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Online Training

Training for Non-Members / Community Partners / Allied Professionals

NJCEDV offers a variety of trainings to community partners as well as our member programs. Currently, the training topics available as E-Learning modules include: 

Disclaimer: These lessons were created by NJCEDV as part of our 40-Hour Training and have been individualized for external use. The 40-Hour Training is only available to domestic violence advocates working or volunteering at a DV agency. Completion of this lesson does not guarantee placement as an advocate in a program or that you will have “victim-counselor” privilege in your communication with victims. 

To register, please click on the link of the lesson(s) above that you’d like to complete and click “Register.” You will then be prompted to enter your information and pay the registration fee. Once you have registered, you will receive a confirmation email and an email from Coalition Manager with the access link to the training module. 

If you work at a Non-Profit Organization, would like to register a group of 5 or more people, or plan to take at least 5 of the modules, please reach out to to find out about available discounts. 

Training for Members 

NJCEDV’s 40-Hour Domestic Violence Training is only available for advocates of NJCEDV’s Member Programs. This training is a web-based, self-paced learning experience for advocates new to the field of domestic violence. This training program covers the basics of advocacy, understanding the dynamics and impact of domestic violence, equity and inclusion in domestic violence services, and much more! 

Completion of this training program counts toward the required 40-Hour Domestic Violence Training for advocates (N.J.S.A. 2A:84A-22.13 to -22.16; N.J. Rule of Evidence 517). However, completion of this training program alone does not guarantee you placement as an advocate in a program or that you will have “victim-counselor” privilege in your communication with victims. You will need additional training from your domestic violence program to orient you to your role. In addition, you will need to receive ongoing supervision from your domestic violence program in order to maintain confidential and privileged communication with victims and survivors you work with.   

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