Access to the E-Learning Portal is restricted to Children's Advocacy Center (CAC) staff and professionals working with multidisciplinary teams (MDTs) at SCNCAC Member CACs. You will see a list of current course offerings below. Login information to access the E-Learning Portal is different than logins to access our normal members area. If you have been granted access to the E-Learning Portal you will have received an email with your username and password, just click on the sign in button to the left or click on the register button for any of the courses from the list below then login with the information you received. If you have not yet been provided with login information, please contact your CAC Director who will request that we grant you access. See the note on VSP credits at the bottom of this page. Once you have logged into the eLearning portal, you will be on your dashboard page which shows any courses you have already registered for. Go to the catalog tab in the eLearning portal to view a list of all available courses.
Collaborate New User Training - October 2019 Edition
Designed for CAC Staff who are responsible for database entry or upkeep of the SCNCAC CAC database. This training was created using system features based on the format of the database as of the October 1 go live date.
Initial Victim Service Provider Training - March 2020 Edition
Designed for CAC/MDT Victim Advocate staff who require Victim Service Provider training. These online modules supplement the classroom training and must be completed prior to the classroom sessions.
CAC Basic MDT Orientation - 2018 Edition
Collaborate Initial Training - July 2019 Edition
Collaborate CAC Site Administrator Training - 2019 Edition
This training is designed for those individuals at SCNCAC member CACs who have been designated by their CAC as a Collaborate Database site administrator. Each CAC has at least one and possibly two database site administrators.
Continuing Education Credits:
Many of the courses in our eLearning portal offer continuing education credits for either Law Enforcement or Victim Service Providers (VSP). In order to receive VSP credits, you must enter your VSP number during your initial registration process. Once you have entered your VSP number during your initial signup for the eLearning portal, you will not have to enter it again. If your VSP number is not in our system, you will not receive VSP credits. Please contact us if you have any questions about VSP credits.