These full or multi-day courses have an emphasis on professional training for a certain area of knowledge. They’re aimed at those who seek professional improvement and theoretical knowledge that is more complex.

Need some help figuring our what course to take? Not sure who to send for training?
Check out our Course Participant Guidelines or Contact the CCSA and let us help you develop a plan.

Training Policies


While we realize scheduling conflicts occur, significant time, effort, and expense is required to organize courses. As soon as a course is confirmed, the policy regarding cancellation fees will apply. CCSA’s cancellation fees cover up-front course delivery expenses (e.g. booked transportation, etc.).

Course Cancellation Guidelines

  • Course cancellations must be sent by email to the CCSA office ( CCSA will acknowledge receipt of cancellation by email. Please retain this email as it is your proof of cancellation.
  • Cancellation periods indicated indicated in the Cancellation Policy are based on the course start date.

CCSA Course Cancellation

In the event that CCSA cancels a scheduled course due to unforeseen circumstances (e.g., instructor illness, inclement weather, etc.), CCSA will:

  • waive cancellation fees
  • reschedule the course

Course Postponement, Rescheduling and Inclement Weather

Special consideration may be given for courses where a CCSA member may be required to cancel or postpone due to severe weather and/or road conditions or states of emergency.

Waiving or making exceptions to cancellation fees for extenuating circumstances (e.g., local emergency) is at the sole discretion of the Executive Director.

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