Public Training Archive

We conduct trainings across the state, co-host annual conferences, provide webinars, and we customize trainings for organizations and conferences. In addition, we provide specialized technical assistance for our member programs. 

 

Below, please click on the links to access our recorded webinars and trainings. If something is not loading properly, please e-mail info@wyomingdvsa.org, and we will make sure to help!

 

Do you need a certificate?

For the Civil Rights training, you will automatically receive a certificate after completing the training evaluation. For all other public trainings, if you would like a training certificate, please e-mail Pam Brekken at pbrekken@wyomingdvsa.org with your name, address, training title, and the date you completed the training, and we will mail your certificate to you

October 2018

Civil Rights Training, Part I

Storytelling Circle

Trainers: Tara Muir, Public Policy Director and Katie Hughes, Rural Program Capacity Specialist
Podcast Link:
Storytelling Circle Podcast

 

Training Objectives: Civil rights help to protect people from unfair treatment or discrimination, because of their race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex (gender), or religion. To increase your general understanding of Civil Rights and other federal obligations, this podcast helps to center our working knowledge of civil rights around dignity, honoring the lived experiences of our storytellers. Please set aside about an hour and a half to spend time in circle with us. We encourage you to practice self care while listening. Whether you're out driving on a Wyoming highway while you listen in, or coloring in your office, please take care of yourselves, and call Katie or Tara to connect! 

Civil Rights Training, Part II

Trainers: Tara Muir, Public Policy Director and Katie Hughes, Rural Program Capacity Specialist
WebinarLink:
Civil Rights and Other Federal Regulations
Access the slides and resources here:

 

Training Objectives: Civil rights help to protect people from unfair treatment or discrimination, because of their race, color, national origin, disability, age, sex (gender), or religion. To increase your general understanding of Civil Rights and other federal obligations this webinar will provide an overview of applicable civil rights statutes and mandates; gender identity and sexual orientation; “ability” or ADA; and language access/national origin. This training will address the new FVPSA and VAWA requirements; define common terms, and; offer suggestions to ensure compliance including a complaint process.

Please complete the training evaluation here to receive your certificate.

Feb - Mar 2015

Moving Ahead Through Financial Empowerment Curriculum Train the Trainer 

Module One: Understanding Financial Abuse - Keeping Safe and Starting Over
Module Two: Learning Financial Fundamentals - Income and Assets, Debts and Liabilities
Module Three: Mastering Credit Basics- Reviewing, Understanding, and Improving your Credit
Module Four: Building Financial Foundations - Homes, Loans and Automobiles
Module Five: Creating Budgeting Strategies - Saving and Investing, Insurance and Education
 

Trainer: Carol Lowe

 

Description: "Whether a survivor of domestic violence is struggling to eat, find a safe place to live, hold a job, achieve academic goals, support children, seek asylum from cruelty, rebuild a life after an identify change, protect assets or overcome identify theft, the Moving Ahead Through Financial Management curriculum can help." 

 

Join Carol Lowe, WCADVSA Consultant and Trish Worley, AmeriCorps & Rural Specialist, as they provide training to AmeriCorps members and rural program advocates on how to be a local trainer of the Moving Ahead Through Financial Management Curriculum.

 

This curriculum, developed by the National Network to End Domestic Violence and the Allstate Foundation, covers a spectrum of information "from basic money and financial management principles to advanced financial planning." And it's all done in five easy to follow modules!

 

 

Wyoming Coalition Against Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault

PO Box 236 |710 Garfield Street, Suite 218 |Laramie, WY 82073 

​Tel: 307-755-5481 | Fax: 307-755-5482 | Toll Free: 1-844-264-8080   

E-Mail: info@wyomingdvsa.org​

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