Certification Programs for Court Managers

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Certification Programs for Court Managers

Courts have an increased 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 courses as a means of investing in your professional development and advancing your career in court management.

Program overview

Since 2011, ICM has offered three levels of certification: the Certified Court Manager (CCM) and the Certified Court Executive (CCE) credentials and the ICM Fellows Program.

Participants are only eligible for CCE certification if they have achieved CCM status.

Those who obtain CCM and CCE certification will be educated in all of the competencies recognized by the National Association for Court Management in the NACM Core, which summarizes the key knowledge, skills, and abilities required of today's court managers.

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ICM Certification Model

The ICM certification model has three levels – Certified Court Manager, Certified Court Executive and ICM Fellows. The CCM  credential requires the completion of six courses and the CCE credential requires CCM certification plus seven additional courses. All ICM courses closely align with the NACM Core.

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