Materials from August 27, 2013 CDPH Pre-conference training institute

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On Tuesday August 27, 2013 Alexis Marbach from the Rhode Island Coalition Against Domestic Violence led a training for California RPE grantees. The training, entitled “Logic Models for Prevention Programming II” explored the basics of creating logic models for prevention programming. The materials from that training can be found here:

 

PowerPoint slides

Training handouts

Logic Model

 

A series of regional trainings that offer follow-up support for creating logic models that inform program planning and RPE Scope of Work development have been on-going.

Please find a list of remaining trainings below:

  • North (Sacramento): Friday October 18, 2013, 10am-1pm
    WEAVE 1900 K Street Sacramento, CA 95811
  • Bay (Burlingame): Tuesday October 22, 2013, 10am-1pm
    Rape Trauma Services 1860 El Camino Real, Suite 406 Burlingame, CA 94010
  • Far North (Arcata): Thursday November 7, 2013 10am-1pm               Humboldt State University 1 Harpst Street Arcata, CA 95521

The regional trainings primarily explore how logic models can be used as a tool for program planning and how a logic model can be used to craft SMART objectives for an RPE Scope of Work. Additionally, the trainings provide opportunities for individual support.

Please contact Abby Sims Abby.Sims@caclasa.org if you have any questions about these trainings.

Register today at http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Fall13_PreventionRegionalTrainings

 

These trainings are supported by the California Department of Public Health, Safe and Active Communities Branch, Rape Prevention and Education (RPE) Program, funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), National Center for Injury Prevention and Control.

 

 

Abby Sims

Abigail Sims began her work in the movement to end relationship and sexual violence in 1995, as a violence prevention educator. Since that time she has had the privilege of participating in local, statewide, and national efforts to prevent and respond to relationship and sexual violence through various activities including crisis counseling and advocacy, professional training and technical assistance, program development and management, evaluation, policy advocacy, self-defense instruction, and materials writing and development.

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