ACFTA will provide communities with forensically trained nurses and medical providers to respond to any victim reporting trauma and/or violence in Alaska.
For more information log on to https://dps.alaska.gov/CDVSA/Home
This nursing Continuing Education (CE) activity is jointly provided by the Alaska Nurses Association and Alaska's Council on Domestic Violence & Sexual Assault in partnership with the University of Alaska College of Health
The ACFTA training has both an online and in-person component. The first 20 hours of the training is conducted online and is self-paced. The second 24 hours of the training program is conducted in-person. ACFTA’s in-person trainings will be held at UAA several times during the year.
How much does the training cost?
The course is free. Travel scholarships for the in-person training can be requested through the Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. Please go to the CDVSA website for information regarding a travel scholarship to attend the three-day in-person session.
Registration on this site is for the face-to-face session only.
Participants must complete the online course work two days before the training to attend this face-to-face session!
Registration for the online portion is available on the Alaska Nurses Association Online Course Site. Scroll down and select the ACFTA course and add it to the cart. After you complete the registration an email from the Litmos Learning Management System will be sent to you within 1-2 hours with your course access. If you do not receive your email access please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.**