Fundamentals of Advocacy - Module 5 (Community Mobilization)
Module 5 - Community Mobilization - Registration has closed for this training
You may register for this training ONLY if you provide direct advocacy to Survivors of Domestic Violence, Sexual Violence, or Human Trafficking.
Fundamentals of Advocacy is a training hosted by the Nebraska Coalition to End Sexual and Domestic Violence which provides an overview of domestic violence, sexual violence, stalking and related issues. There are 5 training Modules which make up the full Fundamentals of Advocacy Training series. Each Module will be 1 day in length and may require PRE-WORK which will need to be completed prior to the face to face training day.
Fundamentals of Advocacy is offered for FREE to staff and volunteers who provide direct services to Survivors from member local domestic and sexual violence programs in Nebraska and staff from tribal domestic violence/sexual assault programs.
If you are an advocate who provides direct services to Survivors and are not a member of the local program membership there will be a $45 REGISTRATION FEE. Please be prepared to pay your registration fee through the website registration process. (Refunds for canceled registrations will only be able to be made until 2 weeks prior to the event. Anything past 2 weeks prior to the training will not be refunded.)
For All registrants all other costs associated with the training are the responsibility of the participant (i.e. mileage, hotel, meals, parking, etc.)
Please plan accordingly as THIS REGISTRATION WILL BE FOR MODULE 5 ONLY.
MODULE 5 will be hosted in Kearney, NE. Please see below for specific details:
Training Topics to be covered:
• Classify awareness raising, risk reduction, and prevention strategies
• Reference the Social-Ecological Model when designing a multi-level prevention program
• Arrange risk and protective factors by social-ecological level
• Recall the four steps of the Public Health Approach and the nine principles of prevention
• Summarize emerging themes in prevention
• Define the terms power and privilege
• Provide two examples of how power and privilege is represented in service delivery
• Provide two examples of intersecting identities
• Understand the role intersecting identities play in a survivor’s experience
• Learn rapport building skills for engaging communities
Ockinga Seminar Center on University of Nebraska at Kearney’s campus
2505 20th Ave. Kearney, NE 68849
REGISTRATION FOR FUNDAMENTALS MODULE 5 WILL CLOSE APRIL 11TH.