The RSP is seeking a custom content developer for an eLearning academy that will support our technical assistance and training to rural advocacy agencies in developing meaningful healing services for survivors of sexual violence. Rural programs routinely struggle to create and provide long-term services around healing from sexual violence. Often, sexual assault services are set up to meet the short-term crisis needs of survivors of sexual violence, such as advocacy during evidence collection, accompaniment to speak with law enforcement, and emergency shelter. As helpful and necessary as many of these short-term crisis-based services can be, survivors of sexual violence deserve services that recognize and meet long-term needs for healing, such as comprehensive medical advocacy, peer counseling, support groups, and holistic approaches to healing. This eLearning academy will address this gap in services by providing information and skill building opportunities related to building strong comprehensive sexual assault services. We would create learning modules specific to adult survivors, child/youth survivors, and secondary survivors such as family members and significant others in rural communities.
Work: Custom course development, in consultation and collaboration with the IowaCASA team, to include:
● Project Set-up and Planning
● Research and Review
● Instructional Design
● Pre-Production, Production, Post-Production and Authoring
● Platform Licensing and Content Hosting