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 on-line trainings as well as attending CASA of Terrebonne sponsored trainings.
Click on the events below, register and attend the events below and earn training credits:
Back to School: The KPJR Showcase
Tuesday, August 25 and Friday, August 28th, 2020
KPJR FILMS will produce a global virtual screening of the award-winning films Resilience, Paper Tigers, and The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia in collaboration with the UK-based International Festival of Learning between Tuesday, August 25 and Friday, August 28th, 2020. The International Festival of Learning is a movement of educators, schools, colleges and universities - interconnected with a common mission - who aim to provide a hub for collaboration between professionals at all levels.
Click HERE to register for the Global Virtual Premier. Remember to enter training credit hours to Optima.