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Upcoming Education Events

TJCTC is offering two types of programs this year: Virtual programs and in-person programs. (In-person programs will have special requirements due to COVID-19. Click here to read TJCTC's COVID-19 policies.) For experienced clerks, there will be four 16-hour in-person seminars, one 12-hour virtual criminal seminar, and one 12-hour virtual civil seminar. For new clerks, there is one virtual seminar and one in-person seminar.

  • In-Person Program Costs
    • $150 - Registration and Overhead Assessment Fees
    • $110 - 2 nights of Lodging Fees for Single Occupancy ($55 per night). If you choose Double Occupancy (sharing with a roommate) you will not have any lodging fees.
      • If you would like to come in the night before please send an email to Darby Swoboda at d_s520@txstate.edu. Extra nights are limited and based on a first come first serve basis.
  • Virtual Program Costs
    • $50 - Registration and Overhead Assessment Fees

For agendas and information about courses offered, please view our education brochure and course descriptions.

Please see the chart below for both virtual and in-person seminars by date. Registration opens on November 10, 2021.


June 6-8, 2022

In-Person

16-Hour Experienced Court Personnel

San Antonio

Embassy Suites - San Antonio Landmark

If you have not already contacted Darby for an extra night you will now need to make those reservations on your own.

June 12-14, 2022

(6/12 is a travel day with no classes)

In-Person

12-Hour New Court Personnel

Austin

Austin Marriott South

August 10-12, 2022

In-Person

16-Hour Experienced Court Personnel

Denton

Denton Embassy Suites

 

Specialty Workshops

Workshops that go in-depth on one topic.

Programs by Date


 


Information about TJCTC policies

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  • Education Event Policies

    • Enrollment is subject to receipt of an online registration from each participant. The registration fee provides for program costs and meals. Pursuant to grant conditions, the registration fee is mandatory and returned to the grant to be spent as restricted funds. If you or your county cannot pay this fee, please contact Thea Whalen at td24@txstate.edu to receive 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 registration fee should be paid in full prior to the state of the event. 

    • 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. 

    • Once payment is received, a confirmation letter with hotel and event information will be emailed to you.

    • TJCTC will provide a catered breakfast and lunch on the second day of the seminar and a full breakfast buffet on the last day. You will be on your own for dinner each night.

    • Attendees must print their own handouts. All handouts will be available to download through your TJCTC Profile two weeks prior to the event with updates being made throughout the year. If you anticipate changing into another class onsite, please consider printing those handouts as well. Wifi is not provided in the meeting rooms.

    • If your program gets canceled due to the pandemic, you will receive a full refund. 

court of criminal appeals building

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