Abstract: In 2013, Governor Rick Perry signed a bill that transferred responsibility for adult education and literacy (AEL) services from the Texas Education Agency to the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). Since then, the commission has implemented a number of changes to the delivery system for adult education services in Texas, not the least of which was the design of the professional development system. This presentation describes the Training, Resource and Innovation Network (TRAIN Tex), the newly designed professional development system for Texas. TRAIN Tex offers professional development services to a wider network of providers than ever before, including not only AEL grantees, but also non-funded literacy organizations, workforce boards and employers. TRAIN Tex professional development providers include a variety of organizations—the PD Center, community colleges, universities, libraries, community-based organizations, and regional Education Service Centers—all working together in a network aimed at building the capacity of adult education service providers.