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End Domestic Abuse Wisconsin (WCADV) designs training primarily for domestic violence victim advocates in Wisconsin. We conduct regional and statewide training events in centrally located facilities, web-based seminars, and customized on-site training for staff and boards of domestic violence programs.
Training for advocates focuses on both practical and philosophical concerns related to anti-domestic violence work. For these trainings, we rely on local advocates as well as state and national speakers to share their expertise. Additionally, we deliver domestic violence-related training to professionals in numerous systems such as legal, law enforcement, health care, and social services.
Training not only educates, but also provides opportunities for networking and coalition building locally, statewide and nationally, that are critical to our work. For a training calendar and more information about individual training events, see our Events page.
Statewide Directors Meeting - September 10 & 11, 2014 - Handouts
The following handouts from the meeting and individual presentations can be printed or saved to your files.
Prevention: Men as Allies
November 27, 2012 webinar recording
This webinar explored promising local initiatives that engage men, and ways to develop an approach to mobilizing men in your community. Presented by Molly Zemke, Prevention Program Coordinator from Domestic Abuse Intervention Services.
Prevention: Voices of Men - Stepping Up and Speaking Out
December 12, 2012 webinar recording
The Fox Valley community has mobilized men and boys to address violence against women and girls. This webinar discussed current initiatives undertaken by Voices of Men and ways the initiative might be replicated in other communities. Presented by: Dave Willems, Fox Valley Voices of Men member, volunteer, and program consultant; and Julie Fevola, Executive Director, Christine Ann Domestic Abuse Services.