Texas county clerks are required to attain 20 hours during each calendar year that begins after election or appointment.
Programs that Qualify
Any approved by the Education Committee of the County and District Clerks Association.
Filing for Credit
Certification forms are made available at each approved program. Each clerk is responsible for retaining verification to submit online or to the current CDCAT Vice President. To submit CE hours electronically, clerks must go to www.cdcatexas.com/education/tracker.
Government Code, Section 51.605
Open Government Training Information
Elected and appointed public officials are required by a state law to receive training in Texas open government laws. For more information on this training including free video training courses, check out The Office of the Attorney General website.
County Official Organizations
The Texas Association of Counties serves as the umbrella organization for various independent county official organizations in Texas. These organizations serve as an important resource for county officials for information, networking and advocacy.
The association for this office is the County and District Clerks' Association of Texas.