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.
Where: This requirement can be met through books, movies, television shows, and online training as well as attending CASA of Terrebonne sponsored training.
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Sex Trafficking Saftey Guides
Human trafficking affects millions of men, women, and children around the world; it also happens in our communities. Below are guides that have been created by a21.org to help keep everyone safe from exploitation. The guides will also be available on our website under "Continuing Education".
In-Service: Lunch and Learn
POV from a Bio Mom
Friday * March 24, 2023 * 12 noon - 1 pm (1 Credit Hour)
Hear from a bio-mom, hear her story, and her experience with her CASA volunteer in her CINC case. She will also share how she and her children are doing 10 years after reunification.
In-Service: TBRI Snapshot
Wednesday * July 12, 2023 * 5:30 pm - 8:45 pm (3 Credit Hours)
Trust-Based Relational Intervention® – Caregiver Training (TBRI-Caregiver Training) is an intervention for caregivers of children who have faced abuse, neglect, and/or other trauma. This three-hour training will give a quick snapshot of the three core principles.