• The Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy courses are available to current or past Academy students.  Prior students who do not have a login should contact Suzanne O'Malley somalley@icadvinc.org for access information. 

     The Indiana Victim Assistance Basic Academy is supported through grants 2019-V2-GX-0014 and 2021-15POVC-21-GG-00625-ASSI awarded to the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute by the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions, findings and conclusions or recommendations expressed are those of the contributors and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U. S. Department of Justice or the Indiana Criminal Justice Institute.

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We gratefully acknowledge the Office for Victims of Crime, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice, for allowing us to reproduce, in part or in whole, materials from the National Victim Assistance Academy Track 1: Foundation Level Training from the March 2011 National Victim Assistance Academy. The full text is available online by visiting the OVC TTAC Web site at www.ovcttac.gov/views/TrainingMaterials/NVAA/dspNVAACurriculum.cfm“ 

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Welcome to ICADV's Abuse Intervention Program Academy. Here you will find the virtual modules to be completed prior to the in-person academy day. This training consists of 9 modules of domestic violence foundations which are integral when working with persons who abuse others. Previously, new facilitators were required to find these foundational trainings on their own. To best support new facilitators and programs, ICADV has created a training curriculum that will provide that quality training without the hassle.

For those who are taking the virtual module for the first time, there will be a post-session quiz that is required to receive a certificate of participation. The post-session quiz and the usage reports generated by our training platform will serve to ensure participants are fully completing the modules. The completion of all modules will be monitored by the team. Participants can expect to receive communication prior to the required completion date about progress and any discrepancies in the completion reports. Attempts to receive credit for the training without actually completing the modules will be found and addressed by the AIP team. Those type of attempts may disqualify you from becoming certified. 

If you have any questions, technology issues, or challenges with completing these modules, please reach out to Nicole Blackburn at nblackburn@icadvinc.org.