On-Demand Distance Learning Training for Attorneys

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The Court Improvement offers On-Demand Distance Learning training.  Click the links below to watch the On-Demand Distance Learning training and complete the corresponding quizzes and evaluation to obtain CLE credit.

CLE credits will only be given once for each training, regardless of calendar year. 

Please Note:   An attorney may take an On-Demand course only one time for CLE credit. An attorney is not eligible to obtain credit for a distance learning course if they received credit for the original live presentation.

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On-Demand Distance Learning Training Offerings:

2023 Juvenile Law Update (1.75 general CLE credit)
(Training added to website in November 2023)

Children and Youth Mental Health Considerations (1.25 dual hours CLE credit)
Session 3 of the 4th Friday Training Series
(Training added to website in April 2024)

Educational Considerations for Systems-Involved Children and Youth (1.25 general hours CLE credit)
Session 1 of the 4th Friday Training Series
(Training added to website in March 2024)

Foster Care Review Board for Attorneys: What Child and Parent Attorneys Need to Know  (1.25 general hours CLE credit) (Expires June 28, 2024)
(Training added to website in August 2022)

Fostering College Success: Supporting Youth in Higher Education (1.75 general hours CLE credit) 
(Training added to website in October 2022)

Getting to Graduation: Tennessee Graduation Requirements and Transcript Review (1.25 general hours CLE credit)
Session 2 of the 4th Friday Training Series
(Training added to website in March 2024)

Guardian ad Litem Basics (1.75 general hours CLE credit)
Mandatory training for Attorneys seeking to become a Guardian ad Litem in Tennessee

(Training added to website in April 2023)

Immigration Considerations in Tennessee Child Welfare  
(3.75 total CLE - 2.5 dual and 1.25 general hours)
(Training added to website in August 2022)

Keeping Youth Safe in Facilities (1.67 general hour CLE credit)
(Training added to website in December 2022)

Reasonable and Prudent Parenting (1.25 general hours CLE credit)
Session 4 of the 4th Friday Training Series
(Training added to website in May 2024)

Rehabilitation and Treatment: Getting the Best Disposition for Your Client (1.75 total CLE - 1.0 dual and 0.75 general hours)
(Training added to website in November 2023)

Rule 40 Guardian ad Litem 2022 Educational Update Trainings  (1.50 general hours CLE credit)
Mandatory training for Attorneys seeking to become a Guardian ad Litem in Tennessee

(Training added to website in August 2022)

Special Education: Addressing Behavioral Challenges of Students (1.5 dual hours CLE credit)
(Training added to website in February 2023)

Supporting Transition Age Youth in Independent Living and Extension of Foster Care (1.25 general hours CLE credit)
(Training added to website in April 2023)

Tennessee AOC Claims and Payment System (ACAP) (1.50 general hours CLE credit)
(Training added to website in April 2023)

Understanding Qualified Residential Treatment Programs (QRTP) Under the Family First Prevention Services Act (1.50 general hours CLE credit) (Expires June 28, 2024)
(Training added to website in October 2022)

 

Click here to access trainings for Foster Care Review Board Members and Court Staff