Course Registration Overview
Registration Information/ Calendar 2022
The Academy's primary responsibility is to its member agencies. Therefore, non-member agencies wishing to make registrations for a school may be placed on a waiting list and enrolled on a space available, first come first served basis after members.
Students may be registered by mail or email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or faxed (757) 595-1801 with the Academy Registrar, between 7:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. At the time of registration student name, last four social security number, course title, and date must be provided. Students will not be registered without this information. All class registrations close five working days prior to the start of the class. If your student cannot attend scheduled training, please notify us as soon as possible. Any open slots available after the closing date for a class will be given to any agency on the waiting list for the class. By following this registration process we can reduce empty seats in the classroom and better serve all our members needs.
There will be a student minimum of 7 for each program. If there are not 7 students registered for a program a week before the program is to start, the program may be cancelled.
Holidays/No Classes for Students
|January 17, 2022||October 10, 2022|
|February 21, 2022||November 8, 2022|
|May 30, 2022||November 11, 2021|
|June 20, 2022||November 23, 2022 (1/2 day)|
|July 4, 2022||November 24-25, 2022|
|September 5, 2022||December 23, 2022|
|December 26, 2022|
In-Service School Student
All classes are conducted from 7:00 AM – 3:45 PM daily unless otherwise noted.
Students are required to attend the entire class for in-service credit. If the student leaves campus, they must notify the Compliance manager for HRCJTA and their respective agency. The HRCJTA does not approve any time off.
The HRCJTA is a smoke-free facility.
Students are encouraged to have an open dialogue with instructors, instructors are required to act in a courteous, professional manner, and students and instructors held to higher standard.
Beverages and snacks are allowed in in-service rooms; the students are required to clean up after themselves.
Firearms & other weapons are allowed during classroom-style training but are prohibited during any and all practical training.
Students are required to report any injuries, which occur during training to HRCJTA staff.
Students attending in-service and specialized courses shall wear departmental uniforms or, at their
option, civilian attire. Uniforms shall conform to departmental policies. Civilian attire, if worn,
must conform to standard departmental policies.
Shorts, tank tops, muscle t-shirts, midriff shirts, sleeveless shirts, blue jeans, and clothing that displays any profane, vulgar, or abusive language or artwork are prohibited. Students are encouraged to follow their agency policy on dress while at a training assignment. Remember you are at work, although off-site.