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Introducing the new NACM Core. “ Committed to Excellence ”. Paul DeLosh NACM Board. Why C ore Competencies ?. Describes what court professionals need to know Helps demonstrate capacity within the diverse field of court administration

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Introducing the new nacm core
Introducing the new NACM Core

  • “Committed to Excellence”

  • Paul DeLosh

  • NACM Board


Why c ore competencies
Why Core Competencies?

Describes what court professionalsneed to know

Helps demonstrate capacity within the diverse field of court administration

Promotes excellence in the administration of justice




What we know

A few things have changed in 20 years.

Courts have changed!

What We Know


Nacm s goal
NACM’s GOAL

  • ”Create a Plan for Updating the NACM Core Competencies”

  • Jude Del Preore2010-2011 NACM President


Nacm new core
NACM New Core

  • Responsive to a field that is more professionalized and diverse

  • Updated to take into account the multitude of changes that have occurred in the profession


Contributors

  • Snorri Ogata

  • Terry Curry

  • Lynn Maloy

  • Marcus Reinkensmyer

Contributors

  • Suzanne James

  • Phil Knox

  • Rob Baldwin

  • Dan Hall

  • Mike Bridenback

  • Mark Thompson

  • Terry Nafisi

  • Kate Fogarty

  • David Steelman

  • Peter Coolsen

  • Mike Planet

  • Janet Cornell

  • Norman Meyer

  • Bonnie Hough

Alex Aikman

  • Patti Tobias

  • Chris Davey

  • Ron Bowmaster

  • Mark Weinberg

  • Tim Dibble

  • Mary McQueen

  • Scott Griffith

  • Kevin Bowling

  • Frank Broccolina

  • Richard Wood

  • Mary LaMountain

  • Ed Freeland

  • Jan Bouch

  • Andra Motyka

  • Greg Sattizahn

  • Marla Moore

  • Michael Trickey

  • Gerald Winter

  • Pat Duggan

  • Giuseppe Fazari

  • Todd Nuccio

  • Gordon Griller

  • Frank Hardester

  • Kent Batty

  • Kevin Burke

  • Alan Carlson

  • Zig Pines

  • Pete Kiefer

  • Barry Mahoney

  • Brenda Wagenknetch-Ivy

  • Mark Van Bever


Editing
Editing

  • There would be plenty of that to go around.


Original core

Original Core

  • Knowledge: a body of information applied directly to the performance of a function

  • Skills: observable competence to perform a learned act

  • Abilities: competence to perform an observable behavior or a behavior that results in an observable product

  • Relevance: a brief description of what the competency is and the areas of court management that it addresses

  • Application: the key elements of the competency and specific descriptions of how an individual should be able to apply their knowledge effectively

  • Related competencies: links to other competencies in the Core that cover similar areas





Styling the site
Styling the Site

  • Applying the new identity.


What s next
What’s Next?

Complete Content and Documentation

Newsletter subscription

Webinar

NACM Guide

Curriculum Development

- Analysis of ICM/MSU curriculum relative to new Core

Spread the Word


Nacmnet org

nacmnet.org

paul@nacmnet.org


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