Training

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For purposes of this reporting form, training means providing information on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking that enables professionals to improve their response to victims/survivors as it relates to their role in the system.  Presentations to groups such as high school students, community groups, men’s groups, parents/guardians, victim/survivors, etc., would not be counted as training events and attendees would not be counted as people trained, since they are not professionals who work with victims/survivors or offenders.

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Grant-funded staff, including subgrantees, attending training should not be reported. However, these staff development activities can be detailed in the narrative.

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The training section captures the total number of training events provided during the current reporting period that were either provided by grant-funded staff or directly supported (i.e., convened) by grant funds. Professionals who attended those grant-funded training events should be captured in the discipline that fits most closely with their profession. If non-grant funded staff were sent to training with grant funds, report the training as an event and include them in the number of people trained.

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For the purposes of this form, training means providing information on sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking, enabling professionals or volunteers to improve their response to victims/survivors as it relates to their role in the system. Training is not an educational presentation or prevention education.
Education means providing general information that will increase public awareness of sexual assault, domestic violence, dating violence, and stalking. (For example: presentations to groups such as high school students, community groups, or parents/guardians.)