Update: September 2019

Effective September 9, 2019, we have upgraded our membership system to Coalition Manager 2.0. Now, when you click a link to become a member or to login as a member, you will be redirected to this new system, so things will look different than before.

In Coalition Manager, you can update your contact information, add staff members, register for trainings and much more! As always, please feel free to reach out to us and we will be happy to support your agency in your needs.

Training

Training photo websiteWe provide our membership with free and affordable trainings. Our trainings are held in multiple locations across the state. Our training calendar reflects the broad diversity of our audience. We focus on issues that pertain to preventing domestic violence and supporting survivors.

Our regular trainings include, among others:

  • The Advocates' Institute - a comprehensive introduction to DV advocacy
  • Children and DV
  • Teen Dating Violence
  • Coordinating Your Response to Domestic Violence (for coordinated community response teams)

Special trainings cover topics such as:

  • Grant Writing
  • Mental Health First Aid
  • Trauma-Informed Conflict Resolution in Shelters
  • Prevention Basics
  • DV and Housing

As trainings become available, they are listed on the Training Calendar. Upon completion of registration you will recieve a confirmation email containing important informatoin include the address for the training site and a list of local hotels.

Questions about the training calendar should be directed to Marcelle Clowes, Member Services Specialist, at mclowes@nccadv.org

 

Request Training

NCCADV offers FREE and discounted on-site trainings for its members.

Learn more about NCCADV membership

To request training from our experienced and skilled trainers, please contact Marcelle Clowes, Member Servies Specialist, at mclowes@nccadv.org or call her at 919-956-9124 x231.

The purpose of our trainings is to improve the quality of services to domestic violence survivors, improve the capacity to engage in primary prevention, and to ensure consistency of services across NC.

We provide trainings on many topics to domestic violence service providers, colleges/universities, and allied professionals, including law enforcement agencies, courts, faith based organizations, and business leaders.