See our training hub here. Please note: these courses are currently only available for anti-violence workers. 

The Concussion Awareness Training Tool is a 45-minute online course designed to provide anti-violence support workers with the information they need to take an evidence-based approach in responding to and managing concussion.

The Trauma-Informed Practice (TIP) Foundations Curriculum offered by the Justice Institute of BC (JIBC) is for those currently working in the justice, public safety, and anti-violence community sectors who wish to increase their knowledge, confidence, and skills to support victims/survivors of trauma through the justice system.

This curriculum consists of seven online modules and a one-day in-person or virtual facilitated course and is free for anti-violence workers.

EVA BC offers training on community coordination for survivors of sexual assault including:

Responding to Disclosures of Sexual Assault Training

This workshop provides information about the social context of sexual assault, the impacts of sexual assault and trauma, responding to disclosures best practices and reporting options.

Community Coordination Training

Many communities will have a type of coordination committee that works with local service providers to improve services and enhance safety for all survivors. The focus of this workshop is on building or revitalizing and sustaining local coordination initiatives to address gender-based violence.

Click here for more information or contact ccss@endingviolence.org to make a request for training.  

QMUNITY is a non-profit organization based in Vancouver, BC that works to improve queer, trans, and Two-Spirit lives.   

QMUNITY’s education program offers a range of options that enable individuals to gain knowledge and understanding of Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity (SOGI). 

Living in Community (LIC) is a provincial non-profit organization and registered charity that is working to collaboratively improve the health and safety of sex workers and address community concerns. 

LIC offers online courses on: 

  • Creating new perspective on sex workers’ safety and acceptance in society. 
  • How to approach and provide health and social services to sex workers.
  • Human trafficking and how to support survivors. 

The BC Network of Child and Youth Advocacy Centres (CYACs) represents children and youth who have experienced abuse in British Columbia. The BC Network of CYACs advocates for improvements to the way systems respond to abuse, and coordinated and comprehensive services. 

The BC Network of CYACs published the first edition of the BC Network of Child and Youth Advocacy Centre Practice Principles.  The purpose of this manual is to support the practice of professionals in four areas: interviewing children and youth, case management, health services and mental health services.  

Please email Brooke McLardy, Coordinator, at info@bccyac.ca or use the contact form to access the BC Network of Child and Youth Advocacy Centre Practice Principles manual. 

Rise Women’s Legal Centre is a community legal centre that provides accessible legal services that are responsive to the needs of self-identifying women and gender diverse clients.

Rise Women’s Legal Centre developed a guide “When You Weren’t Expecting” which provides legal information for people who are pregnant outside of a long-term relationship, including sexual assault survivors.

Questions? Contact our Community Coordination for Survivor Safety (CCSS) team at ccss@endingviolence.org.