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E-Learning: TDCAA – Effective Courtroom Testimony
September 30, 2020 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm CDTFree
This FREE DWI Training on Effective Courtroom Testimony (on-line) is brought to you by the Texas District and County Attorneys Association (TDCAA) Statewide DWI Training in cooperation with the Texas Department of Transportation.
TDCAA is proud to offer 4 hours of TCOLE credit for peace officers who complete this free, high-quality training.
There are two important limitations:
1- Pursuant to TDCAA’s Agreement with TCOLE, this course is limited to the first 750 officers to enroll.
2- All four (4) units and the included 18 video segments must be completed on or before September 30, 2020.
The course is divided into four (4) approximately one-hour units. Those four units are divided into a total of 18 video segments. Each segment is followed by an exam question at the end that must be answered correctly to proceed. Students can proceed from segment to segment at their own pace. All segments, exam questions, and surveys must be completed before TCOLE credit is earned.
This course began in 2004 as a portion of the regional DWI training. It was 25% of the first DWI Summit. It uses two excellent training videos created in 2015. It has been a standalone live regional training for the last five years.
The TCOLE course number is 2057. The course credit is for four (4) hours even if the student spends more time to complete the course. A post course evaluation and confirmation including an attestation and a correct PID is necessary to receive credit.
In addition to this excellent free training, every attendee will be mailed two TDCAA publications: DWI Investigation & Prosecution and Traffic Stops at the completion of the course. These books give attendees resources in many areas not covered by this seminar.”