Take a Class In Person

As of January 27, 2018, if you were court ordered to take a PERT class, it means, in almost all cases, that you can take the class online. Be sure to read the "Need Help?" tab before clicking the "Take a Class Online" button.

Be sure to register and complete the online class 7-10 days before your deadline. There are no longer in-person PERT classes.

 

Signing Up:

How To Register for the Online Class:

  • We highly recommend reading the "Need Help" tab before you click on "Take a Class Online"
  • Register for, and complete the class, 7-10 days before a court hearing or deadline

Provide the following information when you register online:

  • Your full first name and last name, and do not use nicknames
  • Your Date of Birth
  • The county AND city who referred you (for example, Ramsey County-Maplewood, or Dakota County-Burnsville)
  • Please indicate above if you were referred by Project Remand (optional)
  • Your phone number
 

How to Register Yourself by E-Mail for a Class:

  • To view or download this year’s schedule of classes, click here.
  • Send an e-mail director@pertprevention.com

Be sure to provide the following information:

  • Your full first name and last name
  • Your Date of Birth
  • The county AND city who referred you (for example, Ramsey County-Maplewood, or Dakota County-Burnsville)
  • The class and location you want to attend (for example, Stillwater, November 8th)
  • Your phone number
 

Registration Information for Corrections/Probation Staff:

Staff can use one of the forms available on this website and give a copy to the client. Staff can then fax the information to PERT at (612) 412-9330 or send an e-mail to director@pertprevention.com with the following information :

  • The client’s first name, last name, and date of birth.
  • The county/city that you represent (for example, Ramsey County-Maplewood, or Dakota County-Burnsville)
  • The class and location you want the client to attend (for example, Stillwater, November 8th)
  • To whom notification of completion should be sent (often it is the same staff person making the referral)
  • Please provide an e-mail address or fax number.
 
Still not sure? Follow this link to find answers to some common questions.

 

QUESTION:

Why can’t I take the class on-line?

ANSWER:

As of January 27, 2018, almost counties and cities that refer to PERT expect the client to take the class online since there are no longer in-person PERT classes. You can simply sign up to "Take a Class Online." Contact PERT if you have questions.