The following video covers the roles, duties, and responsibilities of a guardian and what to expect if you are appointed as a guardian of the person or property. Prospective guardians must watch the entire video before appointment as guardian of a disabled person or minor. The orientation and training requirements do not apply to public guardians or guardianships that terminate parental rights.
After you watch the entire video, complete a Certificate of Completion – Guardian Orientation and Training Program (CC-GN-031) and file it with the court that appointed you as guardian.
View the Guardian Orientation in Spanish, French, Russian, Korean, and Chinese.
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Last updated: December 2018