The V.G. Young Institute of County Government offers the following online courses for continuing education for Texas County officials. Many of the courses are also applicable to other professions, including human resource professionals. All of the courses are located on the AgriLife Learn website.
Note: Not all courses are approved for TDLR Credit. Please confirm in the course description. Course completion credit will be turned in on your behalf every Friday to TDLR and TACA; you do not need to submit your certificates of completion.
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ACCOUNTING IN THE TAX OFFICE
CUSTOMER SERVICE TO BUILD
THE PUBLIC TRUST (TDLR #23228)
ETHICS- A PRACTICAL APPROACH
ETHICS FOR COUNTY
FLSA, USERRA AND SEXUAL HARASSMENT (TDLR #23885)
Employers and supervisors are tasked with keeping their organization in compliance with employment laws. This can be a challenge as different employees have different various needs, and sifting through legal requirements related to employment can be complex and confusing. Designed for the general public, this course provides an overview of Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA), and sexual harassment. Employers need to know what the laws provide for covered employees, the rights and obligations of employers, and tools to bring any organization into compliance. Upon completion of the course, participants will earn one (1) hour of continuing education credit from the V.G. Young Institute of County Government, a part of the Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service. A certificate of completion will be available after successfully completing the course material.
Price: $30.00 | Enroll Now
FMLA: WHAT EVERY EMPLOYER NEEDS TO KNOW
Fraudulent Filings is a self-directed course designed for district and county clerks in Texas. This course meets requirements for clerks needing one (1) hour of continuing education on fraudulent court documents and fraudulent document filings. Participants will review codes and definitions of fraud and understand the role of the clerk regarding fraudulent documents. Participants are responsible for reporting course completion to the County and District Clerks Association of Texas.
Price: $30.00 | Enroll Now
FUNDAMENTALS OF THE AMERICANS WITH
DISABILITIES ACT (ADA) (TDLR #23884)
& BOAT TITLING AND REGISTRATION
MOTOR VEHICLE SALES TAX & FEE COLLECTIONS
NEW COUNTY TAX ASSESSOR-COLLECTORS &
CHIEF DEPUTY ORIENTATION
PERSONNEL MANAGEMENT IN THE PUBLIC SECTOR
PUBLIC RECORDS: RELEASE, MANAGEMENT AND RETENTION
REGISTRY OF THE COURT
SPECIAL INVENTORY TAX (TDLR #24626)
This course will touch on Special Inventory penalties, fines, and budget funds. It will also cover the similarities and differences between the four types of Special Inventory. Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: define Special Inventory Tax, differentiate between the types of Special Inventory, and understand penalties, fines, and budget funds. This course is eligible for 2.0 CEU hours through the Tax Assessors-Collectors Association of Texas (TACA) and Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation (TDLR).
TEXAS OPEN MEETINGS ACT (TDLR #24847)
TEXAS PROPERTY TAX PROFESSIONALS CODE
OF ETHICS (TDLR #22663)
NOTE: Tax Assessor-Collectors need to complete the following ethics course specific to their office: Ethics for County Tax Assessor-Collectors.