Pension Review Board Creates New Website for Minimum Educational Training

The Pension Review Board recently launched a new Minimum Educational Training website, according to a memo the state agency distributed to Texas public pension trustees and administrators on Jan. 9. 

As a result of concerns and ongoing technical problems with the previous educational platform, the PRB has built this new platform to host all the core and continuing education courses created by the PRB. The Texas Pension Review Board oversees all state and local public retirement systems regarding their actuarial soundness.

The PRB's new educational training site can be accessed directly through It can also be accessed through the agency's main website,

The new site has features that allow participants to: 

  • track their progress through a course 
  • see which PRB courses they've completed on the site*, and 
  • view, save, and print completion certificates 

The agency has also created training videos to assist with the transition and help new users create and troubleshoot their accounts. Additionally, the PRB will be hosting virtual office hours every Wednesday for the remainder of January between 2 p.m. CST and 3 p.m. CST. During this time, agency staff will be available to work directly with trustees to assist them with the website. To register for the virtual office hours, click here

The pre-registration link will also be available on the PRB website. 

If any other questions arise, email the PRB directly at [email protected] or call 512-463-1736. 

*Participants will only be able to see the courses they've completed using the new website. Prior course completion will not be reflected on the site, nor will course completions from other entities, such as the Texas Association of Public Employee Pension Systems. Trustees and administrators should continue to report any course completions they receive to the PRB through the PRB-2000 form.


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