MSCASA offers a variety of trainings and consulting services through, but not limited to, on-site trainings, webinars, and audio- conference calls. The intent of our trainings is to provide information and skill-building to support effective advocacy, programming, outreach, capacity building,, strategic planning and continued education. Training is tailored according to the organization’s needs and its targeted audience varying from 30 minute workshops to multi-day trainings. MSCASA trainings are facilitated by its experienced staff (link to staff page) and the Coalition’s network of experts located throughout the state and national sectors.
Training Topics include, but are not limited to
- First Responder and Crisis Intervention
- Trauma Informed Response
- Understanding Sexual Assault
- Sexual Assault Prevention
- Drug-Facilitated Sexual Assault
- Medical Examinations
- Sexual Assault Response Teams (SART)
- Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE)
- Faith Based
- Campus Based Training and Education
- Rural Education and Prevention
- Law Enforcement and Military Response Training
Who Do We Train
MSCASA ability to train on a variety of sexual assault issues and related topics has allowed us to train broad a range of service providers throughout the state. Our training applies to advocates, counselors, health care providers, grass roots, K-12, colleges, youth organizations, college and universities, military, educators, faith based institutions, criminal justice and the general public.
To request a training click here.