Out of State Registration
The National Adult Protective Services Training Center (NATC), funded by the Administration for Community Living (ACL) and administered by the National Adult Protective Services Association (NAPSA), provides self-paced eLearning courses for Adult Protective Services (APS) professionals throughout the United States. While designed to support APS professionals, the NATC is also available to allied professionals interested in learning more about adult maltreatment and the work of APS.
The NATC currently has 24 courses about core topics important to the work of APS, along with hundreds of resources that provide additional knowledge about these topics. There is no cost to register and take any of the self-paced eLearning courses. Examples of course topics that may be of interest to ACL’s networks include:
- An overview of Adult Protective services
- Power and control dynamics
- Trauma-informed practices
- The aging process and neuro-cognitive disorders
Core Competency Areas training is free for out-of-state registrars through The National Adult Protective Services Training Center (NATC).
Out-of-state participants will pay a $50 per eLearning access fee for Advanced eLearnings and Supervisor Core eLearnings.
For further assistance please reach out to the LMS Help Desk at AcademyLMS@sdsu.edu with the information listed below:
- First and Last Name(s) of registrant
- Work email address
- Work phone number
- Primary Job Title
- Supervisor’s name
- Supervisor’s email address
- Name of eLearning course(s) you would like to be registered for
This information will be used to setup and register the individual(s), and they should get an email from the LMS team regarding how to access the eLearning and process payment.