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Workshop Proposal Application 2018

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This is a Long Form

Please read through the form and gather all the required materials together before you begin to fill out the form.

Notes

  • Please review our RFP Guidance
  • Childcare: WCSAP would like to support caregivers to be trainers.
    • If assistance with childcare would increase your ability to be a trainer, please call Annette to discuss more options that WCSAP provides.
  • Handouts:  Any information to be distributed to workshop participants must be provided to WCSAP.
  • Advocates and survivors of sexual violence are encouraged to submit proposals.

Thank you!

We appreciate your time and effort.  We will review your proposal(s) on an ongoing basis and follow-up when opportunities arise.  Please contact Annette Saenz with any questions at (360) 754-7583 ext.107 or at annette@wcsap.org
 

Trainer Contact Information
Trainer Biography
150 word maximum, written in the 3rd person
Workshop General Information
*Training levels are important in order for participants to make better decisions about which workshops to attend. Beginning levels are geared towards people who have been doing this work for less than 2 years and have a basic understanding of the dynamics of sexual assault. Intermediate levels are geared towards people who have a good working knowledge of sexual assault issues and are seeking to improve skills in new areas beyond foundational concepts. Advanced levels are geared towards people who have been doing this work for at least 5 years and have a comprehensive knowledge of sexual assault issues; these workshops should empower participants to bring new approaches back to their communities.
If your workshop provides CEUs for clinical/therapist conference participants and you are a licensed mental health professional (Master’s level or above), then WCSAP will pursue approval for credit by the Washington Mental Health Counselors Association. If you intend to present a workshop offering CEUs, please mark “yes” above.
Workshop Objectives and Description
A bulleted or numbered list of the workshop learning objectives.
A description of the proposed training (150-word maximum)
Workshop Setup
How should the space be arranged?
Workshop Accessibility
WCSAP makes every effort possible to ensure we meet language and disability accommodations. One way to ensure successful oral and American Sign Language translation of your workshop is to provide your materials to the translator ahead of time. Your timely submittal of handouts and outlines aids in this accessibility.
Reviewed: October 13th, 2017