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The objective of the Certified Court Manager (CCM) and Certified Court Executive (CCE) programs is to educate court managers in the core competencies of court administration.
Beginning in 2011, those who obtain CCM and CCE certification will be educated in all of the core competencies recognized by the National Association for Court Management. The NACM model is a summation of the knowledge, skills, and abilities court professionals must have in order to be effective managers and dynamic leaders.
The courses constituting each certification program are listed below. Participants must achieve CCM status prior to completing CCE coursework. Please note that certification requirements may change in future years as ICM restructures its curriculum.
Certified Court Manager (CCM) Court Performance Standards: CourToolsFundamental Issues of Caseflow ManagementManaging Court Financial ResourcesManaging Human ResourcesManaging Technology Projects & Technology ResourcesPurposes & Responsibilities of Courts
Certified Court Executive (CCE)Court Community CommunicationEducation, Training & DevelopmentEssential ComponentsHigh Performance CourtsLeadershipVisioning & Strategic Planning
Certification candidates may take courses as National Programs, as part of an ICM partnership, and/or as part of the ICM Consortium. Participants may contact their state Administrative Office of the Courts to learn if their state is part of the Consortium. Some courses are also available in a distance learning environment. Beginning in 2011, those interested in the CCE program will also have the option of completing certification requirements by gaining entry into the ICM Fellows Program (application required). Fellows Program candidates will earn credit for the six required courses during the ICM Fellows Program CCE Phase held in June at NCSC Headquarters.
It is ICM's policy that participants seeking program certification from ICM complete their course of study within a 7-year timeframe for each of the following two levels of certification -- CMP Level One CCM and CMP Level Two CCE.