This training is offered by the Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) and is co-hosted by the Nevada Supreme Court.

Course Description: In this training, Dr. McIntosh draws on her extensive experience to talk about how we can improve our time management, meet deadlines, and decrease stress. Expect to learn and laugh during this fast-paced, content-rich webinar, and rest assured that it will be well worth your time and you'll be glad you attended.

Faculty: Meggin McIntosh, PhD, Emphasis on Excellence, Inc. 

Continuing Education Credit: None

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This training is offered by the Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) and is co-hosted by the Nevada Supreme Court.

Course Description:

Faculty: Kelly Tait, University of Nevada, Reno and KT Consulting

Continuing Education Credit: None

Course Effective Date: January 16, 2014

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This training is offered by the Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) and is co-hosted by the Nevada Supreme Court.

Course Description: Ms. Bullard will discuss various methods that build your confidence to address disruptive employees' behaviors. She will explore how to keep your emotions in check when dealing with difficult employees, as well as how to control the situation and gain employees' concurrences with recommended corrective actions.

Faculty: Elizabeth Bullard, Staff Development Administrator, Colorado State Court Administrator's Office

Continuing Education Credit: None

Course Effective Date: October 22, 2015

These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, 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.

This free course is offered by the National Center for State Courts.

This self-paced course is designed for new supervisors who want to learn how to become effective managers. Dan Straub takes you step-by-step through a process leading to a foundation of principles that guide you to become effective in your new management role doing "categorically different work.” The course covers topics such as:

  • The Big Picture
  • The Task
  • Effective Communication
  • People Problems and Problem People
  • Building Teams and
  • Managing Performance

    Each course module contains media presentations readings and selfassessment questions. This course is designed for just those people who otherwise would not get training in this business of management but yet are required to do it effectively.

    Participants have access to the course materials for three months from the date of registration.

    For more information go to http://www.ncsc.org/Education-and-Careers/ICM-Courses/Free-Resources.aspx.

    These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, 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.


    This training is offered by the Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) and is co-hosted by the Nevada Supreme Court.

    Course Description: In this training, Mr. Scott Sosebee presents and discusses methods to easily access and understand court data to improve court efficiencies, as well as explains how data can be used to assist with operational needs. Mr. Hans Jessup and Ms. Rebecca Edwards presents on currently available data reports, the upcoming JWorks case management system, and future reporting functions.

    Faculty:
    Mr. Scott Sosebee, Assistant Court Administrator, Reno Justice Court
    Mr. Hans Jessup, Lead Court Research Analyst
    Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts
    Ms. Rebecca Edwards, Business Systems Analyst III, Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts

    Continuing Education Credit: None

    These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, 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.


    This training is offered by the Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) and is co-hosted by the Nevada Supreme Court.

    Course Description: As the third branch of government, the judiciary impacts on the lives of individuals in profound ways. This power to influence lives attracts the attention of print, broadcast and social media. This interest can cause conflicts between the demands of the media and the responsibility of the court to fairly adjudicate cases. Learning how to balance the needs of the media with the needs of the judiciary can improve the entire experience, generate positive goodwill, and develop an understanding between the courts and the media.

    Faculty: Michael Sommermeyer, Supreme Court of Nevada, Administrative Office of the Courts

    Continuing Education Credit: 1.5 CLE/CJE NOTE: CLE credit for this course is approved through December 31, 2018 and will then be stale dated.

    These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, 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.

    This training is offered by the Nevada Association of Court Executives (NACE) and is co-hosted by the Nevada Supreme Court.

    Course Description: Integrity. Trustworthiness. Honesty. Accountability. Ethics. Self-Awareness. All are essential attributes for court leaders in every court. But how do leaders effectively demonstrate these traits and create a court where employees feel valued, safe, productive and happy?

    Judge Kevin Burke, Hennepin County District Court, Minneapolis, MN, will provide guidelines on how to build trust, listen effectively, and encourage crucial conversations - all necessary ingredients for creating effective courts. In addition to demonstrating these attributes within the court, court leaders will learn how to integrate these skills in their relationships with their counterparts outside the courts.

    Continuing Eduation Credit: No CLE accreditation.

    These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, 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.

    This new and free online course is offered by the National Center for State Courts (NCSC). This course is designed for judges and explores the dynamics of elder abuse. Using interactive web-based delivery methods, “Justice Responses to Elder Abuse” offers a wide array of information and resources including the tools needed to identify abuse and to develop effective responses and the latest research on aging issues, including physical, cognitive, and emotional changes that increase an older person’s vulnerability to abuse. For more information go to http://www.ncsc.org/Education-and-Careers/ICM-Courses/Free-Resources.aspx.

    These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, 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.

    This new and free online course is offered by American Judges Association Education. This course explores the unique dynamics of domestic violence, including assessing lethality and dangerousness, custody and protective orders, special evidentiary issues, and effective sentencing. To view this course go to https://education.amjudges.org/.

    These resources do not necessarily reflect the views of the Supreme Court of Nevada, 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.