NCAC Online Training
NCAC is currently implementing a new Online Training platform. Many of the Free Online Trainings, archived Webinars and Ask the Expert sessions are available and more are being added daily. Click the Online Training Courses link to see the list of courses that are now available. Be sure to check back often for an updated list of trainings.
Train without leaving the office!
The NCAC’s National Training Center (NTC) offers a wide range of online training opportunities for child abuse professionals. The NTC’s online training includes live and archived Webinars and Ask the Expert sessions, and our recorded Online Training Courses (available at no charge).
Free! Online Training courses are recorded training sessions synched with a PowerPoint Presentation. With 30 courses to choose from, these sessions feature some of the most respected names in the field as its faculty. These online training courses range in length from 1 hour to 3 ½ hours.
Free! Webinars – The NTC offers live webinars on child maltreatment topics created and presented by subject matter experts. Each webinar includes a question and answer period at the end of the presentation. Webinars 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! Ask the Expert - Our Ask the Expert sessions allow participants to submit questions in advance to top experts in the field. An extended question and answer period is also included, allowing discussion of important current issues with experienced child maltreatment professionals. Sessions last about one hour. Live Ask the Expert sessions are recorded and archived on our website so anyone can access them later at their convenience.
* Online training courses, webinars and Ask the Expert session recordings 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.