The courses in this category are short online trainings for those who supervise domestic violence victim advocates. These courses may be used to satisfy initial and ongoing training requirements for supervisors as outlined in WAC 388-61A-0350 and WAC 388-61A-0370.


WAC 388-61A-0350

(7) Within six months of being hired as an advocate supervisor and for each year thereafter, the supervisor must obtain a minimum of five hours of training on supervision. Supervision training can be counted toward the twenty hours of annual continuing education training hours required by this chapter. Examples of supervision training topics include leadership skills, job coaching and staff evaluation, personnel management, effective communication and managing conflict, multicultural supervision, and how to foster professional development of, and self-care with, advocates. While live, in-person training is the preferred method for supervision training, all methods of live and self-study training are acceptable.

This is one of two courses about hiring. 

The two courses will help you identify and hire the right employee for your DV program:

  • Course A prepares you to get ready to hire.
  • Course B prepares you to run an effective hiring process
Course A will provide you with the tools and confidence to get started on your next hiring process, including how to remain rooted in your values and create your hiring timeline.

This is one of two courses about hiring. 

The two courses will help you identify and hire the right employee for your DV program:

  • Course A prepares you to get ready to hire.
  • Course B prepares you to run an effective hiring process
Course B will help prepare you to review applications, conduct interviews, make good hiring decisions, and avoid hiring pitfalls.