The required three basic steps for implementing the Framework are:
- Improvement Planning and Implementation
The International Consortium has developed a number of tools and resources to assist court in taking these steps.
Thinking of Implementing the International Framework for Court Excellence? provides an overview of these three steps.
A Model Agenda includes an illustrative agenda and a PowerPoint slide deck for a one-day-and-a-half workshop on the Framework:
Day 1 (Half Day) Unit 1: Introduction to the IFCE
Unit 2: How the IFCE Can Be Used
Unit 3: Court Excellence Self-Assessment Questionnaire
Day 2 (Full Day)
Unit 4: Measuring Court Performance
Unit 5: The Continuous Quality Improvement Cycle
Unit 6: Change Management in the Court Environment
Unit 7: Conclusion and Final Thoughts
Teaching the International Framework for Court Excellence is a “how-to” (“train the trainers”) guide for instructors, facilitators, organizers, and program developers of a one-and-a-half training program on the Framework. It prepares the potential trainers to effectively teach a workshop covering the concepts and tools of the Framework.