RIMAS is a group of professionals focused on sexual aggression issues, and specifically the treatment of sexual aggression perpetrators. Our mandate includes promoting a shared and an integrated vision for the case management of sexual aggression perpetrators, as well as organizing ongoing training activities to ensure the constant updating of knowledge in this quickly evolving field.
During 2019-2020, RIMAS plans to offer professional development workshops on adolescent sexual offending.

These training activities will be offered to all youth workers in Quebec health and social services network. In its efforts to develop a training plan consistent with the needs of these workers, RIMAS wants to analyze
their needs. The goal of this needs analysis is to determine the training needs and priorities of youth workers related to their counselling of minor sexual offenders.

THE NOMINAL DATA COLLECTED VIA THIS QUESTIONNAIRE SHALL ONLY BE CONSULTED BY THE TRAINING
COMMITTEE AND SHALL NOT BE RELEASED.

** The masculine gender is used throughout to make the text easier to read and also includes women.

ADMINISTRATIVE DATA

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* 1. Name of the respondent

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* 2. Job title of the respondent

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* 3. Department/program/unit/other

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* 4. Type of service

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* 6. E-mail

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* 7. Number of workers in your department

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* 8. Educational level of your team (%)

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* 9. What job titles are held by your team? If possible, indicate the approximate percentage for each of thems.

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* 10. Are there internal training/knowledge transfer sessions on adolescent sexual offending?

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* 11. Do you have collaboration agreements with external collaborators to provide training/knowledge transfer sessions on adolescent sexual offending?

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* 12. On a scale from 1 to 5, would you assess your team’s degree of interest in adolescent sexual offending?

(with 1 indicating very little interest and 5 very high interest)

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* 13. On a scale from 1 to 5, how would you assess your team’s degree of ease in addressing adolescent sexual offending?

(with 1 indicating very little ease and 5 very high ease)

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* 14. On a scale from 1 to 5, how would you assess your team’s degree of knowledge of adolescent sexual offending?

(with 1 indicating a very low degree of knowledge and 5 a very high degree of knowledge)

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* 15. On a scale from 1 to 5, how would you assess your team’s degree of competency in addressing adolescent sexual offending?

(with 1 indicating very low competency and 5 very high competency)

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* 16. In your opinion, what are your department’s most pressing training needs in terms of adolescent sexual offending?

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* 17. From the training needs cited in Question #16, which are your top two (2) priorities?

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* 18. What training/knowledge transfer formula adapted to your milieu would be most effective?

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* 19. In your short-term training plan, is the need for adolescent sexual offending a priority?

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* 20. What is your language preference for future training?

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* 21. Comments or suggestions

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* 22. Do you agree to being contacted about our training offerings?

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