Professional Training

Coursework approved to fulfill education and training clock-hour credits for credentialed individuals and some Social Work CEUs.
Curriculum Development and Trainer Certification


Training opportunities for addiction professionals help develop and maintain the knowledge and skillset needed to provide effective services throughout the addiction continuum of services. OASAS oversees and establishes guidelines for the comprehensive statewide education and training of New York's credentialed addiction professional workforce and all staff who provide treatment, prevention and recovery services. Training includes the initial curriculum for all OASAS issued credentials, renewal trainings for credentialed individuals (CASAC/CPP/CPS) and trainings for trainers in standardized training curriculums. Approved trainings may be offered by certified Education and Training Providers, by OASAS or one of our partners. Some training fulfill Social Work Continuing Education Units.

More information on joining NY's addiction credentialed workforce.

Training Opportunities Grow professionally and earn credit toward your credential

Training Catalog
Standardized Curriculum

Core coursework is typically taken in-classroom offered by a certified training provider. Distance Learning providers offer OASAS standardized curricula online as an alternative to classroom learning.

Motivational Interviewing

A two-day classroom training designed to teach counselors how to motivate people towards personal behavior change with a compassionate, client-centered approach.

Clinical Supervision Foundations

Effective April 1, 2024, please be aware that the pre-requisites for attending CSFII have been updated and all registrants must be:

  • A CASAC with a minimum of a bachelor’s degree.
  • Current clinical supervisor or currently on a career path to be in the position within one year.
Education and Training Providers
Find Certified Trainers

Fine accredited colleges and universities, governmental agencies, professional organizations, and others Trainers that deliver OASAS approved curriculums and training for credentialing hours.

Become a Training Provider

Only OASAS-certified training providers can offer OASAS credentialing clock-hour credit. To become an education and training provider, apply for certification and attend a Train the Trainers event.

Professional Development