Trainings and webinarsTrainings, Webinars, & Education
As the statewide coalition dedicated to ending sexual violence, LaFASA is also the statewide resource for trainings, webinars, & community education on a variety of sexual violence topics & related topics. The majority of our trainings are FREE and open to everyone, however, some are exclusively for LaFASA members or accreditated member center staff.
Our goal is to make information about supporting survivors and effectively eliminating sexual violence accessible to EVERYONE! If you are interested in collaborating with LaFASA to host a training, please contact LaFASA's Director of Education and Prevention.
Types of Trainings
In an effort to make your experience better and this information more accessible, LaFASA has embraced e-learning through webinars! Our webinars cover a variety subjects to help advocates & service providers stay informed about best practices for serving survivors and preventing sexual violence. These webinars are typically 1 - 1.5 hours and are presented by LaFASA staff and experts in the field.
Check out our recorded webinars for a quick refresher or to learn more about a specific topic.
If you need an expert to speak to your class, organization, or/and community group about sexual violence, LaFASA can help! Our knowledgable staff and interactive presentations will result in an engaged and informed audience!
Check out our outreach and awareness program for information about tabling at conferences, participating in a community event, or Sexual Assault Awareness Month!
Workshops, Summits, Conferences
In addition to webinars, LaFASA also offers in-person training opportunities throughout Louisiana. These in-person trainings are a great way to meet and connect with advocates and service providers from near and far!
Check out our events page to learn more about upcoming training opportunities!
LaFASA's 40 Hour Advocate Training
This specialized curriculum teaches accreditated member staff and volunteers aabout advocacy & crisis support, the realities and impact of sexual assault, procedures to follow in common situations, techniques to support recovery, and compassion fatigue and self-care. For more information about the LaFASA 40 Hour Advocate Training, contact LaFASA's Director of Education and Prevention.
LaFASA strives to provide you with the resources and tinformation you need. Our staff can train and/or present on a wide variety of sexual violence topics and related topics. The list below is not a comprehensive list of the types of trainings LaFASA can provide. If you are interested in a specific topic for a training or presentation, please contact LaFASA's Director of Education and Prevention.
- What is Sexual Violence?
- What is Prevention?
- Engaging Men in Sexual Violence Prevention
- Creating Effective Community Sexual Assault Response Teams
- Stalking and Sexual Violence
- Campus Sexual Assault
- Military Sexual Violence
- Sexual Assault & Sexual Health
- Intimate Partner Sexual Violence
- Title XI: Overview
- Sexual Violence in the LBGTQ Community
- How to Promote & Market Sexual Assault Programs
- Mandated Reporting: Overview
- Working with Teen Survivors
- Sexual Harassment
- And More!
Who We Work With
- Community Groups
- Educational Institutions, Faculty, Staff, & Students (Pre-K - University)
- Law Enforcement
- Medical Professionals
- Therapists & Counselors
- Judges, Attorneys & Other Legal Professionals
- Restaurants, Bartenders & Hospitality Workers
- Private Companies & Corporations
- Any group interested in supporting survivors and preventing sexual violence