Each topic area will have a basic training in three locations and one advanced topic. The basic training will include livestreaming for rural areas not able to attend in person.
The UP Project will also conduct a live webinar for each of the four topic areas. Webinars will be 60 minutes in length, consisting of lecture, live polling, quizzes, interactive discussions, video clips and question and answer time. All web-based trainings will be recorded and archived online for future viewing opportunities.
Each of the four topic areas will also have an “Ask the Expert” session each year. These sessions will consist of a 20-minute video-recorded training, followed by two opportunities to “ask the expert” questions about the topic. Each “Ask the Expert” session will be 30 minutes long and will be in a live, virtual format. All web-based trainings will be recorded and archived online for future viewing opportunities.
Office Hours will be offered by Subject Matter Experts for victim service providers to have one-on-one question and answer time regarding specific practices, strategies and/or unique issues in service delivery.
Effective Service Delivery to Underserved Populations - a series of handouts that will offer strategies for working with each specific victim group. The intent of this resource is provide a tool that will encourage providers to change the way they deliver services to these target groups on each specific topic.
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The UP Project is a proud provider of technical assistance to victim service providers in California and works to ensure that all counties are receiving the training and resources necessary to serve the underserved populations. To receive technical assistance please fill out the TA Request Form.
A group space online for victim service providers to network, share resources and ideas, and find out the latest training and resource opportunities from the project. The Practitioners Exchange will be hosted using a Google group.