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How to Register

How to Register for NCAC Virtual Training Center Courses

Follow this link to the NCAC Virtual Training Center website.


  • If you are a Returning Student, complete your Username (Email Address) and Password.  Click Login.
  • If you are a New Student, click Sign Up.
  • Fill out the form to create an account.

  • When you have completed the form, please click Sign Up.
  • If you have forgotten your password, click Forgot Password?.
  • Complete your Email Address and hit Submit.

  • Close the Password Reset Form.
  • A Password Reset link will be emailed to you.
  • Open the email and click the Reset link.
  • Enter a new password, confirm that password, and hit Submit.
  • You will be returned to the Login page where you can use your username and new password to log in.

WELCOME to the NCAC Virtual Training Center Dashboard!

Resume - This will return you to the last course you accessed. This provides a very quick and easy way to resume your learning.

My Courses - This will take you to a summary of your current courses.

Catalog - This will take you to a listing of all NCAC VTC courses.

Find A Course - To search for a particular course, enter a keyword, course title, or course id in the search box.

Calendar - The Calendar button will display upcoming events.

Latest News - Review the Latest News from NCAC VTC in the Latest News tile.

Twitter - View up to the minute NCAC Training Center news by visiting our Twitter feed.

Take Our Poll - Participate in our latest poll and stay up to date with the results from our other users. Check back often for a variety of learning polls.

Message Board - This tile will display summarized information about the most recent messages that you have received. Clicking on the tile will pull up a detailed view of the message.

Questions?  Please contact the NCAC Virtual Training Center.

Recorded trainings, webinars, and associated 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.