Welcome to TJCTC's Online Learning webpage - a simple way to find out all of the online learning options available to you!
A presenter covers a topic live and attendees can ask questions. Registration in advance is required. Click here to see what's coming soon!
Recordings for Credit
A recording of a topic created by TJCTC that you can watch at your convenience. Click here to see TJCTC's selection of recordings for credit.
How many judicial education hours can I get online?
The Court of Criminal Appeals released changes to the Rules of Judicial Education allowing judges to receive up to 10 hours of credit for online learning, including civil hours.
Can justice court clerks receive credit for webinars?
Yes! In order to receive credit, you must watch the full webinar and then submit this form for credit for each webinar.
Can constable office staff receive credit for watching webinars?
Yes! We will add webinars you have watched to your TJCTC transcript. However, the webinars will NOT count for TCOLE credit.
In order to have your completed webinar added to your transcript, you must watch the full webinar and then submit this form for credit for each webinar.
How to Get Credit for Online Learning
In order to get credit for a live webinar that you attend at a particular time, you must register under your own name and email. If you register and attend the entire webinar, you will automatically receive credit.
What happens if I watch the webinar in a group or under someone else's name?
You may also get credit - but there's one extra step. Please fill out our webinar certification form to receive credit.
Recordings for Credit
If you watch a TJCTC recording, you can receive credit for it.
You must fill out the certification form on our webinar certification page.
Please only submit once and allow us 1 week to add the webinar to your transcript.
Once you have completed a module, the last screen will list instructions for you to follow in order to receive credit.
Everyone will receive the amount of credit the module says it is worth. If you take longer to finish then the time finished, that is fine, but you will not receive more credit.
The videos on TJCTC's YouTube Channel are not for credit. They are short, helpful videos on specific hot topics.
If you have questions about whether online learning from another entity will count for judicial education credit, please email Jessica at firstname.lastname@example.org with the agenda and agency that is providing the course.