Upcoming Trainings

For more information about upcoming trainings and webinars, contact the Coalition at 402-476-6256 or

Training Services

Each year the Coalition provided numerous trainings and presentations to local domestic violence/sexual assault programs, social service organizations, public policy organizations, faith based organizations, and other agencies. Trainings are typically offered on a regional or statewide level, while local training requests are shared with the domestic violence/sexual assault program in that area.

Trainings can be offered in a variety of formats, including in person and via webinar. A variety of topics are available.

During 2012, the Coalition provided numerous training, education, and technical assistance opportunities, including:
• 23 trainings for the network of domestic violence/sexual assault programs, totaling 189.5 training hours
• 42 trainings in multi-disciplinary forums (including 19 statewide trainings and 1 national conference), totaling 155.5 training hours

To request a training or for more information, please contact the Coalition office at 402-476-6256 or

National Training Resources

In addition to the trainings and webinars offered by the Coalition, there are a variety of national organizations that offer online training opportunities, such as webinars and e-learning courses. In many cases these are recorded and available through the website at a later date. Some of the organizations that the Coalition recommends are listed below.

Ending Violence Against Women International (EVAWI): 
Website includes an online training institute.

Battered Women’s Justice Project:
Various webinars on topics such as military communities and violence, child protective services, and more.

Futures Without Violence:
Various related to human trafficking, health care responses to domestic violence, children/youth related issues and more.

Immigrant Legal Resource
Various webinars related to legal remedies such as the VAWA self-petition and U Visa. *There is a cost to participate in the webinars.

Jewish Women International:
JWI offers various webinars related to domestic violence and dating violence. National experts are often the featured speakers. *There is a cost to participate in the webinars.

National Judicial Education Project:
Website includes a free webcourse on intimate partner sexual abuse.

National Sexual Violence Resource Center:
The NSVRC has webinars and e-learning courses on a variety of topics as well as a series specific to rural communities.

Northwest Network of Bisexual, Trans, Lesbian and Gay Survivors of Abuse:
Various topics related to supporting survivors who are part of the LGBT communities.

Praxis International:
Various topics related to systems advocacy, children/youth related issues, collaboration, etc.

Various webinars and e-learning courses related to primary prevention, bystander engagement, engaging men and boys, changing social norms, etc.

UN Women’s Virtual Knowledge
Site includes various webinars related to domestic and sexual violence services and prevention.

Veto Violence (Violence Education Tools Online):
The site is sponsored by the CDC. It includes e-learning courses and other tools related to addressing and preventing domestic and sexual violence.

Wisconsin Coalition Against Domestic Violence:
Webinars and e-learning courses on a variety of advocacy related topics. These are free but you must create an account in order to access them