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Continuing Education Requirements for Court Appointed Special Advocates

What: 12 hours per year (from the date of assignment to a case).

Why: The purpose is to ensure that volunteers stay educated and informed on issues within the juvenile dependency system and specific areas of interest that relate to your individual case, or help to prepare you to work on a different type of case in the future.

Additionally, it is a requirement as specified by the Judicial Council.

Where: This requirement can be met through books, movies, television shows, and online training as well as attending CASA of Terrebonne sponsored training.

 

CLICK ON THE LINKS BELOW, REGISTER AND ATTEND THE TRAIN BELOW AND EARN CONTINUED EDUCATION CREDITS:


In-Service: TBRI

Correcting Principle

Monday * January 23, 2023  * 5:30pm - 8:45 pm (3.5 Credit Hours)

Burnout is a state of emotional, mental, and often physical exhaustion brought on by prolonged or repeated stress. CASA of Terrebonne will be hosting an in-

n the fourth and final installment of our TBRI® In-service training series, Jenny Domangue will present the TBRI® Correcting Principles which aim to address a child’s behavioral issues in a positive way. Two important principles in the correcting component are proactive and responsive behavior.


In-Service: Lunch and Learn

DCFS Investigations

Friday * February 24, 2023 * 12 noon - 1 pm (1 Credit Hour)

Kayla Pillette and Erin Jackson will be our presenters for the Lunch and Learn on February 24, 2023. They will cover DCFS investigations and foster care procedures. 

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