Accepted participants may apply for several scholarship opportunities to support their participation in the ICM Fellows Program. NACM offers two scholarships - the NACM-ICM Scholarship and the Edward C. Gallas Award, given in honor of Ed Gallas, a court-management pioneer. Participants may also apply for the Joan K. Cochet Memorial Scholarship, given in memory of NCSC’s Library Resource Manager. Read more »
Courts have a continuing need for employees to acquire knowledge and to develop their skills and abilities to assist in meeting organizational goals and objectives. The National Center for State Courts' Institute for Court Management invites you to consider our certification programs as a means of investing in professional development and advancing careers in court management.
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The new ICM LearnUpon LMS is a dynamic Learning Management System that allows users to self-register for courses, integrates instructor-led training, offers customizable learning paths and provides content sequencing. It incorporates a clean and clear storefront feature minimizing any confusion as a learner is easily passed through to the course dashboard.
The minimalistic dashboard facilitates course access and communication between instructor and classmates. A course progress bar will appear for each course and serve as a visual que for learners to chart their accomplishments.
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Want to become an ICM Fellow? The Class of 2018 will begin its coursework in January 2017. If you are interested in joining the class, please contact Amy McDowell for additional information. The only professional leadership program of its kind in the United States, the Fellows Program traces its history to Chief Justice Warren E. Burger's call for improved management of court administration. Since 1970, over 1,200 court leaders have become ICM Fellows.
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All six core Court Manager certification courses are available online. This includes a new course, “Purposes and Responsibilities of Courts.”
For a complete list of all our online and in-person courses, please visit our course calendar page for more information.
The Federal Court Interpreter Certification Examination program (FCICE) defines criteria for certifying interpreters qualified to interpret in federal courts, culminating in a two-phase examination process.
The Consortium for Language Access in the Courts helps state court interpreters promote equal access to justice by eliminating language barriers for persons with limited English proficiency.
Court community jobs
The jobs listed here are NOT current job openings. The job description database postings are compiled to serve as models for use by the court community, human resources officers and the resume-writing public.
The Institute for Court Management provides full-service production capability to create video components of online courses, develop interactive DVDs and deliver Web streaming content. ICM has the experience to take care of all the important details.