What is the NCIT Basic Program?
Since 1984, the Council on Licensure, Enforcement and Regulation has provided a three-day, hands-on training and certification program in investigation and inspection techniques and procedures. To date, over 19,000 compliance and discipline professionals have benefited from the expert instruction provided. The program takes the investigator through every step in the investigative process: from planning the investigation to writing the report. Even if you are an experienced investigator, you are certain to gain new skills and knowledge from this course. Teaching methodologies include lectures, role playing, group activities and video presentations.
What is the NCIT Specialized Program?
While the Basic Program provides a core curriculum for certification, the Specialized Program offers advanced certification in individual subject areas. Each module is an eight-hour session designed to promote interaction through use of small groups, role-playing exercises and case studies.
NCIT Additional Modules
CLEAR is pleased to offer four additional modules in the NCIT Program: Drug Diversion Investigations; Investigating Allegations of Sexual Misconduct; Communication Skills and the Art of Persuasion; and Developing a Professional Attitude: Ethics for the Regulatory Investigator. Each is a half-day program. Modules can be offered together or separately, or as an add-on to Basic and/or Specialized programs, depending on sponsors’ interest. Modules are also often presented following the NCIT Programs at the annual conference. CLEAR also offers two additional investigation training programs for specific audiences: Certified Monitors and Compliance Officers and Internal Investigations for Health and Extended Care. Please see the "NCIT Additional Modules" quick link on the right for more information.
Who should attend?
The courses are general enough to apply to investigators and inspectors working in a wide range of professions. The content is also useful for board executives responsible for analyzing complaints and board attorneys who wish to gain a greater appreciation of the skill level and work involved in investigations and inspections.
What is the cost?
Registration fees for the programs are as follows:
Basic: $320 US Member / $400 US Non-member
Specialized: $400 US Member / $500 US Non-member
This includes the cost of all training materials, the examination and coffee breaks during the programs.
*Effective July 1, 2013 registration fees for the programs will be:
Basic: $345 US Member / $430 US Non-member
Specialized: $415 US Member / $515 US Non-member
How do I bring the NCIT Basic Program to my city?
Sponsoring an NCIT Basic Program may be easier than you think. For more information about attending or sponsoring an NCIT Basic Program, contact the training division at (859) 269-1601.