Trainings & Events
As the state coalition, it is our duty to provide the best information available to the many leaders and community members who can help prevent and stop domestic violence. Our trainings provide up-to-date information about best practices while unifying Texas advocates in the movement.
All TCFV Trainings and Events
BIPP Educational Series – The BIPP Educational Series is a combination of in–person and web–based training opportunities for battering intervention facilitators.
Capitol Day – Each legislative session, the Texas Association Against Sexual Assault and the Texas Council on Family Violence partner to host Capitol Day.
Criminal Justice System Response Training – The CJSRT brings together law enforcement, family violence advocates, criminal justice personnel, and other professionals who work with survivors and their children and family members of offenders to help enhance a consistent, collaborative community response to family violence and networking.
Executive Directories Series – The Executive Directors Series is a combination of in–person and web–based training opportunities for new and tenured executive directors to enhance expertise and improve strategic and programmatic management.
General Membership Meeting – members and supporters meet each year for updates on TCFV’s work and networking opportunities.
Judicial Summit – This Summit brings together a diverse group of judges from across the state for training by and discussion with national and state experts to recognize and implement best practices in family violence cases.
One in the Movement Series – The One in the Movement is a combination of in–person and web–based trainings for family violence advocates.
Prevention Resources – The prevention resources are intended to supplement and enhance domestic violence programs’ knowledge of cutting edge prevention strategies that are being implemented locally and nationally.
Prosecutors Summit – TCFV conducts a statewide summit in–person and online legal educational presentations and roundtable training sessions for prosecutors from a variety of Texas communities. Training sessions are customized to the needs of those attending and designed to encourage attendees to disseminate to colleagues statewide.
Regional Meetings – These meetings are designed to facilitate multi-disciplinary collaboration among regional partners to enhance domestic violence service provision. This is also a great opportunity to develop relationships within the region and network with community partners.