CCA provides professional development through education and training and, in addition, sponsors and conducts four regional training workshops. These CCA Training Day workshops afford members the opportunity to attend classes on court and other career related topics, network with other court employees and learn more about their profession in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere. Members also have the opportunity to participate in the Certification Program that requires them to attend courses at training workshops or through other educational institutions.
Court Interpreters! You are invited to participate in CCA events!
December 6, 2019
DoubleTree Hotel - Sacramento
2000 Point West Way
Sacramento, CA 95815
Room Reservations: 800-686-3775
Deadline: November 5, 2019
Ask for the CCA special hotel rate of $95
Discounted Parking Fee: $5 per day
April 4, 2020
Marriott Ventura Beach
2055 Harbor Blvd
Ventura, CA 93001
Online Registration Opening Soon
Save the Date Flyer
Classes offering education credits for the Interpreters (CIMCE) are marked with an asterisk [*].
Refund Policy: Qualifying
refunds, less a $25 administrative fee, 3 days prior to event. No
refunds less than 3 days in advance, or if you have received materials
CCA is an approved provider for classes that help meet the minimum education requirements state in CRC 10.474
ALL INDIVIDUALS RESPONSIBLE FOR MAKING THEIR OWN HOTEL RESERVATIONS. The temperature in the classrooms can vary—for your comfort bring a jacket or wrap. CCA is an approved provider for classes that help meet the minimum education requirements stated in CRC 10.474.
CANCELLATIONS: If you have to cancel, contact the CCA office at info@CalCourt.org. Late cancellations will be considered on an individual basis.
How may we assist you?
The California Court Association is dedicated to provide a forum for education & best practices in the development of court professionals
(510) 553-0401 | (916) 294-0415 Fax | info@CalCourt.org | 950 Glenn Drive, Suite 150, Folsom, CA 95630
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