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28
Jan
2019

Advocates' Institute - Durham, NC - January 28 - February 1, 2019

01-28-2019 8:30 am - 02-01-2019 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $250

The Advocates’ Institute forms the foundation of NCCADV’s training program. Intended for new advocates, and those that feel they need a refresher, the Institute is designed to build skills and competencies around the dynamics of domestic violence and best practices in serving survivors of all ages and identities.This is a five day course on January 28 to February 1, 2019. Participants must attend all five days.

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06
Feb
2019

Meaningful Language Access in North Carolina - Rocky Mount, NC - February 6, 2019

02-06-2019 8:30 am -5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $50

Meaningful Language Access in North Caronlia

This training seeks to provide a broader notion of language access for Limited English Proficient (LEP) persons . The presenters will cover special considerations and remedies available that advocates and service providers must keep in mind when working with LEP persons. Historical background and federal regulations requirement for federally funded organizations and service providers.  As well as how to develop an effective language access plan.

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12
Feb
2019

Domestic Violence Basics - Stanly, NC - February 12 & 13

02-12-2019 8:30 am - 02-13-2019 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $100

Domestic Violence Basics is NCCADV’s introductory training intended for new advocates and those that feel they need a refresher. This is a two-day training and is designed to build skills and competencies around the dynamics and impact of domestic violence, as well as best practices in serving survivors. 

 

21
Feb
2019

Meaningful Language Access in North Carolina - Lincolnton, NC - February 21, 2019

02-21-2019 8:30 am -5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $50

Meaningful Language Access in NC

This training seeks to provide a broader notion of language access for Limited English Proficient (LEP) persons . The presenters will cover special considerations and remedies available that advocates and service providers must keep in mind when working with LEP persons. Historical background and federal regulations requirement for federally funded organizations and service providers.  As well as how to develop an effective language access plan.

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05
Mar
2019

Legal Advocates' Institute - Durham, NC - March 5-7, 2019

03-05-2019 8:30 am - 03-07-2019 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $150

Whether in the courtroom or on the crisis line, advocates in any domestic violence agency are regularly confronted with legal concerns from survivors. Often, this comes in the form of direct questions from survivors about their legal rights and responsibilities but even more often, advocates must recognize these issues during the course of service and know how to address them in a trauma-informed manner through safety planning, advocacy, and referrals. We may commonly think of the legal needs of survivors as being tied to civil protective orders and criminal court but these areas, while important, constitute just the tip of the iceberg!

In this three day intensive legal seminar, advocates will learn to issue-spot the legal needs of survivors and learn how to respond in an empowering, informed way. On day one, advocates will “meet” three clients with very different histories and learn about their families, their abusers, their legal situations and their goals. Following presentations on various legal topics, advocates will work with the three client case studies on a variety of simulated legal scenarios and apply the information learned during each presentation to the clients’ individual cases. Topics include a primer on civil and criminal court for domestic violence survivors, working with minors, child custody, immigration benefits available to survivors, language access in the court system, assisting victims with criminal justice involvement, and avoiding the unauthorized practice of law.

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03
Jun
2019

Advocates' Institute - Durham, NC - June 3 - June 7, 2019

06-03-2019 8:30 am - 06-07-2019 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $250

The Advocates’ Institute forms the foundation of NCCADV’s training program. Intended for new advocates, and those that feel they need a refresher, the Institute is designed to build skills and competencies around the dynamics of domestic violence and best practices in serving survivors of all ages and identities.

This is a five day course on June 3 to June 7, 2019. Participants must attend all five days.

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23
Jul
2019

Legal Advocates' Institute - Durham, NC - July 23-25, 2019

07-23-2019 8:30 am - 07-25-2019 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $150

Whether in the courtroom or on the crisis line, advocates in any domestic violence agency are regularly confronted with legal concerns from survivors. Often, this comes in the form of direct questions from survivors about their legal rights and responsibilities but even more often, advocates must recognize these issues during the course of service and know how to address them in a trauma-informed manner through safety planning, advocacy, and referrals. We may commonly think of the legal needs of survivors as being tied to civil protective orders and criminal court but these areas, while important, constitute just the tip of the iceberg!

In this three day intensive legal seminar, advocates will learn to issue-spot the legal needs of survivors and learn how to respond in an empowering, informed way. On day one, advocates will “meet” three clients with very different histories and learn about their families, their abusers, their legal situations and their goals. Following presentations on various legal topics, advocates will work with the three client case studies on a variety of simulated legal scenarios and apply the information learned during each presentation to the clients’ individual cases. Topics include a primer on civil and criminal court for domestic violence survivors, working with minors, child custody, immigration benefits available to survivors, language access in the court system, assisting victims with criminal justice involvement, and avoiding the unauthorized practice of law.

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21
Oct
2019

Advocates' Institute - Durham, NC - October 21 - October 25, 2019

10-21-2019 8:30 am - 10-25-2019 5:00 pm
Members: FREE
Non-Members: $250

The Advocates’ Institute forms the foundation of NCCADV’s training program. Intended for new advocates, and those that feel they need a refresher, the Institute is designed to build skills and competencies around the dynamics of domestic violence and best practices in serving survivors of all ages and identities.

This is a five day course on October 21-25, 2019. Participants must attend all five days.


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