NCBC 2015 GENERAL INFORMATION
Don't miss a single minute of the many exciting things we have planned for all in attendance at this year's conference. IT'S GOING TO BE EPIC!
The Judicial Administration Program at Michigan State University
This program is the first of its kind. It allows students an opportunity to gain academic credentials through participating in MSU online courses or those offered by MSU partner-providers, including NCBC! The Judicial Administration Program is designed to allow students to "start where they are" and build upon their existing professional skills and credentials all the way to an academic degree.
Visit the MSU@NCBC2015 home page to find out more about this unique educational opportunity!
The training for this year’s conference covers a wide variety of topics including technology and innovation, enhancing leadership, personal and court finance, retirement, customer service, communication, time management, human resources, safety and wellness, improving work environment, and personal enrichment. Speakers from the Federal Judicial Center, Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts, FedAdvantage, and several other talented NCBC members are scheduled to facilitate nearly 50 breakout sessions to be offered at this year’s conference. You can even attend any classes designated as "MSU" without charge unless credit is sought from Michigan State University.
A complete list of NCBC 2015 breakout sessions is now available.
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