Introduction to Pre-Approved NACP Basic Victim Advocacy (BVA) Training (40 Hours).
5-day Basic Victim Advocacy Training Course
To equip, educate, and empower victim advocates and provide essential resources to our communities on topics such as domestic violence, sexual assault, and human trafficking.
Restoration & Purpose Training Academy (RPTA) delivers a cutting-edge victim advocate training for the military and civilian sector.
We provide historical and current data and statistics on sexual assault and domestic violence that centers around an approved training curriculum through the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP).
RPTA understands the seriousness of sexual assault, domestic violence, human trafficking other serious public health issues; therefore, our trainers are skilled and knowledgeable, energetic, and passionate about public health topics and training.
Come for the strategies and stay for the community network, discuss, and share ideas with your peers. We are designed to facilitate small and large-scale groups.
10 Lessons / 5 Days
Dive deep with our 10 lessons that take you through everything you need to know, from the basics all the way to the cutting edge.
Handouts & Quizzes
Cement your knowledge with downloads, worksheets, and quizzes. Don’t forget a thing and know how to implement what you learned effectively.
Our training includes the approved 40-hour Basic Advocate (BVA) training, but not limited to, an array of individualized training courses. We are designed to facilitate small-and large-scale audiences.
Our program offers a certificate of completion and continuing education units (CEUs) for participating in our accredited training program. RPTA administrative department work simultaneously with the RPTA training department to ensure a smooth experience for our clients.
Our training department prepares all training coursework and material, and the administrative department prepares victim advocates’ certification packets and submit to the National Advocate credentialing Program Manger prior to the NACP application deadline. Our Program Manger tracks each client’s process from beginning to the completion of the training and afterwards. We offer new and former victims’ advocates additional CEUs courses and continue to track students 2-year renewal periods.
Advocacy/Role of the Advocate
Civil/Criminal Justice System
History of the Movement
Crime Victims Compensation
Trauma of Victimization
Restoration & Purpose Training Academy, LLC – 2024 Training Dates (Virtual/In-Person)
March 21-22, 2024
About the Training Course
This five-day Basic Victim Advocacy Training Course is designed to train and qualify advocates to aid crime victims. It can be offered virtually or in-person and will cover the foundational topic of victim advocacy and providing trauma-informed services. Restoration & Purpose Training Academy’s Pre-Approved NACP, Basic Victim Advocacy Training includes Restoration & Purpose Training Academy Instructors, training materials, technology orientation, and Certificate of Completion for each attendee.
“I had the pleasure of sitting in on one of Dr. Tracy’s “Domestic Violence Awareness Training” and was blown away by her story. I was inspired by her courage and confidence to tell her story. Listening to her made me want to go and talk to my own kids about domestic violence.”
Mr. Damien Vinson
“I would like to thank her for all that she has done and is continually doing in support of her mission. The individuals who this outlet have helped and will help in the future can continually benefit from all of your support. Keep doing what you are doing with this awesome ministry.”
Mrs. Latonyia West
“The content she presented was very detailed and relatable. It made me reevaluate some of my previous relationships, and I can now see that I too was a victim of domestic abuse. The information she provided peeled back the many layers of domestic violence that many people may not be aware of. Having an instructor that has personally been affected makes it more relatable for the audience.”
Additional Training Opportunities
Victim Advocate Advance Training
BE BOLD: Innovative Approaches to Advocacy
Are you ready to elevate your advocacy skills and increase Victim engagement? Join us and learn Bold & Creative strategies and tools. As well as learn how to avoid burnout. Are you ready to elevate? Our trainers are all experts in their field, and will create a learning environment that will focus on building you as a Victim Advocate to be the best you can be for Survivors. This training will provide 16 CEUs.
-Trauma and the Brain
-Healing Modalities in Victim Services
-Emotionally Healthy Advocates
-Diversity in Victim Services
-Addiction After Trauma
-Services for the LGBQTIA+ Community
When: March 21-22, 2024
Where: Brandon Park Center – 502 E Sadie St, Brandon, FL 33510
Dr. Tracy Spencer-Sandolph-Victim Advocate & Trauma Specialist
Dr. Vanessa Dunn Guyton-Victim Advocate & Trauma Specialist
Dr. Juanita Britt McDonald-Victim Advocate & Trauma Specialist
Ms. Teaira Mack-Herbalist, Reiki Master
Register: https://hushnomore.regfox.com/be-bold-innovative-approaches-to-advocacy or click here
Early Bird Registration Fee $385.00 (Before January 20, 2024)
General Registration Fee $425.00 (Before March 9, 2024)
All prices include lunch, gift bag, and all activities.
Please contact our office if you have any questions, 813-657-0117 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org