NRCAC provides access to training nationally and regionally on topics related, but not limited to: multidisciplinary team development, team facilitation, forensic interviewing, commercial sexual exploitation of children, and specialized medical training.
LEADERSHIP, EXCHANGE AND COACHING PROJECT (LEC)
LEC builds the capacity of leaders in the CAC movement to provide dynamic, purposeful leadership to their organizations. The LEC vision is to create strong, healthy, effective organizations and partnerships. By taking the time for professional growth and development, CAC executives can advance the ultimate success of their organization’s mission.
MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM ACADEMY
Multidisciplinary Team Academy is a three and a half day training designed to facilitate team development, enhance team skills and team relationships. Teams must have core representation from CAC Director, Child Protective Services, Law Enforcement and Prosecution/DA.
TEAM FACILITATOR TRAINING
Team Facilitator Training is a two and a half day training designed to support those tasked with the facilitation of a multidisciplinary team.
OTHER TRAININGS AVAILABLE BY REQUEST
NRCAC staff is available to prepare your organization for the NCA Accreditation 2017 standards.
COMMERCIAL SEXUAL EXPLOITATION OF CHILDREN (CSEC)
NRCAC is available to meet with CAC Directors and MDTs regarding the expansion of CAC services to include CSEC cases.
MULTIDISCIPLINARY TEAM TRAINING
Upon request, NRCAC will provide a one- or two-day MDT training. This training is designed to help facilitate team development through building team ground rules, reviewing CAC standards, following a team development model, facilitating conflict resolution, clarifying roles and responsibilities and planning for new team member orientation. more >>
A succession plan is essential for planned leadership transitions and for emergency situations to sustain a healthy, functioning organization.
VICARIOUS TRAUMA & BUILDING RESILIENCY IN CHILD ABUSE ORGANIZATIONS
This workshop or ½ day or full day training for CACs and MDTs to discuss the impact of dealing with traumatic material on a daily basis. This training, addresses the emotional, mental, and physical toll that is often imposed on those in helping professions.
A one to two-day training will enable participants to demonstrate increased knowledge and appreciation for the unique role of victim advocates in response to the needs of children and families.
To request customized training for your CAC/MDT please contact Shannon Spillman at Shannon@nrcac.org.
"NRCAC is an incredibly valuable resource. The high quality training and technical assistance offered is always delivered in a timely, effective and friendly way. The growth and development of CAC programs in our state would not be possible without you!"