Training Institute Events 2018

In-Person Training

These trainings are offered throughout the year at several locations in Ohio. They provide problem-solving strategies and expertise to meet the ongoing challenges of addressing domestic violence. All trainings include CEUs for social workers and counselors. Registration is usually limited to 25 participants and opens about three months prior to the training.

Download the 2018 Schedule

Feb. 13-15 Pickerington
The New Playbook: Standing Strong to Promote Non-Violence Co-Facilitator Training Register
Feb. 21, 2018 Columbus
Moving Ahead Through Financial Empowerment Register
Mar. 15, 2018 Lebanon
Trauma-Informed Crisis Intervention: Verbal De-escalation & Conflict Resolution Register
April 5, 2018 Columbus
Documentation: What Every Advocate Needs to Know Registration opens Jan. 30, 2018
April 24, 2018 Lima
Using Motivational Interviewing & Interventions in Assessment, Safety & Service Planning Register
June 15, 2018 Nelsonville
Exploring Strategies to Support Young Adults Experiencing Domestic Violence Registration opens March 15, 2018


Webinars provide an in-depth learning experience on multiple topics related to domestic violence. All webinars begin at 1 p.m. Live webinars are recorded and available to download in the Online Learning Academy.

Jan. 25, 2018 at 1 p.m. Online
An Advocate's Guide to Financial Empowerment Register
April 17, 2018 at 1 p.m. Online
Stalking and Technology Registration opens soon
June 28, 2018 at 1 p.m. Online
Mental Health and Substance Use Coercion Registration opens Spring 2018

Online Learning Academy

The Online Learning Academy provides a variety of educational opportunities for advocates, allied partners and others wishing to expand their knowledge of issues related to domestic violence. The online training materials may be in the form of modules, courses, videos, quizzes and other learning methods.

ODVN is transitioning to a new online learning platform that will launch in February 2018. More updates here (PDF).

Caucuses & Task Forces

The Ohio Domestic Violence Network supports local member programs through sponsoring task forces and caucuses that address the ways in which domestic violence impacts different communities and groups of people. Caucuses and task forces are made up of professionals, service providers, advocates, and community members who are interested in issues related to specific underserved populations. ODVN has task forces addressing domestic violence and disabilities, domestic violence and immigration, and domestic violence in the LGBTQI community. ODVN also facilitates the Women of Color and Child Advocacy Caucus.

More information about Caucuses & Task Forces.

Technical Assistance and Training

ODVN offers on-site and telephone consultation to domestic violence service providers and allied professionals, including batterer intervention programs. In addition, ODVN assists communities in developing coordinated community responses to domestic violence and sponsors issue-specific networking caucuses and taskforces.

Additional Information Here.

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