Other Training - Not Sponsored by the IPAC

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INDIANA

February 2018

Professional Grant Development Workshop
Master the techniques of writing superior winning proposals

February 22-23
Indiana State University
Terre Haute

The Grant Training Center is sponsoring an intensive two-day grant proposal workshop, geared towards those who wish to strengthen their grant writing skills, as well as beginners who wish to acquire and master the techniques of preparing and writing winning proposals to various funding agencies. The focus will be on how to effectively write proposals in times of keen competition and limited resources.

Workshop fee: $595 (includes a comprehensive directory, electronic workbook, certificate of completion, and continental breakfast) Space is limited, and since this class fills up quickly, it is on a first-come, first-serve basis.

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Online Version of Workshop

 

March 2018

Level Up: Next Steps in Victim Services

March 7-8
Ivy Tech Community College
Indianapolis campus

The Indiana Victim Assistance Training Project will sponsor a two-day training program for experienced victim advocates and agency directors. Level Up: Next Steps in Victim Services features an advanced program track for victim advocates and a separate program track designed for agency directors. This program is free. The Project reserves the right to limit the number of registrations per agency should demand exceed seating capacity. More information.

Registration

 

April 2018

Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy

April 9-26
Southern Indiana location TBD

The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault and the Domestic Violence Network have partnered to create the Indiana Victim Assistance Training Project. The Project’s mission is to develop and provide a comprehensive, accessible, diverse and affordable training series that is available to all professionals who serve victims of crime in Indiana.

The Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy is an entry level training that takes place over three weeks and provides 40 hours of content through webinar and classroom attendance. It is open free of charge to anyone who provides direct services to victims of crime and has held that role for less than three years.

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June 2018

Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy

 Northern Indiana location TBD

The Indiana Coalition Against Domestic Violence, the Indiana Coalition to End Sexual Assault and the Domestic Violence Network have partnered to create the Indiana Victim Assistance Training Project. The Project’s mission is to develop and provide a comprehensive, accessible, diverse and affordable training series that is available to all professionals who serve victims of crime in Indiana.

The Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy is an entry level training that takes place over three weeks and provides 40 hours of content through webinar and classroom attendance. It is open free of charge to anyone who provides direct services to victims of crime and has held that role for less than three years.

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OUT OF STATE

March 2018

Innovation Summit
Intelligence Driven Prosecution Symposium

March 12-13
New York Law School
Manhattan, New York

Hosted by District Attorney Cyrus R. Vance, Jr., this is the Manhattan District Attorney's sixth annual event. Topics include, Crime Analysts & Intelligence Networks, Assessing Office Priorities & Resource Allocation, PD and Prosecutor Intelligence Collaboration, Alternatives to Prosecution and Opioid Overdose Response Strategies.

RSVP: academy@dany.nyc.gov

 

updated 2/19/2018