Court Required Education

If you are going to be appointed as a guardian or conservator in Alaska, there is a one hour of mandatory education required.  You can fulfill this in several ways. While you are only required to do one of the following, ASAGA strongly encourages to do more than one; once to ensure your compliance with the Court and a few months later to help enforce your guardianship role.

  1. Watch Part III of the Alaska Court System video.  Click HERE to be directed.  Once you have watched the video, you will be directed to request a certificate which emails you the final quiz.  If this quiz is passed, you will be emailed a certificate.  Attach this certificate to PG 120, Affirmation of Education.  If you cannot access this online, please contact us and we can send out a thumb drive to do on the computer.
  2. ASAGA holds a monthly live webinar you can participate from your own phone or computer.  You can register for this on our Event Calendar by selecting the date.  The webinar is held on the 1st Tuesday of each month from 4pm to 5:30 pm.  ASAGA will send you a certificate you can attach to the Affirmation of Education.
  3. EFFECTIVE IMMEDIATELY – In-person classes are suspended until further notice due to courthouse restrictions and Covid-19.  ASAGA holds an in-person class at the Anchorage court (other locations being worked on) on the 1st Thursday of each month from 12 to 1:30pm at the Nesbett Courthouse, 825 W. 4th Avenue, Anchorage in the 2nd floor Jury Room.  ASAGA will provide a certificate to attach to PG 120.  There is no registration required but you need to attend the full class.
  4. If you are unable to view the video online, attend a webinar or live class, contact ASAGA. We can help arrange for a thumb drive with the education video, arrange a private consultation or provide written documents you can read.   Our contact information is or 907-444-4015.  You can also make a request with our Make an Appointment page.