PASAP CONFERENCE 2020
Attend the Conference and Earn 14 hours of Professional Development Credits
PASAP is an PDE Approved Act 48 provider. In order to receive credit for each workshop and conference session attended, participants must be present for the entire session and complete an evaluation survey for each session attended.
Act 48 credits for our webinars are not currently available through PASAP. We encourage webinar attendees to contact their local district Act 48 Committee to receive instructions on how to submit an application to receive Act 48 credit for each webinar attended. Most if not all school districts have a procedure in place as a part of their Act 48 plan. If approved, the district will submit the hours to PDE.
Attendees wishing to obtain PCB credits may submit an application to the PA Certification Board for individual approval. The application can be found on the PCB website at http://www.pacertboard.org/ - click on “Education” at the top of the webpage; click on "Education and Trainer Forms;" and click on the "Individual Education Approval" form. There is a nominal fee to be submitted to PCB with your completed Individual Education Approval form and PASAP Letter of Attendance. The PASAP Letter of Attendance will be sent electronically following the conclusion of the conference.
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PASAP is extremely excited and proud to partner with Caron for this year's conference as both organizations celebrate 30 years of service in supporting youth.
This very special event is intended for professionals who work in support of and on behalf of children and adolescents. Attendees will gain broader professional development experiences as well as a wealth of resources and skills to address the needs of our youth. Top experts in their fields will present relevant and timely information throughout the conference that will enhance participants' ability to reduce the barriers to student learning and achievement.
Our theme continues to be "One Student at a Time," which speaks to the important work we all do every day for the youth we support. As with the poignant story of the young person throwing the starfish back into the ocean one by one, Student Assistance Professionals do make a difference for each and every child, every day.
A Leader in Education, Prevention, and Treatment of Substance Use and Behavioral Health
When the challenges a teen faces are bigger and more complex than a family can handle alone, Caron can help. For 30 years, our Education Team has provided comprehensive substance use education and supportive services for students, families and professionals. Caron’s full continuum of care — from prevention and treatment to recovery — is built using evidence-based and innovative strategies.
CELEBRATING 30 YEARS OF SERVING YOUTH