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January 29th, 2020FVIP Basics 1: Joining the Movement to End Family Violence (6 FVIP Hours) - $25
Prosecuting Attorney's Council, Fourth Floor
1590 Adamson Pkwy
Morrow, GA 30260
This training explores the movement to end family violence through discussions and activities, including a review of the history of batterer intervention programs in the United States and Georgia. An overview of research on the effectiveness of batterer intervention programs will be provided. The training will conclude with a detailed discussion on the steps and requirements of facilitator certification.
January 30th, 2020
FVIP Basics 2: Safety & Accountability (7 FVIP Hours) - $25
This training explores the role of victim safety and participant accountability in the work to family violence intervention programs in Georgia. Explore the concept of accountability, discuss to whom are family violence intervention programs accountable, and how can we embrace and uphold victim safety as the core of work with batterers. The training will include a detailed overview of the role and requirements of Victim Liaisons.
January 31st, 2020
FVIP Basics 3: Participant, Program & Class Process (7 FVIP Hours) - $25
This training covers updates to the FVIP Rules concerning the entire FVIP process, from participant referral, to intake and exit procedures, to class design, class rules, facilitation considerations, class culture and group process, compliance monitoring and reporting.
Seating is limited. You may attend one training session or all three training days. Each training day costs $25 (non refundable and non transferable). You must mail a check or money order made out to the Georgia Commission on Family Violence (270 Washington Street SW Suite 5-145, Atlanta, GA 30334) by January 14th, 2020 to secure your registration. Failure for GCFV to receive your check or money order in the correct amount owed by January 14th, 2020 will result in your spot being given to another registrant.