Every organization including the courts is concerned about the trends of retirements among their long term employees. What better way to prepare yourself for these future opportunities than enrolling in additional education to sharpen and/or develop your skills and talents. With new skills and talents to brave the new opportunities you will be better prepared and confident when you propel yourself into future endeavors. The workforce of the future will require strong ethical leaders while maintaining and growing the skills of others. Through this Leadership Certificate Program you will gain targeted skills and talents that will help you through the future challenges.
This new certificate program is designed for those who may or may not be in a lead and/or leadership role, is interested in working towards that direction or is currently in a leadership role and is looking to strengthen their skills. In many of the courts, it is difficult to obtain leadership classes if you are not already in the position so this new program is designed to fill that gap.
We are very excited to introduce this new Leadership Certificate Program and provide needed training and education to help you build the path to the future with new leadership skills and talents.
The Leadership Certificate Program will take two to three years to complete by attending regularly scheduled CCA events. At each CCA event there will be a Leadership Certificate Program Class. The program includes the following classes (all classes are full day classes):
Applying to the program:
The objective of this Leadership Certificate Program is to ensure that you will gain meaningful skills and talents that can be applied in a lead and/or leadership role.
CCA’s goal is to provide its members with appropriate training and education that will assist them in gaining new skills and talents to step into a future leadership role.
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As a participant of the Leadership Certificate Program you will be required to attend and maintain the following requirements:
How may we assist you?
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