— A Few Stats
About Our Training
Trainings Hosted in 2021
Individuals Trained in 2021
TA Requests Fulfilled in 2021
Resources Distributed in 2021
— Online & In-Person
Training & Technical Assistance
CCASA provides training and technical assistance to our members and others in the community. If you have questions about specific trainings reach out to Sierra Agens at email@example.com for more information.
If you are ready to request a training, submit the training request form.
— Online Events
Webinars provide the opportunity to access statewide and national trainers at your own computer and on your own time. Upcoming webinars can be found on our Calendar of Events and past webinars can be found on our YouTube channel.
Do you have webinar ideas or topics you’d like to see? Submit the form below.
Training new staff and volunteers sometimes poses a challenge for sexual assault programs with limited resources and time. With our online courses available at no cost to members, participants can learn at their own pace when their schedule allows.Our Online Learning Center is now available through our Coalition Manager site. You can view the available trainings by visiting our Training page and clicking on the “Available” tab.
To complete this course, you’ll have to have a Coalition Manager profile with CCASA. Contact your agency’s Coalition Manager administrator for them to add you to the staff list or watch the Coalition Manager webinar sections Adding Staff and Logging In for additional support. If you still need support, contact Kathy for help accessing your profile.
Reach out to Sierra at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions about the OLC.
— Learn at Your Own Pace
ONLINE LEARNING CENTER
— Hosted Annually
CCASA hosts an annual meeting for campus-based advocates to convene, network, and enhance their skills through training and discussion on current topics and trends. Contact Maria at email@example.com to get involved in planning or to participate!
CCASA hosts an annual Sexual Assault Advocate Training Institute (SAATI) to help programs train new staff. Designed to provide the training hours necessary to meet statutory requirements for advocate privilege, this training increases advocate’s knowledge and skills to effectively support survivors of sexual assault.
For more information, visit our Sexual Assault Advocate Training Institute page.
— Meet Requirements
SEXUAL ASSAULT ADVOCATE TRAINING INSTITUTE
— Focus on Best Practices
The SART (Sexual Assault Response Team) Institute focuses on Colorado-based best practices and innovations in sexual assault collaborations and response. The Institute is ideal for both new and established teams. Contact Jordan at firstname.lastname@example.org or Sierra at email@example.com for more information.
CCASA provides individualized training and technical assistance on a wide range of topics related to sexual violence. Contact us to learn more about how we can tailor a training specifically for your needs. You can also request Training and TA using this form. If CCASA cannot meet a training need, we have access to statewide and national resources to help you.
CCASA’s technical assistance, training and other programs are designed to transform our communities.
Trainings: include but are not limited to:
- Sexual Assault Advocacy
- Culturally Specific Advocacy
- Higher Education Advocacy
- Anti-Oppression and Equity
- Coordinated Community Response
- Non-Profit and Organizational Management
- Colorado Specific Survivor Options
Technical Assistance includes but not limited to the following topics:
- Community Education, Outreach, and Awareness
- Training and Curriculum Development
- Volunteer management
- Collaboration with Grass roots agencies
- Program development, planning, and management
- Website and social media management
- Organizational, financial, and grant management
— Tailored Training