Other Online Training Providers
The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys
The Association of Prosecuting Attorneys’ Child Abuse Prosecution Project is a VOCA-funded training and technical assistance resource for child abuse prosecutors and allied professionals. To provide convenient and timely training for prosecutors and allied professionals in the field of child abuse, the Child Abuse Prosecution Project conducts webinars on a wide variety of topics relevant to child abuse investigation and prosecution.
Texas CASA wants to ensure that you have access to the training resources you need whenever and wherever you need them. That’s why they have redesigned CASA College. This includes a revamp of the CASA College e-learning and in-person trainings with the goal of providing the CASA network with the most up-to-date and innovative tools and resources.
Child Victim Web
Child Victim Web is a multimedia, online training resource for professionals in the child advocacy and trauma response fields. This free, online resource provides foundational training on trauma response, and connects professionals in the child abuse intervention field with valuable information and industry best practices. It is designed for professionals from all disciplines who work with children and adolescents who have experienced trauma as a result of abuse of witnessing violence. Child Victim Web is frequently updated to reflect up-to-date information and best practices.
CHOA Child Sex Trafficking Webinar Series
This web-based training series is presented by The Children's Healthcare of Atlanta Stephanie V. Blank Center for Safe and Healthy Children and the Governor's Office for Children and Families. It aims to educate professionals on sex trafficking of children and teens. The series includes six individual modules which will be presented via live webinars. Interested professionals may attend any of the webinars and do not need to complete all six. The modules do not need to be completed in order; however, we recommend that learners with limited knowledge of this topic complete the introduction module prior to others in the series.
Midwest Regional CAC eLearning Portal
The Midwest Regional CAC eLearning Portal offers a variety of foundational online training opportunities and continuing education for all multidisciplinary team members. Most courses are self paced and available for you to complete at your own pace when the time is right for you and come with Continuing Education Credits.
Missing and Exploited Children Training and Technical Assistance Program
The Missing and Exploited Children Training and Technical Assistance Program (MEC T&TA) offers new eLearning options to meet the training needs of child exploitation professionals. Our eLearning programs are designed to complement our classroom training and allow more students access to valuable training without the burden and expense of travel.
National Human Trafficking Resource Center & Health and Human Services Online Trainings - Operated by Polaris
NHTRC & Polaris offer links to interactive trainings and pre-recorded webinars developed by experts working in the anti-trafficking and related fields on a variety of topics related to human trafficking.
OVC Training & Technical Assistance Center
The Department of Justice, Office for Victims of Crime’s Training and Technical Assistance Center (OVC TTAC) ) is the gateway to current training and technical assistance for victim service providers and allied professionals who serve crime victims. OVC TTAC provides educational opportunities using a blended approach that incorporates cutting edge e-learning technology, through the National Victim Assistance Academy, instructor-led and online training curricula, and webinars.
Overlap of Domestic Violence and Child Maltreatment Series
Join the Resource Center on Domestic Violence: Child Protection and Custody (RCDV:CPC), a project of the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges (NCJFCJ), for a four-part series exploring both the complexities and opportunities that arise in working with families experiencing domestic violence and child abuse or neglect. This series is designed as both a conversation and learning opportunity for child welfare personnel, domestic violence advocates, legal professionals, and other community programs working with adult victims, men who use violence, and children exposed to violence.
OJJDP Online University
The OJJDP Online University connects the juvenile justice and delinquency prevention community with training events, materials, and resources created by OJJDP's training and technical assistance (TTA) providers, partners, and other federal agencies. Find resources, training events, and materials for juvenile justice audiences including local programs, state juvenile justice representatives, court, probation, law enforcement, social service, and mental health professionals, educators, and researchers.
Parent Child Interaction Therapy - Web Course
In 2011, the UCD PCIT Training Center developed the “PCIT for Traumatized Children” Web Course: a free, 10-hour, 11-module web course to provide fundamental information about providing PCIT. This web course was designed to increase access to information about PC IT and to make it easier for more therapists to learn the skills necessary to aid a greater number of families. The web course gives trainees a solid foundation in PCIT and partially fulfills the requirements to be a certified PCIT therapist.
Victim Assistance Training Online (VAT Online)
Victim Assistance Training Online (VAT Online) is a Web-based basic victim advocacy training program that offers victim service providers and allied professionals the opportunity to acquire the basic skills and knowledge they need to better assist victims of crime.
This page is supported in part by Grant No. 2012-CI-FX-K006 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.