Harrell Center

Training

Educational Programs

Continuing Education

Graduate Courses

PHC 6413: Family/Community Violence in Public Health (2-weeks Summer, 3 credits course)


Faculty from the Harrell Center teach a graduate level course in family violence, which provides an overview of the most serious policy and research issues specific to the field of family violence. The course covers theory, research, and applied programs in community settings. For more information about this course see COPH Course Listing (PHC 6413: Family/Community Violence in Public Health) at: https://confluence.usf.edu/display/COPHHB/Course+Listing

Continuing Education Workshops

At the Harrell Center we also provide on-demand workshops on the topic of “Domestic Violence Awareness Training for Healthcare Professionals” to provide health service organizations with the required continuing education training on the area of domestic violence (CEUs) as required by Florida legislation. Other examples previous workshops include “Domestic Violence and Healthcare: the Basics and Beyond”, “Domestic Violence and Mediation: the Basics and Beyond”.  Please contact Abraham Salinas asalinas@health.usf.edu for more information.

Upcoming Training

Training opportunities are updated regularly. Check back often!

The Florida Coalition Against Domestic Violence provides training for domestic violence center staff and volunteers, as well as support and information on advocacy and programming. A training calendar is available at http://www.fcadv.org/training

The National Institute of Crime Prevention hosts nine training classes yearly in five cities nationwide. Full details on the trainings are available at http://www.nicp.net

Who Should Attend?
Law Enforcement Supervisors, Patrol Officers, Detectives, Investigators, Victim Advocates, Victim Service Providers, Prosecutors and Sexual Assault Workers.

National Network to End Domestic Violence Fund

NNEDV safety net training discusses ways to help victims be safe from abusers in relationship to technology.