You will need a total of 12 hours of continuing education each year. 4 of those hours will be through SFCASA.
For classes taking place at our offices in San Francisco, located at 2535 Mission Street, you will have to climb a set of stairs.
To sign up for one of the continuing education courses below, email our Training Specialist.
Come learn what makes for a good IEP with SFSU Lecturer and special education teacher, Sadie Egan. Sadie will review the IEP process, special education jargon, what appropriate goals, services, and accommodations look like, common low-tech classroom supports, and how to best advocate for your youth with their IEP team. Sadie has also agreed to review individual IEPs, so please come with your youth’s IEP in hand!
All are welcome — CASAs and ERHs who think their youth could benefit from extra support as well as those with already existing IEPs. Make sure to come prepared with questions!
Due to popular demand, we are offering the IEP 101 twice!
· Tuesday, October 22, 2019 from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm at the SFCASA Training Space, 2533 Mission Street
· Monday, November 4, 2019 from 6:00 pm-8:00 pm at the SFCASA Training Space, 2533 Mission Street
Please register for IEP 101 by emailing our Training Specialist, Diane Posner at [email protected] indicating which date you prefer!
Advocate Support Group: Supporting Transitional-Age Youth & Non-Minor Dependents
SFCASA is facilitating an advocate support group on Wednesday, October 30th from 6pm-8pm in the SFCASA Training Space (2533 Mission Street).
Are you supporting a young person who is 15-21 years old? This can be a pivotal time in a young person’s life as they develop independent living skills and prepare to make the transition out of foster care. Please join us in this session dedicated to sharing, listening to, and reflecting upon the challenging and successful experiences related to navigating this transitional time with SFCASA client youth. RSVP to [email protected]. All participants will receive 2 hours of CE credit.