About NCACvtc

The NCAC Virtual Training Center (VTC) offers a wide range of FREE online training opportunities for child abuse professionals. NCACvtc includes live and archived Webinars and Recorded Trainings.

Free Webinars – Live webinars, presented by subject matter experts on a wide variety of child maltreatment topics include a question and answer period at the end of the presentation. Webinars address emerging issues and feature topics that support the adoption of evidence-based practices. Sessions last about one hour. Live webinars are recorded and archived on our website so anyone can access them later at their convenience.

Free! Recorded Trainings are video-recorded training sessions synched with a PowerPoint Presentation. With more than 40 courses to choose from, these sessions feature some of the most respected names in the field as faculty. The Recorded Trainings range in length from 1 hour to 3 ½ hours. Certificates of completion are offered for these trainings.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is there a fee/cost to sign up?

No. NCACvtc online training programs are FREE.

Do you have records of the courses I have completed?

Yes. We have transcripts and certificates of all courses completed.

I forgot my password, what should I do?

If you have forgotten your password, click the Forgot Password option. For detailed instructions, visit the How to Register page.

I enrolled in the wrong course; how do I un-enroll from a course?

To un-enroll from a course or curriculum, send the request to NCAC Training Center.

My pre-test or post-test isn't working, what shoud I do?

Having trouble with a course? Pre-Test screen not advancing? Other support questions?  Please contact the NCAC Virtual Training Center.

Notice of Federal Funding and Federal Disclaimer

Recorded Trainings, Webinars, and content are copyrighted by the National Children’s Advocacy Center. It is unlawful to copy or distribute these materials mechanically, electronically, or otherwise without expressed written permission by The National Children’s Advocacy Center.

Supported by Grant No. 2015-CI-FX-K003 awarded by the Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention, Office of Justice Programs, U.S. Department of Justice. Points of view or opinions in this document are those of the author and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the  U.S. Department of Justice.

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