This course is an introduction to a supervision model for child forensic interviewers. In addition to the basic principles and goals of supervision, it will offer strategies for developing an effective supervision process tailored to the resources of the individual children’s advocacy center (CAC) and community.
Who Should Attend?
This training is appropriate for experienced child forensic interviewers wanting to develop a supervision process in their CAC and executive directors or state chapter representatives interested in establishing a regional or statewide supervision program. Completion of nationally-recognized forensic interviewing training is required.
Trainer: Linda Cordisco Steele, MEd LPC
Register by July 9, 2023
This training is only offered virutally.
A 25% discount is available for registrants from developing countries or from Tribal CACs. Please contact the training coordinator for additional information. Please note: To pay via international wire transfer, payment must be made in U.S. dollars at your expense. Banking and account information is provided on request.
The full registration fee is due by the fee deadline stated above in order to hold your spot. Registrants that have not paid in full by the deadline will be released from the training, and we will contact those on the waitlist.
If you are unable to attend the training, you must submit your cancellation notice at least 30 days prior to the training in order to be refunded the full amount, less a $100 administrative fee. Your agency may choose to replace your spot in the training with another member of the agency at no penalty. Late cancellations may be considered for a training credit that may be used by your agency for up to one year. Failure to show up for the training forfeits the registration fee completely.
Important note for in-person training: It is recommended to make refundable travel arrangements if booking before your registration has been confirmed.
In the event the NCAC cancels the training for any reason, 100% of the registration fee will be refunded.
Seats in this training are intended for professionals currently working as part of a Children’s Advocacy Center (CAC). The NCAC reserves the right to refund the registration of anyone who is not currently working as part of a CAC to ensure that currently practicing professionals receive the training they need.