to the black feminist movement. Participants will gain increase knowledge around the color blindness approach which caused women of color to feel excluded from the feminist movement; thus experiencing increased exposure to domestic and sexual violence. They will also explore ways to address cultural humility and increase inclusivity for all survivors of domestic and sexual violence.
This webinar will give an overview of the community collaboration and advocacy standards under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA). Specific attention will be given to how SARTS (Sexual Assault Response Teams) and other community partners can collaborate with corrections institutions, how to support and sustain collaboration, and how to use creative approaches to overcome challenges. Attendees will be given information on one example of how a South Carolina SART successfully collaborates with a local detention center.
This webinar will provide an overview on the topic of the backlog of sexual assault kits. Participants will be provided information concerning why backlog happens and where backlog occurs. Information will also be provided regarding existing law enforcement protocol in different states across the country. This presentation will also cover what we know of the current backlog in South Carolina and where our gaps in knowledge exist.
This webinar will give an overview of confidentiality and why maintaining confidentiality is important when working with survivors/victims of prison rape. The webinar will also give an overview of the confidentiality standards in the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) and some of the common conflicts between the confidentiality standards governing corrections staff and those governing rape crisis center staff. Finally, participants will explore possible protocols and compromises to providing successful services to this population.
For more information about SCCADVASA’s webinars or other trainings or to give suggestions of future training topics email email@example.com.