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Modern methods of court management (the implementation)

Predefined Project no 3: “Modern methods of court management (the implementation)”

Project duration: 1st April, 2014 – 30th April, 2017

Project value: 4 400 000 EUR

Objective of the project:

The objective of the project is to increase competences of the judiciary staff.

Expected outcomes of the project:

  • Improving the competences of judiciary staff and  implementation of a program of continuing education for managing staff in the common courts;
  • Disseminated knowledge about modern strategies and court management techniques (thanks to workshops, trainings, conferences).

The outcome of the project will also be the development of a system and training programmes for common courts managers, including e-learning courses.

Justification for the project:

Proper management of workload (division of tasks), human resources and information and communication skills are the key factor in the proper, efficient and effective functioning of the courts, which is why it is necessary to also increasing of knowledge and competence of common courts in effective and efficient management of it’s units. The common courts, being the target group will benefit from higher qualifications of the managerial staff (presidents and deputy-presidents of courts, heads of divisions, directors and financial managers) and their better preparation for implementation of the undertaken reform.

Main activities of the project:

  • Trainings for court staff, including court presidents, deputy court presidents, heads of divisions, court directors in the field of human recourses management, finance and IT tools in justice;
  • Development and implementation training programs for court managers and e-learning system

Main target group:

Common courts.

Project Promoter:

Department of Courts, Organisation and Judicial Analyses in partnership with Norwegian Courts Administration.

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