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Court Staff Education

The Indiana Office of Court Services (IOCS) launched the court employee training program in the spring of 2008.  The following year, IOCS offered over 1000 programs to judicial branch personnel, including trial court staff, Supreme Court agency employees, elected clerks, and clerk staff.  Program delivery included state-wide conferences, district and county seminars, in-house programs, and internet webinars. Educational content continues to expand on the Indiana Courts Education Network (ICEN) to meet the expedient training needs of all court employees.

Access the virtual training library and resources on the Indiana Courts Education Network here, or request an account by completing the Education Network Account Request Form.  Please email education@courts.in.gov with any questions related to the ICEN or creating an ICEN account.

Calendar of Events

DateEventLocation
July 12Trial Court & Clerk Employee ConferenceIndianapolis

Trial Court & Clerk Conference Materials

JLAP Fact Sheet

Caseflow Management Handout

Caseflow Management PowerPoint

HPCF 3 Panel Foldout

Lesson Learned from the Pandemic

Practical Resilience for Right Now

Reality of Access PowerPoint

Self-care Inventory

Self-care Strategies for Resilience

The High Perf Challenge part 1

The High Perf Challenge part 2

The High Perf Challenge part 3

What is a  Court Administrator?

Court Technology

Ethics for Court and Clerk Staff

Problem-Solving Courts

Recent Legislation

Contact Information

Indiana Office of Court Services
251 N. Illinois Street, Suite 800
Indianapolis, IN 46204
317-232-1313

Vicki L. Davis

Deputy Director, Education Division
vicki.davis@courts.in.gov

Kristyn Hill

Learning Consultant
kristyn.hill@courts.in.gov

Mary Mitchell

Learning Consultant 
mary.mitchell@courts.in.gov


Disclaimer

The Indiana Office of Court Services does not provide legal research, legal advice, or legal services to the public and does not have access to individual court records. Information on this website should not be construed or interpreted as such.

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