Website Considerations for Texas Counties (Parts I & II)
A county's website can be an incredibly effective resource for the public, but there are some considerations and requirements to keep in mind. Training includes topics on posting requirements, website accessibility and copyright issues – and a few best practices that may save your county time and money.
Who should attend?
Elected and appointed officials, decision-makers for county websites, and department managers or supervisors.
County officials and employees $50
Please make checks payable to Texas Association of Counties.
Upon completion of the training, you will receive a certificate of completion via email. Submit this confirmation to the appropriate coordinating body for credit.
For more information about CE credit, contact Amy Lawson at (800) 456‑5974.
|Continuing Education Type||Virtual Hours|
|Attorneys (MCLE)||.75 hours|
(*Please note that authorization of online attendance must be approved by commissioners court order. Online attendance cannot be used for the mandatory education hours by a new commissioner in the first year of service.)
|Not Approved by CJCA|
|County and District Clerks||47 minutes|
|County Judges||Not Approved by Texas Judicial Academy|
|Justices of the Peace||Not Approved by Texas Justice Courts Training Center|
|Sheriffs and Constables (TCOLE)||Not Approved by TCOLE|
|Tax Assessor-Collectors||.75 hours|
|Treasurers||Not Approved by CTAT|