NCCASA Trainings

  •  Additional training information will be added on an on going basis so keep checking back!
  • All trainings are FREE for NCCASA members and $10.00 for non-members.  Payment is expected at the training. You may also complete a Credit Card Authorization Form available here to pay by credit card.
  • All trainings require advanced registration.
  • Training announcements will be posted here, included in the member mailings and emailed out on the training google group (information is below).
  • To register and for general training questions, contact Kristen Howe at Kristen@nccasa.org
  • NCCASA will begin capturing all events, including trainings, with video and/or photographs.  Participants may opt out at any time.  If you have questions, concerns or want to further discuss this contact NCCASA at (919) 871-1015.

NCCASA is happy to announce our training listserv!  Participation is completely voluntary and will not replace NCCASA’s member mailing or other forms of communication NCCASA uses.  This listserv is designed to share NCCASA’s trainings as well as trainings offered by member programs, allied professionals, and national organizations on topics of sexual assault, domestic violence, child abuse, stalking and human trafficking.

If you would like to sign up simply click here to join.



Tuesday August 22nd
Quality Referrals Training for
Advocates: Working with Women who Experience Unintended Pregnancies
9:00am – 4:30pm
in New Bern

The NCCASA Training Institute, in partnership with Provide (http://www.providecare.org) and with the assistance of local host, Promise Place, is pleased to offer a training opportunity for those who want to enhance your knowledge, skill and comfort in advocacy as it relates to working with women who experience unintended pregnancies.

Advocates often serve as a critical link to getting women quality, compassionate care for a range of health care needs, including reproductive health care.  Provide’s experience working in health and social service systems has shown us that these same individuals play an essential role around pregnancy options counseling and access to prenatal care, abortion, or adoption resources.  In this training, advocates will learn skills to offer non-judgmental, all options counseling and referrals.

Training objectives:

  • Understand general barriers for women accessing reproductive health care
  • Review toolkit for advocates working with clients who are experiencing an unintended pregnancy
  • Learn a model for effective, quality referral-making
  • Identify a referral process that respect clients’ confidentiality and right to make their own decisions

This training will be facilitated by Sarah Cannady, Provide North Carolina State Field Coordinator, and Monika Carey, Provide Senior Outreach and Training Specialist.

This training is open to current NCCASA members only and is capped at 35 participants.  Registration must be received by Friday August 18thParticipants will be provided with the training address after registering.  To register

Please note that lunch is provided.

                                                                                               

REGISTRATION OPENING SOON!!

Monday September 18th
Racial Equity Institute: Groundwater Presentation
9:00am – 12:00pm
in Triad- exact location TBD

In this lively and participatory presentation, REI organizers will use stories and data to present a perspective that racism is fundamentally structural in nature. By examining characteristics of modern-day racial inequity, the presentation introduces participants to an analysis that most find immediately helpful and relevant.

REI is an alliance of trainers, organizers, and institutional leaders who have devoted themselves to the work of creating racially equitable organizations and systems. They help individuals and organizations develop tools to challenge patterns of power and grow equity.

This training is open to current NCCASA members only and is capped at 35 participants.  Registration must be received by Wednesday September 13thParticipants will be provided with the training address after registering.

                                                                                               

Thursday October 5th
Quality Referrals Training for
Advocates: Working with Women who Experience Unintended Pregnancies
9:00am – 4:30pm
in Oxford (Granville County)

The NCCASA Training Institute, in partnership with Provide (http://www.providecare.org) and with the assistance of local host, Families Living Violence Free, is pleased to offer a training opportunity for those who want to enhance your knowledge, skill and comfort in advocacy as it relates to working with women who experience unintended pregnancies.

Advocates often serve as a critical link to getting women quality, compassionate care for a range of health care needs, including reproductive health care.  Provide’s experience working in health and social service systems has shown us that these same individuals play an essential role around pregnancy options counseling and access to prenatal care, abortion, or adoption resources.  In this training, advocates will learn skills to offer non-judgmental, all options counseling and referrals.

Training objectives:

  • Understand general barriers for women accessing reproductive health care
  • Review toolkit for advocates working with clients who are experiencing an unintended pregnancy
  • Learn a model for effective, quality referral-making
  • Identify a referral process that respect clients’ confidentiality and right to make their own decisions

This training will be facilitated by Sarah Cannady, Provide North Carolina State Field Coordinator, and Monika Carey, Provide Senior Outreach and Training Specialist.

This training is open to current NCCASA members only and is capped at 35 participants.  Registration must be received by Friday October 1stParticipants will be provided with the training address after registering.  To register

Please note that lunch is provided.