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CIVIL PROCESS

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Seminar Dates and Locations

Civil Process Seminars Dates and Locations

Date City Hotel Surcharge
February 15-18, 2015

Austin

DoubleTree by Hilton Austin North
6505 North IH 35
Austin, TX
512-454-3737
$69.50 + 15% tax
March 15-18, 2015 Rockwall Hilton Dallas/Rockwall Lakefront
2055 Summer Lee Drive
Rockwall, TX
(214) 771-3700
$61.50 + 13% tax
April 12-15, 2015 San Antonio

Omni Colonnade
9821 Colonnade Blvd.

San Antonio, TX
210-691-8888

$54.50 + 16.75% tax
May 3-6, 2015 Galveston San Luis Resort & Conf. Center
5222 Seawall Blvd.
Galveston, TX
409-744-1500
$54.50 + 15% tax

 

Eligibility Requirements

Eligibility Requirements
You must be a lawfully elected or appointed Texas Constable, an employed or officially appointed deputy constable, or an employed clerk working for a constable’s office.

All registrants will be confirmed on a first come, first served basis no matter whether they are a constable, chief deputy, deputy, or clerk. Therefore, be sure to register as soon as possible to ensure your attendance at your desired seminar location.

You must attend the entire 20 hours to receive TCLEOSE credit in Civil Process.

Registration/ Texas State Overhead Assessment

Registration/ Texas State Overhead Assessment
The Registration Fee/Texas State University Overhead Assessment Fee for all Twenty-Hour Seminars is now $150.00*. Our grant has not increased in a number of years and this increase, allows us to off-set inflation so we can continue to offer quality education without decreasing the number of available training spots.


* Pursuant to the grant conditions, the registration fee is mandatory and is returned to the grant to be spent as restricted funds. The Texas State University Overhead Assessment is used for activity expenses that the Grant cannot cover, such as excess meal and break costs, salary supplements, etc. These unrestricted funds are deposited into the Texas State University account. Counties or individuals who cannot afford the Overhead Assessment may request a waiver.

Online Registration

Online Registration
STEP 1.

Go to the Training Center’s Website at www.tjctc.org, login to My TJCTC Home using your User Name and Password. If you have not already done so you will need to create your User ID and Password. Then use them to log-on.


STEP 2.

Click on Online Registration then click on the seminar or workshop  you wish to attend. If it is RED it is full. You may register and be put on a waiting list or you may choose another seminar or workshop. 


STEP 3.

Select your room preference. I Do Not Need a Room; Double Occupancy sharing with another attendee which is no charge to you; or Single or Share Room with Spouse which requires a surcharge. If you check  Double Occupancy, click on Select a Roommate and select a specific roommate from the drop-down menu which will list possible roommate choices. If that person is not listed, they have not registered yet. If you do not have a specific roommate or if your preferred roommate has not yet registered you may select “any”. After your specific roommate registers you can go back to your TJCTC Home page and select their name.

If you have special needs, type them in the “special needs” box and we will make every effort to have the hotel honor them, i.e. wheelchair accessible, close to elevator, low floor, etc. A smoking room is not an option since most hotels are now smoke free. 


STEP 4.  

Select your classes by choosing a Track. We are offering three tracks: Introduction (Basic), Discussion (Intermediate), and Problem Solving (Advanced). Once you have chosen a Track you must attend the classes in that Track for the entire seminar. Click in the circle to the left of the Track name. A green dot will appear inside the circle.

Introductory Track: Basic — Recommended for those with 0 to 3 years experience serving Civil Process, and/or minimal civil process workload, or those preparing for the TCOLE Civil Process Proficiency Certificate exam (CPPC).

Discussion Track: Intermediate — Recommended for those with more than 3 years experience serving Civil Process and/or experience with a high volume of civil process workload and have previously attended at least 2 Basic level Classes. You MUST bring a laptop computer, e-tablet or set of **research books to attend. Limited to 36 attendees. See pg. 2 for book list.

Problem Solving Track: Advanced — Recommended for Constables and deputies that are well versed in Civil Process. It is recommended that you have your CPPC and have attended at least 2 Discussion Classes. You MUST bring a laptop computer, e-tablet or set of **research books to attend. Limited to 36 attendees.


STEP 5.

After you have made your Track selection, click on Register at the bottom of the page. You will be taken to your invoice.


STEP 6.  

Print your invoice immediately. Your invoice reflects the registration fee and Texas State Overhead Assessment which is a total of $150.00. Please arrange for payment as soon as possible.

Your registration will not be final and no room reservation will be made until your payment is received. After we receive payment, a confirmation letter will be e-mailed to you. Payment MUST be received at least 2 weeks prior to the seminar. Your name will not be listed on the online roster until we have received your payment. If you need to reprint your invoice you can do so by logging into the My TJCTC Home.

Cancellations & Changes

Cancellations & Changes
Cancellations will not be accepted over the phone. You must cancel online by logging into your "My TJCTC Home" page.  If you cancel within 2 weeks of the seminar, the refund process will begin. If you cancel thereafter, you may not apply fees toward any other upcoming seminar within the academic year and you will not be eligible for a refund.

Persons who register and “No-Show” a seminar will not be eligible to receive a refund or attend a Training Center 20-Hour Civil Process seminar for the remainder of this academic year and the following academic year.

Exceptions will be made on a case by case basis

Hotel Information

Hotel Reservations:
The Training Center makes all hotel reservations for the seminars. You should only call the hotel for medical emergencies, early or late arrival, directions, or to reach an attendee of the seminar. The hotel will not give you reservation information. If you wish to make a change to your reservations, please do so by choosing “View and Edit Seminars” on your My TJCTC Home page menu and selecting edit. Your confirmed hotel accommodations will be listed in the confirmation letter.

 

Hotel Check-In:
When you arrive at the hotel, a line of credit must be established between you and the hotel for incidental charges. You may be asked to present a major credit card or cash deposit. Do not use a personal debit card for deposits or incidentals when checking into the hotel. The unused balance of your deposit will be returned to you upon check out. Standard hotel check in time is 3:00 p.m. For this reason, you may be asked to store your luggage at the bell-stand until clean rooms become available. If you plan to arrive at the hotel after 6:00 p.m. on the check-in day, you will be responsible for calling the hotel and guaranteeing your room with a personal credit card.

Early Arrival or Late Stay:
If you plan to arrive prior to the seminar start date, or intend to stay longer than the conclusion of the seminar, you will be solely responsible for contacting the hotel to make the reservations and are responsible for all extra costs.