Core Advocacy Training Session 1 (Albuquerque, Aug. 26-28, 2014)

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  • August 26, 2014 - August 28, 2014
    9:00 am - 5:00 pm

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This is information and registration for the Albuquerque Core Advocacy Training, August 26-28, 2014.  To register for different dates go to:  Roswell/DecemberGallup/FebruaryLas Cruces/April, Taos/JuneOnline Only 

Please watch the Core Advocacy Training Registration Intro Video: 

The Core Advocacy Training is a 40-hour initial skills and knowledge training for advocates of domestic violence victims/survivors in New Mexico, funded by the Children Youth and Families Department. It is designed for new advocates; however, it is open to all. In fact, experienced advocates who completed their 40-hour training prior to July 2012 can review either the 24-hour online training or the full 40-hour training to meet their CYFD requirements for ongoing training/education!

The goals of the training are to leave participants with an understanding of:

  • The history of the domestic violence movement and theories of violence in intimate relationships, including the disproportionate amount of violence met on women by men;
  • The dynamics of domestic violence and tactics of abuse;
  • Trauma in the lives of victims and their children, and how it impacts behavior and functioning;
  • Secondary trauma and its effects in the lives of advocates;
  • The legal context of domestic abuse, including state and federal statutes, protection orders, civil and criminal justice systems, and jurisdiction on tribal lands;
  • An introduction to different cultural groups in New Mexico and the varying degrees of danger face by each;
  • Challenges and resources for immigrant victims of abuse;
  • The links between substance abuse and domestic violence;
  • Specific challenges faced by members of the LGBTQ community;
  • Child abuse and mandatory reporting;
  • The role and ethical guidelines of advocacy;
  • The importance of community partners and a coordinated response;

and Skills in:

  • Listening and connecting with clients;
  • Using a trauma lens to view difficult behaviors;
  • Crisis response, danger assessment, and safety planning in a variety of contexts;
  • Welcoming all people, including people with disabilities, deaf and hard of hearing clients, and clients with limited English proficiency,
  • Maintaining confidentiality and interacting with law enforcement;
  • De-escalating conflict;
  • Practicing cultural competency;
  • Valuing and practicing self-care.

Core Advocacy Training Structure

Online Training (24 hours)

The online training portion of the Core Advocacy Training is a self-paced set of 8 modules, covering all of the theoretical and substantive knowledge required of advocates who work with victims/survivors of domestic violence:

Module 1: The Problem of Domestic Violence
Module 2: Domestic Violence Intervention System
Module 3: Developing a Trauma-Informed Lens
Module 4: Emergency Shelter, Advocacy Ethics, and Self-Care
Module 5: Risk and Safety
Module 6: Justice and the Justice System
Module 7: Offender Programs
Module 8: Being Accessible to Everyone

In-Person Skills Intensive (16 hours)

The in-person training is 3 days of skill-building, and will be highly interactive and experiential. (Each day has one hour for lunch.)  It is scheduled to allow travelers time to get there the first day, and plenty of time to return home after the completion of day 3.

August 26, 10:00-5:00 – Connection and Self Care
August 27, 9:00-5:00 – Shut up and Listen
August 28, 9:00-1:00 – Safe and Healing Relationships

Trainers: The trainers for this session are David River, NMCADV Director of Training, NMCADV Associate Trainers, and guests.

Sessions:

There will be 5 in-person sessions held between Aug. 2014 – June 2015.  Each session will have limited space, please register for the session nearest you.  This does not effect starting your online study.  You can begin as soon as you register for any session.

CONTINUING EDUCATION: For those of you reviewing or trying to meet the CYFD ongoing training requirement you can sign up for the 24 hours of Online Only training.

Note:  Your registration confirmation (which contains your username and password ) for online study will be available to you within 72 hours via email.

Cost:
NMCADV Members and/or CYFD Contractors: $0
Non-Members and/or Non-CYFD Contractors: $175

Funded in part by a grant from Children, Youth and Families Department Domestic Violence Unit
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Session 1 – Training Location and Hotel Info

Training Location:
NM Veterans’ Memorial
1100 Louisiana Blvd. SE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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Hotel Information:
Albuquerque Marriott Uptown
2101 Louisiana Blvd. NE
Albuquerque, NM 87110
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Please call for reservations: 505-881-6800
We have a group rate of $83 per night plus tax. Please mention “NMCADV” to get this rate or you may click on this link to book it online
 Click Here to Book your Room
Cut off date is 8/1/14. After this date rooms at this rate will be based on availability only. 

Questions:
If you have any questions about the training, please contact David River at david@nmcadv.org or 505-220-6582.
For registration concerns contact Janell DuPont at janell@nmcadv.org or 505-670-9093.

Not a Coalition Member? Find out how to join us: Coalition Membership

Location

Venue:  

Venue Phone: 505-256-2042

Address:
1100 Louisiana Blvd. SE, Albuquerque, NEW MEXICO, 87110, United States

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