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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

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

Bob Wessels

  • 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

New 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

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NACM Guide

Curriculum Development

- Analysis of ICM/MSU curriculum relative to new Core

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