Training Calendar

January 13- 10-11:30 AM Central – Dynamics of Elder Abuse Webinar

During this webinar we will explore the signs of  Elder Abuse, Neglect, and Exploitation, how these types of abuse intersect with other forms of Interpersonal Violence, and introduce practical tools your agency can use when working with elder and vulnerable adult populations.

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January 17- 12:30-2 PM Central – Human Trafficking Advanced Course

Join the Office of Family Safety for a deeper dive into the subject of human trafficking, as we explore more about the dynamics of human trafficking and how you can better serve trafficking victims in your work. We are presenting this webinar in honor of National Human Trafficking Awareness Month in January.

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February 10, 1-2:30 PM Central – Dynamics of Stalking Webinar

Stalking is a prevalent, dangerous and often misunderstood crime that often results in lethal violence. The National Intimate Partner and Sexual Violence Survey (NISVS) reports that about 1 in 6 women and 1 in 17 men have been stalked at some point in their lives, many of these as minors. Stalking is also a high risk indicator in domestic violence cases. Participants of this training will leave with an understanding of stalking behaviors, the impact of stalking on the victim, and how to best work to rebuild safety and well-being for those experiencing stalking.

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February 16, 10-11:30 AM Central – Organizational Trauma & Wellness, Part 2

This webinar will further explore the ways in which organizations can be traumatized and the ways that trauma reveals itself within individuals and groups in the workplace. In addition, we will discuss what can be done to mitigate past trauma within organizations and build resilience in our staff and systems.

View Part 1 of this Topic Here. 

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February 24, 10-11:30 AM Central – Firearms Lawns in Tennessee Webinar

This course will explore Tennessee’s current firearms laws and how they are enforced, the consequences for and struggle with lack of enforcement, any developments in the state’s laws from the most recent legislative session, and any new objectives or goals for the future of firearms and firearms compliance across our state.

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