DVOMB Online Lunch & Learns
First Monday of Even Months
DVOMB lunch and learns occur every other month, on the first Monday of even months. Stay tuned to our email announcements.
TOPIC: Provider Database Management System Training for Approved Providers
Caroleena Frane, LPC, CAS, ADS
Jesse Hansen, MPA
This training will provide an overview and instruction on the features, requirements, and capabilities of the new Provider Database Management System (PDMS). The PDMS is the new online portal where Approved Providers will be able to update contact information, submit applications, and submit client data to the DVOMB. The transition to the PDMS will involve a few steps for Approved Providers to activate their account and create a password. This training is mandatory for Approved Providers and trainings will be segmented by practice level. Please note that these trainings will be recorded and accessible to those who are unable to attend.
There is no registration for these trainings. You will receive a separate email with instructions for how to attend this training. Training credit will be provided.
Specialized Trainer Application - Apply Now
The SOMB and DVOMB are assembling a catalog of possible training resources on specific and specialized areas that can be offered annually. We plan to sponsor and list trainings on the website that allows individuals to register for a particular training. Once enough individuals have registered for that training, our office will contract with the trainer, schedule the training, and notify those registered. Examples of some specific and specialized trainings include but are not limited to, female offenders, LGBT+ offenders, psychopathy, etc.
If you are an experienced trainer and would like to be considered for the 2021 year, please fill out this training application and email it back to us. Even if you are not an experienced presenter, we are here to help you! Please fill out the form and submit it to us. We want to help professionals in our field grow and share their knowledge and expertise.
This form is intended for individuals who possess expertise in specialized areas that are relevant to the domestic violence and sex offense management fields. Submission of this form does not guarantee any contractual agreement with the Office of Domestic Violence and Sex Offender Management (ODVSOM). Rather, if selected, the ODVSOM may consider and choose to advertise training events based on interest, registration, cost, and availability.
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Date/Cost: This is an online training based on interest. Given the uncertain circumstances around the COVID19 pandemic, there is a slight chance this training might occur in person. Once we have a group of 50 interested individuals registered, our office will finalize details on the date and cost of the training.
DVOMB Training Courses
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Request for Accommodations
For questions about accessibility or to request special accommodations please contact Marina Borysov at 720-454-6422 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org. We kindly request at least two weeks advance notice of any needed accommodations.
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DVOMB Core Trainings
DV100 DVOMB & Standards Overview - FREE Register Here
DV200 DVOMB Community Roundtable Discussion- FREE
Due to COVID-19 and in an abundance of caution, no Community Roundtable Discussions are planned at this time.
Please look for future training announcements for when these will resume.
DVOMB Advanced Series
The DVOMB is able to provide most of the training opportunities at no cost. The primary exception includes some courses offered in the DVOMB Advanced Series. A fee may be charged for these courses to cover costs of inviting a national speaker to present.
Watch for announcements.
DV100: DVOMB & Standards Overview
AUDIENCE: This training is open to all professionals including, but not limited to, victim advocates, treatment providers, and probation
DESCRIPTION: This introductory training provides an overview of the Domestic Violence Offender Management Board (DVOMB) including its role, functions, and the Standards of practice for offender services. The history, impact, and need for a coordinated community response model is presented by looking at the research and case studies regarding domestic violence dynamics and interventions. Using group-based discussions and videos, this training outlines the important aspects of the DVOMB Standards and Guidelines. This includes the philosophy of offender treatment as it relates to victim and community safety, the Multi-Disciplinary Treatment Teams and an introduction to assessing risk using the Domestic Violence Offender Risk and Needs Assessment (DVRNA). Participants will become more knowledgeable about the evidence-based practices of the Risk, Need, Responsivity (RNR) Principles and how the Standards prescribe a differential treatment model. Finally, this training will offer a brief overview of the application requirements to become listed with the DVOMB and the grievance process.
DV101 DVRNA Training
This training provides an overview of different types of risk assessment and the importance of utilizing risk assessment practices in the forensic setting. This discussion will include how to distinguish static and dynamic risk factors and why this is important to assessing offender progress. After a review of the research supporting the Risk, Need, Responsivity Principles, participants will review the scoring manual of the Domestic Violence Offender Risk and Needs Assessment (DVRNA).
CEU: 7 hours
When: To be determined
Time: Coming in September
DV102 DV Offender Evaluation Training
This training will give participants the knowledge, skills, and tools for conducting domestic violence offender evaluations in accordance with the DVOMB Standards. After discussing the importance of the offender evaluation as it relates to the development of a comprehensive treatment plan, participants will go through an experiential learning process of developing an offender evaluation from start to finish. This includes how to synthesize and gather all of the necessary information, how to formulate appropriate treatment recommendations and corresponding treatment goals amongst the group.
CEU: 7 hours
Other dates: October
DV103 DV Offender Treatment Training
This training will provide an in-depth review of domestic violence offender treatment with a focus on the requirements of the Standards and best practice modalities and concepts. After a discussion of the differences between traditional psychotherapy and forensic offense specific therapy, this training will cover offender treatment within the context of primary and adjunct interventions, offender contracts, level of offender treatment, core competencies and ways to measure offender progress and discharge criteria. Additionally, this training will incorporate important clinical issues to consider and the importance of the Treatment Victim Advocate throughout the therapeutic process. This training will have case examples and exercises to engage participants and provide tools for practitioners to utilize.
CEU: 7 hours
Understanding DV Offender Treatment Victim Advocates
This webinar will provide an overview of Treatment Victim Advocacy with Domestic Violence Offender Treatment. This webinar was provided by Violence Free Colorado.
Interstate Compact and DV Treatment Webinar - FREE!
Interstate Compact and DV Treatment Webinar - C.R.S 14-24.1-101 requires any residential or outpatient treatment program to notify the Colorado Interstate Compact Office whenever an out-of-state offender enrolls in a domestic violence offender treatment program.
This webinar covers how this statute affects all domestic violence treatment providers and how to comply. There is no cost to view this webinar.
Once you have completed the webinar, Complete This Survey to receive and print your certificate of completion.
DV200: DVOMB Community Roundtable Discussion
FORMAT: Roundtable discussion
LENGTH: 8 Hours
REGISTER: Visit our webpage
AUDIENCE: This training is open to treatment providers, supervision officers, treatment victim advocates, and other interested professionals.
DESCRIPTION: The DVOMB hosts Community Roundtable Discussions at locations around the state. The purpose of discussions is to improve collaboration, engagement, and the exchange of feedback between the Board and communities statewide in a safe and constructive manner. Participants come together to start a dialogue about challenges, opportunities, and ways to work together. During the afternoon, additional sessions will be offered on specialized topics.
Trainings Sponsored by Others
CDHS Listening Sessions
A statewide group of advocates, supported by the Colorado Department of Human Services (CDHS), is inviting survivors of domestic violence to share with us their experiences with domestic violence and child welfare. CDHS has been convening the Domestic Violence and Child Welfare Task Group since August 2020. We would like to invite members of the general public and Task Group to share with us their experiences to inform our work.
This will be an open forum for members to listen, learn and understand. We want to provide a safe environment for this and will work with individuals to develop the safety that they need to share their stories or experiences. You can speak during the meeting, ask someone to speak for you or submit a written statement for an organizer to read aloud. This is a public meeting but it will not be recorded.