National APS Resource Center: Training Archive
The APS Training Archive offers access to a wealth of specialized research and training materials assembled from sources nationwide. These materials focus on a variety of practice needs and challenges that face APS workers, ranging from the basics of becoming an APS investigator to advanced practice skills, ethics and safety.
APS Training Archive records can be sorted by topic categories to assist users in locating materials according to your specific area of interest. Material is added regularly, so please check back for new additions!
To suggest training not currently featured in the APS Training Archive, or request technical assistance, please contact us.
National Center on Elder Abuse (April 2001) – A collection of materials that can be distributed individually to community organizations to raise awareness of elder abuse and how to prevent it. Includes key term definitions as well as practical tips and … Continue reading
Arkansas Aging & Adult Services (September 2003) – Contains separate sections written by experts in the areas of ethical decision making within APS provision, ombudsman program, legal issues, medical issues, and the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA). #7a – … Continue reading
Assessment, Capacity, Disability, Diversity, Domestic Violence, Ethics, Investigation, Trainer Education
National Adult Protective Services Association (2005) – Outline of NAPSA’s 20 Core Competencies training modules (revised in 9/06). #6 – NAPSA Core Competencies
National Adult Protective Services Association (2003) – A tool designed to help trainers create stronger training curricula by providing formative evaluation criteria. It can also be used to evaluate existing curricula. Tool includes: type of learning involved, target audience, learning objectives, … Continue reading