The Request for Presentations submission period is now closed. Confirmation letters are planned for distribution by April 10, 2015.

Professional skills

Choose from over 100 workshops and plenary sessions for new, intermediate, and advanced victim advocates. Educational topics include: counseling & advocacy; restorative justice; program management; identity theft/cyber crimes; spiritual and mental health services; homicide issues; domestic violence and sexual assault; victims in the military; special concerns for children, the elderly, and victims with disabilities; public policy; law enforcement and prosecution models; Native American justice; self care and burnout; interdisciplinary services and collaboration; and much more.

Other benefits

Nearly all workshops earn continuing education credits for the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP), Crisis Response Credentialing Program (CRCP) and for military advocates (D-SAACP).

Last year’s program is HERE to see typical training content.

Tracking address: rayla-bfafci@webc.trynova.org (do not email this address)