Renewals


 Level I & II

To maintain proficiency of a Level I or II Certified Court Clerk, a clerk must complete 12 hours of continuing judicial education each year through TCCA, TMCA, TMCEC, or an alternate approved provider.

Participants must submit proof of their continuing education. Download a renewal application to get more information. Not submitting the required hours of continuing education for two or more years will result in a loss of all levels of certification. To appeal a loss of certification, mail an appeal form to the TCCA Education Committee.

Certified Municipal Court Clerk (Level III)

To maintain proficiency of a Certified Court Clerk Level III, a clerk must complete 20 hours of continuing judicial education each year through TCCA, TMCA, TMCEC, or an alternate approved provider.

Participants must submit proof of their continuing education. A renewal application must be submitted every year. Not submitting the required hours of continuing education for two or more years will result in a loss of all levels of certification. To appeal a loss of certification, mail an appeal form to the TCCA Education Committee.

Inactive CMCC: Any clerk who has achieved Level III, CMCC status, but has become inactive, will be allowed to reinstate their certification by completing 40 hours of education. Six of those hours must come from TMCEC’s Legislative Update and all 40 hours of education must be from within the following three years. Certificates of attendance, along with a renewal application, must be submitted to TMCEC. Note: This rule only applies to Level III.

Submitting Your Renewal & Verifying Renewal Status Online

You can now submit and verify your certification renewal through our Register site at http://register.tmcec.com/ site.  After you have logged in, click the "Certification Renewal" tab and it will show your most current year renewed. Please note that confirmation letters will no longer be sent out, we encourage participants to verify their status online.