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
  • 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.

Strengthening Our Practice
9:00am – 5:00pm
Tuesday November 7th in Wilson (Wilson County)
Thursday November 9th in Columbus (Polk County)

The NCCASA Training Institute, in partnership with the Resource Sharing Project and with the assistance of local hosts, Wesley Shelter, Inc and Steps to H.O.P.E., is pleased to offer a training opportunity for those who want to enhance your knowledge, skill and comfort in advocacy as it relates to providing sexual assault services in a rural area.

This highly interactive training will use small group work, exercises, and reflective activities to provide information on sexual assault dynamics in rural communities, the strengths of rural sexual assault advocates, and the link between sexual violence and oppression.  To view the tentative agenda

This training will be facilitated by Leah Green, Resource Sharing Project Rural Technical Assistance Specialist.

This training is open to current NCCASA members only and is capped at 35 participants.  Registration must be received by Friday November 3rdParticipants will be provided with the training address after registering.

To register for Tuesday November 7th in Wilson (Wilson County)
To register for Thursday November 9th in Columbus (Polk County)


Monday November 13th & Tuesday November 14th
North Carolina Human Trafficking Commission Symposium “Strengthening North Carolina’s Multi-Disciplinary Response to Human Trafficking”

in Raleigh

The North Carolina Human Trafficking Commission is having a two day conference on Monday November 13th and Tuesday November 14th in Raleigh.  The goal of the symposium is to deliver clear and guided information across a broad spectrum of trafficking related issues, from demand to identification to service and prosecution.

To view the conference agenda

To register please visit the North Carolina Human Trafficking Commission page


Wednesday November 29th
Webinar: “Technology and Sexual Assault”
11:00am – 12:30pm

News headlines frequently feature online predators, sexting, sextortion, and revenge porn. The role of technology in sexual assault is much broader than those soundbite topics. As technology has become woven into almost every aspect of our daily lives, it has also been woven into the dynamics of sexual assault. Technology plays a crucial role in the maintenance of a rape culture by raising up voices that minimize assault, justify coercion, and share tactics. Technology also extends the reach of offenders: giving access to information about victims, providing private ways to communicate with victims, and preserving images of an assault. The highly social nature of our modern world strips privacy from victims, and online harassment creates a barrier to speaking out.

But technology can also be a crucial tool for survivors and those who work with them to help create pathways to healing, justice, and social change. This webinar will provide information and resources about the ways technology is misused in cases of sexual assault. We will also discuss how advocates and other service providers can help sexual assault survivors assess and strategize around the use of technology. The webinar will include steps to take to document and gather evidence, as well as strategies to help victims regain a sense of privacy and safety.

With guest trainer Toby Shulruff, Senior Technology Safety Specialist with the Safety Net Project at the National Network to End Domestic Violence.

To register: