Training and Supervision

Training

Each CASA Volunteer receives a minimum of 30 hours of in-class training, which includes information on the court process, interviewing, abuse issues, report writing, etc. professionals who are involved with the local court and child protective services are part of the training. In addition advocates must complete 12 hours of continued education yearly which is offered by the local and state CASA programs.

Supervision

All CASA volunteers are under the supervision of the CASA Executive Director. It is the CASA volunteers responsibility to maintain consistent contact with the Executive Director (at least monthly) and to comply with CASA policies, procedures and ethical guidelines that promote and protect the CASA program.