Culberson County Commissioner completes Advanced Study of County Government

Culberson County Commissioner Adrian Norman accepts his Commissioners Court Advanced Curriculum Certificate of Achievement from Taylor County Commissioner Chuck Statler, 2019-20 president of the County Judges and Commissioners Association of Texas.
Culberson County Commissioner Adrian Norman accepts his Commissioners Court Advanced Curriculum Certificate of Achievement from Taylor County Commissioner Chuck Statler, 2019-20 president of the County Judges and Commissioners Association of Texas.

Culberson County Commissioner Adrian Norman was honored on Oct. 7 for his completion of a voluntary advanced course on county government titled Commissioners Court Advanced Curriculum.

Norman received a Certificate of Achievement from the County Judges and Commissioners Association of Texas (CJCAT), sponsor of the Commissioners Court Advanced Curriculum Program, at the CJCAT Annual Conference in Abilene conducted Oct. 5-8.

While state law requires 16 hours per year of continuing education for County Commissioners, the Commissioners Court Advanced Curriculum Program provides for certification upon completion of a comprehensive course of study as follows: Phase I Orientation – 16-plus hours; Phase II Basics – 16 hours; Phase III Electives – 32 hours.

The CJCAT, a statewide organization with more than 1,200 active members, promotes the interests of county government and provides the opportunity for statutorily required continuing education.

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