Sexual Assault Advocate Training

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Course Curriculum

DAY ONE

  • 1. History and Overview of FSS
    26:44
  • 2. Primary Prevention and Title IX
  • 3. Intro to Preventing Sexual Violence and Texas Rape Culture
  • 4. Human Trafficking
    49:48

DAY TWO

  • 1. Crisis Intervention
  • 2. Effects of Sexual Assault on Survivors
  • 3. Survivor Profile
  • 4. Barriers to Reporting
  • 5. Risk Factors for Sexual Violence Perpetration Across the Ecological Model
  • 6. Working with Secondary Victims
  • 7. Suicide Assessment and Prevention
    49:36
  • 8. Nuerobiology Powerpoint and Handouts
  • 9. Communication Training

DAY THREE (The Bridge- Children’s Advocacy Center)

  • Introduction to the Bridge
  • 1. Sexual Abuse of Children
    32:57
  • 2. Sexual Abuse of Individuals with Disabilities
    33:11
  • 3. Characteristics of Sex Offenders
    33:11
  • 4. Relationships Between Victim and Offender
    10:20
  • 5. Sex Offender Subtypes
  • 6. Amarillo Police Department: SVU and Sexual Assault

DAY FOUR (Northwest Texas Hospital)

  • 1. Medical Forensic Examinations for the Collection of Evidence Lesson
    33:11
  • 2. Sexual Assault Realities
    33:12
  • 3. Substance Facilitated Sexual Assault
    22:14
  • 4. Trauma Informed Care
  • 5. Sexual Assault Medical Forensic Exam
  • 6. ER Protocol
  • 7. Role of SANE
  • 8. Pregnancy Prevention
  • 9. STI’s and STD’s
  • 10. HIV-AIDS
  • 11. Northwest Texas SANE Program

DAY FIVE

  • 1. Working with Survivors – PART 1
    29:16
  • Working with Survivors – PART 2
    19:35
  • 2. Culturally Competent Care
    26:14
  • 3. Special Populations
  • 4. Team Approach
    36:43
  • 5. Coordinated Response
  • 6. Activities
  • 7. Benefits
  • 8. Core Members and Roles
  • 9. Sexual Assault Response Team: SART
    49:56

DAY SIX

  • 1. Dynamics of Domestic Violence
  • Dynamics of Domestic Violence Power Points
  • Dynamics of Domestic Violence Handouts
  • 2. Victim’s Bill of Rights
  • 3.Crime Victim’s Compensation (CVC)
  • 4. Address Confidentiality Program
  • 5. Pseudonym
  • 6.Civil Legal Remedies
  • 7. Victim Impact Statement
  • 8. Statewide Automated Victim Notification Services (SAVNS)
  • 9. TDCJ- Victim Services Department

CLOSING

  • 10. Sexual Assault Program Policies and Protocols for Providing Minimum Services.
  • 11. Record Keeping
  • 12. Signing Up For Shifts
  • 13. Parking Passes/ Name Tags
  • 14. Encourage Self Study
  • 15. Shadowing and Graduation
  • Closing: Paperwork and Shift Sign Up
    00:00
  • CLOSING HANDOUTS
    00:00

Final Exam

  • PART ONE: True / False
  • PART TWO: Multiple Choice
  • PART THREE: Matching
  • PART FOUR: Short Answer

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