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DASA Training


DASA Training (Dignity for All Students Act)

This DASA Training is a 6 hour course – 3 HR REMOTE SELF-STUDY/3 HR LIVE VIRTUAL CLASS (The 3 hr. remote self-study portion of the course MUST be completed prior to the 3 hr. live virtual training)

Choose a date below for the 3-hr live virtual portion of this course. Once you have registered and paid for the training you will receive a link, via email, to the 3-hr remote self-study portion of this course. Once the 3-hr remote self-study portion of this course has been completed a zoom link, via email, will be sent for the 3-hr live virtual portion of this course. You will also find the “ticket” information in your account. Click on “orders” on the left column.

Please be sure you are able to attend the pre-scheduled live virtual portion of this training before you register and pay.

COST $75. No refunds.

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DASA Training July 12, 2022
$ 75.00
25 available

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