Shaping the Future of Victim Advocacy
The NOVA Victim Assistance Academy (NVAA) is a forty-hour live distance learning training for aspiring and new victim assistance professionals. Offered through NOVA’s National Advocacy Leadership Center (NALC), this unique academy provides comprehensive, skill-based training through an innovative on-line platform.
When is the NVAA?
Join us for the Spring 2016 NVAA and become a part of a growing community of NOVA-trained victim assistance professionals around the world! The Spring 2016 NVAA will meet March 2-April 27, 2016 (every Wednesday); both a morning and evening class are available. The blended learning format includes 36 hours of live, interactive training and four hours of self-paced assignments.
How do I apply?
Enroll NOW! Applications are accepted on a rolling basis; classes are limited to forty students to maximize participation. Enroll before January 15, 2016 to receive early bird discount rate ($300 before 1/15/16; $350 after 1/15/16). Contact NOVA for information on group rates.
Apply on-line today and receive immediate confirmation of your enrollment. You can also submit the NVAA Paper Application by mail or fax and receive an email confirmation within five (5) business days of receipt of application.
- CONVENIENT: Expanded access to learning for victim service professionals who may have schedule, geographical or physical limitations with accessing more traditional academies.
- SKILL-BASED: Students receive comprehensive, skill-based training in an innovative on-line classroom
- INTERACTIVE: Small class sizes allow students to interact directly with faculty, participate in role plays and group exercises, and talk to their fellow classmates in real time from their home or office
- UNIQUE: Direct access to over 20 nationally-recognized Subject Matter Expert (SME) Faculty Members See our dynamic faculty members in action!
- VALUABLE: Pre-approved by the National Advocate Credentialing Program (NACP)®
Want to know more about the NVAA Advantage? Ask our Alumni.
Browse through our NVAA Alumni testimonials to learn why these and other victim assistance professionals are choosing the NVAA.
Maricella Montoya Carter