OLTI Accreditation

OLTI Accreditation



Continuing Education Units (CEU’s) are available for nurses, law enforcement, and victim advocates.

Professionals in other fields may be able to earn continuing education credits by submitting a printout of the training module and the personalized certificate of completion to the organization that awards such credits. In addition, you can download a document with course information, including outlines and evaluations, as well as an estimated time of completion.

If you need any assistance during this process, you can contact EVAWI staff at HelpDesk@evawintl.org.

Nurses

EVAWI is approved by the California Board of Registered Nursing to provide Continuing Education contact hours for nurses – Provider #15641.  

Nurse contact hours must be purchased for each module, and may be redeemed up to 6 months from the date of module completion.

Victim Advocates

The OnLine Training Institute (OLTI) is pre-approved for Department of Defense Sexual Assault Response Coordinators (SARCs) and Sexual Assault Prevention and Response Victim Advocates (SAPRVAs) to receive CEUs through the Department of Defense Sexual Assault Advocate Certification Program (D-SAACP). Civilian Advocates are also pre-approved to receive CEUs through the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP).

The following steps are required to receive CEUs for D-SAACP and NACP certified Advocates:

  1. Complete any OR all OLTI modules with a passing score.
  2. Print the Certificate of Completion for all completed modules.
  3. Submit a copy of your Certificates of Completion when you apply for D-SAACP or NACP certification renewal.

Visit trynova.org for more information about these programs. 

OLTI ModuleHoursCEU Price
(Nurses Only)
Dynamics of Sexual Assault: What Does Sexual Assault Really Look Like?5$20
Victim Impact: How Victims are Affected by Sexual Assault and How Law Enforcement Can Respond Successfully11$30
False Reports: Moving Beyond the Issue to Successfully Investigate and Prosecute Non-Stranger Sexual Assault5$20
Opening Doors: Alternative Reporting Options for Sexual Assault Victims12$30
Effective Victim Interviewing: Helping Victims Retrieve and Disclose Memories of Sexual Assault17$30
Successfully Investigating Sexual Assault Against Victims with Disabilities20$40
Law & Investigative Strategy: What Kind of Sexual Assault is This?5$20
Preliminary Investigation: Guidelines for First Responders8$20
Forensic Examinations of Sexual Assault Victims and Suspects (Part 1: Types and Purposes of Evidence)15$30
Effective Report Writing: Using the Language of Non-Consensual Sex4$20
Laboratory Analysis of Biological Evidence and the Role of DNA in Sexual Assault Investigations32$40
Crime Scene Processing and Recovery of Physical Evidence From Sexual Assault Scenes13$30
Clearance Methods for Sexual Assault Cases8$20
Untested Evidence and the Investigation of Cold Sexual Assault Cases10$30
Sustaining a Coordinated Community Response: Sexual Assault Response and Resource Teams (SARRT)12$30
Sexual Assault Response and Resource Teams (SARRT): A Guide for Rural and Remote Communities9$20
Effective Victim Advocacy Within the Criminal Justice System14$30
Breaking Barriers: The Role of Community-Based and System-Based Victim Advocates9$20
The Earthquake in Sexual Assault Response: Implementing VAWA Forensic Compliance7$20
Total Hours:216

For more information about each course, please Enter the OLTI and click on each course to view a course description and outline, along with a list of learning objectives and evaluation information.