One of the goals of the Oklahoma Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault (OCADVSA) is to provide training opportunities to those who work with the victims of domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking. In addition to the trainings listed below, training and technical assistance is available upon request. OCADVSA offers various regional and statewide trainings throughout the year. We also host an annual summer conference held during the month of June. Watch the website, www.ocadvsa.org or contact the State Office for details. Most trainings are CLEET accredited and CDSVRP approved, and other CEU's may be applied for if time permitted.
For more information or help in scheduling a training please contact Sunshine Gross, Associate Executive Director at 405-524-0700, ext.14 or by email at email@example.com.
To register for training (unless otherwise specified), please send your registration to Sharon via fax at 405-524-0711 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The following is a list of OCADVSA trainings that your agency may request. You may host more than one training on the same day if time permits, and trainings can be tailored to fit your agency needs:
Domestic Violence Trainings & Presentations:
Domestic Violence 101
Taking Care of Business: Investigating Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Strangulation
Caught in the Crossfire: Children & Domestic Violence
Domestic Violence Law Enforcement Boot Camp
Domestic Violence Training Series: I, II, & III (each series to be held individually on a different day)
Sexual Violence Trainings & Presentations:
Evidenced Based Sexual Assault
Sexual Assault 101
Stalking Trainings & Presentations:
Law Enforcement Response to Stalking
Stalking & Technology
Disabilities Trainings & Presentations:
Disability Etiquette in the Workplace
Individuals With Disabilities
Prevention Trainings & Presentations:
Violence Against Women
Use of Data to Plan & Evaluate Your Program
Human Trafficking Trainings & Presentations:
Human Trafficking 101
Advocacy Specific Training:
In-Service Training: This two day training is designed to meet the requirements of the Office of the Attorney General training standards for certified domestic and sexual violence service providers.