Take a Class In Person

If you have been court ordered to take a PERT class, it means, in almost all cases, that you need to attend the class in-person. You will need to select the date and location that you wish to attend, and then sign up for a class.

Visit the Class Schedule page to view or download this year’s schedule of classes.

 

Signing Up:

How To Register Yourself by Telephone for a Class:

  • Visit the Class Schedule page to view or download this year’s schedule of classes
  • Once you know the date and location you want, call PERT at (612) 331-5057

Be sure to provide the following information:

  • Spell your full first name and last name slowly
  • 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 (say this slowly and please repeat it)
 

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:

Some counties and cities that refer to PERT require that the class be taken in person, although they will occasionally allow someone to take the online class instead. Other courts freely allow online. Please contact PERT if you have any questions.