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END GUEST HOST SESSION - Thank you for participating in OVC’s Web Forum Guest Host Session Series. We hope this discussion will help you better serve crime victims. Please continue to discuss this an...
OVCRC
08/13/2008
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What are the costs associated with attending the NVAA?
Marcus
08/13/2008
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Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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Many of my staff personnel have at least 4 or more years in the area of victim services, including the Director. We, however, have never participated in SVAA or credentialling. We want to enhance our ski...
cvaughah
08/13/2008
arrow icon Track 3 is an excellent track for those who have experience ...
christine
08/14/2008
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Can you please point me in the direction of an advocate training manual? Although we attend a variety of state and local trainings, we need more detailed information.
Dawn Sutton
08/13/2008
arrow icon OVC sponsored the development of a 40 hr online course for v...
christine
08/13/2008
arrow icon I would suggest that you might want to start with the NVAA M...
Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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Is the National Advocate Credentialing Program similar to CEU's?
ChrisK
08/13/2008
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christine
08/13/2008
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Is it possible to register for Track 2 and only attend one or two of the Specialized Trainings? Or am I required to attend all the trainings offered in the Track?
Clare
08/13/2008
arrow icon The current format for Track 2, Specialized Training, allows...
Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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Maine/NH VAA is taking a close look at the structure and delivery methods of our curriculum. I am intrigued by the new NVAA curriculum. How would you recommend a program explore which models will best fi...
Jolene Twombly
08/13/2008
arrow icon The revised NVAA Curriculum is competency and skills-buildin...
Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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I've attended my state SVAA, so which track would be most appropriate for me at the next NVAA?
Carey
08/13/2008
arrow icon Most SVAA's have similar content to the NVAA, although there...
Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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How are the states doing about certifying or credentialing their victim specialists? Do you assist the Roper Victim Assistance Academy in Maryland with its curriculum and development?
Deb Tall
08/13/2008
arrow icon A recent OVC Web Forum dealt with the topic of credentialing...
Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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Could you please tell us about the leadership track for the NVAA? When will the next NVAA be held?
Whitney Zeigler
08/13/2008
arrow icon You can find a great deal of information about the NVAA on t...
Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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Over the last decade I have witnessed first hand the struggles Victim Advocates have endured to acquire the respect and compensation we deserve. What is being done to enhance our profession?
Greg Baker
08/13/2008
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Vli
01/12/2009
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christine
08/13/2008
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Pls clarify the importance and role of victim's rights and services training in the development of prevention edcuation information and outreach. Too often, the public overlooks the value of what we learn...
NancySabin
08/13/2008
arrow icon You are asking a very interesting question that harkens back...
Mario Gaboury
08/13/2008
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START GUEST HOST SESSION - The Office for Victims of Crime (OVC) is pleased to welcome Christine Edmunds and Dr. Mario Gaboury to the OVC Web Forum. They are available to answer your questions on best prac...
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