You'll need a total of 12 hours of continuing education each year. 4 of those hours will be through SFCASA.

All CASAs must obtain 12 hours of additional continuing education each year. All classes take place at our offices in San Francisco, located at 2535 Mission Street, unless otherwise specified. Please note that you will have to climb a set of stairs to get to our office.

To sign up for one of the continuing education courses below, simply click on the blue "Sign up here" link for the course you wish to attend. You'll be prompted to fill out an email confirming your attendance. 

Ending Relationships with Natalia Estassi
NEW DATE: March 19th from 6-8:30PM
CCSF Mission Campus - Rm 254 (1125 Valencia Street) 
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Every feel confused about how you will end your relationship with your young person, and do it well? Dr. Natalia Estassi will walk you through best practices for setting clear boundaries with your youth from the start, building a trusting relationship characterized by honesty, and having the conversation about the end of your CASA volunteering. Whether you're at the beginning, middle or nearing the end of your CASA relationship with your youth, this training is for you!

Introduction to Harm Reduction with Diana Valentine
April 9 from 6-8PM
Judicial Council (455 Golden Gate Ave), 3rd Floor

Working With Families with Natalia Estassi
April 19 from 6-8:30PM
Location TBA

Self Awareness & Resiliency When Working With Youth  with Natalia Estassi
April 23 from 6-8:30PM
Location TBA

Volunteers can also earn continuing education credits by reporting on books, movies, documentaries, television programs, and other presentations related to their continuing education. Contact our Training specialist to get your credits. 

Online trainings can be found by clicking here.