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Who Should Attend?

Public Works professionals
who aspire to move their
careers forward through
an expanded knowledge of
supervision, management
and leadership: crew leaders,
foremen, superintendents,
mid-career managers,
assistant director, directors,
and other emerging leaders.


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Contact Us

PWITX Administrator:
Ines Roach

Email:
PublicWorksInstitute_TX@outlook.com

Phone:
817.500.6952

Address:
PWITX
P.O. Box 886
Kennedale, Texas 76060
Session Dates & Details

Dates and locations subject to change

Session 3: April 19-21, 2017 AUSTIN TEXAS

A waiting list has been started for this course. Please register to be put on the list and we will notify you if there is an opening. Thank you!

Session 4: October 18-20, 2017 SAN ANTONIO TEXAS

A waiting list has been started for this course. Please register to be put on the list and we will notify you if there is an opening. Thank you!

Session 1: April 2018 BRYAN TEXAS

Session 2: October 2018 DALLAS / FORT WORTH TEXAS


Financial Information
  • APWA/TPWA members - $1,988 OR $497 per Session (3 days / 27 hours)
  • Non APWA/TPWA members - $2,138 OR $535 per Session (3 days)
  • Registration cost includes breakfast/lunch, course material and certificate of completion. Students are responsible for lodging, travel to the training site and dinner.
  • Payment for each session will be due upon registration. Students will be sent detailed registration information and further details upon application acceptance to the institute.
  • Scholarships are available through the Chapter and Branches! Please contact your appropriate representative direct.


Attending this course gave me a comprehensive understanding of what it takes to be a leader in the field of Public Works. Having tenured professionals share their experiences, lessons learned and particular insights into specific issues offered an unprecedented advantage to the attendees. Additionally, the unique aspect of sharing individual experiences, problem solving and brainstorming unique situations allowed for an expanding of approaches and developing of relationships with other Public Works professionals from all over the state.

Penny Hornsby
GIS Specialist
Missouri City, TX

Attending the PWITX offering was a great opportunity to network with other Public Works Professionals from around the state, they were from Cities large and small. There was a mix from all levels, Directors to Field Supervisors. We got the chance to "see" how others did it. The instructors were knowledgeable and the topics were taken from real life experiences. I would recommend that anyone who has a chance to attend, do so, it is money well spent!!!

Braxton R. Coles
P.W. Maintenance Manager
City of Houston





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