Texas Process Server CE – PSCE-2101
Continuing Education for Texas Process Servers
Continuing Education Requirements
If you are a process server that holds a current certification, license, or registration, this course meets the continued education required by your state. This course is required as part of your continued education mandatory training in order to renew your license. This course must be taken before applying to the state for your renewal.
This course fulfills 4-hours of continuing education training required for Process Servers by the Texas Judicial Branch Certification Commission (JBCC). Part 1 covers Basics of Process Service, any updates with Texas laws and rules that regulate process service, and is designed to expose new and old information to Texas Certified Process Servers who wish to renew their certification. Part 2 is also offered in addition to this course and covers many more aspects of the process service industry and gives 4 more hours of continuing education required by the State of Texas JBCC.
For more information please visit Texas Judicial Branch Certification’s website by clicking here.
General Course Objectives
At the end of this course, you should be able to:
- Explain the basics of process service.
- Describe the different manners of service and their implications to process servers.
- Summarize duties and responsibilities of a Texas Certified Process Sever.
- Interpret the source of a Texas process server’s authority and its limits based on Texas law.
- Explain the importance of a process server’s job.
This course will be available for 12 weeks once it is purchased. All training modules must be completed before the end of the specified time frame.
A certificate will be issued upon completion and passing of all modules for this course and will be available online for download.
- Lectures 46
- Quizzes 4
- Duration 4 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Certificate Yes
- Assessments Yes
Chapter 1 - Texas Process Server Review
- Texas Process Server Continuing Education
- Learning Objectives
- What is a process Server?
- Process Server Basics
- Duties of a Process Server
- Manner of Service to an Individual
- Manner of Service to an Entity
- Manner of Service on a Prison Inmate
- Substituted Service on the Secretary of State
- Return of Service Basics
- Elements of a Return of Service
- Affidavit Basics
- Return of Service of a Subpoena
- Amended Return of Service
- Review Quiz
Chapter 2 - Texas Judicial System - Court Structure and Function
- 2.0 Texas Judicial System – Learning Objectives
- 2.1 Texas Judicial System – General Overview
- 2.1 Texas Judicial System – Key Words
- 2.3 Texas Judicial System – Judicial Administration
- Texas Judicial System – Municipal Courts
- Texas Judicial System – Justice Courts
- Texas Judicial System – County Level Courts
- Texas Judicial System – Associate Judges
- Texas Judicial System – Assigned or Visiting Judges
- Texas Judicial System – District Courts
- Texas Judicial System – Trial Courts
- Texas Judicial System – The Courts of Appeals
- Texas Judicial System – The Court of Criminal Appeals
- Texas Judicial System – The Supreme Court
- Texas Judicial System – Appellate Courts
- Texas Judicial System Quiz
Responsibilities of a Certified Process Server
Our Impact on the Judicial Process and the Public
Process Server Safety