Training professionals in the primary prevention of sexual and intimate partner violence
Corporate Authors:National Center for Injury Prevention and Control (U.S.), Division of Violence Prevention.
Community Health Services
Prevention & Control
Women's Health Services
Domestic Violence/Prevention & Control
Sex Offenses/Prevention & Control
Spouse Abuse/Prevention & Control
Description:Executive summary -- Introduction: why train? -- Fictional case study: the Center for Community Peace -- Start a training plan: the basic elements -- Start a training plan: the basic elements -- Prepare for evaluation and follow-up -- Conclusion: train, learn, and train again -- Appendix
"An effective, comprehensive program to prevent sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence takes a multitude of approaches, one of which is training professionals to engage in sexual violence prevention and/or intimate partner prevention. This Guide describes how to develop, implement, and evaluate a training process, taking into account your available level of resources. Additionally, this training process emphasizes turning awareness and knowledge into mastered skills and practices to prevent sexual violence and/or intimate partner violence by:1. Teaching based on organizational context; 2. Providing opportunities for skill development through participatory learning; 3. Following up to assess progress and determine level of mastery. The Guide is intended for use by state-level entities providing training to community based organizations (CBOs) or to other state-level entities as well as for CBOs providing training within their own organizations or to other professionals in their communities. The Guide can help plan, deliver, and evaluate trainings whether you initiate the trainings yourself or are asked by others to provide trainings." - p. 7.
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