Domestic Violence Training Series


 

Domestic Violence Advocacy Skills Training

The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA) is partnering with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) to host a domestic violence advocacy skills training for prosecutors. The goal of this collaboration is to provide high quality learning-by-doing training to attorneys who are prosecuting domestic violence cases. This training provides a rare opportunity to prosecutors for free access to NITA courses which are intensive and interactive.

All attendees are required to register so that we will have your up-to-date contact information and materials ready for you upon arrival. Spots are limited, don’t wait to register!

 

This training is designed for the state of Georgia. If you are interested, please use this Link to submit your information for consideration.

This training is designed to cover the Spokane region:Idaho, Oregon and Washington. If you are interested, please use this Link to submit your information for consideration.


 

Domestic Violence Supervisory Skills Training

The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys (APA) is partnering with the National Institute for Trial Advocacy (NITA) to host a domestic violence advocacy supervisory skills training for prosecutors. The goal of this collaboration is to provide high quality learning-by-doing supervisory and leadership skills training to mid-level prosecutors who are managing a domestic violence unit. This training provides a rare opportunity to prosecutors for free access to NITA courses which are intensive and interactive. 
All attendees are required to register so that we will have your up-to-date contact information and materials ready for you upon arrival. Spots are limited, don’t wait to register!

If you are interested, please use this please use this Link to submit your information for consideration.