Welcome to the Distance Education Program (DEP) online training portal. This portal enables Nevada State Trial Court judges, quasi-judicial officers and court personnel and, in some cases, certain court stakeholders, to quickly and easily participate in online self-paced training.

These trainings exist on an internal server and are for Registered Users only. External and non-DEP users will not be able to access these trainings. If you are a returning user, click here. If you are a new user, click here.

These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Nevada Appellate Courts, the Administrative Office of the Courts, or Judicial Education nor provide any warranties as to the currency and accuracy of the information in these works. Users are reminded to check the subsequent changes to rules of court and statutes cited in the works before relying on them.

These resources are provided for the personal non-commercial use of judicial officers and court employees and may not be used for any other purpose without the written permission of Judicial Education.


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New Webcast! JCSN Court Administration Committee Legislative Review 2017
by Evie Lancaster - Friday, 23 June 2017, 4:59 PM

During this training, faculty discuss 2017 legislative changes that impacts Nevada court administration. Go to "Course Categories" under the left-hand menus and select your respective discipline for more information.

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New Webcast! Show Me the Money: Grant Writing Tips and Tricks
by Evie Lancaster - Friday, 8 July 2016, 12:11 PM

Grant writing is an art form and, often, a significant source of frustration for grant applicants. In this on-demand video, AOC staff provide an overview of the AOC's Grant Program and offer suggestions for writing and submitting successful grant applications. (more...)

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New Course! Nevada/New Mexico Language Access Basic Training
by Evie Lancaster - Thursday, 2 July 2015, 4:35 PM

The Nevada Supreme Court, Administrative Office of the Courts has partnered with the New Mexico Language Access Center to offer this self-paced online course. The purpose of the course is to ensure that all court employees have a basic understanding of their ethical and legal obligations, as well as current best practices in serving limited English proficient and non-English speaking individuals.