1. Click on the link for the webinar recording. Then click “Open.”
2. Once the zip file has downloaded, it will pop up in a window. On the left side, click “Extract all files.”
3. The Extraction Wizard will pop up. Click “Next” a couple of times and “Finish.”
4. A new window containing the webinar folder with the extracted files will pop up.
5. Double-click the webinar folder. You will now see several files/folders.
6. Double-click the “lib” folder. Now you will see numerous files.
7. Now double-click the “player” file. This will play the webinar recording using Adobe Flash Player. You can enlarge the Adobe Flash Player window to fill more of your computer screen.
1. Click on the link to download the recording to your computer.
2. If a zip file is downloaded, extract the files.
3. Once the files are extracted, click on the index file to view/hear the webinar.
Not Your Average Prevention Work - recorded 3/20/13
Engaging Men - recorded 2/19/13
Navigating Family Court - recorded 9/26/12
Navigating Criminal Justice Court - recorded 9/20/12
Victim Centered Approach - recorded 1/11/12
Human Trafficking - recorded 10/11/11
New York State Strangulation Law - recorded 6/22/11
Primary Prevention PowerPoint - recorded 6/2/11
SASP - recorded 5/12/11
Community Mobilization - recorded 4/11/11
Police Response to SA - recorded 3/23/11
Working with LGBTQ Survivors - recorded 3/16/11
Girls Circle Preview - recorded 3/10/11
This is the DNA - Victim Advocate Webinar that took place Sept 24, 2009 as part of our DNA webinar series. If you missed it you can listen here:
Audio for the presentation. (This is a 17 MB file and could take some time to download to your media player. We are working on a more effecient system for the future.)
July 14th, 2009
The documents below are only available to those who have participated in this training.You will need Adobe Acrobat 5.0 or later to read them. If you have attended this webinar but forgotten the password please contact us via email.
This training was originally offered by NYSCASA on Mar 5th, 2009.
Highly engaging and interactive, Safe Dates helps teens recognize the difference between caring, supportive relationships and controlling, manipulative, or abusive dating relationships.
In 2006 Safe Dates was selected for SAMHSA’s National Registry of Evidence-Based Programs and Practices (NREPP) after receiving high ratings on all criteria for strength of evidence and ease of replication.
Audio for the presentation. (This is a 28MB file and could take some time to download to your media player. We are working on a more effecient system for the future.)