Apply for OVC TTAC’s NVAA, Effective Management Series: “Developing and Sustaining Collaborations”

Apply for Office for Victims of Crime Training and Technical Assistance Center’s (OVC TTAC) National Victim Assistance Academy, Effective Management Series: “Developing and Sustaining Collaborations.”

When victim services organizations collaborate with each other, each organization is able to expand their ability to more effectively serve victims. Successful collaborations take time, energy, and effort (and sometimes a lot of patience). This training will address how to identify when a collaboration is needed, how to choose potential partners and generate an action plan, and how to measure success.

The training is designed for managers who currently work in the victim services field. It will be delivered online over the course of 4 weeks, beginning on October 1. Each week, except for the introductory week, will include a 75-minute facilitated webinar. In addition to attending the webinar, you can expect to spend an additional hour per week completing written assignments, readings, or watching videos. CEUs will be awarded for this training. Please Note: Space is limited. Apply today to reserve your seat.

All webinars are conducted from 11:30 a.m.–12:45 p.m. (eastern time)

Introductory Week: The Foundations of Collaborations, October 1–5. No webinar this week.

Week 1: Forming Collaborations, October 8–12, webinar on October 11.

Week 2: Collaboration in Action, October 15–19, webinar on October 18.

Week 2: Evaluating the Outcomes, October 22–26, webinar on October 25.

For more information about this training, please email