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Events and Trainings

WELCOME TO EVENTS AND TRAININGS.  This section lists trainings sponsored by NNADV and other community organizations across Nevada. We invite you to scroll down the page for promotional flyers & registration instructions.

“Intimate Partner Violence as a Public Health Priority” is a training of trainers’ workshop open to all healthcare professionals who wish to learn how relationship violence affects their patient’s health and their ongoing care. Participants will be provided tools and strategies to conduct a two to 10-minute screening that would involve the following steps: asking, affirming, offering harm reduction strategies, documenting and providing appropriate referrals to community-based advocacy programs. The afternoon session is designed for novice educators and is highly recommended for health care professionals who are interested in educating their colleagues, patients, and the general public about intimate partner violence. For a more detailed overview and brief agenda, view the flyer below. Check back for new dates & locations or sign up for our training alert, click here.

“Hanging Out or Hooking Up” is a training of trainers workshop that is designed to educate adults who work with teens and teen peer leaders/educators about healthy dating relationships and the prevention of relationship abuse. The goal of this workshop is to prepare participants to present this information based on educational materials provided that are appropriate for teen audiences ranging in age 14-17 and young adults 18-24. Each person that attends this workshop will receive a CD with all presentation modules and handouts in both English and Spanish.

Tuesday, June 9, 2015
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
Great Basin College in Ely, NV

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Pre-registration is required. Download the brief agenda and registration forms below.

Agenda & Registration for Adults

Agenda & Registration for Teens

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