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CASA University Class Three (Online)
March 8 @ 5:00 pm - 8:00 pm
All CASA’s in Training must attend class one prior to attending classes two-seven.
In this session, prospective CASA volunteers will learn the lifecycle of a child protection case and the laws that define that lifecycle. Additionally, prospective CASA volunteers will build on their terminology and expectations to become proficient when working in the legal system.
EXPECTATIONS WHILE ATTENDING CASA UNIVERSITY
When you attend CASA University, you’ll be learning alongside other community members preparing to advocate for children experiencing one of, if not the most, chaotic times of their life. We take this work extremely seriously. Because of that, we have the following expectations for every CASA University participant:
• We promote a safe learning environment free of harassment, discrimination, and violence. It is never acceptable to speak or act in a way that intimidates, threatens, or denigrates the humanity of another participant, trainer, or community member.
• It is not appropriate to attend CASA University to explicitly obtain legal or other advice for ongoing or past child protection involvement. ProKids trainers and staff will not comment on or engage in conversation about any specific child protection case.
• The goal of CASA University is to educate the community how to effectively advocate for children while involved in the child protection system. We are unable to answer questions or advise about issues not directly related to this goal.
Failure to follow these expectations will result in removal from and barring of participation in all ProKids education and training indefinitely.
“This training has been partially funded through a contract between Ohio CASA and the Department of Job and Family Services. Ohio CASA supports local CASA/GAL programs throughout Ohio with training, technical assistance, legislative support, and standards implementation so volunteers may advocate for abused, neglected and dependent children in the court system.”