CLE / CEU Information for Ad Litem Seminar

general information

The 2023 Hill Country Ad Litem Seminar is 12.5 continuing education hours, over 2 days, streaming live on Zoom and with limited in-person seating available (in Kerrville). We have requested 3.0 Ethics hours with the State Bar, and will update here once that is approved.

If you missed a session OR want to take the Seminar at-your-own-pace your registration will include access to the Seminar’s video showcase for 12 months following the Seminar, under password protection. When the video becomes available, you will receive an email from us with log-in information.

If you have any questions about CLE / CEU reporting, please contact Amy Harding, Hill Country CASA’s Volunteer Coordinator, at Amy@HCCASA.org.

 

cle information for attorneys

For Attorneys reporting to the State Bar: You may self-report OR have Hill Country CASA report to the Bar for you. We will provide the course number during the Seminar in each break for self-reporting purposes. If you attend in person, HCCASA can report your hours for you (visit the registration table for more details).

ceu information for social workers

CEUs for Social Workers: We will provide a certificate for in-person attendees (visit the registration table for more details). If you attend virtually, email Amy Harding, Hill Country CASA’s Volunteer Coordinator, at Amy@HCCASA.org for a printable certificate.

FOR CASA STAFF AND VOLUNTEERS

CASA staff and volunteers should report their hours in Optima. The Seminar is 12.5 hours, use 2/23/23 as your start date and 2/24/23 as your complete date if you attend live. If you have questions about how to report your hours, email Stephanie Cash, Hill Country CASA Executive Director, at Stephanie@HCCASA.org for more information.