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Family Advocacy Program Training
The Intimate Partner Physical Injury Risk Assessment Tool Training provides Family Advocacy Program clinicians with an overview for conducting a thorough risk assessment and demonstrates how to use the module to evaluate the likelihood of future violence by individuals reported for domestic abuse or intimate partner violence. Clinicians will apply what they learn through instructional activities and an end-of-course assessment.
Learn more about the Family Advocacy Program course below.
Are you a commander, senior enlisted leader or supervisor who wants to prevent abuse? This course will help you learn the Family Advocacy Program’s approach to preventing domestic abuse, child abuse and neglect. It walks you through four scenarios, based on real situations, to help you respond to incidents and protect military families. To enroll in this course, you must have a Common Access Card, or CAC.
Length: 45 minutes
Audience: Military leaders & supervisors
As a clinician for the Family Advocacy Program, you look for ways to improve services and keep victims of domestic abuse safe. This course was developed to help you better understand the Intimate Partner Physical Injury Risk Assessment Tool, and how you can use it to evaluate risk and develop management strategies to prevent future abuse. The training includes an end-of-assessment to help you apply what you’ve learned. Visit IPPI-RAT Resources for more information.
Length: 60-90 minutesVisit MilLife Learning
Audience: FAP Clinicans