Attendees can earn more than 15 hours of training credit during the TASA | TASB Convention.
Continuing Education Credit (CEC) for school boards members
Credit offered during Convention qualifies as Additional Continuing Education. New school board members are required to earn at least 10 hours their first year. Experienced board members must complete a minimum of five hours each year.
Special required training
Governance for Improved Student Learning: EISO/SB1566 Training offered as a preconference session on Thursday from 2–5 p.m. fulfills the three-hour biennial requirement.
Experienced board members who need to meet their biennial requirement for the update to the Texas Education Code should attend Catching Up with the Texas Legislature presented by TASB Governmental Relations staff on Friday 2:15 p.m. or TASA Legislative update presented by TASA staff on Friday at 8:45 a.m.
New school board members attending the New Board Member Launch on Thursday will have online access to bonus content including required trainings on the Texas Open Meetings Act and Sexual Abuse, Human Trafficking, and Other Maltreatment of Children.
How to report training credits
Board members and superintendents should report credit using myCEC. Go to cecm.tasb.org and log in using your myTASB credentials.
- Enter credit numbers immediately or up to 24 hours after the event concludes
- Credits show up immediately
- View your full credit history at any time
Check with TASB staff in the Credit Reporting area located just outside the Exhibit Hall in upper D lobby near Exhibitor Registration. TASB staff in the Information booths can help as well.
Continuing Professional Education (CPE) for superintendents and administrators
Certificate renewal standards adopted by SBEC require all certified educators to complete appropriate continuing professional education clock hours. The form for record keeping of CPE credit is available at Registration and will contain more information about SBEC certification rules.