I think it's good, given how worried you are, that you have a lawyer. But the following advice I give you regardless of whether you have a lawyer, because I think it's key for you to understand.
I think it is totally appropriate for you (directly or through your lawyer) to ask for a specific written list of CURRENT concerns (i.e. not the concerns that brought them into your home originally, but their concerns today given their contact with you since the beginning of this). Then I would ask for - in writing - exactly what they feel you need to do to close your case and what the classes they're asking you to agree to have to do with their current concerns.
Lastly I would ask every other question you have "What does Level II classification mean? What criteria will you use to decide if I got what you expected me to out of the class?" or any other question you have. You can even have a handheld tape recorder running and clearly let the worker know that you are so concerned about what the form means, you'd like to tape your conversation with her as she answers your questions.
I don't know your worker so I don't know how she'd react, but I do know that you have a right to all that info and if you say that you understand things much better with them in writing and you also want documentation of what you're being told, they should give it to you.
Once you have that info, you should be in a much better position to decide what you will and won't sign. Oh yeah, another key question to ask and get documentation of the answer: what happens if you don't agree to the class or don't sign the paper? You should have a clear understanding of the worker's answer to that too.
Also critically important: as much as possible, STAY CALM when talking to your worker. It is totally, 100% reasonable to say, pretty much about any decision she's asking you to make, "I need to talk to my husband/lawyer about this, so I'll call you after I have" or "Because I need to run this by my husband/lawyer, can we set up a time when you can talk to all of us at once about this?" If any worker insists you have to make a decision or sign somethign on the spot, calmly ask why it has to be signed on the spot and how can she expect you to sign if you don't have all the info you need about the consequences? But try hard not to freak out, and try to just remember that CPS wants (or at least is supposed to want) INFORMED parental decisions. You have a right to ask for this clarifying info, and you should not flip out and imagine the worst when they ask you to sign something. But you SHOULD understand fully what you're signing, why, and what the consequences are, hence all of the above.
Still wishing you the best of luck!
Edited by LROM - 10/14/11 at 9:57am