This section includes a list of current NACP Pre-Approved Training Programs by State as well as instructions for obtaining pre-approval for your victim assistance introductory advocacy training. In addition, Training Requirements and Instructions for NACP Applicants are provided.
These organizations have submitted their forty-hour training curricula to the NACP Review Committee for review and pre-approval and are responsible to inform NACP of any changes in their training hours and topics. NACP does not regulate how often they hold their training, the training delivery or its quality; NACP requires that each pre-approved training be a minimum of forty hours and include the basic or foundation level topics outlined in its “Introductory Advocacy” training area. If you would like to add your 40-hour introductory advocacy training to this list, click here for additional information.
Any program providing Introductory Victim Advocacy training may submit its curriculum for pre-approval by the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP) as meeting the minimum standards for a basic advocacy training. Your training must include a minimum of forty (40) hours and all of the basic or foundation level topics listed below. We understand that some topics will be covered throughout the training or within a module with a different topic heading.
This section includes additional instructions on the training requirements for NACP applicants by level.