Training Opportunities

Local, Arizona, Regional and National Workshops, Webinars and Trainings

On the lower half of this page you can find upcoming and recent training opportunities to assist you in developing and maintaining coordinated community response to victims of sexual violence and intimate partner violence. We make every attempt to keep it up to date, but contact us if there is a training, workshop or webinar that we should share here.

Webinars are offered regularly and you can join your colleagues or coordinators to participate in a designated site, or from your own workplace. They provide a nice opportunity to have lunch or coffee together and discuss local ramifications for a wide range of topics and strategies.

National Trainings include trainings offered through the Office on Violence Against Women Technical Assistance (OVW-TA) funds, and rural grantees, including key members of your local task forces may be eligible to attend these trainings, with some grant support. If there is an OVW TA training you see and are interested in attending, contact your local Task Force Coordinator in Graham, Greenlee, Cochise or Santa Cruz County to learn more.  For OVW trainings held out of state, more than three weeks advance notice is requested.  

Local and Arizona Trainings may not be covered by grant funding for this project. An important training source is the Arizona Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence (ACESDV).

Click HERE to access the ACESDV training calendar - now online!

For a printable ACESDV 2016 Training and Events Calendar, click here!

We feel it is important to post any available trainings offered locally to our constituents as soon as we hear about them, and welcome updates of trainings you may think are important for this area as well, in addressing violence, working with victims, working with vulnerable populations, etc.

See below for upcoming trainings and links.  Where possible, trainings whose dates have passed will still be posted as resources on our Publications and Resources page -targeted to launch in April 2016.