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OVW and TA providers have hosted several educational webinars for OVW TA Providers, grantees, potential grantees, and subgrantees. These webinars provide an overview of federal grant management, technical assistance, meeting planning, developing in-person and virtual events, and topic specific webinar.

Technical Assistance

Technical Assistance

Connecting OVW Grantees FY 2020 to Technical Assistance

December 9, 2020
Presenters: Brianne Smith, NCJFCJ, and Neelam Patel, OVW
The primary purpose of the OVW Training and Technical Assistance Initiative is to provide direct technical assistance to OVW grantees, partners, sub-grantees, and potential grantees to enhance and support their efforts to successfully implement projects supported by OVW grant funds. TA2TA: The TA Provider Resource Center is an OVW TA project that maintains a website that includes a directory of TA projects, a library of OVW-funded resources, and a calendar of upcoming training and webinar events hosted by OVW technical assistance providers. This webinar will provide an overview of the website and how it can be of use to you.

Developing Trainings & Meetings

Meeting Planning

Whats Your Agenda - How to Craft Meaningful Agendas Webinar

July 30, 2018
Presenters: Jennifer White, Futures Without Violence
This webinar will explore the process for developing agendas that will reflect your goals, meet your needs, and help you to achieve your objectives. Similar to instructional design, the creation of meeting agendas is much simpler when you follow a step-by-step process that facilitates a critical analysis of what you need to accomplish and how you should accomplish it. Together, we will use a simple tool that will help guide you through the creation of meaningful agendas.

Creating Accessible Online Trainings Webinar

June 25, 2018
Presenters: Alicia Lord, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, and Ashley Brompton, Center on Victimization and Safety, Vera Institute of Justice
Online courses are cost effective and an excellent way to disseminate information, but are they accessible to a wide range of people? Webinar attendees with disabilities can face a variety of barriers to participation. This webinar will discuss standards of onling accessibility, features of an accessible platform, and working with presenters to ensure an accessible event.

In-Person Events

Whats Your Agenda - How to Craft Meaningful Agendas Webinar

July 30, 2018
Presenters: Jennifer White, Futures Without Violence
This webinar will explore the process for developing agendas that will reflect your goals, meet your needs, and help you to achieve your objectives. Similar to instructional design, the creation of meeting agendas is much simpler when you follow a step-by-step process that facilitates a critical analysis of what you need to accomplish and how you should accomplish it. Together, we will use a simple tool that will help guide you through the creation of meaningful agendas.

Virtual Events

Whats Your Agenda - How to Craft Meaningful Agendas Webinar

July 30, 2018
Presenters: Jennifer White, Futures Without Violence
This webinar will explore the process for developing agendas that will reflect your goals, meet your needs, and help you to achieve your objectives. Similar to instructional design, the creation of meeting agendas is much simpler when you follow a step-by-step process that facilitates a critical analysis of what you need to accomplish and how you should accomplish it. Together, we will use a simple tool that will help guide you through the creation of meaningful agendas.

Creating Accessible Online Trainings Webinar

June 25, 2018
Presenters: Alicia Lord, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges, and Ashley Brompton, Center on Victimization and Safety, Vera Institute of Justice
Online courses are cost effective and an excellent way to disseminate information, but are they accessible to a wide range of people? Webinar attendees with disabilities can face a variety of barriers to participation. This webinar will discuss standards of onling accessibility, features of an accessible platform, and working with presenters to ensure an accessible event.

Topic-Specific

Abuse In Later Life

Centering Older Survivors in Your Work

November 1, 2019
Presenters: Juanita Davis, NCALL Associate Director and Lisa Furr, NCALL Program Manager
The National Clearinghouse on Abuse in Later Life (NCALL), the National Council on Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ), and the Office on Violence Against Women (OVW) presented a webinar that provides helpful information to enhance understanding of the unique barriers older survivors face when dealing with abuse. This webinar explores various technical assistance and training opportunities NCALL can provide as the national resource center on abuse in later life. A variety of resources available will be shared that assist service providers in providing effective services and supports to older survivors.

Sexual Assault

Sexual Assault & Survivors with Disabilities: A Webinar to Raise Awareness, Share Resources, and Highlight Best Practices

April 25, 2017
Presenters: Amy Loder, Cailin Crockett, Jennifer Johnson, Teresa Tudor, Kristin Henry, and Susan Kahan
People with disabilities experience sexual violence at rates more than three times higher than people without disabilities (BJS, 2016), yet national conversations around sexual assault often fail to meaningfully include survivors with disabilities. In recognition of National Sexual Assault Awareness Month, ​​the U.S. Department of Justice’s Office on Violence Against Women (OVW), ​​and the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ Administration for Community Living (ACL), are pleased to co-host a webinar for domestic and sexual violence service providers and community-based programs serving persons with disabilities, to: raise awareness of the prevalence of sexual violence among the populations we serve; highlight strong examples from the field; and share resources for further engagement and training to better support survivors with disabilities who have experienced sexual assault.

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