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Upcoming Education Events

TJCTC is offering two types of programs this year: Virtual programs and in-person programs. To view education brochure click here

Registration opens November 6th! 

Programs by Date

Click each program to see more information.

Please Make Checks Payable to:  Texas State University  

Please Mail Checks to:    Texas Justice Court Training Center
                                          1701 Directors Blvd, Ste 530
                                          Austin, Texas 78744

Information about TJCTC policies

  • Constables are required to get TCOLE course #1415 from the Texas Justice Court Training Center by August 31, 2021. 

    Deputy Constables that serve process are required to get TCOLE course #3101 from the Texas Justice Court Training Center by August 31, 2021. 

    Constable clerks have no requirements but they are welcome to attend TJCTC programs. 

  • We do only if there is availability. Contact Laura at for more information. 

  • Enrollment is subject to receipt of registration from each participant. The registration fee provides for program costs and meals. Pursuant to grant conditions, the registration fee is given to the grant to be spent as restricted funds. If you or your county cannot pay this fee, please contact Thea Whalen at to inquire about a waiver. 

    The Texas State overhead assessment fee is a voluntary fee deposited into TJCTC's private fund account and is used for unrestricted activity expenses that the grant cannot cover, such as salaries, benefits, and excess food and lodging costs. 

    The breakdown between the fees is detailed on your invoice that is emailed to you once registered. 

  • The lodging fee is a fee that covers your portion of the hotel cost if you choose to have a single room. This fee is consistent for every event at $55 based on the lowest rate of any hotel that TJCTC uses. There is no lodging fee if you choose double occupancy or no room. 

Our programs are funded through generous grants from the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals and the Texas Department of Transportation.