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Who Should Attend


Since 1998, the NCAC has provided training to thousands of professionals from all 50 states and over 30 foreign countries, as well as personnel from the Navy, the Marine Corps, the Air Force, U.S. Customs and Border Protection, and non-governmental organizations. Past participants have been affiliated with Children’s Advocacy Centers, law enforcement, and child protective services.

Before you register, please review to ensure you meet the following criteria:

  • I conduct forensic interviews of young children on a regular basis as a primary job duty and wish to further develop my interviewing skills, OR I am newly employed with the primary job duty of conducting forensic interviews of young children on a regular basis upon completion of this training.
  • I am a Forensic Interviewer desiring to learn the current NCAC Child Forensic Interview Structure.
  • I can complete the necessary coursework in the given time frames and am committed to attending the course in its entirety.
  • I have access to a computer with a webcam, microphone, and access to the internet (this is especially important during the interview practicum).
  • I can obtain written permission from a supervisor to participate in this training if requested.

This training is presented in English; translation services are not provided by the NCAC. If interpretation or other accommodations are needed for participation in this training, please contact the training coordinator.

All registrations are pending until the National Children’s Advocacy Center has reviewed your information and has determined whether the applicant meets specific criteria for participation.

Questions about eligibility for acceptance into this course should be directed by email to Sarah Hubbard or call 256-327-3876.