The Illinois Office of Attorney General (OAG) will be offering Adult/Adolescent Sexual Assault Nurse Examiner (SANE) Training Nov. 5-7 from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. at Edward Hospital in Naperville. This program counts toward the certification requirements to become a SANE.
Sixteen hours (two days) of the Adult/Adolescent SANE training are to be completed online prior to the 24-hour (three day) classroom component. Instructions regarding the online component will be released on Oct. 4, and students must complete the online coursework by Nov. 1.
- Have a license in good standing;
- Have a minimum of one year of clinical experience;
- Acknowledge the requirements of the training (including submitting a recent resume); and
- Complete the 14 hours of online training and homework by Nov. 1.
Public Act 100-775 signed by the Governor on Aug. 10, will require sexual assault treatment hospitals to have 24/7 SANE-trained nurses available to treat all sexual assault survivors by Jan. 1, 2022. See IHA's memo for further information.
Applications are due Oct. 4. Questions about the program can be emailed to: SANE@atg.state.il.us.