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Working with Survivors of Tech Abuse: Life in a Digital World
Join us for our first training session of 2022 with Working with Survivors of Tech Abuse: Life in a Digital World on Wednesday, January 19, 2022 from 1:00pm – 2:30pm HST. The training will be presented by guest speaker Elaina Roberts, J.D. and will provide an overview of the ways that technology can be used to stalk and how advocates can work with survivors to document the abuse. Legal options available to survivors experiencing technology abuse as well as safety strategies when assisting them will also be discussed. At the end of the session, participants will have a better understanding of how technology can be misused and how to assist survivors seeking legal remedies and safety strategies when working with them.
Registration is now open for anyone who works in positions that either provide direct services (advocates, counselors, attorneys, etc.) or work alongside domestic violence victims and survivors (court officials, law enforcement, etc.). Click here to register.
*NOTE: This training will be recorded. This webinar recording will only be made available to HSCADV member programs with Coalition Manager access. The recording will not be available for the public and will not be downloadable.*
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Training & Event Requests
The Hawaiʻi State Coalition Against Domestic Violence (HSCADV) provides training, workshops, and presentations on a variety of topics related to domestic violence. Please use this form or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a training for your agency or organization. Training and presentation requests must be submitted at least 8 weeks in advance. HSCADV staff will respond to your request within 5 business days, upon which you will receive calendar link to schedule a meeting at your convenience with an HSCADV team member who will assess your request.
HSCADV has suspended all in-person training due to COVID-19. The Coalition is continually evaluating this situation and will determine (as per CDC guidelines) when it is appropriate to resume our in-person training opportunities.
Domestic Violence Introductory Training
The 25-Hour Training is a comprehensive introductory domestic violence training intended to fill the statutory requirement for victim advocates (Rule 505.5 of the Hawaiʻi Revised Statutes). This training is only available for staff of domestic violence service providers in Hawaiʻi.