CORE COMPETENCIES REVISION PROJECT
The National Association for Court Management has embarked on a long-term project to update its Core Competencies. These 10 Core Competencies, as identified by NACM, are areas in which court administration professionals should have acceptable levels of knowledge, skills, and abilities (KSAs) in order to be successful administrators.
NACM 2010 – 2015 NATIONAL AGENDA: SIX PRIORITIES
The NACM National Agenda is designed to drive NACM program priorities and improvements in the court management profession over the next five years. As the principal spokes group for the court management profession, NACM has a duty to help chart a course for judicial systems, trial courts and their leadership judges and court managers.
The National Association for Court Management (NACM) exists to advance the effective and efficient administration of justice. NACM provides a robust forum fostering innovative practices and professional development that inspires excellence in its membership, enhances public trust and confidence in our courts, and embraces the fundamental duties and responsibilities inherent in an accountable and independent judicial branch of government. To fulfill its Mission, NACM has developed a strategic plan identifying goals, strategies and action items to fulfill its Mission and meet the Vision set for the Organization.
- Strategic Plan Accomplishments 2012-2013