NCEA Certification Programs

Evolve 360

Evolve 360 is comprehensive compliance and social transformation training for k12 and higher education institutions. Bringing together Title IX, sexual misconduct prevention, restorative justice, and trauma-informed care into one intensive professional development training.

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Restorative Justice in Title IX- Online

How can restorative justice principles be applied to sexual misconduct cases? This certification walks professionals through 4 weeks of training and practice to start restorative programs for respondents on their campuses and bases. OFFERED FULLY ONLINE

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Trauma-Informed Insurance Professional

The insurance industry is one of constant exposure to traumatic incidents- impacting both members and those working in the field. NCEA is proud to offer this one-of-a-kind certification course that increases member retention/satisfaction and career sustainability.


Trauma-Informed Legal Professional

Supporting clients in crisis means to understand what trauma looks like, how to support a client processing trauma and self-care for attorneys experiencing vicarious trauma. This is the only certification of its kind, giving legal professionals and their firms and unique competitive advantage to serving survivors in multiple areas of law- increasing referrals, client satisfaction and decreasing burnout.

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Full-Spectrum Doula

Doulas are non-medical birth professionals who work to assist community members through all aspects of pregnancy, birth, and navigating reproductive options. This training certifies professionals to help clients be empowered in whatever choice is right for them all while centering those often erased by other doula programs- survivors of trauma, BIPOC,  and LGBTQ clients. NOW OFFERED ONLINE

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Trauma-Informed Clergy

With movements like #ChurchToo bringing awareness to the breadth of trauma in faith spaces today a need for customized training for clergy on trauma's impacts and implications is vital. Participants leave with actionable tools for providing pastoral care to survivors, restorative practice frameworks for communities impacted by interpersonal violence, and resources for prevention. Please note- this training is from an interfaith perspective and does not favor one religious tradition.