Do you want to continue your education or get continuing education hours?
Here are some ways:
- The Duluth Model is constantly evolving. If it has been a while since you have been trained,
consider refreshing your skills by coming to one of our trainings and learning what’s new.
- Follow us on social media for support, and upcoming webinars and training opportunities.
- Take one of our webinars as a follow-up to training or just to learn more. Sign up for our e-mail list to be notified about upcoming webinars (you can sign up in the top right corner of the page).
Continuing Education Hours
Some of our trainings are approved for CEUs in Minnesota (as noted below), but each state has different requirements. You may turn in the training agenda and certificate we provide you to apply to your state’s approval agency. If you need an agenda in advance of a training to determine if it meets your state’s requirements, please contact us at 866-417-6111.
|12||A Coordinated Response to Women Arrested for Using Violence – Distinguishing the Context of Violence in Your Interagency Case Processing|
|18*||Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter – Comprehensive Three-Day Training|
|18*||Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter – Comprehensive Three-Day Training, Fathers Focus|
|18*||Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter – Comprehensive Three-Day Training, Christian Focus|
|12||Creating a Process of Change for Men Who Batter – Followup Skills Development Seminar|
|14**||Domestic Assault – The Law Enforcement Response|
|12||Domestic Assault – Going Deeper into the Law Enforcement Response|
|18||From the Experts of Duluth’s Coordinated Community Response – Practical Ways to Strengthen Your Interagency Response to Domestic Violence Cases|
|12||Holding Batterers Accountable – Best Practices for Each Agency|
|12||In Our Best Interest – Working with Battered Women|
|12||Keeping Women Safe Post-Separation – An Effective System Response|
|12||Leading Groups for Women Who Use Violence|
|14||Probation Practices that Enhance Victim Safety in Domestic Assault Cases|
* Approved by the State of Minnesota Board of Social Work for 18 CEU Hours
** Approved by the Minnesota Board of Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) for 14 CEU Hours