The Indiana Judicial Center provides training opportunities for Problem-Solving Court staff at various times during the year. The calendars and training registration information is located on the court services calendar. There are different requirements for the various trainings to be eligible to attend.
Staff Orientation is required by all Coordinators and case managers within one (1) year of hire. This training includes an overview of Problem-Solving Courts including the applicable administrative Rules and statutes, confidentiality, ethics, drug testing, case management, and the principles of effective interventions.
New Coordinator Orientation is open to all Problem-Solving Court Coordinators and supervisors. This training focuses on the coordinator responsibilities as outlines in the applicable administrative Rules and statues, policies and procedures, recertification procedures, and goals and objectives for the program.
Court Services Conference is available to team members of certified problem-solving courts or problem-solving courts in the planning stages.
Save the date for the Court Services Conference for certified Court Alcohol and Drug Programs and Problem-Solving Courts, which will be held at the Indiana Convention Center in downtown Indianapolis. A block of rooms has been reserved at the Crowne Plaza at 123 West Louisiana Street, Indianapolis. Registration will open June 1, 2016.
To view upcoming training, go to the Court Services Calendar.
Please contact the IJC office for questions or additional information on training and education.