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Judiciary’s Principles of Municipal Court Administration Program Open for Public Enrollment

The 11-week Principles of Municipal Court Administration program course starts at Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg on Sept. 14


The New Jersey Judiciary has partnered with Raritan Valley Community College in Branchburg to offer classes to members of the public seeking careers in municipal court administration.

The 11-week Principles of Municipal Court Administration (POMCA) program course starts at the college Sept. 14 for individuals who are interested in working towards a certification necessary for certain municipal court administrative positions.

Previously open only to Judiciary employees, this class was first offered to the public in the spring of 2019. Another offering is now available in fall 2020.

The program will give prospective municipal court employees an understanding of Judiciary policies and basic municipal court procedures, including case processing, case management and financial fundamentals in order to prepare them for career opportunities.

Registration is now open. The cost for the class, which meets once a week, is $830. Additional information is available on the RVCC website.

Contact Ellen Marinaccio at 908-332-7700, ext. 13230 for additional information

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