The SCNCAC initial Victim Service Provider training is a blended learning course which combines on-site classroom instruction with an online learning component that is conducted via the SCNCAC eLearning portal. It has been approved by the Department of Crime Victim Services Training and meets National Children's Alliance accreditation standards. The course is helpful for both new and experienced victim service professionals at Children's Advocacy Centers and their Multidisciplinary Team members. Participants must complete the online portion of the training before attending the in-person training.
The initial VSP training course is approximately 24 hours. The first 7 hours are completed online at your own pace and the remaining 17 hours are completed in-person on designated dates and locations.
Continuing Education Credits:
An application has been submitted to have this course approved by the Department of Crime Victim Services Training (CVST) Core VSP Certification and 24 hours of VSP continuing education credits. Attendees who successfully complete both the online and in-person trainings with the designated time frame may qualify for core VSP certification through CVST.
Steps for Completing the SCNCAC Initial VSP Training:
Click the registration link under your desired onsite training session below for registration information
Onsite Initial VSP Training - March 9-11, 2020
Have Some Fun Before You Begin
Our entire staff worked hard on recording the online modules for our new initial Victim Service Provider training curriculum for the Victim Advocates at our Children's Advocacy Centers (CACs) and Multidisciplinary (MDT) members across the state. This training will allow our victim advocates to meet both South Carolina Victim Service Provider training requirements and meet the National Children's Alliance accreditation standards for victim advocacy as well. Here is a short 2 minute video with some bloopers and outtakes from our 2 day video production.