Educational Development 2018

Price: $200.00
3/13/2018 8:00 AM - 3/13/2018 5:00 PM, 1 days
Williamsburg, VA
Class status:

 Certification Eligibility:   This course meets a requirement for Level II of the Certified Court Executive Program (CCE)


Educating, training, and developing court staff is crucial to the judicial branch and to each local court, not only to promote effective operations in the near term, but also to foster continual improvement in the future. Judicial education has been in place and has evolved over the years however, court staff education is a more recent area of concern and concentration in the courts. New employees must learn how to perform their work existing employees must learn to implement new processes and procedures and all must learn the most effective ways to serve the public. High-quality employees need opportunities to prepare for more complex work and increased responsibility in the court. Every manager has a responsibility for the education, training, and development of employees in their courts.

Participants in this course will learn the fundamentals of adult education and instructional design as well as different approaches to developing employees. The courts’ unique educational environment will be explored and participants will learn how to approach education not only for the purpose of effectively performing daily work, but also as a key factor in achieving their court’s mission or strategic plan. In addition, participants will assess ways to support education using existing resources and learn how to seek new resources when necessary. Throughout the course, participants will assess the current status of educational efforts at their own courts and make improvement plans where needed.

Course Number:  ICM18N-ED

We recommend participants register early to avoid being placed on a waiting list.

Hotel Information:

Participants are responsible for making their own lodging and travel arrangements. For a list of hotels in the Williamsburg area and transportation services, go here