CASA of Crawford County, Inc. offers many ways for CASA volunteers to earn the 12 hours of continuing education units (CEUs) they need each year. This includes our monthly continuing education trainings, which are also open to the public whenever possible; webinars and trainings from the National CASA Association; approved lists of books, movies and other media; and trainings on relevant topics made available through other organizations. Explore all of our upcoming continuing education options below!
5:30-7:00 July 17, 2023
CASA Resource Room
Navigating an IEP Meeting for your CASA child!
Guest Speaker: Nancy Young
Nancy will guide you through the basics of an IEP meeting and give you tools to better advocate for your child's educational needs. Nancy is a volunteer advocate for CASA of Crawford County and is a Doctoral Academy Fellow and holds degrees as an Educational Specialist in Educational Leadership with an endorsement as a Special Education Administration; a master's in special education as an Instructional Specialist (grades 4-12), a bachelor's in early childhood education (P-4), and an Associate of Applied Science as a Paralegal.
CASA: Google Workspace
5:30-7:00 August 7, 2023
CASA Resource Room
Hamilton Center for Child Advocacy
Guest Speaker: Executive Director, Laurie Burnett
Hamilton CAC staff is on-call 24 hours a day and 7 days a week. From advocating for children and families to conducting forensic interviews or medical exams and providing therapy to make sure child abuse victims receive the best care possible. Laurie Burnett, Executive Director at the Hamilton Center for Child Advocacy will explain the services offered and answer any questions you may have.
5:30-7:00 September 19, 2023
10:00 AM Tour upon request. Notify email@example.com
Guest Speaker: Jeremiah Hays, Director of Operations
Get RealCreates a safe and stable environment where at-risk youth, who are aging out of foster care or have become homeless, learn the fundamentals of adulthood to empower them to overcome the cycle of dysfunction.
5:30-7:00 August 25, 2022
Families First: Organized Practice (SOP)
Guest Speaker: Marla Nelson, Crawford County DCFS Supervisor
Request audio recording from Melanie at firstname.lastname@example.org
5:30-7:00 September 12, 2022
Substance Abuse Disorders
Guest Speaker: Katelyn Nabors, LPC
Click here for Zoom audio recording Passcode: *JY6RL?S